Mango & banana smoothieBy Good Food Recipe Rating Static 12345(45 ratings) By Good Food Magazine subscription – 3 issues for £5 Prep: 5 mins No cook Easy Makes 1 litre Cool down this summer with a fresh and fruity smoothieShare:FacebookPinterestTwitterGoogle+Email Nutrition and extra infoVegetarianNutrition: per servingkcal107fat1gsaturates0gcarbs26gsugars26gfibre2gprotein1gsalt0.04g Save to My Good FoodPlease sign in or register to save recipes. Print Ingredients Method Ingredients1 medium mango1 banana Banana bah-nah-nahProbably the best known, most popular tropical fruit, their name probably derives from the… 500ml orange juice4 ice cubes MethodCut the mango down either side of the flat stone, then peel and cut the flesh into chunks.Peel and chop the banana.Put all the ingredients into a food processor or blender, then process until smooth and thick. Keep in the fridge and use the day you make it. Recipe TipFor an even quicker smoothieSimply replace the fresh mango with 250g/9oz frozen mango or mixed tropical fruit, available in most supermarkets. Frozen berries will also work brilliantly. You may also like Cucumber & elderflower spritzer 4.75(4 ratings) Apple, elderflower & gin cocktails 4.25(4 ratings) Watermelon lollies 4.333335(3 ratings) Frozen caipirinha 0(0 ratings) Frozen margarita 4.833335(6 ratings) Spicy cucumber salad 4.25(8 ratings) Iced latte 4.833335(12 ratings) Acai bowl 4.5(2 ratings) Comments, questions and tipsSign in or create your My Good Food account to join the discussion. Comments (18) Questions (1) Tips (0) Amelia Ravenhall 19th Feb, 2020 5.05I love this smoothie recipe and it’s really tasty. Instead of adding 500ml of orange juice I put in 300ml because the mixture was already quite runny as I didn’t use frozen mango or bananas. This actually worked really well meaning I could taste all of the ingredients. If you were wanting a thicker smoothie I would freeze the banana and mango before blending it! flauffy 18th Aug, 2017 Really tasty breakfast drink on a sunny morning! We replaced a third of the orange juice with pineapple juice and it was a taste of the tropics. Sgn 28th May, 2017 5.05This was so easy and tasted great with an extra banana. Kids also enjoyed it with a few fresh pineapple chunks. bekkifoy 3rd Jan, 2017 5.05I made this recipe for my breakfast and it tasted amazing. I used frozen mango instead of fresh. I was full until lunchtime - would recommend! thebestgreenjuice 17th Aug, 2016 Found this one super sweet - got a real energy boost from all the sugar mary chansing 5th Jan, 2016 I want to prepare it for my family and I think that we'll love it. I want to buy a new countertop blender. Help me please to make my choice between Oster bvcb07-z 7-speed blender and Magic Bullet NutriBullet blender. I read about these blenders at the topreviews.best What can you say about this models? What blender do you have? belle.gothique 22nd Nov, 2015 5.05Loved this! I took in all the comments and decided to use a large banana and only 2/3 of the mango and 400 ml of Orange Juice. I didn't add ice (because it's November ;-) ) but it was still enough as a nice hit of vit c kyracotgrave 19th Jun, 2015 5.05After reading some comments about adding extra banana I bought extra, and did need them. I found it a bit too tart without the extra banana for my taste and I wanted a more prominent banana taste. I also added about 2 and a half heaped tablespoons of low fat natural yoghurt for thickness and left out the ice cubes. Very nice simple smoothie lepeng 30th Apr, 2014 5.05This is lovely and so quick to make lepeng 30th Apr, 2014 5.05This is lovely and so quick to make Pages12next › stefaninny 8th Oct, 2018 This recipe gives calorie per lortion, but not how many people it serves, jut It make a litre. I doubt if there r as few cals in a litre Be the first to suggest a tip for this recipe...Got your own twist on this recipe? Or do you have suggestions for possible swaps and additions? We’d love to hear your ideas.Sign in or create your My Good Food account to join the discussion.