Mango and Coconut smoothie

Smoothies are very regular at my household. My kids love them and these always pack a lot of nutrition.

I normally add some sort of veggies to them like fresh spinach, kale etc but this time around I didn’t. What I also do very often is freeze these. The kids love them and they actually think they are eating some sort of a treat. It is a win win for me and them :-)

Here I have added a few of the other smoothies I have had in the past. A little bit of creativity with these and they could be the best thing to have to start your day!

Papaya and Coconut Smoothie
Blackberry, Banana and Mint Smoothie 
Dr. Oz Morning Green Smoothie 
Chocolate, Peanut Butter and Banana Smoothie 

I will soon start coming up with other variations. We have them at least 4 times per week so it is time to start with new versions.

I hope you try this one, because it is sure to be refreshing, unique and super nutritious.



Mango and coconut smoothie

Yield: 4 servings


1 lb frozen mango chunks, mango pulp or fresh mango will also work
1 cup Greek yogurt
1 cup coconut milk, full fat
3-4 cups milk, I used unsweetened soy milk
2-3 Tbsp flax seed meal
1 Tbsp honey, optional
1 tsp cinnamon, optional


Place all the ingredients, except cinnamon, in a blender and blend until smooth. Sprinkle each smoothie with some cinnamon

Nutrition facts calculated based on the recipe giving 4 servings and without the honey.

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  1. this smoothie sounds absolutely delicious! and the pictures are beautiful :)

  2. I want one of these! I am living in Hawaii for 8 months and this seems like the perfect drink for here!

    Jenny @

  3. I don’t like papaya or coconut but I love your pictures. And they’ve put me in the mood for a smoothie! So job well done. :)

  4. Ooooh so pretty! I love the color! Plus papaya and coconut sound so good together :)

  5. Jenn, Thanks for the positive remarks.

    Texanerin, you don’t like papaya or coconut? I couldn’t live without coconut, especially coconut milk which I use for Thai recipes and smoothies, one of my favs.

    Heidi, thanks!

  6. Hi!

    These look amazing! What blender do you use? I’m looking for one to start making smoothies like these!


  7. What a beautiful combination of flavors, and a lovely color! Lovely recipe. I would love to try this for breakfast some time! Thank you for sharing!

  8. This sounds amazing! Do you mind if I feature you in my new series 100 recipes from 100 blogs? You can read more about it here:

  9. Kristen,

    Not at all. Thanks for considering me :-)

  10. nice idea..thanks for sharing....

  11. Thanks for sharing

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