Mangoes are a big hit during summer. They are sweet, juicy, and so refreshing. This smoothie is really simple and only has 5 ingredients that you probably already have in your pantry.
You can have a delicious and refreshing drink in 5 minutes. This smoothie is perfect for summer get-togethers with friends and family.
• 1 ripe mango
• Half a cup of orange juice
• 1 tbsp of honey
• 1 cup of low-fat yogurt
• Handful of ice
This recipe takes about 5 minutes to make. Serves 2.
Cut the mango on both sides of the seed.
Scoop out the flesh and place it in a blender.
Place orange juice, honey, and yogurt into the blender with the mango.
Pulse the mixture until smooth.
Throw in some ice into the blender and pulse until crushed.
Ideas And Tips:
• Mangoes are rich in vitamin C and folate. These juicy fruits are considered the national fruit of India, Pakistan, and the Philippines. Aside from the mango fruit, the leaves of the mango tree are used in traditional medicine in South Asia.
• Another way to produce a cold smoothie is by freezing your mango. Make sure you remove the seeds and only freeze the flesh part. You don’t need to add ice to your smoothie by doing this.
• You can also use mango juice for this recipe.
• You can also add more fruits to this smoothie recipe like bananas and oranges.
• By placing this smoothie in the freezer, you can turn it into ice cream.
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