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Strawberry Mango Smoothie

By: Jen Hansard | last Updated: 12.17.2018 | COMMENTS: 378


Also known affectionately as “Pink Flamango,” this Strawberry Mango Smoothie was created by my very first SGS rawkstar team member, Dan Mottayaw.

That was 6 years ago, and now he’s got a little baby girl who will be gulping this smoothie down in a few more months, I’m sure! I mean, what’s not to love? Strawberries + mango is a fabulous combination.

Strawberries Have More Vitamin C Than Oranges

It’s true! Strawberries knock it out of the park in the vitamin C department. A diet rich in vitamin C will help keep your immune system in tip-top shape.

Strawberries are also low in sugar and high in fiber making them a great smoothie addition for anyone who is watching their blood sugar levels. The fiber helps avoid a blood sugar rush and keep your levels more stable.

3 more strawberry smoothies to try…

Mango: The Best Tropical Fruit

Okay, I know that statement is very subjective, but I really, really LOVE mangoes. I could eat them all day long and never tire of them.

Mango is like the tropical version of a peach. Juicy, sweet, chock full of vitamin A, fiber, and best eaten standing over the sink with juice dripping down your chin. No shame here! Add some mango to your smoothie and it’s instantly got an island vibe going on. I like to buy frozen mango in bulk from Trader Joes or Costco because it’s almost always cheaper than my local grocery store.

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This Strawberry Mango Smoothie is a Nutrition Powerhouse

Sipping on this smoothie will give you more than half a day’s recommended value of calcium and vitamin D. It’s also loaded with potassium, magnesium, vitamins A, K, and E; and essential of B vitamins. If you’re trying to incorporate more plant-based foods into your diet, check out this article on the health benefits of going plant-based.

Blend up this sweet and creamy strawberry mango smoothie and rate it below to let us know how you liked it!

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Strawberry Mango Smoothie

  • Author: Jen Hansard
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 1 minutes
  • Total Time: 6 minutes
  • Yield: 1 1x
  • Category: Drinks, Beverages
  • Method: Blending
  • Cuisine: Healthy

Description

This smoothie is also known as “Pink Flamango”. Strawberry and mango are the perfect compliments to one another in this recipe.  Both are mildly sweet, and draw out the flavors of the other. Add some creamy almond milk to the mix and you get a smoothie worth blending over and over.


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Ingredients

  • 1 cup fresh spinach
  • 1 cup almond milk
  • 1 cup strawberries
  • ½ cup mango

Instructions

  1. Place spinach and almond milk in blender.
  2. Puree until smooth.
  3. Add remaining fruit and blend again.

Notes

Use at least one frozen fruit to make the smoothie cold or serve over ice.

Keywords: strawberry mango smoothie, green smoothie, vegan smoothie, mango smoothie

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  1. April Koebcke says:

    Love that this is not too sweet . I used oat milk because I don’t really like almond milk.

  2. Ame W says:

    This one got 4 stars, only because the color is a little off putting. Close your eyes and it goes to 5 stars. It’s delicious and so healthy.
    Looking forward to the 30 day challenge and trying the carrot & banana version of this one.

  3. Teresa says:

    Day#2…. I like flavor… I read ingredients wrong and didn’t use enough strawberries but flavor good!

  4. Chilly says:

    Green smoothie my life!!! It’s totally change my life I feel increase energy!!!

  5. Erik Preston says:

    The smoothie was pretty good. I think the smoothie needs to be sweeter. Add another half of a banana.

  6. Monique says:

    It was good 🙂

  7. Elizabeth says:

    I found this one a little bland, I kind of wanted something a little tart so I added a little bit of unsweetened Lemonade for a kick of tartness and I loved it!

  8. Linette G says:

    I found this one not as sweet as the basic. I am a sucker for sweets. I am trying to reduce it though. I think next time I’ll add a 1/2 of banana.

  9. Laura Allison says:

    Another favorite. Thanks for making it easier to get fruits and veggies into my kids diet too!

  10. Wayne says:

    First time making this smoothie, will make it again.

  11. Lisa L says:

    The strawberry flavor really stands out! I liked it!

  12. LeeAnn says:

    I found this one a bit plain for my taste, I ended up putting 1/4 cup of cranberries and half a banana in it.

  13. Tiffany says:

    The taste is good. I was, of course, expecting a nice pink coloured smoothie but of course with the addition of spinach it will never be pink just a brownish green. Feels like it needs something, maybe a banana? Not sure. but overall it’s enjoyable and there’s no denying I’m putting something nutritious in my body.

  14. Gloria says:

    Good smoothie: however leaves me a little hungry after a few hours. I’m sticking to this though ‼️

  15. Bethany says:

    I love these smoothies. I’ve been blending smoothies for several years. These smoothies are simple and so nutritious. Even my husband drinks them. I’m looking forward to today’s (#2) smoothie with strawberries.

  16. Jeanette says:

    The pink flamingo was very good. Thicker than day 1 but still tasted good to me.

  17. Brittany Spencer-Jilek says:

    I traded coconut milk instead of almond milk which I think may have overpowered the other ingredients but I love the creaminess of this smoothie.

  18. Neil says:

    Tried your beginners luck smoothie yesterday and found it to be a different taste. I used frozen mango and pineapple and a fresh banana and it resulted in a slightly cool drink. Next time believe I will add a little ice to it to make it a little colder and not quite so concentrated. Not a bad start to a new experience, Looking forward to the trying the rest of the smoothies.

  19. Julie Rouse says:

    Another delicious smoothie. Thanks for encouraging us in this habit.

  20. Jamie says:

    Mine was a little tart but it was still yummy.

  21. Patricia Owens says:

    Today’s smoothie was a real winner for me. It had a great taste and texture and the sweetness of the strawberries and the creamy almond milk made it rich and delicious. I am a huge fan of mangoes in my smoothies and I added a bit of avocado for a extra creamy kick & some good fats. Great recipe!! ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

  22. Heather Smith says:

    This smoothie was good. I added a packet of stevia for a little more sweetness. So far day one has been my favorite.

  23. Connie M says:

    Another good way to start the day!

  24. Sue says:

    The pink Flamango didn’t thrill me. Not sure why. I love green smoothies. It could have been because I used unsweetened Almond/coconut milk??? I drank it, but I don’t think I’ll make it again. I am also using Kale instead of spinach since spinach is high in histamines and I’m avoiding allergies. Maybe that made the difference. Onward and forward to the next one.

  25. Robin says:

    This was good, not as good as day 1

  26. Lalannie Knoll says:

    A lighter smoothie that tastes superb. I love that the recipes packs a punch with the ingredients and is so flavorful.

  27. Stephanie says:

    Swapped out mango for peaches on two of ours. I think coconut water may have given this a tropical punch needed. It was ok.

  28. Phyllis L. Eisenstock says:

    Another great smoothie from you!
    Delicious!

  29. Efef Salem Wood says:

    Another great smoothie. I love how it’s not too sweet and tastes great. I don’t like anything too sweet so for me this was perfect. I bet it would taste even better with fresh local strawberries.

  30. Bobbie says:

    I love the green smoothie. I have the
    book and have had many of the smoothies.
    However I need the challenge to get
    back on track of my goal.

  31. Sandra McGuire says:

    I enjoyed this smoothie. It will be a nice summer smoothie when the strawberries are fresh. I find it easier to just chuck in 1/4 cup of almonds and a cup of water rather than bothering with the almond milk. I always have almonds on hand, and that’s part of the recipe for making almond milk. I just skip the straining step and enjoy blending it directly into my smoothie. I did add half an avocado to turn it into a meal.

  32. Janie says:

    Delicious!!

  33. Bonnie Tallaksen says:

    Not sure if its because of the plague that I’m currently dealing with, but this really was bland. I love mangos and strawberries, so I was a little disappointed. I will come back and try it again once I’m feeling better.

  34. Heather says:

    It was good but I prefer my smoothie flavor to have more wow factor.

  35. Sue says:

    I liked this smoothie, but so far day 1 is my favorite. Also my strawberries weren’t as ripe as they should have been. I bought the ripest ones they had though. I’m also not use to Almond milk so it wasn’t a flavor I am accustomed to. I will make it again though. I think I’ll try adding different things to give it more flavor.

  36. Amber says:

    This smoothie is yummy. I just wish my blender would have worked and mixed it up better.

  37. Jack and Beverly says:

    Wow the Pink Flamingo is OK, I have to say not my favorite, but I did enjoy it
    in a really cute poka dotted glass. I probably miss the frozen banana. We’ll try it
    again with that.

  38. Robin Westmiller says:

    Another really delicious and easy to make breakfast!

  39. Amy says:

    I enjoyed this smoothie just wish my mango was a little bit sweeter! I also added in my protein powder since this was my morning breakfast!

  40. Joyce says:

    Really loved this smoothie. Very tasty

  41. Ann Owens says:

    I loved this smoothie. I thought maybe it would be heavy, with the plant milk for the liquid. Instead my words for this one are mild, clean and gentle. Thank you!!

  42. Helen Thadathil says:

    This is my fave!!!, I can do mango everyday. I added Hemp seeds to mine,

  43. Clare Skinner says:

    Love the pink flamingo, strawberries are my fave fruit. Chucked in some chia seeds all blended lovely. Tasted fab breakfast sorted

  44. Stephanie says:

    Really good!

  45. Valerie says:

    I am a day behind so made my first green smoothie today and it was very good. Thank you.

  46. Cathy says:

    It was delicious .

  47. Pam T says:

    This one was tasty and a bit tangy. I used frozen strawberries.

  48. Debbie Ramer says:

    One of my favorite combinations for a smoothie, but
    I added super greens mix to.mine today, arugula, swiss chard and spinach, the greens are a little over powering but it’s still good!

  49. Sylvia Pedlar says:

    Loved the creamy taste. Not sweet like yesterday’s but just as delicious. Will definitely make it again.

  50. M.I. Kenison says:

    Pink Flamingo was delicious.
    You can’t go wrong with mangoes!

  51. Cindy Andress says:

    Pink Flamingo was not so pink (in fact color was a bit of a turn off) but fixed that by pouring into a red cup. Love the taste, though!! Had seen comments about it being too thick so added a bit of water and it blended perfectly.

  52. Gaylene says:

    Delicious

  53. Marianne says:

    Even though this smoothie is not among my favourite recipes from the challenges and/or the book, I made it anyway to benefit from all the goodness it contains. Next time I’ll try to remember to add in a few cherries to amp up the flavour.

  54. doris wiggins says:

    Wasn’t really prepared to make this smoothie. Dressed and out of the door at 5:50 am to get ingredients from grocery store. I didn’t get upset when I arrived at the grocery store and there were no fresh strawberries, or blueberries. (This happens to me almost every time when I need something specific for a recipe I want to try.) There was someone stocking produce so I asked if they had any in the back. Yes! They did and everything was on sale! I got everything home and blended enough for three servings, two for me and one for hubby to have when he decided get up? I enjoyed this mixture so much…this is only day two, but I believe I’m hooked.

  55. Valerie W says:

    I think this would be better with some fresh strawberries, as my frozen ones weren’t very flavorful so I didn’t taste the strawberry much.

  56. Deborah Gilbert says:

    So yummy. Just the right amount of sweet. I added a bit more almond milk than called for to thin it out. But still super thick. Love it.

    I made mine a complete meal with almond butter and coconut oil. Yum!

  57. Betty says:

    I found this smoothie too bland. I think another fruit with a stronger flavor may have boosted it for me.

  58. Raquel says:

    Delicious! Loved it! It was a bit thick so added an extra splash of almond milk. Great breakfast meal with added chia seeds.

  59. Jess says:

    I think I would have liked this recipe better if I used fresh instead of frozen strawberries. Still good, just not as sweet as I would like.

  60. Marcia says:

    Loved it! Tasted great and chocked full of Vitamin C.

  61. Andrea says:

    Delicious! I love fruit smoothies for breakfast and I’m always willing to try new recipes. This one is light, yet creamy and great fruit flavor.

  62. Terri Whaley says:

    Yum..

  63. Espy says:

    Delicious!

  64. Jennifer J says:

    Great recipe, but I found I had to add more liquid to my frozen fruits since the mixture seized in my blender. The flavor is great and the strawberry really shined through in this smoothie. Would make again, but add more liquid.

  65. CJ says:

    This smoothie is so delicious. It had a great taste of strawberry. I’m surprised at how well the greens are hidden in here. I did have to add some more liquid to make it drinkable. I think my blender is too strong in that respect

  66. Jeannette Pepin says:

    Really tasty! Loaded with Vitamin C. Great way to start the day.

  67. Melinda Velasco says:

    This is SO good!

  68. Jenn says:

    I started my day off with this bad boy and LOVED it!! It’s the perfect combination of sweet and tart (my strawberries were a little less on the sweet side lol). I’m loving the creaminess of these smoothies. Only 2 days into the 10-day challenge but I’ve always put my greens in the blender last, on top of everything else. What a difference making them this way!! Is it bad to have another one of these after my workout in the afternoon? 😉

  69. Christine says:

    Day 2 Smoothie, yummy and healthy! Entire family enjoyed it despite the green color 🙂

  70. AnnMarie says:

    Simply delicious! Easy peasy 4 ingredients….love it 🙂

  71. Elizabreth says:

    The Pink Flamingo -though refreshing- is not my favorite. But, used it as a meal replacement a few hours ago, adding plant based protein powder and water after I drank the first 5oz… and took it on the go commuting to school. Thank you for the recipe 🙂 *My little one snubbed his nose at it (but, he loved the first two (beginner smoothie and yesterday’s)!

  72. Amy W. says:

    Super thick. Just ok. I’m guessing I used too many whole frozen strawberries. I had to add a splash of water to get it to a drinkable consistency. To me the almond milk is meh.

  73. Marie Davino says:

    Frozen strawberries took a little longer to blend, and I thought it might be too cold because it is chilly outside! But is turned out perfect and yummy. Love the strawberry flavor, Day two yahoo!! 🙂

  74. Laura says:

    This smoothie was alright in taste. It wasn’t overly sweet, which was nice. Overall, this smoothie was tasty and easy to make.

  75. Melissa says:

    Great smoothie! I added a boost of hemp protein powder too. I’m amazed at how much energy I have!

  76. Precious says:

    Who knew mangos would be the key to delicious smoothies w/o a banana. This is a definite winner in my book!

  77. Valerie says:

    At first taste it wasnt my favorite but it kind of grew on me the more I drank it

  78. Mary D says:

    Day2 Smoothie – This one is alright. Not very sweet, which is ok for me, but I would probably like it better with just water rather than the almond milk. Took this one on the go with me to work.

  79. Deborah Jacobs says:

    Not very sweet. Not my favorite. I had frozen fruit, I wonder if I could have controlled the sweetness with fresh perhaps overripe fruit.

  80. Frances says:

    I forgot to rate it. Oh and it’s 11:04 am here.

  81. Frances says:

    I loved the smoothie. Mine wasn’t pink at all. Ok it had pink dots in it. I used whole almonds soaked overnight instead of almond milk.

  82. Shelley says:

    I really liked the taste of the pink flamingo. Though the smoothie was not pink. Without the spinach it would be. I added in fresh mint and chia seeds. It was really fresh tasting with the mint.

  83. Catherine says:

    Easy to make and delicious

  84. Sheila says:

    Yum!!!!! I had this smoothie for new year breakfast and it was fantastic! Feeling really good !!! It was very tasty and I added hemp and chia seeds to it~ Now it is time for some yoga!

  85. Cathleen Hall says:

    Not as good as the first one. Might need that banana. Im going to drink it.

    • SGS Rawkstar Jess says:

      That’s too bad you didn’t like it as much but that’s the beauty in trying different recipes, isn’t it?! You get to try new things and find out what you love and what you don’t. And, adding a banana to a smoothie you don’t really love the taste of is a great move and can turn a #smoothiefail into a save! 🙂

  86. Cristina Ribeiro says:

    Loved it! Delicious!

  87. Jennifer says:

    Loved the fruit combo! Strawberries are the key! Frozen ones are hit or miss. Especially here in Canada!
    Not so pink in colour but yummy! Thanks for bringing in the tropics while we live in cold! ☃❄️. Feeling like Florida with Pink Flamingo in my belly! ⛱
    Definitely a keeper-refreshing, sweet and healthy!! Love, love, love!!

  88. Stephanie S says:

    Loved this! The strawberry and mango is a nice, refreshing combo. Even the kids liked it. I know it’ll be even better when there are fresh strawberries available.

  89. Cecily says:

    I loved this smoothie. I liked the strawberries in it. Also it was a nice thickness and a very cold one with all the frozen fruit, it actually have me brain freeze a couple of times, lol.

  90. Bethany Vines says:

    Pretty good, but not as sweet as I’d hoped. Fresh strawberries are probably sweeter.

  91. Sandra says:

    I substituted “Oh Kale Yeah”. I had some fresh pineapple in the house so this was the obvious choice! Absolutely loved it! Rawked the 30 Day Challenge! Thank you!

  92. Erica says:

    Pretty good. Not as sweet as I’d like but during strawberry season I bet it’s amazing! Definitely gonna have it again

  93. Kathy Overstreet says:

    Loved this one, very light and yummy!

  94. Brittani Kendrick says:

    The pink flamengo is a great way to end the 30 day green smoothie challenge!!

    • SGS Rawkstar Carissa says:

      Hey Brittani,

      We have to agree!! This smoothie is the perfect ending to our challenge. So happy that you joined us for this awesome challenge 🙂

  95. Tanya says:

    Mangos make me think of vacation. This is a great time of year to be reminded of warm weather through a simple green smoothie! Yummy!!

    • SGS Rawkstar Carissa says:

      Hey Tanya!

      Yes this really does bring me to Hawaii laying on the beach sipping on my tropical smoothie. 🙂

  96. Kelly says:

    Not a fan of this one. I think it is the strawberries. Although I love fresh strawberries I don’t seem to enjoy them in a smoothie. I wonder if it is b/c I use frozen ones for smoothies.

    • SGS Rawkstar Carissa says:

      Hey Kelly,

      I am sorry you were not a fan of this recipe! Sometimes with strawberries if they are not perfectly ripe they will not taste that great and you will need to add in some extra sweetener. Also frozen strawberries can not be as sweet sometimes too. If you run into that again feel free to add some extra all natural sweeteners to your smoothie like these:

      https://simplegreensmoothies.com/recipes/green-meals/natural-sweeteners

  97. Pamela says:

    Love the pink flamingo. I have to say that this 30-day challenge has really changed how I look at starting my day. All of the recipes have been amazing and I have been feeling amazing! This will definitely be something I can do everyday for myself and my husband:-) Thank you Jen!

    • SGS Rawkstar Carissa says:

      Hey Pamela,

      We are so happy that you decided to join us for our 30 day challenge! This is one of the reason we love doing challenges because of how many new recipes you try!!

      So happy to have you and your husband a part of our smoothie community!

  98. SUSY CABAZZA says:

    This sounds delicious. Good nutritional information.

    • SGS Rawkstar Carissa says:

      Hey Susy,

      Thank you for the great feedback we love having the nutritional information on our smoothies too!

  99. MyKitchenWish says:

    My favorite smoothie flavor combo!

  100. Kayden says:

    Strawberry and Mango is quite good. Thanks Jen, noted!

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