This Peach Mango Strawberry Smoothie makes for a delicious and healthy snack! Filled with real, fresh fruit flavors and complimented with juice, it doesn’t get much better than this on a hot day. Make one serving for breakfast, or crank it up a notch to serve this smoothie to guests!Jump to Recipe
Mango Peach Strawberry Smoothie With Frozen Fruit
If you’ve been around the Ginger Divine blog for any amount of time, then you know I LOVE smoothies. There are endless amounts of fruit combinations to try, and I love enjoying as many as possible!
One of my favorite ways to make a smoothie is with frozen fruit. While some smoothies rely on ice to thicken them, this mango peach strawberry smoothie does not.
With a little fresh fruit, a good amount of frozen fruit, and a bit of juice, you soon have the perfect thick, extra-smooth smoothie! I’ll be showing you how to achieve that perfect texture in this post + recipe.
(Oh and did I mention? This recipe does not call for yogurt OR bananas!) 😉
You’ll just need 4 simple ingredients to make this smoothie at home:
Frozen Mango – I get a bag from Trader Joes and keep it in the freezer for all my smoothie needs. You’ll need about 1/2 cup to make this recipe.
Frozen Strawberries – A nice berry flavor is added with another 1/2 cup of frozen fruit—strawberries! I get the big bag from Costco. It lasts quite awhile even with all the smoothies my family makes.
Fresh Peach – If you have a summer peach sitting on the counter just begging to be used, this is the perfect opportunity! You’ll want a fresh peach that is extra-ripe. Seriously. The peach I used was desperate to be used up—it was wrinkly. I thought it would be bad, but it wasn’t! When I cut it up, it was extremely sweet and juicy, perfect for this smoothie.
White Grape Juice – I find that white grape juice is a great “neutral” fruit juice—meaning it adds sweetness and liquid to smoothies without overpowering the fruit flavors that we want to shine. While you can use any fruit juice you have on hand, I do love the way this smoothie tastes with white grape.
What Fruits Goes Well With Mango in a Smoothie?
While mango is usually paired with other tropical fruits like pineapple and coconut, I love the way it tastes with other fruits too! Here are some ideas:
How to Make a Mango Peach Strawberry Smoothie
It is extremely easy to make this smoothie at home! These are the steps you’ll need to follow:
Prepare 1 fresh peach. Slice it in half, remove the pit, and remove any portions of the peach that are hard or won’t blend well. (Here’s help with removing the pit from clingstone peaches).
Put the peaches, frozen mango, frozen strawberries, and fruit juice into the blender.
Blend on high until smooth and totally combined. Serve and enjoy!
Here’s what my smoothie looked like before, during, and after blending:
Serving & Storage
This smoothie is best if it is eaten right after being prepared. If it is left out, the frozen fruit will begin to melt, and pretty soon you’ll have more of a juice than a smoothie. While it can be stored in the fridge, I don’t recommend leaving it sit for more than a day.
As far as serving goes, you can make a single serving for breakfast or a snack! The recipe is written for one serving, BUT this smoothie is easy enough to ramp up for a crowd. I would double or triple the recipe, and then make it in a few different batches.
Recipes Tips & Adjustments
Another reason I love smoothies so much is because you can easily adjust them to fit your personal preferences. There are a variety of ways you can change up this smoothie…here are my best ideas.
- Add protein to make this a “power” breakfast smoothie. I love adding a few oats to my smoothie if I’m having it for breakfast. You can either add in a tablespoon or two after blending, or blend the oats right in at the beginning.
- Add other ingredients like chia seeds, protein powder, spinach, or Greek yogurt for extra creaminess.
- Add more fruit you have on hand. Do you have some fresh fruit on the counter/fridge just begging to get used up? Throw it into the smoothie!
- Swap out the fruit juice for whatever liquid you have on hand. You can use dairy milk, almond milk, etc. but you might just want to add in a bit of sweetner (maple syrup or honey) to make up for the sweetness of the juice that you’re losing.
Peach Mango Strawberry Smoothie RecipeCourse: BreakfastCuisine: AmericanDifficulty: Easy
Your perfect summer breakfast idea has arrived: a delicious peach mango strawberry smoothie! 3 yummy flavors mixed up into a refreshing, thick fruit smoothie might be just what you need. You won’t want to miss this smoothie recipe with fresh peaches, frozen mangos & frozen strawberries!
1 ripe peach
1/2 cup frozen mango
1/2 cup frozen strawberries
1/4 cup white grape juice
- Halve the fresh peach and remove the pit. Remove any hard bits that won’t blend well, then place in blender.
- Add frozen mango, frozen strawberries, and white grape juice to the blender.
- Blend on high until everything is smooth and combined. Adjust liquid amount to your liking.
- Pour into a glass, serve, and enjoy!
- You can sub fresh peaches for frozen if you’d like, but you’ll need to add a bit more liquid since this recipe relies on the liquid from the peach.
- You can also sub fresh mangoes/strawberries for frozen, but doing so will result in a much thinner smoothie. I recommend having at least some frozen fruit in it.
- Any neutral fruit juice can be used. Use whatever you have on hand. Just keep in mind you don’t want the fruit juice to overpower the natural flavors of the fruit.
Can I use all frozen fruit in this smoothie recipe?
Yes, if you’d like to you can use all frozen fruit by using frozen peaches rather than fresh. However, if you go with this option you will need to add more liquid—I would use 1/2 cup of juice rather than 1/4 cup.
Can mango be mixed with milk?
Yes, mango can definitely be mixed with milk! In fact, according to this article it is one of the best fruits to pair with milk due to its “sweet and buttery properties.”
Do you put ice in a smoothie?
It is up to you whether or not you put ice in a smoothie. Personally, I like to use frozen fruit instead of ice in my smoothies. When ice melts in a smoothie, it is not the most pleasant. But if fresh fruit is all you have on all hand, by all means, you can add a few ice cubes to a smoothie to thicken it up.
Is this strawberry peach mango smoothie healthy?
Yes, this peach mango strawberry smoothie is relatively healthy! It does not include any added sugar, but relies solely on the sweetness of the juice and the fruit. If you want to make it even healthier, you can add things like oats or chia seeds.
How do I make my smoothie creamy?
I have found the best way to make creamy smoothies is to either 1) add yogurt or 2) make them with frozen fruit. Obviously, you’ll want to opt for the second option if you are dairy-free.
Smoothie Recipes To Try Next:
- Strawberry Peach Smoothie
- Banana Pear Smoothie
- Easy All-Peach Smoothie
- Mango Cherry Smoothie
- Strawberry Grape Smoothie
- Strawberry Cherry Smoothie
Mango Peach Strawberry smoothies are a wonderful summertime snack to enjoy. The whole family is sure to love this recipe. Serve it with a side of fresh fruit, or maybe a bowl of oatmeal for breakfast. So what are you waiting for? Go grab some fruit, try it out, and let me know what you think!