This easy, creamy, and dreamy tropical Mango Pineapple Smoothie is a delicious way to start your day or relax on a hot afternoon. It’s quick to blend up in 5 minutes and is full of healthy ingredients like mango, almond milk, banana, and pineapple.
Blend up this refreshing tropical drink today to enjoy a healthy and flavorful treat without the guilt! This dairy-free smoothie recipe is packed with island flavor thanks to the addition of fresh tropical fruit. That makes this pineapple mango smoothie recipe the perfect way to relax on a hot day.
Kids love this healthy fruit smoothie recipe, too! Or any of these healthy smoothies!
Seriously! You’re going to love the tropical flavors packed into this healthy drink! Combining pineapple, mango, banana, and spinach gives this delicious smoothie a creamy finish that will make you enjoy getting your daily dose of vitamins and minerals.
Table of Contents
The best part about this easy frozen drink recipe is that you only need a few simple ingredients to prepare it! To make your mango smoothie at home, you’ll need:
- Unsweetened almond milk – plain or vanilla almond milk works well for this recipe, or use full-fat coconut milk to add even more island flavor.
- Protein powder – use your favorite protein powder flavor to give the smoothie an added protein boost for sustainable energy.
- Ice cubes – used to thicken the smoothie without added fat or calories.
- Cubed mango – fresh or frozen works great.
- Pineapple chunks – fresh, frozen, or canned will work for this smoothie.
- Banana – to thicken the drink.
- Baby spinach leaves – optional but adds a ton of vitamins and delicious flavor to your blended drink. Plus, you don’t even taste it! Kale also works.
- Ground flaxseed or chia seeds – also optional but adds more fiber to the smoothie.
Note: this recipe is made without yogurt, but you can add it in for a thicker drink.
How to Make – Step by Step Instructions
Once you have decided on the ingredients you’ll use in your drink, it’s time to start blending! You can make this quick and easy pineapple mango smoothie in just two steps:
Step 1 – Add the Ingredients to the Blender
Pour the almond milk into the pitcher of your blender.
Then, add the remaining ingredients in the order listed in the ingredient list.
Step 2 – Blend Until Smooth
Place the lid securely on the top of the blender and process the ingredients until smooth. If your smoothie is too thick, add a small amount of water and blend until the desired consistency is reached. Serve immediately.
Tips & Tricks
- Start with frozen fruit for a thicker smoothie. When making your smoothie, it’s a good idea to start with frozen mango, pineapple, and banana pieces for the best results. Frozen fruit reduces the amount of ice you’ll need to thicken your smoothie and helps add even more fruit flavor to your drink without diluting it with ice and water.
- Pulse, then blend for best results. When starting with frozen ingredients, you need to give your blender a chance to chop the fruits before fully blending the ingredients thoroughly. Pulse the blender a few times to allow the blades to chop the frozen fruits, then use the blend function to process all the ingredients together until you reach a smooth consistency.
- Add oatmeal for a creamy texture. If you enjoy your smoothie for breakfast, bulk up the drink with a little bit of cooked oatmeal. For example, you can add a few tablespoons of oatmeal to your mango pineapple smoothie to thicken it and make it creamier.
- Make it sweeter with honey. While the fruit in this tropical smoothie recipe should make it sweet enough, if you’re looking to give your smoothie even more sweetness, try honey. A small amount of honey added to the blender will sweeten the smoothie without adding processed sugar to the drink.
Toppings and Serving Suggestions
This quick and easy tropical smoothie recipe is perfect for a hot day. But that doesn’t mean you can’t add to the recipe to make it even better! Try one of these topping or add-in ideas for an even more delicious drink:
- Garnish with fresh mint leaves
- Top with chia seeds
- Garnish with a dollop of whipped cream
- Sprinkle coconut flakes on top
More Smoothie Recipes
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Blueberry Smoothie – our most popular smoothie recipe that revs your metabolism for the day.
Blueberry Lemonade Smoothie – light and refreshing.
Strawberry Kale Smoothie – a delicious breakfast or kid-friendly meal!
Chocolate Almond Smoothie – satisfying, protein-packed, and downright delicious! A breakfast favorite.
Cherry Almond Smoothie – all the fat-burning goodness you want in a breakfast shake, and it tastes like cherry pie.
How to Store
This pineapple and mango smoothie recipe is best when enjoyed right out of the blender. However, if you have leftovers, you can easily store any extras in the fridge. In fact, you can make a double batch of this recipe to enjoy the next day if you’re tight on time.
Your extra smoothie can be stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 24 hours. But note, it’s best to store your smoothie in a container where the liquid reaches the top to keep extra air from contaminating the ingredients – this will keep your smoothie from browning.
Meal Prep Idea
Another great way to speed up the preparation process and have breakfast at the ready is to pre-portion your ingredients for easy blending.
- Portion the ingredients for your smoothie, except for the almond milk, in a freezer bag.
- Remove the excess air, label, and store the bag in the refrigerator or freezer until you’re ready to blend.
- When ready to use, add the almond milk to the blender and pour in the remaining ingredients from your freezer bag and blend as usual.
Note: with frozen fruit, you probably won’t need to add the ice to your mango and pineapple smoothie.
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Mango Pineapple Smoothie Recipe
- 1/2 cup unsweetened almond milk (plain or vanilla or 1⁄2 cup canned full fat coconut milk)
- 1 – 2 tbsp protein powder (or scoops)
- 1/2 cup ice cubes
- 1 cup cubed mango (fresh or frozen)
- 1 cup pineapple chunks (fresh or frozen)
- 1/4 cup baby spinach leaves (optional)
- 1 banana
- 1 tablespoon ground flaxseed or chia seeds (optional)
- Place all ingredients in the blender starting with your almond milk.
- Place the lid securely on the top of the blender and process the ingredients until smooth. If your smoothie is too thick, add a small amount of water and blend until the desired consistency is reached. Serve immediately.
- Start with frozen fruit for a thicker smoothie.
- Pulse, then blend for best results.
- Add oatmeal for a super creamy texture.
- Add honey if you’d like extra sweetness.