Also known affectionately as “Pink Flamango,” this strawberry mango smoothie was created by my very first Simple Green Smoothies team member, Dan Mottayaw. That was 8 years ago, and now he’s got a toddler who gulps this smoothie down! It warms my heart to see kids growing up on leafy greens + fruit, like this delicious strawberry mango smoothie recipe.

green smoothie in glass jar with paper straw topped with fresh mango and strawberry cubes.
Table of Contents
  1. Powerhouse Smoothie Ingredient
  2. The Best Tropical Fruit
  3. Strawberry Mango Smoothie Recipe

Powerhouse Smoothie Ingredient

Did you know that strawberries actually have more vitamin C than oranges? It’s true! These sweet berries shine in this strawberry mango smoothie recipe, both in flavor and in nutrients. They can be used in any berry recipe as a substitute.

Strawberries are also low in sugar + high in fiber, which makes them a great smoothie addition for anyone who is watching their blood sugar levels. The fiber helps avoid a blood sugar rush, as well as keep your levels more stable. They are naturally sweet, so they are a great sweet treat in a smoothie, or straight off the stem.

If you love strawberries, then you need to check out these incredible smoothie recipes:

green smoothie in glass jar with striped paper straw sitting in a wooden crate next to a container of fresh strawberries.

The Best Tropical Fruit

Okay, I know that statement is very subjective, but I really, really LOVE mango. I could eat them all day long and never tire of them – blended in this strawberry mango smoothie as well as freshly peeled.

Mango is like the tropical version of a peach. It’s juicy + sweet and chock full of vitamin A and fiber. Make sure and stand over the sink while eating a fresh one, because you’ll have juice dripping down your chin. No shame here! Add some mango to your smoothie to instantly get an island vibe going.

I usually buy frozen mango in bulk from Trader Joes or Costco because it’s cheaper than my local grocery store.

green smoothie in a glass jar with a paper straw topped with fresh fruit.

Mango Smoothie Recipes

Mango can easily go from the main event in a smoothie, to a mild sweetener or creamy addition. I use it in a wide array of smoothies, and haven’t yet found a combo I don’t love! First learn how to cut a mango so you can enjoy all the benefits of this amazing fruit. Then try these smoothie recipes out for yourself:

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

green smoothie in a glass jar sitting on a striped tea towel next to a container of fresh strawberries.

Don’t forget to rate + review this recipe once you blend it! I love getting your feedback.

Strawberry Mango Smoothie in a cute crate
4.28 from 381 votes

Strawberry Mango Smoothie

This Strawberry Mango Smoothie is mildly sweet, and draw out the flavors of the other fruit. Add some creamy almond milk to the mix and you get a smoothie worth blending over and over.
Prep: 5 minutes
Total: 5 minutes
Author: Jen Hansard
Course: Beverage, Smoothie
Cuisine: Plant-Based
Serves: 1



  • Blend spinach and almond milk in blender until smooth.
  • Add remaining fruit and blend again.


  • Use at least one frozen fruit to make the smoothie cold or serve over ice.
  • Swap spinach with the leafy greens of your choice. 
  • Swap almond milk with the dairy-free milk of your choice. 


Calories: 137kcal, Carbohydrates: 26g, Protein: 4g, Fat: 4g, Saturated Fat: 1g, Polyunsaturated Fat: 2g, Monounsaturated Fat: 2g, Sodium: 351mg, Potassium: 526mg, Fiber: 6g, Sugar: 19g, Vitamin A: 3723IU, Vitamin C: 123mg, Calcium: 362mg, Iron: 2mg
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  1. 5 stars
    Day 2 – really liked the flavor – filling and helped curb my coffee intake

  2. 5 stars
    Strawberry and mango is one of my favourite fruit combinations! This time I put in cashew milk instead of almond, plus added some beet tops for extra greens.

  3. 3 stars
    Hmmm? Well, it was good but for me not great … didn’t have a sweetness to it like yesterdays BEGINNERS LUCK. I used Frozen Organic Strawberries (from Albertsons) & Frozen Mangos (from WalMart). I’m wondering if the Strawberries just don’t have flavor 0r maybe pineapples from yesterdays smoothie are just sweeter in general? I am a NEWBIE with VitaMix & Smoothies so trying to figure it all out. I’ve had my VitaMix a couple of months now & have been experimenting but have found I definitely need guidance. I have read that with VitaMix I should be able to put all ingredients, at least with todays STRAWBERRY MANGO BOOST recipe, in at one time & then Mix. My VitaMix stops (motor runs but blades are not turning products. Other times I hear a pulsing motor sound? Is all this normal?

    1. Hi Dawn – Such great questions! Fruit can lose flavor if it’s been in the freezer for a super long time. Next time you could try adding additional strawberry or swap out the frozen for fresh. And you are right – Vitamix is a powerhouse that can handle anything you throw at it! The pulsing sound can be normal, yet if the blades are spinning and not moving your ingredients that’s a signal you need to add more liquid. Despite the awesomeness of Vitamix, we still recommend blending your liquid and greens first, then adding your other ingredients to finish blending.

    2. 4 stars
      i didnt add anything extra, just used oatmilk instead of almond milk. this tasted really good, i really liked it. the only problem was it turned a really unappetizing color. great recipe

  4. 5 stars
    A little less sweet, but that’s a good thing as I’m trying to cut back on sugar, nice and creamy too,

  5. 4 stars
    I subbed blueberries for strawberries because I needed to use them up. The first sip was a bit off-putting (I think the frozen mango I got wasn’t ripe when it was frozen) but it got better as I drank it.

  6. 3 stars
    This was my first smoothie with almond milk! It was a nice change – I ended up using unsweetened almond with coconut milk. The lower stars simply reflect the more brownish colour and enjoyed it a little less than all the other excellent recipes!

  7. 3 stars
    Found the strawberry flavor really lacking… probably from using frozen. Will try again with fresh strawberries sometime?

    1. Fresh strawberries would be a great idea, Lesley! Over a super long time in the freezer, fruit can lose flavor. So fresh would help get that stronger strawberry flavor you’re looking for.

  8. Don’t usually like almond milk in my smoothies but this seems to give it a creamy taste. Tasty and not too sweet.

  9. 5 stars
    I made this with my first try at homemade almond milk. Yummy! One of my favourite smoothies!

  10. 5 stars
    Came out brown in color but was delish. Not too sweet. I added lime zest and a few sprouted sunflower seeds.

  11. 4 stars
    I’m not typically an almond milk fan -but, found this refreshing! Almost did my automatic sub for coconut milk and glad I followed the recipe!

  12. I can only give a ⭐️⭐️ rating on this Strawberry Mango Smoothie. And that only because it’s a green smoothie and healthy! I even tried to help boost some flavor by adding almond butter! No go! Will not blend this recipe again!

  13. 3 stars
    Not my favorite one but still tasty. Probably wouldn’t make this one on my own, but I am happy I tried it!