Creamy Strawberry Mango Smoothie – Without Yogurt

Strawberry Mango Smoothie Recipe

 
If you don’t like yogurt, but want a tasty, Creamy Strawberry Mango Smoothie, this recipe will fit the bill.

We’ve substituted milk for the yogurt in this smoothie. We’re using the frozen strawberries instead of the yogurt, to thicken the smoothie.

If you want a little more creaminess, pour in a couple teaspoons of coffee creamer, sit back and sip.
 

Creamy Strawberry Mango Smoothie Recipe
Recipe type: Fruit Smoothie
Serves: 2
 
The sweet, juicy taste of mangoes in this Strawberry Mango Smoothie combine with the colorful sweetness of strawberries.
Ingredients
  • 5 strawberries, frozen
  • ⅓ cup diced mango
  • 1 cup milk
Instructions
  1. Pour milk in to a blender
  2. Add mango
  3. Cover and blend on medium speed
  4. Feed frozen strawberries through opening in cover
  5. Blend on high speed until smooth

 

Strawberry Mango Smoothie Ingredients

 
Strawberry Mango SmoothieStrawberries are sweet as well as healthy. Whether frozen or fresh, they make your smoothie tasty and colorful. Remove the green tops if you are using fresh strawberries in your smoothie.
Strawberries provide vitamin C, flavonoids, iron and potassium to your diet.
Strawberries also contain cancer-fighting properties, so smoothie up!

 
 
MangoMangoes are a tropical fruit. Like most tropical fruits, mangoes are sweet, juicy and full of flavor.
Packed with antioxidants, mangoes also contain healthy amounts of vitamins A, C and E. These all help make a mango a good cancer fighting fruit.
Mangoes are also a great source of fiber. At the same time, they are low in calories and carbohydrates.
If you can’t find fresh mangoes at your local supermarket, you can usually find them in the canned or freezer sections.
 
Milk for Mango Strawberry SmoothieMilk is a great source of casein and whey proteins. It also adds vitamin D, calcium and riboflavin to your smoothie.
You can use whole milk, or substitute 2% or 1% milk to reduce the fat in your smoothie.
Other options for milk include goat’s milk, soy milk, almond milk, coconut milk and rice milk.

 
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Best,

Smoothie Guy

PS: If you love making smoothies, I have to recommend that you pick up a copy of The Ultimate Smoothie Book: 130 Delicious Recipes for Blender Drinks, Frozen Desserts, Shakes, and More! It’s packed full of information and lots of recipes.

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