Antioxidant kiwi mango smoothie

We really do take advantage of fruits and vegetables and make smoothies on a regular basis at my house hold. This antioxidant kiwi mango smoothie is an example. Refreshing, colorful, healthy and done in a matter of a few minutes.

antioxidant kiwi mango smoothie

It is hard sometimes to incorporate all the fruits and veggies I would like into our diet. This is why I turn to smoothies. We have at least one a day, sometimes for breakfast and some other times as a snack or even at dinner time.

This antioxidant kiwi mango smoothie is full of Vitamin C, fiber, minerals and antioxidants. I added turmeric powder to the mango part. Turmeric is one of the most potent antioxidants known to man so when cooking Indian food or making smoothies I tend to use this ingredient.

I always also use Silk Almond Milk. One of my favorite kinds is the unsweetened version. If adding any sweeteners to my smoothies I like being in control of it that is why I always buy the unsweetened kind.

Now that Silk has removed Carragean from their products is the only almond milk variety I buy, plus they are dairy, cholesterol and lactose free and verified by the Non-GMO Project.

I also use it to make frozen pops, for my oatmeal and cereal in the morning as well as for my tea or coffee. I have actually made a creamer with it before. I shall post that recipe soon.

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I hope you get to try this antioxidant kiwi mango smoothie. It is refreshing, healthy, nutritious and also vegan and gluten free.


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antioxidant kiwi mango smoothie


Antioxidant kiwi mango smoothie

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 4 smoothies

Total Time: 5 minutes


  • 4 kiwis, peeled and sliced
  • 2 cups fresh organic spinach
  • 2 cups Silk Almond Milk
  • 1/4 cup flaxseed meal
  • 2 cups frozen mango chunks
  • 1 cup Silk Almond Milk, unsweetened
  • 1 tsp turmeric powder
  • 1 tbs maple syrup


In a blender add the first 4 ingredients and pulse until you obtain a homogenous mixture. Divide between four glasses.

Add the remainder of the ingredients to the blender and pulse until liquified. Top each glass with this thicker mixture. Serve inmmediately.

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  1. I love potatoes of any kind and this looks great for the cooler weather. I’m definitely making these. Thanks!

  2. I am a huge potato fan and what you’ve done with these is a work of art. Love them!

  3. Looks great. Sorry about the flooding.

  4. Oh my good god, Miryam! These look amazing! Also — call me when you add goat cheese. That sounds totally dreamy.

  5. I’m getting hungry just looking at these!! TOTAL COMFORT. Want.

  6. Do they warm up good? I am thinking of making these for a Work Function but I would have to make them the night before of morning of. I would still have to wait 3 hours to service them and only have a toaster oven and microwave at work.

  7. Why have I lot thought of smashing potatoes!? Thank you for this! It is quick (sort of) and easy to make and I have a lot of spinach let at home.

  8. Im studying to be an RD and love to cook at home, just found this site today and love it! I like to cook a few things in advance when I know Im going to have a long week – Im thinking that I could bake a few extra potatoes on a day when I hae time and then do the smashing and broiling later in the week when I need something fast and yummy. Probably best to bring to room temp before hand so they cook nicely :)

  9. This is such a simple and wonderfull idea! Have to try it!!!
    Thanks so much for sharing!

  10. These are some beautiful looking smashed potatoes….yum!

  11. These look great! I am a dietitian as well and have always loved potatoes–they are packed with nutrients and so delicious!

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