June 17, 2024

Mango Smoothie: Delicious and Healthy

I hope this mango smoothie recipe will be a delicious treat for everyone! 🙂

Mango Smoothie recipe

The days are very hot. A cold drink is always a good treat to quench the thirst. These days we can see fresh mangoes in the market. Usually, I like honey mangoes due to their delicious and irresistible taste. It seems like mango season. Then why don’t we eat and drink more fresh mangoes? I started making mango drinks. 🙂 This is one of the mango recipes during this mango season and such drinks are a great treat to beat the heat! This is how I make a Mango smoothie!

Mango recipe

Before reading the below recipe, check these tips on making your own smoothie. There you will find some helpful tips on making delicious smoothies.

Mango Smoothie Recipe


2 ripe mangoes

1 banana

1 cup yogurt

1 cup fresh milk

water as required


Peel the skin of banana and mangoes. Dice into small cubes.

Add mangoes and banana to a blender. Add yogurt on top of it. Add some water and blend until smooth.

Finally, add fresh milk and stir.

Add more water until you get the required consistency.

Check the taste and add a sweetener if required. I usually don’t add any sweetener because the honey mangoes are really sweet.

Keep in refrigerator for few minutes.

The mango smoothie is ready to serve. 🙂

Mango Smoothie recipe

Do you like drinking mango smoothie? Or what other fruits do you like in your smoothie? Please share your thoughts.

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Amila Gamage Wickramarachchi

Amila Gamage Wickramarachchi is the founder of this blog. She shares her parenting and lifestyle experiences of raising a child in Singapore.

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18 thoughts on “Mango Smoothie: Delicious and Healthy

  1. Your mango smoothie sounds delicious. I love mango but never thought to buy it for a smoothie. We usually use strawberries. Mango is expensive here in the States. Next time I think about it, I will try some in a smoothie.
    Happy Tea Day,

  2. This sounds wonderful Amila. I’m going to save this recipe if you don’t mind because as it heats up here, I think would make a great breakfast drink. Thanks for sharing. And have a wonderful T day and week ahead. hugs-Erika

  3. Your mango smoothie looks and sounds delicious-perfect for a hot day. Thank you much for sharing your recipe with us-Happy T and rest of your week Kathy

  4. Your smoothie looks delicious, my husbands uses strawberries with his banana and yoghurt as we grow them and can’t eat them fast enough.
    Happy T Day
    Jan S

  5. Your mango smoothie recipe is delicious. I love the mango but never buy it for smoothie. It’s a good recipe for healthy summer.

  6. Wow. Gotta love the mango smoothie and the recipe, Amila. So nice of you to share both for T this Tuesday. I haven’t had a smoothie since I was in California several years ago. I dedicated my blender to making paper.

  7. Thanks for sharing that fab recipe. It sounds really delicious. I’ll definitely try it when the mangoes become a bit more affordable here.
    Happy T-Day,

  8. Your mango smoothie sounds so good. I like making smoothies, but I use frozen fruit so the smoothie is very cold. As we would say in Boston, wicked cold! Happy T Day

  9. I love mango smoothies! When we can get them I cut up and freeze and then pretty much make them the same way! Delicious! Happy T Day.

  10. I put all kinds of things in my smoothies, whatever fruit is in season, often bananas as they are cheap, blueberries too, and I add spinach and kale to mine. Sorry I’m late, having commenting problems with blogger.
    Happy T Day! Elle/EOTC xx

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