- Dish type
- Mango smoothie
This fruity drink must not be missed by mango lovers. It's creamy, smooth and oh-so-delicious! Mango is blended with yoghurt, vanilla extract, milk and ice.
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- 175ml cold milk
- 4 tablespoons vanilla yoghurt
- 3/4 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 250g chopped fresh mango
- 3 ice cubes
MethodPrep:10min ›Ready in:10min
- Blend the milk, yoghurt, vanilla extract, mango and ice cubes in a liquidiser until smooth and creamy.
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Reviews in English (44)
by M Brown
This is a very good recipe, but I found that two things make it a bit better. 1) If it is a bit tart, adding up to 1 Tblsp of sugar helps. 2) Before adding the ice, if you can refrigerate the mixture overnight, the mango scent and flavor intensify IMMENSELY.-09 Aug 2010
by Sarah Jo
Mango is on sale here this week so I bought quite a bit and we're in danger of losing them. I used buttermilk (use or lose kind of situation--I tried buttermilk in another smoothie recipe and we really liked it--you should try it, too!) and chunked frozen bananas instead of ice cubes instead of ice for added thickness and fruit. I doubled this for my boys and I and it was just enough for all of us. Very tasty!-18 Feb 2011
Great smoothie! What I liked best about this recipe is that it called for less yogurt than most - enough to give it some thickness and creaminess, without giving it that noticeable sour tang. While I did have fresh mango on hand, I decided to use frozen and I'm glad I did - I do notice that using frozen fruit does make a difference in making this super cold and refreshing. While I liked the addition of the vanilla I'll either reduce the amount next time or omit it altogether - there was enough in the vanilla yogurt and I think it may have detracted a bit from the full mango flavor. Also, since I used frozen mango, I think I'll omit the ice cubes next time too - Hubs and I both like our smoothies thick. The slight changes I'd make to this recipe in no way is a criticism of the recipe, but only a matter of personal preference. I loved this nice change from the typical berry smoothie!-27 Jul 2010
Mango Vanilla Smoothie
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A refreshing Mango Vanilla Smoothie is the perfect healthy treat for cooling off in the summer or satisfying indulgent cravings in the winter. If you love mango recipes, this is the perfect healthy smoothie recipe for you!
So, a bit of a confession: I’ve never had an Orange Julius.
There’s no real reason, I’ve just never been tempted by their s style mall kiosks – especially when they stand kitty-corner to caffeinated offerings or my favorite mall treat. However, when I recently served up these Mango Vanilla Smoothies to a friend, she exclaimed it was like drinking a gourmet Orange Julius.
Somewhere between a milkshake and a smoothie, this mango vanilla smoothie is pleasantly sweet without being cloying. It’s thick and creamy with a bright mango flavor and a light vanilla touch.
My daughter has always loved mango, and it’s a more mellow, fruitier option than citrus fruits which can be a bit too acidic in recipes. You could definitely swap guava, peach, cantaloupe or papaya in it’s place.
I love this as a healthier option to ice cream or sorbet and it would be the perfect brunch drink option for the whole family to enjoy. You can also freeze this recipe in popsicle molds for a delicious treat for the kids.
- 1½ cup (360 ml) vanilla soy yogurt, or low-fat vanilla yogurt
- ½ cup (120 ml) water
- 2 (250 g) medium oranges, peeled, halved
- 2 cups (300 g) frozen mango chunks
- 1 cup (130 g) ice cubes
- Place all ingredients into the Vitamix container in the order listed and secure the lid.
- Start the blender on its lowest speed, then quickly increase to its highest speed.
- Blend for 45 seconds or until desired consistency is reached, using the tamper to push ingredients toward the blades.
How To Make Mango Vanilla Cheesecake I Mango Vanilla Cheesecake Recipe:
Once you go through the recipe thoroughly and assemble all the ingredients, making this cheesecake is quite easy.
This cake is also called 'Beyond The Ozone' making it a special dish to be included in party menu to impress your guests. To make this cake, first bake vanilla sponge in an oven. Then make the filling with mango pulp, mascarpone cream cheese, whipped cream and agar agar. Make the cheesecake with cheese cake mix and top it with the prepared layers. Once done, decorate it with yellow chocolate spray and regular chocolate garnish.
Make this summer-special cheesecake with your favourite fruit mango and enjoy!
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- Boil the milk and cool it.
- Wash and peel the mango, cut the mango pulp into small pieces.
- Put the mango pieces in the mixer jar. Also, add sugar and some milk as per your taste and grind the pulp well.
- Blend it properly until no mango pulps left in the jar.
- Your Delicious mango shake is ready.
- You can garnish it with some dry fruits and cherry.
Put the mango shake in the glass and give the cooled Mango Shake to the children and drink it too.
You can (if you want too) add a scoop of mango ice cream or vanilla ice cream in a mango shake, which makes shake even more delicious. You can also add honey, or molasses instead of sugar.
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Reviews ( 14 )
I just made my own version of this. I'm pregnant so I just tweaked it to the fruits I was currently craving. I also used vanilla bean ice cream, but it still tastes just like a smoothie. I used a mix of frozen mango, peaches and pineapples. Also some diced pineapples from the can. 2/3 of 2% milk because seriously! who drinks fat free milk? I didn't use any vanilla extract, but I did use a tablespoon of honey and about 2 scoops of vanilla bean ice cream. I didn't use any bananas either, but it tastes AMAZING. Like I said, still tastes like a smoothie even though I used ice cream. And I can taste all the fruit. Still a healthy choice.
I found that it was a little too sweet and creamy for me. So the second time I used 1% milk and no vanilla. It was great!
This is a very good recipe! I used two mangoes and whole milk. It was delicious, but the banana did overpower the mangoes, even with two mangoes. I would definitely make this again, but with more mangoes or less banana.
Great recipe. Only I used half of banana almond milk instead. Love it!
I liked it very much! I changed 2 ingredients because I'm vegan and I do not eat honey and milk. I mentioned your recipe on my facebook blog. I hope you do not mind. Link: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=144126212456852&l=61409dd99d Regards Sita
Delicious! I would dub this a Banana Pudding Smoothie. You will never believe there is only 1 teaspoon of sweetener (I used agave, not honey), because the ripe mango and banana are so naturally sweet. The perfect consistency, and a great energy boost.
Great texture, though the flavor needed punching up. I doubled the mango, vanilla, and honey and it definitely gave it a stronger flavor. If followed exactly, the original recipe is good though the banana and milk seem to dominate and leave you with a very smooth and creamy smoothie that is somewhat lacking in mango flavor.
I really liked this smoothie. It was amazing!
This smoothie is incredibly delicious! I used frozen mango, left out the milk powder, and used agave syrup instead of honey. I froze the smoothies to eat at work for breakfast--has a consistency like ice cream and is so good! I will definitely make these again.
Absolutely puuuuuuuurfect! Delightfully pleased. :)
This is good! I'm drinking it right now haha. I didn't feel like waiting for the mango to freeze though so I just used fresh mango. Also I didn't do the dry milk boost. But anyway, it's awesome and it filled me up!
- Use ripe, sweet, deep yellow-colored mangoes for a good taste and look.
- I used fresh mangoes, it can be replaced with ready-made/canned mango pulp or frozen mangoes too.
- Freezing the chopped mangoes for 3 to 4 hours makes this drink very creamy. But this step is totally optional.
- Use fibreless mangoes, otherwise strain the puree, and then use it.
- Sugar can be replaced with honey, powdered jaggery, palm sugar, maple syrup, or coconut sugar.
- Adjust sugar accordingly to your taste. If the mangoes, you use are too sweet, skip the sugar completely.
- Try to use yogurt that is fresh and not sour. As sour curd will totally spoil the taste.
- For a super thick, rich, and creamy Mango Lassi Recipe, use full-fat yogurt.
- Vegan Option– use dairy-free yogurt like soy or coconut, milk with vegan milk, and sugar with maple syrup. But remember, coconut yogurt will lend a coconutty taste to the lassi.
- Also, this Mango Lassi Recipe can be flavored with saffron, rose essence, rose water, kewra, or vanilla extract too.
- Serve this lassi as soon as it is made. Though it can be refrigerated for a day, the yogurt will start to change in taste and flavor.
Mango Smoothie Recipe
Mango Smoothie is yet another summer mango drink which uses yogurt and mango slices along with flavored ice cream.
Other smoothies or juices or beverages on the blog include chocolate milkshake, oreo milkshake, cold coffee, strawberry smoothie with yogurt, apple juice, carrot juice, pineapple juice etc.
Smoothies are an amazing way to use fruits and different fruits give different flavors to the drinks.
Here, I have used mangoes to make the mango smoothie and additional ingredients to make the smoothie are yogurt and ice cream of our favorite flavor.
Mangoes in summer bring a smile to everyone's face and everybody is crazy for mangoes during this season. Rather than eating plain mangoes, making use of ripe mangoes in our daily diet during meals in different ways is a great way to serve your loved one's.
Mango has got lots of health benefits as it helps in lowering the cholesterol, improves our eyesight and digestion. It has lots of minerals and vitamins in it which is beneficial for our skin, hair and eyesight.
The fibre content in mangoes helps in preventing constipation too. Mango recipes are a huge hit during summer and I would love to share many more mango recipes as I keep updating.
Raw mangoes too are a great way to use as chutney, or to make rice recipes or as aam panna etc. Similarly, ripe mangoes too are used to make various drinks like shakes, smoothies, juice, ice creams etc.
Mango smoothie is a wonderful summer drink which needs few ingredients like yogurt and ice cream and all together these ingredients need to be blended and serve chilled.
What You Need to Make this Smoothie
Let’s first talk about what you need to make this recipe. I used 310 Organic Vanilla, unsweetened vanilla almond milk, frozen mango, banana, hemp seeds, vanilla extract, and ice.
310 Organic Vanilla
Adding a scoop of 310 Organic Vanilla to any fruit smoothie is my favorite way to achieve a rich and indulgent milkshake flavor. The added boost of sweet vanilla bean truly makes everything taste like a dessert without any artificial flavors or sugar! Not to mention, 310 Organic Vanilla also offers 15g of plant-based proteins from a blend of pumpkin, brown rice, and pea to help you get more protein into your day. It can be hard to find ways to switch up your sources of protein, so blending up a yummy smoothie is a quick-and-easy way to incorporate more of this essential macronutrient into your diet!
310 Organic Vanilla is a must-have for every pantry and here’s a few standout reasons why…
- Made with quality vegan & organic ingredients
- Free from sugar, soy, gluten, dairy, nuts, and GMOs
- Keto & paleo-friendly
- Can be used in oatmeal, chia seed puddings, healthy baked goods, and more!
There are countless ways you can customize this recipe depending on your personal taste preferences and what you have readily available. Below are just a few ingredients you can play with to switch up the flavor!
- Pineapple instead of mango
- Frozen cauliflower rice instead of banana
- Add spinach for a boost of leafy greens
- Chia or flax seed instead of hemp
- Coconut milk instead of almond
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What is Mango Pineapple Smoothie?
A simple and delicious Summer smoothie which has the amazing combination of pineapple and mangoes.
I have also added some banana, that adds to the creamy texture of the same, but you can avoid adding it too.
To make it luscious, I have added honey, milk, yogurt and vanilla extract for some refreshing flavor.
Furthermore, you may throw some orange juice along with a cup coconut milk, mango chunks, ice cubes and greek yogurt to make it more tasteful.
Most importantly, I used peeled and frozen mango, frozen pineapple while making it.
Because, these frozen tropical fruits will make it more creamy, thick, and slurp-worthy.
- Gluten Free
- Quick to make
- Super delicious
Yes, absolutely! Add in whatever fruits you like and have a customized to match your tastes. I can never get enough of the combination of mango and banana together. To be honest, I usually just add whatever fruits I have left over. It saves money and gives me a different combination every time. Here are a few ideas for you to try:
Strawberries – You can never go wrong with adding some berries to this smoothie.
Cherries – Whether you want to toss a few in with the mango or have them as a smoothie by themselves, they are yummy! Try maraschino cherries for a super sweet kick.
Kiwi – By adding kiwi to the smoothie, you’ll feel like you’re on a tropical island.
Pineapple – Adding pineapple is by far my favorite fruit to add with mango. It’s the dream team if you ask me.
Raspberries – They will change the color, but will add a fun sweet/tart flavor.
Blueberries – I think that blueberries were made just for smoothies! Try them out and see.
Papaya – If you haven’t tried some papaya with mango yet, now is the right time. Trust me on this one.
Coconut – Okay, I realize that coconut isn’t necessarily a fruit, but it goes perfectly with mango and banana. You’re going to be addicted to this idea if you love coconut.
Using a sweetener of your choice is optional. You can skip any sweetener at all if you want. It’s totally up to you, and as long as you’re happy, I’ll be happy! Here are a few great options:
Honey – I love the flavor of honey drizzled over Greek yogurt, so it makes sense to add it to this smoothie recipe.
Maple Syrup – Using maple syrup is a wonderful option and adds the right touch of sweetness.
Stevia – Sprinkle in a packet of stevia to help sweeten it up a little bit.
Agave Nectar – Yummy! Adding agave nectar is a pleasant surprise and a perfect complement to the drink.
Yes, this easy recipe is very healthy for you. You’ll get lots of nutrients, and it happens to taste incredible too. Here is a breakdown of the vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants you get when sipping on a smoothie.
Mango – The mango is the star of the show here. There are so many excellent vitamins and minerals you aren’t going to want to skip! Vitamin C, fiber, copper, folate, vitamin B6, vitamin A, potassium, riboflavin, vitamin E, vitamin A, and so much more can be found.
Banana – Sometimes, bananas get a bad rap because they have a lot of sugar, but they are so good for you. You’ll find folate, magnesium, protein, fiber, vitamin C, potassium, and vitamin B6. Eat up because they’re incredible for you.
Greek Yogurt – Protein, probiotics, calcium, and potassium are just a few reasons to munch on Greek yogurt.
Yes, you can add ice, if you want. Keep in mind it will water it down some. I recommend just putting in four or so ice cubes. That way, it’s enough to make it super cold, but not enough to make it over-watery. Try it out and see what the perfect amount is for you.
I find that this smoothie recipe is best if you drink it right away. However, you can make it ahead of time if you want to. Just prepare the smoothie and put it in a jar with a lid or cup and put it in the fridge. It will last around 1-2 days in the refrigerator. Be sure to give it a good shake before drinking and enjoy it! We have also learned how to make smoothies in freezer safe jars to drink later!
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