This banana mango strawberry smoothie recipe whips up fast with only four ingredients! You’ll love this healthy milkshake that is naturally sweet from fruit, with no sugar added. This delicious mango banana strawberry smoothie provides an assortment of phytonutrients, as well as calcium, vitamin A, and vitamin C! You can make your strawberry banana mango smoothie with milk, or get tips on making it vegan.
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This strawberry mango banana smoothie is the best! It’s low sugar, low calorie, refreshing, cooling, hydrating, and delicious.
Plus, this mango strawberry banana smoothie recipe is so easy to make. If you use chopped frozen fruits from the store, all you have to do is blend everything together. It’s really that simple.
This is a strawberry banana mango smoothie no yogurt, but I’ve got lots of tips on modifications below. Consider this frozen smoothie recipe a starting point to make a summer drink that fully fits your tastes. This strawberry banana and mango smoothie recipe is flexible enough to fit a variety of preferences.
Table of Contents
- ⭐ Strawberry Banana Mango Smoothie Benefits
- 🥭 Strawberry Banana Mango Smoothie with Milk Ingredients
- 🍓 Smoothie Toppings
- 📋 Strawberry Mango Banana Smoothie Calories
- 🍌 How to Make Strawberry Banana Mango Smoothie
- 🌡️ Leftovers
- 🥛 Strawberry Banana Mango Smoothie Nutrition Facts
- 💭 Expert Tips from a Dietitian
- 👩🏻🍳 Other Smoothie Recipes with Bananas and Strawberries
- 📖 Recipe
- 💬 Comments
⭐ Strawberry Banana Mango Smoothie Benefits
Why make banana mango strawberry smoothies? Here are some reasons to give this recipe a go:
- Cheap: The frozen fruit and milk in this smoothie recipe tend to be inexpensive. You don’t have to worry about using in season fresh fruit to make a tasty smoothie.
- Easy: Four simple ingredients and five minutes is all you need to make this one. It could not be easier.
- Breakfast or snack: You can enjoy this smoothie at any time of day. It’s great as part of breakfast or for a post-workout snack.
- Vegetarian: This recipe is naturally vegetarian and gluten free. I have tips on making a vegan banana mango strawberry smoothie below if you want to make it 100% plant based.
- Healthy: This strawberry mango banana smoothie is healthy in the sense that it is nutritious, packed with essential vitamins and minerals. You’re getting plenty of vitamin C, provitamin A, calcium, riboflavin, and other nutrients here. Because we’re using whole fruits rather than fruit juices in this smoothie, you’re also getting lots of fiber.
- Delicious: This sweet and creamy smoothie is so good! Kids love it, and adults do too!
🥭 Strawberry Banana Mango Smoothie with Milk Ingredients
Here’s what you need to make a banana mango strawberry smoothie:
- Ripe frozen banana (broken into chunks)
- 1 cup chopped frozen mango
- 1 cup sliced frozen strawberries
- 2¼ cups milk (I used 2% milk)
Super ripe mangos and bananas are what you want in this smoothie. They provide more than enough natural sweetness (along with the milk) so that we can avoid added sugar. Ripe mangoes should have a little give when you squeeze them.
Dairy milk provides some filling protein in this recipe. To make a vegan mango strawberry banana smoothie, you can use non-dairy milk instead. If you use coconut milk or almond milk, consider stirring in some protein powder for a protein boost.
You could also use apple juice, orange juice, or pineapple juice for the liquid, but again you lose out on protein. I have tips on making a mango banana strawberry smoothie with yogurt in the FAQs below.
Dairy milk whips up super creamy in this recipe, giving you a high volume, low calorie treat. Dairy alternatives will not whip up as creamy or voluminous, but the fruit flavors will be stronger.
I chose to blend all of the fruits together in this smoothie. However, you could make a layered smoothie if you’d prefer. Just blend each fruit separately with a little milk before layering them in a glass.
I prefer to use a large food processor instead of a regular blender for smoothies. I find that food processors do a better job blending smoothies to be completely smooth. If you have a high speed blender (such as a NutriBullet or a Vitamix), that should work too.
🍓 Smoothie Toppings
If you wanted, you could set up a smoothie bar and invite everyone to top their smoothies however they choose. Here are some ideas for topping a smoothie:
- Chia seeds
- Flax seeds
- Hemp seeds
- Coconut flakes
- Whipped cream
- Cacao nibs
- Fresh fruit (raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, chopped strawberries, etc.)
- Chocolate syrup
📋 Strawberry Mango Banana Smoothie Calories
How many calories in a banana mango strawberry smoothie? One banana strawberry mango smoothie has 180 calories, 27.2 grams net carbs, and 6.5 grams protein. This is for a smoothie without toppings.
🍌 How to Make Strawberry Banana Mango Smoothie
Here are the steps for making banana mango strawberry smoothies:
- Chop the frozen fruits into small pieces, if they aren’t already. This will make them easier to blend.
- Place the banana, strawberries, mango, and milk in a food processor. Blend until completely smooth. I have a 10-cup food processor, and the smoothie expanded to fill almost the entire thing during blending. (This only happens with dairy milks).
- This smoothie is mildly sweet. You are welcome to add maple syrup, honey, or banana if you want it sweeter. (Note: this will change the nutrition info provided with the recipe.)
- Pour this smoothie into tall glasses or wide-mouth pint mason jars and serve immediately. I recommend using wide-width paper straws for easier drinking.
Make popsicles with your leftover banana mango strawberry smoothie! Simply pour any leftovers into silicone popsicle molds, and freeze overnight. If you used dairy milk, these popsicles should have a lovely creamy texture.
🥛 Strawberry Banana Mango Smoothie Nutrition Facts
- Calories: 180
- Total fat: 3.8g
- Saturated fat: 2.3g
- Cholesterol: 15mg
- Sodium: 98.8mg
- Total carbohydrate: 29.9g
- Fiber: 2.7g
- Net carbs: 27.2g
- Total sugar: 21.6g
- Added sugar: 0g
- Protein: 6.5g
- Vitamin A: 13.9%DV
- Vitamin C: 59.4%DV
- Potassium: 523.5mg
- Iron: 2.7% DV
- Calcium: 23.6% DV
💭 Expert Tips from a Dietitian
This is a level 2 recipe (transition and weight maintenance). This smoothie recipe features whole fruits rather than juice. Blending whole fruits means that we are keeping the filling fiber that is stripped out of fruit juice. (This includes the 100% fruit juices.)
If you wanted to make this smoothie higher calorie, you could garnish it with some hemp seeds, mini chocolate chips, or granola. You may also want to use whole milk instead of 2% milk.
To make a low calorie banana mango strawberry smoothie, swap the 2% milk for skim. You may also want to serve the mango berry smoothie as ice pops instead of as a drink. Popsicles have smaller portions and tend to be easier to eat more slowly than smoothies.
How to make a banana mango strawberry smoothie bowl?
To make a mango banana strawberry smoothie bowl, blend the frozen fruit without the milk. Add milk in little by little until the smoothie bowl is the consistency you desire.
How to make strawberry banana mango smoothie with yogurt?
You can substitute Greek yogurt for the milk in this recipe, but the smoothie will be thicker and tangier. I recommend using sweetened yogurt to help replicate the natural sweetness in milk. You could also add a little juice; this would help sweeten the smoothie and make it a bit thinner.
What are some banana mango strawberry smoothie variations?
You could add other fruits to this smoothie, ice cream, or even vegetables like spinach or kale. Another idea is to omit the liquid and blend the frozen fruits into a non-dairy ice cream (AKA “nice cream”).
How do you make a smoothie creamy?
The frozen fruit and dairy in this smoothie are the ingredients that make it smoothie. Some other ways to make a creamy smoothie include adding cashew butter, coconut cream, or avocado.
How to make strawberry banana mango smoothie keto low carb?
Banana, mango, and dairy milk are not keto-friendly ingredients. To make a keto strawberry banana mango smoothie, you will need to use banana and mango extracts. You’ll also need to use a low carb milk alternative, and you may want to add a keto sugar substitute for sweetness.
👩🏻🍳 Other Smoothie Recipes with Bananas and Strawberries
Need more smoothie recipes with strawberries and bananas? You may enjoy these:
- Strawberry Cucumber Smoothie
- Peanut Butter Strawberry Banana Smoothie
- Chocolate Strawberry Banana Smoothie
Watch How to Make It!
Strawberry Banana Mango Smoothie with Milk Recipe
- 1 medium banana, frozen, broken into chunks
- 1 cup sliced frozen strawberries
- 1 cup chopped frozen mango
- 2¼ cups milk (I used 2%)
- Using a knife, chop the frozen banana, mango, and strawberries into small pieces (if they aren’t already). This will make them easier to blend.
- Place the banana, strawberries, mango, and milk in a food processor. Blend until completely smooth. I have a 10-cup food processor, and the smoothie expanded to fill almost the entire thing during blending. (It will only whip up like this with dairy milks).
- Taste the smoothie and add maple syrup, honey, or additional banana if you want it sweeter. (Note: this will change the nutrition info provided with the recipe. I always enjoy it without added sweetener.)
- Pour the smoothie into tall glasses or wide-mouth pint mason jars and serve immediately. I recommend using wide-width paper straws for easier drinking.
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