This easy Tropical Banana Mango Smoothie Bowl recipe is made with frozen banana, frozen mango, and coconut milk. Simply blend everything in a blender and add your favorite toppings. It's perfect for busy mornings!
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Nothing says summer like a delicious tropical mango smoothie bowl! This easy recipe is perfect for those hot days when you need a refreshing treat. Add a few toppings, and you've got a nutritious meal or snack.
This creamy, dreamy mango smoothie bowl is everything you need on a hot summer day. It's tropical and refreshing, with a hint of sweetness. And it only takes a few minutes to make! The result is an irresistible tropical smoothie bowl that will have you dreaming of the beach! You will love the tropical flavor!
😃 Why you'll love this recipe
- It only takes five minutes to make.
- It is made with real ingredients.
- It's vegan, gluten-free, and refined sugar-free
- It's a great way to start the day.
- It's a filling breakfast.
- It's delicious and full of tropical flavors.
- It's pretty much guaranteed to put a smile on everyone's face.
Only a few simple ingredients are needed to make this easy mango smoothie bowl recipe. You can easily pick up what you need at any grocery store.
- Frozen ripe banana, sliced. I like to cut up a banana and pop it in the freezer the night before.
- Coconut milk. You can also use almond milk, oat milk, soy milk, or regular milk. Another great option is to use yogurt. I sometimes use Greek yogurt for an extra protein boost.
- Frozen mango chunks. You can use fresh, but you must add ice cubes to thicken it up, which may dilute the flavor.
- Optional add-ins. Add a scoop of vanilla protein powder for extra protein, or maple syrup or honey if you want your smoothie bowl sweeter.
See the printable recipe card below for quantities and a full list of ingredients.
🥥 Optional smoothie toppings
- Fresh mango slices, fresh pineapple, kiwi, or sliced banana.
- Fresh fruits like raspberries, strawberries, fresh blueberries, and blackberries.
- Chia seeds, sunflower seeds, hemp seeds, or hemp hearts.
- Coconut chips, shredded coconut, or unsweetened coconut flakes.
- Nut butter, such as almond butter or peanut butter.
- Homemade granola or store-bought granola.
🥄 How to make a mango smoothie bowl
- Add smoothie bowl ingredients to a high speed blender.
- Blend until smooth with a creamy consistency.
- Top with a variety of toppings.
- Enjoy the bowl of deliciousness.
Step by step instructions
Step 1: Add frozen banana slices and coconut milk to a food processor or high-speed blender and pulse or blend until smooth.
Step 2: Add the frozen mango and pulse or blend until you have a creamy texture.
Step 3: Once your smoothie is blended, pour the smoothie into a bowl and top it with extra toppings. Serve immediately.
- Add ½ cup of strawberries to make a strawberry mango smoothie bowl. Depending on whether the strawberries are fresh or frozen, you may need to add an extra teaspoon of milk.
- Add some green ingredients like spinach or kale.
- Add half an avocado for even more creaminess.
If you have any leftovers from your mango banana smoothie bowl (or if you make a big batch ahead of time), the best way to store it is in the freezer. Place the smoothie bowl in an airtight container or freezer-safe bag and place it in the freezer. Remove it 10-15 minutes before you want to eat it. This will give it time to thaw slightly and be a perfect consistency.
Store toppings separately in their own container so they don't get soggy.
🤩 Expert tips
- Frozen fruit will give your smoothie bowl a thick, 'ice cream-like' consistency.
- Check out How To Make A Thick Smoothie Bowl for more tips.
- Top your smoothie bowl with fresh fruit or nuts.
❓ Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
To make this smoothie bowl recipe, you will need a frozen banana, frozen diced mango, and milk of your choice.
A mango smoothie bowl is thicker than a mango smoothie and is usually served in a bowl with toppings like granola, nuts, or seeds.
There are many different types of mangoes, each with its unique flavor. I recommend using a sweet mango for smoothies, like a ripe Ataulfo mango. But any type of mango will be delicious. You can tell a ripe mango is ready to eat when it is slightly soft to the touch.
It takes about 5 minutes to make a mango smoothie bowl. First, blend the banana and mango with some milk until smooth. Then, pour the smoothie into a bowl and top with your favorite toppings.
There are about 164 calories in this mango smoothie bowl without any toppings. This number will increase depending on the additional toppings used.
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Easy Tropical Banana Mango Smoothie Bowl Recipe
- Food processor or high-speed blender
- 1 ripe banana frozen, sliced
- 2 tablespoon coconut milk, unsweetened or milk of your choice
- ½ cup frozen mango, diced
Toppings for Smoothie Bowl (Optional)
- 1 teaspoon chia seeds
- 1 teaspoon hemp hearts or hemp seeds
- ½ ripe banana, sliced
- fresh fruit, sliced or diced
- ½ tablespoon nut butter
- nuts or seeds
- coconut, shredded or flaked
- Place banana and milk in a food processor or high-powered blender. Pulse or blend until the consistency is creamy.1 ripe banana, 2 tablespoon coconut milk, unsweetened
- Add ½ cup of mango and pulse or blend until combined and creamy.½ cup frozen mango, diced
- Pour the smoothie into a shallow bowl.
- Top with your choice of toppings and serve immediately.
- Frozen fruit will give your smoothie bowl a thick, 'ice cream-like consistency.
- Check out How To Make A Thick Smoothie Bowl for more tips.
- Top your smoothie bowl with fresh fruit, nuts, or your favorite toppings.
👩🏻🍳 About Jeri
With over 40 years of cooking experience, Jeri Walker is a self-taught cook who has a passion for creating simple and delicious recipes using everyday ingredients. Jeri's commitment to excellence means only the best recipes make it onto the blog – so when you make a recipe from Winding Creek Ranch, it's guaranteed to be a hit.