A fresh and tasty easy Fruit Smoothie that takes minutes to make. It is filled with banana, mango, strawberries and more!!
This fruit smoothie has a little bit of everything and is definitely a “keeper concoction.” If you are craving something a little less fruity then try something like our fav Pudding Milkshake or Frozen Hot Chocolate!!
We love a good smoothie!!
Back in Arizona, it had become tradition to have a smoothie concoction of sorts every Sunday night at my in-laws. My FIL would throw some fruits together and see what he could come up with. He usually used the fruits that were in season and growing on their trees in the backyard. I think it’s safe to say that not one drink was the same. They were always a little different, but always so delicious! In fact, the kids would call it the “yummy drink“! I don’t blame them for calling it that because it really was yummy, and I think all of you guys could agree that smoothies are not only delicious, but so cool and refreshing!
If you’re like us we’re always looking for new fruit smoothie recipes, and today I wanted to share with one my sister came up with. It has some of my fav fruits including strawberries, bananas and mango – yum! If you love these fruits too, you’ll definitely want to give this one a try. 🙂
Not sure about how it is for you guys, but sometimes at night all the hubby and I want is a nice cool drink or smoothie, and we often opt not to have real dinner and just make a smoothie instead. Is that weird? Sometimes a smoothie is just the right thing for our appetite and it’s always so fun coming up with new yummy recipes for them. Can’t wait to try this one!
How to make a fruit smoothie
BLEND. Mix all ingredients in a blender. Serve and enjoy
The great thing about smoothies is you can substitute as you wish. Use skim milk instead of coconut milk, pineapple chunks instead of yogurt, or mango orange juice instead of mango chunks. Be creative and you just might like what you come up with!
Tips + Storing Info
Chobanni is a brand of Greek yogurt. It has 40% less sugar than regular yogurt making this yogurt ideal for a healthy fruit smoothie.
For healthy additives try adding:
- chia seeds
- nutritional yeast
Though smoothies are best eaten right away, you can STORE leftovers for later:
- Start by adding a bit of lemon juice or Sure Fresh so that the color of the smoothie doesn’t brown.
- Find a jar or a container that is the best fit. If there is a little room at the top of the container
- Cut a piece of plastic wrap and place it directly onto the top of the smoothie. Store in the fridge for 12 hours or in the freezer for up to 3 months.
I love having the ingredients prepped ahead of time and ready to go from the freezer to blender. You can either prep one smoothie or purchase enough ingredients to prep several smoothies.
- For this recipe start by dividing the 5.3 oz of yogurt into an ice cube tray and freeze it.
- Cube the strawberries and slice the bananas, spread them onto a baking sheet and freeze.
- Once to yogurt, bananas, and strawberries are frozen place them, along with the mango chunks, into a freezer Ziploc bag (you can also add any healthy additives such as spinach or chia seeds).
- FREEZE for up to 3 months. When you’re ready to make the smoothie empty the contents of the bag into the blender, add the almond milk and ice cubes. Blend and enjoy!
For other favorite smoothie recipes try these:
- Our Favorite Green Smoothie
- Strawberry Banana Smoothie
- Mango Peach Smoothie
- Kale Smoothie
- Peanut Butter banana Smoothie
- Watermelon Smoothie
Fruit Smoothie Recipe
- 2 bananas fresh and peeled
- 1/2 cup strawberries
- 1 cup frozen mango chunks
- 5.3 oz chobanni pineapple yogurt
- 1/2 cup coconut milk
- 1-2 cups ice cubes
- Mix all ingredients in a blender. Serve and enjoy
- The great thing about smoothies is you can substitute as you wish. Use skim milk instead of coconut milk, pineapple chunks instead of yogurt, or mango orange juice instead of mango chunks. Be creative and you just might like what you come up with!