This Mango Greens Smoothie is my breakfast of choice most weekday mornings. Filled with fresh fruit and vegetables, it is really tasty, filling and good for you! I just love making it with the fresh mango that is in season right now. It is filled with vitamins too!
This is also super quick to make if you prepare the ingredients in advance.
I have been drinking these for a couple of months because it has been a goal of mine to eat healthier this year. As you know, I love comfort food and desserts (especially cupcakes), but I do not like the extra pounds that come with them.
What I love about these is that they are easy to make, they are loaded with health benefits!
Within a few minutes, breakfast is ready! I make mine with fresh mango because it is one of my favorite fruits, but I change it out for pineapple once in a while too.
For a quick time-saving tip, put the ingredients in baggies in the refrigerator the night before and just dump them into your blender with ice.
With a little advanced preparation of the fruit, you can whip this up in about 2 minutes. It is creamy and refreshing and tastes like a milkshake and it costs only pennies to make!
Seriously this easy, simple recipe idea is not only a quick breakfast option - it is also a good way to sneak some green vegetables into your family's diet.
More Breakfast Smoothie Recipes
- Banana Smoothie - Delicious and rich - tastes like a dessert!
- Strawberry Blueberry Smoothie – This colorful smoothie is a wonderful blend of strawberries and blueberries.
- Strawberry Banana Smoothie – This one has the added taste of peanut butter for a flavor-packed drink!
- Berry Cherry Smoothie – this smoothie is made with plain yogurt for added dairy.
- Chocolate Smoothie Bowl - For the chocolate lover!
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Mango Greens Smoothie Recipe
Mango Greens Smoothie
- 1 cup ice cubes
- ½ cup cut mango pieces
- 1 handful spinach about ¾ cup
- 1 handful kale about ¾ cup
- ½ cup apple juice
- Put all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth
Cut up the mango pieces the evening before and keep in the refrigerator for use in this recipe and others.
Prewash the spinach and kale so it is ready to go. Have single served portions stored individually in the refrigerator at the beginning of the week to save valuable preparation time.
Do you love smoothies as much as I do?
For more Pineapple smoothie recipes - check out these (just click on the photo for the recipe):
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