Made with simple 5 ingredients, this banana mango strawberry smoothie is creamy, protein-packed, and super refreshing. It comes together in less than 5 minutes, is healthy, and can be made dairy-free!
High protein banana mango strawberry smoothie
I am a massive mango lover! They are perfectly sweet, have the best flavor, and make for the best smoothie additions. The best part about this recipe is that you can use fresh or frozen mangos. So you don’t need to wait for mangos to be in season.
Not only is the banana mango strawberry smoothie easy to make in 5 minutes, but it only calls for five simple ingredients. You need a banana, some strawberries, a mango, some milk, and some yogurt. It’s creamy, thick, and addictive!
My favorite thing about this banana mango strawberry smoothie is that it has 15 grams of natural protein from the yogurt! You can certainly add extra protein powder if you want, but there is no need. This smoothie is the perfect healthy high-protein snack, breakfast, and dessert. I cannot wait to hear what you think!
Why you’ll love this smoothie recipe:
- 5 Ingredients: Made with five simple ingredients.
- No Added Sugar: This smoothie is sweetened with fresh fruit only.
- High Protein: with 15 grams of natural protein.
- Make it Vegan: Easily make it dairy-free and vegan.
- Super customizable: You can add protein powder, college powder, hemp seeds, or chia seeds.
- Fresh or Frozen Fruit: You can use either or a combination.
- Try this blueberry banana protein smoothie or this mango pineapple smoothie next!
This banana mango strawberry smoothie calls for five healthy and simple ingredients. You’ll need a banana, a fresh or frozen mango, strawberries, some milk, and some Greek yogurt. Here is a list of all the ingredients so you are prepared:
- Banana: I used 1 large frozen banana and chopped it up so it blends easily. You can use a fresh banana if needed, but make sure you use frozen mango and strawberry if that is the case so the smoothie is thick.
- Mango: You need 1 mango (skin removed) or 1 cup of frozen mango. This adds the perfect flavor and sweetness to the recipe!
- Strawberries: I love strawberries; they are the perfect summer fruit. You can use fresh or frozen.
- Milk: I used unsweetened almond milk, but you can use oat milk, cow’s milk, cashew milk, or your favorite type.
- Yogurt: I used 0% Greek yogurt, but feel free to use 2% or 5%. You can also make this smoothie dairy-free by using dairy-free yogurt.
How to make a banana mango strawberry smoothie
This recipe is so easy to make! Just blend all your ingredients into a high-speed blender and enjoy your smoothie in less than a few minutes. It’s great for breakfast, a snack, and even a dessert. Here are step-by-step directions:
First, add all ingredients to a high-speed blender.
Then, blend until smooth and creamy.
TIP: For a thinner smoothie, add more milk. Add a bit more frozen banana or a few ice cubes for a thicker smoothie.
Finally, pour it into a glass and enjoy!
Tips for making a thick smoothie
- Use frozen bananas. Use a chopped-up frozen banana to help thicken your smoothie naturally without adding a ton of ice. This trick makes super thick and creamy smoothies rather than icy ones.
- Use frozen strawberries or frozen mangos. This trick not only saves you money since frozen fruit is cheaper and has the same nutritional value as fresh ones, but it also helps make your smoothie extra thick.
- Start with the minimum amount of milk. You can always add more milk if you want a thinner smoothie. Start with a 1/2 cup and add from there.
- Add a few cubes of ice. I never add more than 8 ice cubes to my smoothies because it can make them “icy” and not creamy. But adding a few helps make them thicker.
Should I use fresh or frozen mangos?
You can use fresh or frozen mangos for this smoothie, so you can enjoy this recipe all year long without waiting for mangos to come into season.
- Fresh: If you use fresh mango, make sure to use a frozen banana and strawberries to keep your smoothie super thick and creamy.
- Frozen: If you are making this smoothie recipe when mangos are out of season, you can certainly use frozen mango chunks. In that case, you can use a fresh banana if desired.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I make it dairy-free?
Yes, you can make this smoothie dairy-free by using dairy-free milk and your favorite dairy-free yogurt. I like almond milk yogurt, oat milk yogurt, or coconut yogurt.
Is this recipe vegan?
This banana mango strawberry smoothie is 100% vegan if you use dairy-free yogurt and plant milk.
Can I add protein powder?
You can certainly add more protein to this banana mango strawberry smoothie by adding 1 scoop of unflavored or vanilla protein powder.
Can I double or triple the recipe?
You can easily double or triple this recipe. Simply follow the same instructions and ensure your blender is big enough to hold all the ingredients.
Can I use a fresh banana?
You can certainly use a fresh banana in this recipe. If you do, I recommend using frozen strawberries and frozen mangos so the smoothie is thick. You can also try adding 1 – 5 ice cubes if needed.
How to store and freeze leftover smoothies:
You can freeze smoothies for up to 3 months for meal prep. I like to freeze them in ice trays and store them in freezer-safe bags as “cubes.” When you are ready to enjoy, simply add to a glass and let thaw in the fridge for a few hours or overnight. You can also blend the smoothie ice cubes for a quick thaw.
If you loved this smoothie recipe, try these ones next!
- Banana Mango Strawberry Smoothie
- Snickerdoodle Smoothie
- Banana Peach Protein Smoothie
- Mango Pineapple Smoothie
- Protein Acai Bowl
- Strawberry Smoothie Bowl
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Banana Mango Strawberry Smoothie
- 1 large frozen banana, chopped
- 1 fresh mango or 1 cup frozen mango pieces
- 1 cup frozen or fresh strawberries, remove stems if using fresh
- ½ cup milk, almond milk, oat milk, cashew milk, or regular cow's milk
- ½ cup yogurt, Greek yogurt or dairy-free alternative like almond milk or coconut yogurt
- Optional Add-Ins: 1 scoop collegen, 1 – 2 tbsp chia seeds, 1 – 2 tbsp hemp hearts, 1 scoop plain or vanilla protein powder
- Add all ingredients to a high-speed blender.
- Blend until smooth and creamy. For a thinner smoothie, add more milk. For a thicker smoothie, add a bit more frozen banana or a few ice cubes.
- Pour into a glass and enjoy!
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