“This refreshing coconut mango smoothie recipe will take you to an island paradise with its fruity, light coconut taste. Perfect for a relaxing or fun time!”
I have to get this out from the off – I LOVE coconut yogurt! I am not a huge fan of coconut itself – in fact, I really don’t like it – but coconut yogurt is AMAZING! And you know what it is super-amazing in? A Coconut Mango Smoothie!
This smoothie is honestly so amazing. It tastes so fresh, you would be convinced you are on a tropical island somewhere!
For me, mango is absolutely one of the best fruits out there. I don’t know what it is about it, but Mango is where the party is at. Right after Raspberries!
And this mango coconut smoothie just adds to my love for mango.
If you also love mango, I thoroughly recommend checking out this strawberry mango smoothie recipe, this blueberry mango smoothie recipe, and this healthy mango watermelon smoothie! And if you love pineapple too, you have to try this pineapple mango coconut smoothie!
But, otherwise, let’s get on to this refreshing coconut mango smoothie!
Why this coconut mango smoothie is the best!
It’s a super-simple to make mango coconut smoothie
I mean… no-one likes having to spend ages making things if they don’t have to! So why make things more complicated than it needs to be? This coconut mango smoothie is so simply to make – it only has 3 ingredients! Coconut yogurt, mango, and water. Easy!
You can use frozen mango pieces if you like. In fact, arguably they make things easier, as it’s not particularly easy or mess-free to cut mango up from fresh. Frozen mango will also make the smoothie colder, adding to that island fresh feeling! Fab!
You also don’t need to worry about blending the mango first like you do with some ingredients – mango blends nicely into the water and yogurt, so you can just throw all the mango coconut smoothie ingredients into the blender together. Simple!
It’s a mango and coconut smoothie that not only tastes great, but is also good for you!
The great thing about coconut is it is really good for you. It is a healthy fat, which doctors keep saying we need more of. And coconut yogurt is a probiotic, helping with your digestive system. If you get pure coconut yogurt, it’s also a great alternative to dairy for those who are dairy-free or vegan. (Again, just be sure you check the ingredients, as some coconut yogurts are not pure, and are mixed with animal products.)
Just to put things in to perspective, if you were to have 170 grams of So Delicious Dairy Free Coconut Milk Yogurt Alternative, it would give you 10% of your daily Vitamin D requirements, 20% of your daily Calcium requirements, and a massive 50% of your daily Vitamin B12 requirements!
Mango, being a fruit, is also great for you. We all know you need to tick off your 5 a day, and this smoothie will definitely help in that regard! 80g is needed to be one of your 5 a day, so we are covered in this smoothie. Mango is high in fibre, vitamins and minerals, being a great source of Vitamin A, Vitamin C, folate, B6 and iron.
It’s a versatile coconut and mango smoothie! – Can I turn it in to a Mango Coconut Water Smoothie? – Tips and swaps!
This coconut mango smoothie is certainly versatile. If you are a fan of coconut yogurt, go ahead and add more – maybe get yourself up tot he 170g mentioned above. If you are a fan of mango (yes!!!!!!!!), then feel free to add more. The only real difference it will make is to the thickness of the smoothie. If you add more mango, it will be a bit runnier, as mango has a high water content. But you can add more water to offset that.
The other thing to consider is using coconut water instead of coconut yogurt, and turning it into a mango coconut water smoothie. You can certainly do this, and it works. But lose the water so you aren’t doubled-up on the liquid front. Also, bear in mind that coconut water does not provide the thickness that coconut yogurt does, so it will automatically be more runny. You may not like this. The last thing to consider is that coconut water has a stronger taste, so it will be more coconutty (is that a word?!) then using coconut yogurt.
As mentioned above, feel free to use frozen mango in this smoothie. You may even find it preferable, as it cools down the mango and coconut smoothie, making it taste even more fresh!
If you love to have pineapple with you mango, then definitely check out this mango, pineapple, coconut smoothie. You’ll love it!
Mango coconut smoothie recipe
Ingredients you will need
- Coconut yogurt – Be sure to use one that is in line with your diet. Not all coconut yogurts are the same. Some are dairy yogurt with coconut flavour, some are pure coconut yogurt, some are high in carbs, some are low in carbs, etc.
Firstly, prepare all the ingredients.
This coconut mango smoothie is so easy, it only requires one step – add all the ingredients to the blender!
Well… and blend!
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- Coconut yogurt - 100g / 3.53oz / 2/5 cup
- Mango (frozen or fresh) - 100g / 3.53oz / 2/3 cup
- Water - 200ml / 7fl oz
- Add the ingredients to a blender.
- If you are trying to limit your carbohydrate intake, be sure that the coconut yogurt is a low-carb variety. The nutritional information here is not for a low-carb variety of coconut yogurt.
- If you would like the smoothie colder, you can use frozen mango or ice cubes.
- Add more yogurt or reduce the amount of water if you want the smoothie to be thicker. This recipe is not a thick smoothie.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 182.8Total Fat: 8gCarbohydrates: 25.8gNet Carbohydrates: 23.3gFiber: 2.3gSugar: 21.9gProtein: 4.1g
Nutrition, allergy and diet information isn’t always accurate. Be sure to check your own ingredients.