If you’ve been looking for an alternative to your everyday couple of coffee that going to give you a better energy boost in the morning without staining your teeth or giving you “coffee breath”, you’re going to want to check out my recipe for the best strawberry mango smoothie, more smoothie recipes here
, you’ve ever had in your life. Seriously.
This is the kind of strawberry mango smoothie that just might kick you off of every other kind of smoothie out there, giving you all of the energy boosting results you’re looking for bright and early in the morning from fresh fruit as opposed to from caffeine.
Sure, it can be a little bit tough to kick caffeine to the curb, but once you make the switch to this strawberry mango smoothie, you won’t ever have to worry about caffeine headaches, the caffeine crash, or shaky hands from not enough caffeine ever again.
Let’s jump right in!
- One cup fat-free milk
- ½ cup vanilla yogurt
- 1 ½ cups fresh or frozen whole strawberries
- One medium-sized mango
- About six ice cubes
- Just a pinch of sugar
The first thing that you’re going to need to do is peel your mango and then start chopping it up.
Mangoes are pretty easy to find almost all year round nowadays, though the very best mangoes are always going to be delivered right towards the middle of the summer. If you’re in a pinch, frozen mango chunks will usually do the job almost as well, but really shoot for the “real deal” as they are going to taste fresher and brighter than the other ones would.
After you have peeled and chopped up your mango (don’t worry about getting fancy, just worry about getting the mango into small enough chunks to fit in the blender), you can add it along with everything else into a large mixing bowl.
Make sure that the sugar is completely mixed around, and then dump the concoction into your blender. Cover, crank up the speed to about medium until everything is nicely diced up, and then slowly move the speeds up to the highest level so that you have a perfectly smooth smoothie to sit back and enjoy. Here I explain why I bought a professional blender and what other blenders I recommend for a perfect smoothie.
There are a lot of health boosting properties that this particular strawberry mango smoothie brings to the table, but it tastes so good that most people wouldn’t even recognize it as “health food”! More strawberry smoothies here, and other fruit smoothies.
- Calories: 191
- Protein: 4g
- Carbohydrate: 49.3g
- Fat: 1 g
- Fiber: 2.2g