4-Ingredient Mango Banana Smoothie

How to Make a Mango Smoothie with Banana, Yogurt & Milk

Whip up this mango banana smoothie for a deliciously easy, creamy, tropical treat! Made with fresh, ripe mango and banana, you don’t even need any added sugar. I’ll show you how to make a mango smoothie with banana, yogurt, and milk for a quick, sippable snack in minutes.

If you love a simple yet sweet, thick, luscious smoothie, this mango smoothie recipe is worth giving a whirl. The frozen banana and yogurt create an irresistibly creamy texture, while the fruit itself provides all-natural sweetness. And you only need 4 ingredients to make it! Perfect for a snack, as part of an on-the-go breakfast, or served as a smoothie bowl with your favorite toppings.

Mango Banana Smoothie Recipe

Mango Banana Smoothie Ingredients

  • Banana, frozen
  • Mango, fresh or frozen
  • Yogurt of choice
  • Milk of choice

Substitution Notes

  • Fresh vs. Frozen Fruit: You can use fresh mango or frozen mango to make this banana mango smoothie recipe—both turn out delicious! But, I do recommend using a frozen banana to give this smoothie its lusciously thick texture. (Fresh banana will still work just fine, it just won’t be as thick and creamy.)
  • Yogurt: Dairy or nondairy, use whichever type of yogurt suits your lifestyle! Sometimes I like to use a Greek yogurt for added protein, but you can also use regular yogurt, Icelandic Skyr, soy or coconut milk yogurt, almond or cashew milk yogurt—anything you like.
  • Milk: Use whatever milk you prefer—dairy or nondairy; whole, skim, or reduced fat. Personally, I love coconut milk in this healthy mango smoothie because it add some nutritious dietary fat and even more tropical flair! Almond, cashew, oat, soy, rice, or any other nondairy milk can work as well.

What fruit pairs well with mango?

Mangos have a sweet, syrupy, tropical flavor that pairs well with just about anything! If you’re looking for other fruits to add to this mango banana smoothie recipe, try some of these:

  • Tropical Fruits: pineapple, kiwi, fresh coconut
  • Berries: strawberries, blueberries, raspberries
  • Stone Fruits: peaches, nectarines, cherries
  • Pome Fruits: red or green apples, pears
  • Citrus Fruits & Juices: orange, lime, grapefruit
Mango Smoothie Recipe
Healthy Breakfast Smoothie

How to Make a Mango Smoothie

Making this smoothie is as simple as: blend and serve! The one make-ahead step would be to break a banana into pieces and freeze it in a freezer-safe bag or container, so it’s ready when you want to blend it up. With its thick, creamy texture, this mango banana smoothie is best enjoyed fresh! This recipe yields either 2 smaller servings (10oz each) or 1 larger smoothie (20oz).

Mango Smoothie Bowl Ideas

The beauty of a thick smoothie like this is it’s also perfect for a smoothie bowl. If you’ve never tried it, turning this into a mango smoothie bowl entails just pouring the mixture into a bowl, adding toppings, and serving with a spoon! That luscious, creamy texture is deliciously spoonable, and toppings give you a chance to add new flavors, texture, and nutrients to make this a meal.

Topping Ideas:

  • Sliced fresh fruit or berries
  • Granola, cereal, toasted coconut
  • Chia seeds, hemp seeds, flax meal
  • Sliced or chopped nuts
  • Chocolate chips or cacao nibs
  • Nut butter or seed butter, drizzled
How to Make a Mango Banana Smoothie
Mango Smoothie Recipe

Mango Banana Smoothie

This mango banana smoothie makes for a deliciously easy, creamy, tropical treat! How to make a mango smoothie with banana, yogurt, and milk.
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Ingredients

  • 1 banana, frozen
  • 1 cup mango, fresh or frozen
  • ½ cup milk of choice
  • ½ cup yogurt of choice

Instructions 

  • Add all ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth. Add additional milk to thin out texture if needed.
  • Serve and enjoy!
  • Yields ~2½ cups (20oz) of mango banana smoothie.
Serving: 10oz, Calories: 140kcal, Carbohydrates: 31g, Protein: 5g, Fat: 1g, Fiber: 3g, Sugar: 23g
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