Delicious, sweet and smooth: a Peach Mango Smoothie perfect for a hot summer day! This smoothie is dairy free, vegan, paleo, and even AIP-friendly. It is the perfect option for breakfast or a quick snack when you need to cool off!Jump to Recipe
I am a smoothie-lover, let me tell you.
In my mind, it is the perfect drink. I love fruit, and I love sweet drinks.
And, I also love things that are SUPER quick & easy to make! This peach mango smoothie is most definitely that. You’ll just need some frozen fruit and fruit juice to make one for yourself.
Just whip it up in the vitamix and you have the perfect drink!
Ingredients in a peach mango smoothie
There are just 3 ingredients that I used to make this smoothie:
Frozen mango. This is a must! I just got a bag from Trader Joe’s. It is fairly inexpensive and also delicious. The frozen fruit is what gives this smoothie an amazing texture.
Frozen banana. These I do not buy pre-frozen because they are harder to find and more expensive! It is fairly easy to prep fresh bananas for smoothies, however. Just peel, flash freeze them, and then stick them in a bag with your other frozen fruit. I like to do this in big batches so I have some ready when I’m craving a smoothie.
I don’t recommend taking out the banana. It will also aid the final texture of the smoothie, making it extra smooth. And it also adds sweetnes to the smoothie.
Peach juice. I chose to keep the peach flavor in this smoothie to juice only. I got the country peach juice from Trader Joe’s – super yummy! If you have some fresh peaches on hand, you could throw those in as well.
I don’t recommend subbing the juice for water, since the juice is mainly what gives this smoothie it’s sweetness. If you don’t have peach juice on hand, you can try other juices, but this will obviously change the flavor of the smoothie.
You will most definitely need a blender to make this smoothie. Because it calls for frozen fruit, it will need to be something high-powered. I use a vitamix to make all my smoothies and it works amazingly. I recommend either using this or something similar.
As I mentioned, this smoothie recipe is perfect for a variety of different diets. It does not include milk, yogurt, or any animal products, so it is a great smoothie option for those who are vegan or allergic to dairy.
Likewise, it contains no refined sugar, only fruits and fruit juice, so it works well for those on the paleo or AIP diet. I realize some people stay away from fruit on these two diets, so use your own discernment. This may be considered a special treat for those on these diets (not something you want to eat every single day).
How to make a peach mango smoothie
Making your own peach mango smoothie is really not hard at all. Here are the steps you will need to follow:
Add the frozen fruit to the blender (vitamix recommended). I used a cup of frozen mango and 1 frozen banana to get a total of two 9 ounce servings, but you can easily double this if you want more yield!
Add peach juice to blender. I used 1 3/4 cups of the Country Peach Juice found at Trader Joes. I really love this juice, but you could try others as well! As long as it is a type of peach juice it will add a nice peachy flavor to the smoothie.
Blend all ingredients together until smooth. This is what the consistency of your smoothie should look like when done:
If needed, you can add a bit more liquid. You want everything to blend together nicely. The mixture should be smooth and thick, but no so thick that it jams the blender. Don’t be afraid to add more liquid if you need to.
What fruits does mango go with?
Typically, mango is paired with other tropical fruits like pineapple or papaya. These are all tropcial fruits. However, I think that it goes extremely well with peaches too! I have a feeling you will agree when you try this smoothie. 😄It has such a nice flavor all together, and I’ve added bananas too as these 3 fruits all work quite well together.
Smoothie Serving Size
A typical smoothie should be anywhere from 8-12 ounces to stay in line with a balanced diet. While smoothies are fairly healthy (especially when they are refined-sugar free like this one) they still have a lot of carbs and fruit sugar. It is generally recommended to stick to one 8-12 oz glass per day.
This smoothie recipe makes about 18 oz total, so two 9-oz glasses. Perfect to share with your partner or friend!
Can this smoothie be left in the fridge overnight?
Yes, I did test making this smoothie the night before so I could drink it for breakfast. It tasted fine in the morning, although the texture will change a bit. I definitely like it better overall when I eat it right after making.
If you do have leftover smoothie, a better solution may be making them into popsicles! You can pour extra smoothie into a popsicle maker and leave it to freeze overnight, and you’ll have a lovely treat in the morning.
More Peach Recipes:
3 Ingredient Peach Mango Smoothie
- 1 cup frozen mango (or 180 grams)
- 1 frozen banana (or 120 grams)
- 1 3/4 cup country peach juice
- Add all ingredients to the blender.
- Blend on high until smooth. If necessary, add a little more juice.
- Pour into 2 glasses and serve with a straw or spoon!
Smoothies are such a great breakfast or snack option in the summertime, and this peach mango smoothie is no exception. It is so quick and easy to make, with satisfying results. Make this when you need a super quick breakfast before work, or when you have some time to realx in the sun with friends. I truly hope you enjoyed this recipe! Don’t forget to check out all my recipes here.