It is no secret that smoothies are the ideal summer breakfast/snack with a long list of benefits, especially if they are made without any additional sugars, just like this peach mango smoothie recipe.
Over the years, I have shared so many Superfood Smoothie Recipes and have no plans of slowing down. If you are a fan as well, be sure to check out Cantaloupe Smoothie and Mango Turmeric Smoothie, both of which are perfect for warmer months.
To make this peach mango drink, you will need fresh mango, peach slices, fresh orange juice, ice cubes, and your favorite yogurt.
Substitutions & Possible Add-Ins
- Frozen Fruit: If fresh peaches and mangos are not in season, you can always make this mango and peach smoothie with frozen peaches and mangos. If you’re going to use frozen fruit, make sure you use less ice. Using ice and frozen fruit results in a really thick smoothie, almost like a peach mango puree. Of course, if you’d rather have a smoothie with a thicker consistency, you can always make a smoothie bowl.
- Yogurt: Greek yogurt is a key ingredient to give this smoothie the creamy texture and tangy taste that pairs so well with sweet tropical fruits. The good thing is that you can use any type of yogurt. I have also made this smoothie using my vanilla yogurt many times and it turned out great. For a low-fat option, use skim milk yogurt; for a vegan smoothie, use vanilla almond milk yogurt or soy milk yogurt. If you want to enhance the peach flavors, you can even add in a coconut milk-based peach yogurt. And if peach and mango smoothie with yogurt is not your thing, add a handful of unsalted cashews to achieve a similar consistency.
- Add a banana instead of sugar: While I think that ripe peaches and mangos make this smoothie sweet enough, if you want to add a bit more sweetness, I recommend adding a ripe banana. A refreshing peach mango banana smoothie is ideal, especially if you are serving it to kids as a poolside snack.
- Add in some protein and more superfoods: As it is with any smoothie recipe, you can add in a tablespoon of hemp seeds, chia seeds, ground flaxseed, or even your favorite protein powder for an added nutritional boost.
- Play around with adding other fruit: Add a touch of tropical flavor to your summer fruit smoothies by adding pineapple, strawberries or any of your other favorite fruits in season.
- Make it a juice instead: Want to make it a peach mango juice recipe? While it is healthier to eat fruit as a whole (or in pureed form like it is in this recipe), you can strain it through a colander to turn it into a juice instead.
- Add greens: If you’re a fan of green smoothies, add a handful of spinach or kale to make sure you’re getting your daily vegetable intake.
- More flavor: Adding a dash of vanilla extract or maple syrup to your mango peach yogurt smoothie is a quick and easy way to elevate the overall flavor of the drink.
How to Make This Recipe
Making this tropical mango peach smoothie cannot be easier. Here are the steps:
- Blend ingredients: Combine mango chunks, peaches, orange juice, yogurt, and ice cubes into a blender. Pulse your ingredients a few times before blending them at high speed until it has a smooth consistency.
- Serve: Pour your smoothie into your favorite glass. I like to garnish it with hemp seeds on top before serving, but it’s optional.
How to Store
Store your drink in a cup with a lid (like a mason jar) for easy storage. It should be good for up to two days. Note that the longer it stays in the fridge, the more liquid it will become. Make sure you shake it up before serving it.
Peaches blend well with oranges, strawberries, apricots, and pineapples.
This smoothie recipe has 278 calories per serving. Please review the recipe card below for more nutritional information.
You can add various kinds of fresh fruit to your mango puree smoothie recipe to make it even more flavorful. Different fruits such as strawberries and raspberries are great for summer months, whereas a ripe banana is a great option for all-year-round.
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Peach Mango Smoothie Recipe
- 1 cup mango cut into large chunks from 1 large ripe mango
- 1 cup peach cut into large chunks for 2 small or 1 large ripe peach
- ¾ cup orange juice or pineapple juice
- ¼ cup Greek yogurt or any other one of your favorite yogurt
- 1 cup ice
- Place all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth. Serve right away.
- Fruit: If fresh fruit is not available, you can use frozen mango and frozen peach instead. If you use frozen fruit, I recommend adding half the amount of ice.
- Yogurt: You can use any type of yogurt you like here, homemade vanilla yogurt or even your favorite brand of vegan yogurt would also work.
Great smoothie especially for kids. I have a ton of peaches to use this time of year. -Anna
SO happy to hear that you liked it Anna. Thanks for stopping by.
This one sounds so good! I rely too much on bananas for my smoothies and I’d love to branch out a bit and try banana-free. 🙂 Your morning ritual sounds truly wonderful. The days I start out with a few quiet moments of mediation are always better. The gratitude journal is such a good idea. I try to keep a mental list of things I’m thankful for, but I think writing it all down is probably so much more effective. Thanks for the nudge and inspiration. xo
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I love a good morning routine. That said, I’ve been out of one for a while now :/ . I used to write in my gratitude journal, but I felt like I was being redundant with my gratitude. Not sure it was the best use of my time. But it really IS an excellent use of time (my internal conflict). I need to get back on it.. it really is important and helps me focus on the good things… there are SO many good things. Thank you for your inspiration… and this smoothie! I love smoothies, every. single. day. That coconut milk does wonders for a creamy texture. You’ve captured it beautifully Aysegul!
I can totally relate to what you mean when you say “being redundant with my gratitude”. It can be like that and I sometimes struggle with that as well. However, I think a part of it is about being gentle with yourself as well. Sometimes it is hard to think of what I am grateful about, but when that happens I try to find the simplest of things to be grateful for. Things like, I have hair, I have a comfortable bed to sleep, I have a computer, etc. You know what I mean? We all go through those “internal conflicts” and it is totally fine.
Smoothies are great and this summer (even with this colder-than-normal Vermont temperatures), I have been having lots of them and it has been great. 🙂
I hope you are well. <3
Much love my friend.
PS: We need to get back to our chats! 😉