A healthy mango strawberry banana smoothie made in 5 minutes. With added all-natural peanut butter, a handful of spinach, almond milk and sweetened with a date. This is a vegan and gluten-free smoothie.
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I’m addicted to dairy free smoothies. They are so deliciously easy to digest and make the best on-the-go liquid meal.
What I especially love about this mango banana strawberry peanut butter smoothie is that it is very easy to prepare and keeps me full all morning, a great way to start the day.
Why you’ll love this recipe
- All natural, made with plant milk
- Vegan, gluten free, soy free, dairy free and corn free
- Made in minutes, perfect as a grab-n-go breakfast.
- Adjust the sweetness as you please with no added refined sugar
- Adaptable, you can add or minus ingredients to suit your liking
✔️What You’ll Need
Banana should be ripe and cut into pieces, this helps with blending. 1 small banana is all that is required.
Frozen Mango helps to keep this smoothie thick. I like to use one cup.
Strawberries can be either frozen or fresh. One cup is needed.
Fresh baby spinach leaves one handful is plenty. The more you add the browner the color of your smoothie. This is optional, but I like to have some leafy greens in my smoothies.
Medjool date needs to be pitted prior to adding into the blender. Only one is required, as they do add quite a bit of sweetness. However, you can adjust the amount used to suit your taste.
Peanut butter is great for adding protein. Ensure your peanut butter is 100% peanuts with no added anything - check the label. I like to add one heaping tablespoon, it's so delicious.
Almond milk can be store-bought or homemade. If you’d like to try making your own, here’s a quick video of how to make almond milk.
Some of these ingredients can also be found in this list of easy plant based smoothie recipes.
Step by step guide
Step 1 - Place all the ingredients into a blender and blend for 2 minutes or until smooth.
Step 2 - Pour into a cup and enjoy immediately or take away with you.
A combination of frozen and fresh fruit will help keep this smoothie thick, if you’re using all fresh ingredients, start by adding half of the milk amount and build up the consistency, otherwise it may be too runny.
Any blender will work, however, a high powered blender (affiliate link) is the quickest and will yield a smoother result. If your blender doesn’t have a smoothie setting, just blend until all the contents are blended.
Do not jam the ingredients into the blender, this will sometimes cause the blender to not blend well.
Feel free to adjust the quantities of the ingredients to suit your liking.
The following are suggestions, however, you can adjust/replace/omit any ingredient of this strawberry mango banana smoothie.
Almond milk can be replaced with any type of milk. You can adjust the thickness of this smoothie but adding less or more almond milk.
Maple syrup (or any natural liquid sweetener) can be used rather than medjool dates to sweeten this smoothie.
If you’re into protein or supplement powders, feel free to add a scoop of your preferred flavor.
In case you’d like to load up your strawberry mango banana smoothie with some healthy toppings, here are some suggestions;
Dried berries - goji berries, golden berries or blueberries Dried fruit - sultanas, currants, raisins or figs
Chopped nuts - try adding a small handful of your favorite nuts & seeds such as almonds, brazil nuts, peanuts, pepitas or chia seeds or hemp seeds.
Coconut shavings or chunks.
Mango is a versatile fruit when added to smoothies or salads or in a fruit platter. Mango pairs with most fruits, especially tropical fruits and some fresh herbs such as mint. Think of fruits such as any type of fresh berries, bananas, melons and so much more.
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Or try this homemade easy blueberry milk.
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Mango Strawberry Banana Smoothie
- 1 small Banana cut into pieces
- 1 cup Mango frozen pieces
- 1 cup Strawberries
- 1 tablepsoon Peanut butter all natural
- ¾ cup Almond milk
- 1 handful Baby spinach leaves
- 1 Medjool date pitted
- Place all the ingredients into a blender and blend for 2 minutes or until smooth.1 small Banana, 1 cup Mango, 1 cup Strawberries, 1 tablepsoon Peanut butter, ¾ cup Almond milk, 1 handful Baby spinach leaves, 1 Medjool date
- Pour into a cup and enjoy immediately.
N.B., nutrition info is an estimate based on an online nutrition calculator. This will vary based on the specific ingredients you use.
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