This super creamy and dreamy mango pineapple smoothie is the perfect fruity drink! With just four ingredients, this drink is easy, quick, and oh-so-refreshing.
Why This Smoothie Is So Good
- This smoothie is so rich and creamy, fruity without being too sweet, and the perfect way to wake up your tastebuds in the morning or for an afternoon pick-me-up.
- Super easy and only a few quick steps, this recipe is perfect to throw together when you’re in a rush or still half asleep.
- Four simple ingredients make this recipe easy on your budget, too!
How To Make It
- Freeze cubed mango and pineapple. Remove from the freezer right before making.
- Place all ingredients in blender and blend until smooth.
- You can use either fresh or pre-frozen fruit for this recipe. We chopped up fresh mango and pineapple, put the slices in a plastic sandwich bag, and froze overnight prior to making.
- If you prefer fruity over thick, you can sub the almond milk and yogurt with 1 1/2 cup orange juice.
- To make your smoothie a bit sweeter, add 2 tablespoons of maple syrup to your ingredients.
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- Strawberries and Cream Smoothie
- 1 cup mango cubed
- 1 cup pineapple cubed
- 1 1/4 cup almond milk
- 1/4 cup greek yogurt plain or vanilla
- Freeze fruit prior to making.
- Place all ingredients in blender. Blend until smooth.
- Fruit: You can use either fresh or pre-frozen fruit for this recipe. We chopped up fresh mango and pineapple, put the slices in a plastic sandwich bag, and froze overnight prior to making.
- For a fruiter, thinner smoothie: Sub almond milk and yogurt with 1 1/2 cup orange juice.
- For sweeter smoothie: Add 2 tablespoons maple syrup.
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