Mango Spinach Smoothie

As the summer heat rolls in, mango season is in full swing, and what better way to enjoy this juicy and sweet fruit than in a refreshing mango spinach smoothie?

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My go-to breakfast choice during the summer months is a selection of delicious smoothies such as this mango spinach smoothie that not only tastes amazing but also provides a nutritious start to my day.

I also love this Blueberry Bliss Tropical Smoothie. This anti-inflammatory blueberry smoothie is a regular feature of my summer smoothie craze as well.

Mango spinach smoothie

Starting your day with a healthy smoothie such as this amazing delicious mango spinach smoothie is a great way to get a good dose of your nutrients in on the daily.

This mango spinach smoothie has become a staple in my morning routine, providing me with a nutritious and delicious start to the day.

With its vibrant green color and tropical flavor, it’s a perfect way to celebrate the flavors of summer and fuel my body with the goodness it needs.

Give this smoothie a try and see for yourself how delicious and satisfying it can be!

And speaking of which, this spinach mango smoothie is bursting with vitamins and antioxidants, minerals protein, and fiber.

For this mango spinach green smoothie, I used frozen mango, fresh baby spinach, a frozen banana, and almond milk, to make a creamy smoothie that is so good yet so simple.

The first taste brought beach vibes, with mango and banana sweetness. The spinach added an earthy touch that went perfectly with the tropical mix. It was a vitamin-rich smoothie, a summer refreshment, and a delicious superfood blend rolled into one.

Mango spinach smoothie

Why I love this smoothie

I absolutely love this Mango Spinach Smoothie for several reasons.

Nutrient-Packed Powerhouse:

This mango spinach smoothie is packed with nutrition. It’s loaded with vitamins such as vitamins A, C, and K, B vitamins especially folate, as well as iron, calcium, magnesium, potassium, and fiber.

Also if you are not eating enough veggies, this smoothie is a great way to sneak some greens into your diet without even tasting them!

I believe even my friend Tina who hates anything green would enjoy this one.

Mangoes are also rich in vitamins A and C, antioxidants, and dietary fiber, contributing to overall immune support and digestive health.

Bananas add natural sweetness and provide potassium, which is essential for heart health and maintaining proper muscle function.

Deliciously Creamy:

The combination of mango and banana creates a naturally sweet and creamy base that feels indulgent without any added sugars.

Versatile and Customizable:

This smoothie bowl is incredibly versatile. You can easily adjust the ingredients based on what you have on hand or your personal preferences.

Whether you add different fruits, swap out almond milk for another type of milk, or sprinkle different toppings, the possibilities are endless.

Perfect for Any Time of Day:

This smoothie makes a perfect meal or snack at any time of the day. It’s quick and easy to prepare, making it ideal for busy mornings, a post-workout refuel, or even a healthy dessert.

The vibrant colors and fresh flavors are sure to brighten your day.

A Treat for the Senses when made into a smoothie bowl

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The visual appeal of this smoothie when made into a smoothie bowl can’t be overstated.

You can turn this smoothie into a gorgeous smoothie bowl with lovely toppings that will make it, well, almost to cute to eat. Key word almost.

The bright green of the spinach, the golden mango, and the colorful array of toppings make this a feast for the eyes as well as the taste buds

Easy to make with easy to find ingredients

This smoothie is made of simple ingredients you can find in any supermarket. 

Ingredients in this mango spinach smoothie

This refreshing mango spinach smoothie is packed with amazing ingredients. They come together to create a tasty, creamy drink.

mango spinach smoothie


Frozen mango chunks bring a sweet, tropical taste. They’re also full of vitamin C, A, and fiber. And potassium.


Baby spinach is perfect for this smoothie. It’s mild, blends well, and is loaded with vitamins and minerals. You cant taste it. Plus its what makes this asmoothie a a green smoothie giving a lovely vibrant green color.


Truthfully the banana makes this into a mango banana spinach smoothie and adds some needed natural sweetness. 

Plus a frozen banana adds creaminess along with potassium, fiber, and vitamin B6. And so this smoothie can be a great bedtime snack as well to soothe you into sleep with B6.

Almond Milk

Unsweetened almond milk makes it creamy without dairy. It’s low in calories and adds a nutty hint.

Protein Powder

Vanilla protein powder boosts protein and hides the spinach taste. Use any protein powder you prefer. Make vegetarian by using a plant based protein poweder.


Oatmeal adds fiber, making the smoothie filling and satisfying.


A bit of honey adds a hint of sweetness. But you can leave it out if you dotn your smoothie too sweet.

How to make this mango spinach smoothie

See the recipe card below for all the instructions. 

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But basically it’s simple to make this spinach mango smoothie. 

Using a high-speed blender blend the spinach with almond milk until it’s smooth. Adding the milk first makes it easier to blend.

Next, include the frozen mango, banana, oats, protein poweder, honey and blend again.

Blend everything until smooth and adjust the almond milk for thickness. Pour it into a glass, and your tasty smoothie is ready to drink!


If you don’t have all the ingredients for a mango spinach smoothie, there are many swaps and extras you can try. Instead of mango, use frozen pineapple or peaches. 

You can change almond milk to any other milk, coconut milk, coconut water, oat milk, soy milk, or cashew milk. You can also use water

For a thicker smoothie, a tablespoon of nut butter, such as almond butter or peanut butter, or half an avocado works well. 

If you want this smoothie completely plant-based, use a plant-based protein powder

You can also add a pineapple to this smoothie to make it a tropical green smoothie. 

For extra sweetness, add a pitted date, maple syrup, or more honey. 

Add some Greek yogurt to boost the protein content of the smoothie. 

There are so many ways to change up this healthy smoothie.

Add chia seeds, flax meal, or hemp seeds to add in some healthy fats. 

This spinach mango smoothie can also be made into some amazing smoothie bowls.

You just use various toppings such as fresh berries, nuts, and seeds such as hemp hearts to your smoothie in a bowl. It looks so pretty. 

Use any other leafy greens such as kale instead of spinach.


Use frozen mango, and frozen bananas for a creamier smoothie. However, if you only have fresh mango and fresh bananas, adding some ice can help. Just drink the smoothie immediately so it doesnt thin out. 

For a beautiful bright green color, you can add an extra or two handfuls of spinach. 


This mango spinach smoothie tastes the best right after you blend it. It’s fresh and creamy.

You can also keep it for later in a closed container in the fridge. It stays good for two days. Just mix it or blend it again when you’re ready to drink.

Don’t save the smoothie for over 2 days. After that, the fresh taste and nutrition lessen. But, you can freeze it in a tight container for up to 3 months. This keeps its great texture and nutrients safe.

To enjoy the frozen smoothie, let it thaw in the fridge or blend. Mixing it back will bring its creamy feel.

By storing it right, you can have this delicious smoothie for a long time. Enjoy its taste and health benefits for many days or even weeks.


What are the key ingredients in this mango spinach smoothie?

This mango spinach smoothie uses frozen mango chunks, baby spinach, and a frozen banana. It also includes unsweetened almond milk, vanilla protein powder, and oatmeal.

How do the mango and spinach blend in this smoothie?

Mixing mango and spinach makes a tasty and nutritious drink. The mango’s sweet flavor hides the taste of spinach, and the drink turns green. This makes it look and taste great.

What are the health benefits of this mango spinach smoothie?

It’s full of vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants. This makes it a perfect, energizing start to your day. Or it can be a great snack for a health boost.

Can I make substitutions or additions to this recipe?

Absolutely, you can mix it up. Try different fruits or change the milk. You could also add nut butter or avocado to make it thicker.

How long can I store this mango spinach smoothie?

For the best taste, drink it right after making it. If you have any left, it will be okay in the fridge for two days. Remember to stir or blend it again before you finish it.

Let me know in the comments if you have made this mango spinach smoothie recipe

Mango spinach smoothie

Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Course Breakfast
Servings 1


  • High speed blender


  • 1 cup fresh spinach
  • 1 cup frozen ripe mango
  • 1 frozen banana
  • Protein powder optional
  • 1/2 cup almond milk
  • 1 tablespoon honey optional
  • 1/2 cup oatmeal optional
  • Ice cubes optional


  • In a blender, add the spinach, mango, banana,protein powder, almond milk, and honey.
  • Blend on high speed until the mixture is smooth and creamy.
  • If desired, add some ice cubes to make the smoothie colder and thicker.
  • Pour the smoothie into glasses and serve immediately.
  • Enjoy your refreshing and nutritious mango spinach smoothie!
Mango spinach smoothie

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