Mango Smoothie Recipe

When South Florida gives you mangos…make Mango Smoothies! This easy Mango Smoothie recipe starts with frozen chopped mangos, so no matter where you live, you can enjoy this tropical treat.

If you live in South Florida, and you have more mangos than you can possibly eat, share with neighbors or take to the office…start chopping and freezing! Not raining mangos in your neighborhood? No worries, there’s a bag of frozen chopped mango waiting for you in your grocer’s freezer.

<h2Mango Smoothie Recipe

Serves 1

Ingredients:

  • 1 cup mango (frozen, chopped)
  • 1/2 cup milk (any type – cow’s milk, almond milk, soy milk, cashew milk)
  • 1/4 cup plain yogurt or vanilla yogurt (Greek or regular yogurt, your choice)
  • honey to taste (if you use vanilla yogurt, you likely won’t need any honey)

Directions:

  1. Place frozen chopped mango in a blender*
  2. Add milk & yogurt
  3. Blend until smooth
  4. Add honey to taste and blend until smooth

*Note: I prefer to use an immersion blender because they’re small, efficient and less to clean-up.

Now take a sip and think about beautiful, sunny, tropical West Palm Beach!

Fun Facts About Mangos in Palm Beach County

Thanks to our sandy-soil and tropical climate, Palm Beach County has the ability to grow more exotic fruits year-round than any other place in the United States…take that California!

More than 230 varieties of mangos are grown at 10+ commercial mango farms in Palm Beach County. Visit a local farm, grab a few and enjoy a taste-testing. Just 5 minutes south of Downtown West Palm Beach, you’ll find Tropical Acres Farms which is open to the public, and mango samples are plentiful. Depending on the season, they’re also growing avocados and sapodillas.

Tropical Acres Farms
1010 Camellia Road (off Southern Boulevard near the Palm Beach Zoo)
561-358-8566

Mangos are for more than just smoothies! Try Mango & Avocado Salsa, a Mango Daiquiri or simply cut and enjoy this marvelous fruit. Please leave a comment to share your favorite way to enjoy mangos.

Eating fresh, local, tropical fruit is just one of the perks to living in paradise.

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