Powered by Mom Shares Her Banana Coconut Mango Smoothie Recipe
It’s another round of smoothies at our house. We drink smoothies almost every day so we’ve got to keep changing it up so we don’t get bored. We do green smoothies, berry smoothies, chocolate smoothies, dessert smoothies and more. Here’s our latest yummy creation.
This banana coconut mango smoothie is a family favorite and brings a tropical flair to our smoothie recipes. I love mango and coconut so to put them together is a dream for me. I always put bananas in my smoothies as well no matter what the ingredients as bananas just add the touch of sweetness that you need and tends to balance out other strong flavors. Remember to always use a top quality protein powder, it makes all the difference if you want to pack in some fabulous nutrition into your smoothie! We use Garden of Life protein powders as I know I can trust their ingredients, they’re always Non-GMO, USDA organic and more!
Now here’s the easy peasy smoothie recipe.
Banana Coconut Mango Smoothie Recipe
- 1 big scoop of protein powder (vanilla or plain)
- 1 tbsp of ground chia seeds (or flaxseed) optional
- 1 1/2 cups of unsweetened almond milk (can use milk or water)
- 1 banana (I use frozen ones, if using fresh add ice)
- 1 cup of diced mangos (frozen or fresh)
- 2 tbsp of flaked coconut (or to taste)
- 1/2 tsp vanilla extract (optional)
- I always put in the powders first as it's easier to blend that way.
- If you like a thicker smoothie like I do add a little less liquid
- Blend and serve.
- Serves 1
- Tip 1: don't throw away over ripe bananas freeze them and use for smoothies that's what I do all the time!
- Tip 2: If you don't have frozen or fresh mangos you can use mango juice but try to keep it to 1/2 cup so it's not too much sugar. Adjust other liquids accordingly.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 0Total Fat: 0g
Feel free to tell us what your favorite smoothie ingredients are!
34 thoughts on “Banana Coconut Mango Smoothie Recipe”
I can’t wait to get this protein powder and try out this shake and some other recipes. Thank you so much for sharing this
This looks sooooooo yummy!!!! Can’t wait to try it!
I bought a blender just so I can make smoothies. I think so far, I’ve only made one. The blender I have isn’t very good. It over heats before it mixes.
This looks beyond tasty. I need to try it out!
Thanks so very much for sharing your delicious recipe for Banana Coconut Mango Smoothie! It really sounds tasty! I’ve always been interested in “healthy” smoothies, however, never had the means to purchase exactly what I need like the Protein powder! I love fruit and ice and I want to be able to make a “healthy” smoothie! Thanks again for sharing your terrific recipe with all of us! I honestly do appreciate it! Thanks again! Michele 🙂
It looks delicious. Thank you for the great recipe. I’m planning to try this smoothie one day.
This looks delicious! I cannot eat gluten so I love that it is grain free!
Wow this recipe looks delicious!! Definitely will be trying this one! 🙂
Love how this sounds and looks. I love smoothies!
Thanks for the recipe! Our family is always looking for new smoothie ideas!
I love making smoothies and this one sounds really yummy!!
I’ve always been wary of protein shakes, but I have to say this one sounds really healthy and tasty! I’m up for anything with banana and I don’t mind coconut either!
I never thought of flaked coconut as a smoothie ingredient before, and now I have to try it. Thank you for the recipe.
I love a good smoothie recipe. They’re healthy and filling. I drink them in place of a meal.
I could totally go for this, this morning….tasty! I’ll have to check out Garden of Life!
This sounds like it would be wonderful! I usually am pretty boring and always stick to the same strawberry and banana smoothies, but I would be willing to go out on a limb for this!
I always have frozen bananas in my freezer for smoothies. They go in just about all of mine.
it sounds good 🙂
I love smoothies and for some reason, I’ve never thought to use mango with it! I’ll have to give it a try!
I will look for powders that are trustable that are Non-GMO, USDA organic.
Oh my gosh this sounds so good!! I have started making smoothies and I definitely need to try this!!
I open up the blog today and this is what I see first. If it was not so late I would be making this. Thank you for the recipe.
WOW! I think I’d Love this recipe more than the Banana Chocolate Coconut one! This Smoothie really sounds good! I’m wondering if I could substitute Peaches for the Mangos???? I don’t generally have any kind of mangos in the house, however, we do have peaches! I have some bananas which I froze and I do have some almond milk which I bought to try! I found a small container of it and then I saw that the large container was on sale for almost the same price as the small one! I bought the big one! So far I’ve tried it in my coffee and also in a milkshake/smoothie type mix and it’s pretty good! I was afraid that I would hate it, but, I don’t hate it! Imagine that! LOL Thanks so much for sharing this recipe with all of us! I honestly do appreciate it! Michele 🙂
So glad to hear that you like almond milk MIchelle 🙂 yes you can substitute with peaches as I’ve done it 🙂
I like the idea of using frozen bananas. It seems like that might give you almost a cold milk shake consistency.
Exactly it does!
Thanks for the recipe. Sounds really good.
OMG This looks delicious! I am saving this to my must try list!
I’m always looking for more protein in my diet each day so this looks really good to drink for me in the morning to start my day.
Sounds really good. I will have to try.
Sounds delicious. I want to try the organic plant protein powder. I use the whey isolate but I am not a huge fan of it.
Thank you for the recipe. We have not really tried a smoothie before, but I would like to try this one.
This sounds amazing. I love tropical flavored smoothies. I bet a little pineapple would be a great addition too!