Strawberry Mango Smoothie


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.

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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

Tags: , , ,    /   Categories: Recipes, Smoothies 

By: Jen Hansard | Updated: 12.17.2018 | COMMENTS: 380

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  1. Laura White says:

    Thought this one was ok, a little bland.

  2. Anna says:

    Late post for my day 2 smoothie. I loved that this smoothie wasn’t super sweet! Thawing my fruit helped so my Vitamix was better able to blend. The colour wasn’t the most appealing, mixing berries with spinach doesn’t always turn out great colour wise though it tasted great to me.

  3. Janette Thorpe says:

    Winner…tasted just like the title said. So far this one is at the top!

  4. Fiona Gough says:

    I swapped the almond milk or coconut just because that’s what I had on hand and used mixed berries for the same reason.

  5. Angela says:

    While mangos are great I prefer pineapple and subbed a mix for mine. The flavor is great although my strawberries weren’t quite in season. LOL!

  6. Bev Hildebrand says:

    Very tasty, I used both frozen strawberries and frozen mango and it was a bit difficult to get my Vitamix started. Should I be partially thawing some of the fruit?

    • SGS Rawkstar Jess says:

      Bev, thawing your frozen fruit a little will help with the blending. If you prep your smoothies, you could move your prepped container from the freezer to the refrigerator the night before or if you make them day of, you could add your frozen fruit to the blender and let it sit and defrost for 10-15 minutes before you blend.

  7. Tina M says:

    Day 2 smoothie – this one was okay but not as good as day one. We had cashew milk on hand so it made it extra creamy, but I would probably use water/coconut water instead of milk next time.

  8. Jean-Marc Beaudoin says:

    I tough it would be “pinkier”. Very light taste. Would be much tastier with soya “milk” but loosing the mango and strawberry taste. Very good.

  9. Beth says:

    I thought I would love this one, but found myself not really caring for the taste. It also came out much too thick, and I had to greatly adjust the liquid in it. This may have been my fault — all the fruit I used was frozen. I may try fresh mango if I try this one again in the future.

  10. Amelia says:

    Yup , this smoothie is very tasty it has all my favorite fruits , so blended together was very enjoyable. But the name is different than on the guide.

  11. Julia says:

    Loved every sip, delicious with strawberries and mango. I had a bit of kale and some spinach. Delicious!

  12. Margie Bowers-Daines says:

    I love the name Pink Flamango, but not the smoothie. Mine was a brownish green color (red & green make brown anyway), but it did have some pink flecks from the strawberries. It was very thick, slightly bitter and could have used a touch more sweetness. Perhaps I packed the spinach in the measuring cup too tightly. This one is not a favorite for me.

  13. Louise says:

    So good! Strawberries also have lots of iron. I ate them when I was pregnant and got away from taking iron pills! Love the blending tips!

  14. ktibet says:

    Didnt like this one. Felt Gassy & bloated all day after.

  15. Nicole says:

    Here for Rawkstar Bingo to rate Day 2 smoothie on the blog! Definite 5/5!!! The strawberries, almond milk, and mango actually gave my smoothie a pink color. I put spinach in the blender otherwise I never would have known there are greens in this smoothie!

  16. jennifer says:

    Not much of a mango fan but definitely a strawberry fan/

  17. Kate says:

    Drinking Pink Flamingo I kept getting feathers in my teeth so I switched to flaMANGO.
    I mixed water with the almond milk. It was ok

  18. LM Torres says:

    I enjoyed this one.
    I prepped so all fruit was frozen and it was a little thick but still amazing!

  19. Jack and Beverly says:

    Yay!!! Pineapple Dream Smoothie is delicious.
    We enjoyed making that one. Jack likes a little more
    green, but I like the sweet.

  20. Diana H says:

    This smoothie was enjoyable with the almond milk. I’m used to smoothies with base liquid of water so it was a nice creamy change.

  21. Sarah says:

    Pink Flamingo was not our favorite, but it was okay. I drank all of it and wasn’t sorry I did. I think I will add more strawberries if I make it again in the future. I got the full cup, but I think it could’ve used some more.

  22. Rochelle says:

    I’m out of the country and couldn’t get mango so I used a small banana instead. It was incredible!

  23. Linda G says:

    Maybe I had strawberries without much flavor, but I found this one to be bland. I added flaxseed. Next time I’ll add either banana or some nut butter.

  24. Marie-Claude Lafleur says:

    So yummy! I added the alkaline cubes and turned it into 2 meals on the go by adding lots of chia seeds!!

  25. Kathy says:

    Absolutely loved this one. I froze the strawberries and mango overnight and had a delicious semi frozen delight. Been making the smoothies for a drink around 3:30 PM to help with afternoon slump.

  26. Tammy says:

    Day 2 smoothie was good however I am not the biggest fan of almond milk. Going to try with water instead next time

  27. Melissa Chiappone says:

    I don’t like almond milk with my smoothies so I switched it up to coconut water. It was better then. Still to much fruit for me, but I did like this one much better than yesterdays

  28. Audrey says:

    Smoothie was good, however I think I would’ve liked it better without the almond milk. I think I’m going to stick with just water

  29. Krista Hannacker says:

    Another enjoyable smoothie! This one was lightly sweet and refreshing, I enjoyed the mango and strawberries together, something new for me. I will definitely make again! While I used fresh frozen fruit, I blended for a while in my Vitamix to help it be less thick, which worked great.

  30. Laura says:

    I have similar comments to another post, too thick, using frozen fruit.

  31. Lisa says:

    Very thick because I used only frozen fruit. I added some water to make it a little thinner. Not as sweet as the other smoothie, but it was still good.

  32. Jeannette Charles says:

    I am having so much fun with the recipes. I just love them. Its uncanny how all those vegies an fruit mix together can taste so good. Plus they keep me full for quite awhile. Just Awesome!!

  33. Natalia says:

    It’s not my cup of tea. I like strawberry with banana or other berries but I didn’t enjoy the combo of strawberry and mango.

  34. Atlanta says:

    I Made this with glow protein powder and chia seeds to make it a meal replacement.

  35. Sooz says:

    So delicious!

  36. Melanie says:

    Good, but I think it would taste delicious when strawberries are in season.

  37. Sandy says:

    This smoothie surprised me. I normally don’t like strawberries in my drinks because they are too sweet for me. However, the mango and spinach really smoothed them out for me. I used coconut milk instead of almond milk, which added a bit more of that “island” taste to it. I will definitely be coming back to this recipe after the challenge.
    Oh, and I always clean my machine this way. I don’t have a dishwasher, so letting the Vitamix clean itself is the only way I can be sure it is fully clean.
    Also, a note about yesterday’s smoothie: I took my leftovers with me this morning and it was still delicious even drinking it warm.

  38. Leslie says:

    I am using up my frozen fruit stash. Today I used peaches and raspberries with spinach, avocado, almond milk and coconut milk. I doubled the recipe and made smoothie cubes. Tasted awesome.

  39. Sara G says:

    Love love love strawberries! This will be a fave.

  40. Kristina M says:

    Better if you use fresh fruit. Frozen fruit made it too thick but tasted great. I added chia seeds and coconut oil for a meal replacement.

  41. Jemyra Ingram says:

    I didn’t care for the Pink Flamingo. It had to add more almond milk to complete my smoothie. It was a little thick and not green as pictured.

  42. Sandra S. says:

    Pink Flamingo is another all-star recipe. It’s yummy and so easy to blend up the pre-prepped package and run out the door in the morning.

  43. Carrie O says:

    Didn’t care for the texture so I added a banana. Next time I’ll try 1/2 avocado. Doubled the recipe. There was none left over

  44. Nancy says:

    Using frozen fruit and almond milk made it alot thicker and a bit tougher to blend. But I did enjoy it.

  45. Alonzo Marsh says:

    The color put me off a bit after making it, but my oh my, it was tasty. I had a great kick of energy right as I started my work day, it was awesome!

  46. Mary Anderson says:

    Love the name and love the combo of mango and strawberries.

  47. Fanny says:

    Smooth and tasty

  48. Jennifer Huang says:

    Love the strawberry flavor in this one.

  49. Timarie says:

    Today is my Day 1 of Green Smoothies in 2020! This is one of my favorites! My goal is to blend a green smoothie once per day every day this year! Thanks for this great recipe!

  50. Katie says:

    My daughter and I thought this one was just okay. Next time maybe we will make it with just water and not the almond milk.

  51. Sonjia says:

    That was very refreshing and yummy!

  52. Rita Maloy says:

    Super good! I goofed and forgot to blend just the spinach and almond milk first. It turned out fine; I just had to run the blender longer to take care of the spinach bits. Lesson learned! It tasted fabulous!

  53. Justina says:

    I loved it. I have had lots of smoothies and this by far is one of the best. Will be making often.

  54. Leah says:

    A nice balanced smoothie. Not too sweet, just right!

  55. Leasa says:

    I really liked this one! I think it was the almond milk. Mine isn’t as green as the pictures show. I did add some flaxseed, that probably changed the color.

  56. Amy Maxfield says:

    I really love creamy beverages! This one is beautiful! Made one for my son too. He is also participating in your wonderful healthy-eating challenge.

  57. Stephan says:

    Didn’t have any strawberrys so I use pear, apple, and banana……….yum…..

  58. Julie says:

    When my 12 year old son saw me adding the almond milk, his face lost the smile he had as he anticipated another smoothie. HOWEVER, he was so surprised that he actually really like it. I found it to be totally different and really liked it too!

  59. Susan says:

    This was a refreshing, light smoothie. I already use all the ingredients, just hadn’t put them together before but should have been a “no brained”!

  60. Leticia Johnson says:

    Another quick and easy recipe to make. I love anything mango.

  61. Nichole says:

    Good smoothie.

  62. Stacy says:

    This was so good I had to make a second batch for my kids.

  63. Mary Middleton says:

    Day 2 smoothie challenge – I’m not a fan of this one. Maybe I’m comparing it too much to yesterday’s smoothie, a home run in flavor & texture. This seemed a little bland. I added more almond milk because it came out too thick.

  64. Linda Mason says:

    I love mangoes but the hubs doesn’t. Having the strawberries (his favorite fruit) disguise the mango is a win for me.

  65. Patti says:

    So simple and good!

  66. Tracey Cofell says:

    Not a fave in our house but never know if you don’t try it!

  67. Tammy Verhulst says:

    I love smoothies. I love how you cannot taste the spinach which makes it great for kids, they don’t know how healthy it is.

  68. Peggy says:

    I’ve been making smoothies for my husband and myself. He has enjoyed them. I grind flax seeds before adding the other ingredients.

  69. Sally says:

    Refreshing and tasty. Yum!

  70. Terri Nelson says:

    This was not as flavorful as Day 1…. I know I can tweak the ingredients and may try adding another flavor in this next time

  71. Tanisha says:

    Another delicious smoothie!

  72. Carole Stojetz says:

    A great one!

  73. EricaRuth says:

    My strawberries weren’t the best but this was still good.

  74. Debi says:

    This smoothie was ok for us. Happy we accomplished Day 2.

  75. Vanessa says:

    I think this is my favorite! I made mine taste the best with coconut and cashew milk I really like it a little chunky I also added a drop of lemon essential oil soooo gooood

  76. Linda says:

    Day 2 smoothie was tasty. I always add protein and immune boosters. I added oats, greek yogurt, chia seeds and I had some leftover celery and carrot sticks from New Years so I put them in also.

  77. Heather says:

    It was good but missing the wow factor of yesterday’s smoothie.

  78. Jeremy says:

    Great for day 2. I add some vanilla plant protein and flax to these since I’m using as meal replacement, which ends up being surprisingly filling. I dont usually drink breakfast, but it’s a nice change.

  79. Tammy Bell says:

    I felt like this one was a bit tart but I used water not the almond milk

  80. Heather says:

    The taste is great, however the color was an almost brown/green color. Definitely not as bright as other green smoothies

  81. Michelle Panton says:

    This smoothie started off a little bitter. I believe it was not mixing with my dinner. I finished it after my meal and the taste improved. I believe the packagrd frozen strawberries may not have been sweet enough.
    My Nutibullet had difficulties blending this smoothie. Mangos and strawberries were frozen hard. Had to add sone extra liquid.

  82. faith says:

    todays smoothie was tasty, not at all hard to drink. I could get use to this.

  83. Michelle says:

    Very smooth and refreshing. What I am enjoying about these smoothies are their simplicity yet so tasty.

  84. Dianne says:

    Mmmm!

  85. Nidia Gago says:

    Nice blend!

  86. Ann says:

    Used coconut water and gasp, cow milk. And I just found out that one cup of frozen spinach is too much for the amount of fluid. (Hence, the milk.) I got baby poo colored ice cream……that taste amazing.!

  87. Margaret Eacker says:

    it was good but tasted more “green” than yesterdays. Very creamy and yummy just the same.

  88. Kim says:

    Really didnt care much for this one. If I made it again, I’d either add a banana, or double the mango. Just tasted like something was missing.

  89. Sharon Lemons says:

    Day 2 turned out much better than day 1.

    Why won’t this keep my star rating when I post it, I am trying to give it 5 stars

  90. Sharon Lemons says:

    Day 2 turned out much better than day 1.

  91. Meagan says:

    I started out making the pink flamango but not sure that’s where I ended up. I subbed peaches for mangoes but wish I would have just used the mangoes. I added half a zucchini, half a cup of full fat coconut milk from a can & some almond pulp from homemade almond milk. It was so creamy and delicious but again I do wish I would have just used the mangoes

  92. Lisa says:

    Not a bad smoothie but I think I would rather use coconut water instead of almond milk. I will definitely be making it again.

  93. Barbara Litherland says:

    Best way to enjoy my fruits and veggies

  94. Tina Migielicz says:

    I tried this with coconut milk and it was a little thick for me. I will stick to the recipe (or use water) next time.

  95. Jan Hickey says:

    I used water instead of almond milk. Not as sweet as day 1, but it has a pleasant strawberry taste.

  96. Sheri says:

    Enjoyed it to the last drop! I’m curious where the vitamin d comes from, the mango?

  97. Deb says:

    Enjoyed this smoothie but not as much as Beginner’s Luck. It became quite thick. Added water, and it was good to go.

  98. Julie says:

    One of my favorites! but I always have to add more milk, because it is so thick.

  99. Jen C. says:

    Refreshing and delicious.

  100. Stacy Ernst says:

    Loved the smoothie!

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