Fresh Mango Smoothie from Frozen Mangoes

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Frozen Mangoes make the best fresh tasting smoothies! 

When it comes to the perfect texture of smoothies, frozen fruit is the way to go. Especially frozen mangoes! And especially with kids.  Smoothies made from frozen fruit have:

  • Better texture. It feels more like a slushy or milkshake, rather than watered down.
  • Better taste.  Fruit is able to be frozen at the peak of ripeness, rather than buying fruit that isn’t quite ripe yet.

But what we really like about using frozen mangoes is that fresh mangoes are not that easy to cut and peel! A whole mango, after cut and peeled, usually only has a small amount of flesh left! Yet frozen mangoes are ALL flesh with no cutting necessary.  Smoothie’s aside, even when snacking we prefer frozen  mangoes.  The texture in the mango itself doesn’t feel stringy or mushy. Frozen mangoes are just better!

Frozen fruit is also great for putting smoothie making into a simple and easy breakfast.  We try to keep frozen fruit on hand, just for smoothies! Usually we’ll do it because we got a great deal on fruit.. or because we grew some.  The most common fruits we freeze for easy smoothie making besides mangoes are strawberries, bananas, cherries, and peaches.  We also spend some time making frozen smoothie packs.  The frozen smoothie packs we make include a cube of yogurt to make the smoothie creamier.

Prep ahead mango smoothie

For this recipe, we would make a frozen smoothie bag to pull out later by:

  • Blending 2 cups of Greek yogurt with cinnamon, honey and vanilla.
  • Freezing the 2 yogurt into an ice cube tray.
  • Buying frozen mango cubes.
  • Then assembling with half the yogurt and 1 cup of mangoes in each bag!
Cinnamon mango peach smoothie

If your picky eater is hesitant about trying or eating mangoes, you’ll definitely want to start with frozen mangoes.  They soon might become their favorite fruit.

For more tropical fruit tasting smoothie recipes, try:

cinnamon and frozen mango smoothie

Fresh Mango Smoothie

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Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Fresh Mango Smoothie
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 4


  • 2 cup Greek yogurt, plain
  • 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 2 teaspoon lemon juice
  • 4 cup mango cubes, frozen


  • Add yogurt, cinnamon, honey, vanilla, lemon juice and finally the mango, to a blender. Mix until smooth. Serve.
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Sounds good. Thanks! So, each smoothly has a cup of frozen mangoes and about a cup of the yogurt mixture? Just wanted to double check!