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How to Make Mango Smoothies


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There are as many different varieties of mangos and just as many ways to make mango smoothies.

We have tried to give you a few in our recipes below.

Facts about Mangos

Mangos can be found growing throughout the tropics from Australia, Asia, Africa to the Caribbean.

Mangos have iron and fructose in them, therefore giving you lots of energy, making a mango smoothie a good drink for anyone who is active.

Some of the popular varieties of mangos are Alphonso, Julie, Bombay, and Ruby mangoes.

juice for energy This is one of my favourite fruits as I have a sweet tooth : however if you eat them under-ripe they can taste a bit acidic.

When buying mangoes inspect them for black blemishes as this could indicate that they are over ripe.

The best test of a mango is its smell which should have a light aroma to it. If you can't find any fresh mangoes then use canned ones.

Mangoes can be frozen as long as you use an airtight container or bag.

Make Mango Smoothie Ice Cubes

Cut the mango in half, avoiding the stone. Score the flesh with criss cross lines both ways, trying not to cut through the flesh. Turn the flesh inside out to make it look like a hedgehog. Now taking a knife cut the squares away from the flesh. Make Mango Smoothies exciting by freezing these squares and using them frozen, instead of ice cubes, in your smoothies and juices.

  • Good source vit A C E
  • Calories 59 per 100grm

  • Quater fresh pineapple or canned, if preferred
  • Half mango
  • 2 passion fruits
  • Half carton of natural yogurt
Stone the mango and take the skin off the pineapple before juicing. Canned pineapple can be used for this recipe if you would prefer. Juice the pineapple and mango in the juicer. Chop the passion fruit into small chunks and add to the juice. Always drink fresh smoothies as soon as you have made them to enjoy the fruit at its best.

  • 1 mango
  • Half cup of fresh orange juice
  • 150ml milk or natural yogurt
  • 1-2 teaspoons honey
Stone the mango. Using a blender mix all the ingredients together. Put a few ice cubes or frozen mango cubes into a glass before pouring the juice, and enjoy.

  • 3 peaches
  • 3 fresh apricots or dried
  • 1 mango
  • Half carton of natural yogurt
Stone the peaches and mango before placing into a blender with all the ingredients. Drink - in a long glass - with a few mango ice cubes.

  • 3 apples
  • 1 mango
  • 2 passion fruit
  • Half carton natural yogurt
Stone the mango and juice together the mango and apples in the juicer. Cut the passion fruit into small pieces and add to the juice with the yogurt. Drink and enjoy.

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