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Mango Smoothie Bowl

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This creamy and refreshing tropical mango smoothie bowl is the perfect easy breakfast during the warmer months of the year!

It takes just minutes to throw together and tastes like a fruity ice cream topped with more fruit and granola.

Mango smoothie bowl topped with fruit, coconut shreds, and granola, with extra ingredients surrounding the bowl.

Make it for yourself or for you and your kids, enjoy all of the nutrients provided by fruit and feel energized to take on the day with this delicious smoothie bowl!

Ingredients For This Mango Smoothie Bowl

Mango smoothie bowl ingredients laid out on a gray counter.

Almond Milk: We need a little bit of liquid to get this smoothie bowl blended. We prefer almond milk, however you can use whichever non-dairy milk you prefer. You could even use coconut water.

Frozen Banana Slices: Bananas help this smoothie bowl blend and be creamy. If you don’t like bananas in your smoothies, you could potentially sub in more mango in place of the banana.

Frozen Mango Chunks: Mangoes give this smoothie its tropical flavoring (along with the pineapple), and also helps with the creamy aspect of it. This is the main ingredient and shouldn’t be subbed out, unless you want a completely different smoothie bowl.

Frozen Pineapple Chunks:  Pineapple gives this smoothie its tropical flavoring (along with the mango).

Toppings: Use whichever toppings you prefer! We like to add a sliced banana, blueberries, coconut shreds, chia seeds, and some homemade granola on top of our smoothie bowls.

How to Make This Tropical Mango Smoothie Recipe

*Note that these instructions can be printed below.

Step one: Fill the blender with all of the ingredients in order listed and blend for 45-60 seconds, it should be thick.

4 image collage for the process of making the smoothie base of a mango smoothie bowl in a blender.

Step two: Pour into a large bowl and add the toppings in the order listed before enjoying!

4 image collage of smoothing out and topping the mango smoothie bowl with toppings.

Alternative Ways to Make this  Smoothie Bowl

If you don’t have a Vitamix, or blendtec or other high speed blender, feel free to use a food processor to make this smoothie, or another blender if it is powerful enough.

Choose the toppings you prefer and enjoy!

How to Serve This Smoothie Bowl

Serve cold, preferably eat it outside with the sun shining down on you so you can fully enjoy every bite.

Or, if you don’t live where it’s sunny and warm most of the year, enjoy indoors.

How to Store Smoothie Bowls

Unfortunately smoothie bowls do not store well and should be enjoyed ASAP.

If you need to store it, you can store it in the freezer, and then eat it like ice cream. If you plan on thawing it slightly after it’s been stored in the freezer, make sure there are no banana slices left as toppings. Bananas do not thaw well once frozen, and also do not save well.

Smoothie Bowl FAQ’s

  1. My blender won’t blend with all of the ingredients in it, what do I do?
    1. Check if your high speed blender came with a tamper and use that. If it didn’t, stop and unplug your blender (for safety), add more liquid and stir it to get it to the bottom. Plug in and start blending again.
  2. Will this work in a non-high speed blender?
    1. No, you need something strong to blend all of the frozen fruit with a small amount of liquid to get the right consistency for a smoothie bowl. If you don’t have a high speed blender, you could use a food processor instead.
  3. Can I use this recipe for a smoothie instead of a smoothie bowl?
    1. Of course, you just need to add more milk depending on how thick or thin you like your smoothies and use fresh bananas instead of frozen.
  4. Are smoothie bowls actually healthy?
    1.   It depends on what you put in and on them. This smoothie bowl recipe is quite healthy, the only indulgent ingredient might be the granola, depending on if it’s store bought and what’s in it or if you make your own at home.
  5. What makes smoothie bowls thick?
    1. All of the frozen fruit with a small amount of liquid helps make a smoothie bowl thick. 
Spoonful of mango smoothie bowl over the bowl.

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Mango smoothie bowl topped with fruit, coconut shreds, and granola, with extra ingredients surrounding the bowl.

Mango Smoothie Bowl Recipe

Shawna Clapper
This tropical mango pineapple smoothie bowl will make you feel like you’re on a mini tropical vacation, even if it’s just for a few moments! It’s creamy, crunchy, and delicious all at the same time!
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Course Breakfast, Dessert, Snack
Cuisine American
Servings 1 bowl
Calories 597 kcal

Equipment

  • High Speed Blender

Ingredients
  

  • ½ cup Almond Milk
  • 1 cup Frozen Banana Slices
  • 1 cup Frozen Mango Chunks
  • 1 cup Frozen Pineapple Chunks

Toppings

  • 1 Banana sliced
  • 15-20 Small Blueberries or less if large
  • 1 teaspoon Coconut Shreds
  • ½ teaspoon Chia Seeds
  • 1-2 tablespoons Almond Granola

Instructions
 

  • Fill the blender with all of the ingredients in order listed and blend for 45-60 seconds, it should be thick.
  • Pour into a large bowl and add the toppings in the order listed before enjoying!

Notes

Can replace the almond milk with any other type of non-dairy milk.
If you do not have a high speed blender, use a food processor instead.

Nutrition

Calories: 597kcalCarbohydrates: 135gProtein: 9gFat: 8gSaturated Fat: 2gPolyunsaturated Fat: 3gMonounsaturated Fat: 3gSodium: 174mgPotassium: 1638mgFiber: 16gSugar: 94gVitamin A: 2090IUVitamin C: 108mgCalcium: 245mgIron: 2mg
Keyword banana, berries, blueberries, chia, coconut shreds, fruit
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