My perfect combination of yellow mango and banana. This smoothie is very energizing and will quickly lift your spirits, and will be ready in just 10 minutes, or even less. This tropical smoothie and thoughts of summer will not leave you all day!
Mango and Banana are the main ingredients in this smoothie. However, if you want even more tropical notes, I also recommend using pineapple and orange in the recipe.
This appetizing softie is also very useful: it contains a considerable amount of vitamin C (two-day norm per serving) and vitamin A. The only note: vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin, you can add some healthy fat to this recipe. It can be a spoon of flaxseed, chia seeds or any nuts, or you can add a couple of spoons of yogurt.
- 1 mango
- 2 banana
- 1 orange
- 2 handfuls of pineapple slices (fresh or frozen)
How to make a tropical smoothie?
- If you want to get a more delicate smoothie texture, you must first squeeze the juice from two oranges. If you are using the whole orange, then peel it off, remove the bones, divide it into slices and throw it in the bowl of the blender.
- Peel the mango and cut along the stone into two parts. Cut the pulp into arbitrary pieces and throw in the blender bowl to the orange.
- Peel the banana and cut it into slices. Add it to the rest of the ingredients.
- Put the peeled pineapple pieces in a blender.
- Beat the fruit until a smooth smoothie texture is obtained.
- Pour the smoothies in glasses and serve to the table. It is possible to store this smoothie in the refrigerator for about 48 hours.
Amount Per ServingCalories 268 Total Fat 1g Saturated Fat 0g Trans Fat 0g Unsaturated Fat 1g Cholesterol 0mg Sodium 4mg Carbohydrates 68g Fiber 8g Sugar 49g Protein 4g
How is this smoothie useful?
Just one glass of mango pieces will fill you with 100% of the daily intake of vitamin C, as well as 35% of the daily intake of vitamin A, which is an essential vitamin for maintaining good vision, healthy bones, healthy membranes of your cells and unfading skin. Mango has more than 20 different vitamins and minerals and is a good source of dietary fiber. This exotic fruit is rich in potassium and magnesium, which help keep blood pressure under control. In the pulp of the mango, you will also find selenium, calcium, phosphorus, vitamin B, as well as vitamins E and K.
- Oranges are a fantastic source of vitamin C and dietary fiber (if eaten with internal partitions). They also contain vitamin B, vitamin A, calcium, copper, and potassium.
- Pineapple can rightly be considered a storehouse of healthy substances. This tropical fruit will fill you with potassium, copper, manganese, magnesium, B-group vitamins, a shock dose of vitamin C and beta-carotene. Pineapple also contains a particular enzyme called bromelain, which has a pronounced anti-inflammatory effect.
- Bananas are the perfect breakfast or snack food. They give the body a quick boost of energy and contain only 80 calories. The composition of bananas includes fiber, vitamins B6 and C, as well as potassium, magnesium, copper, and manganese.