Made in minutes, this creamy blueberry mango smoothie combines almond milk, yogurt and sweet frozen fruit. It’s an easy and delicious way to start the day or can be enjoyed as a mid afternoon snack!
So, today I’m sharing the latest that we’ve been enjoying…blueberry mango smoothie!
This past week it’s been so warm (and humid)! Though, after a harsh Newfoundland winter, I’m not complaining about the sunny weather. I’ve got refreshing drinks and smoothies to help out 😉
This fruit smooth is super creamy, a little sweet and simply all kinds of delicious!
It can be enjoyed as an easy start to the day, but out favourite is to enjoy mid afternoon, especially on Saturdays when we’ve been doing odds and ends around the house and need a little afternoon pick-me-up.
Why We Love This Blueberry Mango Smoothie
- Made in less than 5 minutes
- Naturally sweetened
- Gluten free
- Uses frozen fruit so it’s always in season
- Can easily be doubled or reduced to suit
- Make this smoothie vegan by subbing coconut yogurt in for the Greek yogurt
- It’s totally delicious!
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Can I Make This A Non Dairy Smoothie?
Absolutely! Almond milk was used here (which is, of course, non dairy), but you can sub out the Greek yogurt for coconut yogurt or omit, if you like.
More Tips and Variations
You can sub some of the frozen fruit with fresh, but your smoothie will not be as creamy, cold and thick.
Amp things up and make a protein smoothie by adding in some of your favourite protein powder. Vanilla works great here!
Maple syrup was added, but you can omit if you like. Alternatively, you can sweeten with honey.
Top this smoothie with more berries, chia seeds, oats or flax for added nutrition, texture and flavour.
Hope you love this fruity smoothie recipe as much as we do!
Did you make this blueberry mango smoothie? That’s awesome! Love it if you leave a comment and rating below. Many thanks!
Blueberry Mango Smoothie
- 2 cups frozen blueberries
- 1 cup frozen mango chunks
- 2 cups almond milk
- 2 tablespoons Greek yogurt
- 1 to 2 tablespoons maple syrup (or to taste, optional)
- Combine all ingredients together in a blender, cover and blend until smooth. Pour into glasses. Enjoy!
- You can sub some of the frozen fruit with fresh, but your smoothie will not be as creamy, cold and thick.
- Amp things up and make a protein smoothie by adding in some of your favourite protein powder. Vanilla works great here!
- Maple syrup was added here, but you can omit if you like. Alternatively, you can sweeten with honey.
- Top this smoothie with more berries, chia seeds, oats or flax for added nutrition.