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Mango Kiwi Smoothie In Three Simple Steps

This 3 step Mango Kiwi Smoothie is fresh, delicious, and best of all, healthy. It’s great for breakfast, as a snack or dessert!

A glass of Mango Smoothie with a white dish of diced mango sitting behind it on top of a painted wooden tabletop.

How is your summer going? I’m having a great time on so many levels! One of my highlights was a visit from my son, Michael. He lives in the Miami Florida area and is lucky enough to have a Mango tree in his yard! He knows how I love them and was thoughtful enough to bring me several of those beauties. They were perfect in this Mango Kiwi Smoothie created by Jennifer from Jennifer’s Cozy Kitchen.

Top view of a bowl of diced mango and kiwi on a placemat next to a spoon

Jennifer is just the sweetest blogger. She has a passion for cooking, something we both have in common, and when she offered to guest post on Hostess At Heart, I did an exuberant happy dance! So, without further ado, take it away Jennifer!

A mango and kiwi cut in half next to two smoothies on a green wood board

One of my favorite desserts is definitely the mango kiwi smoothie. This one has the taste that blends sweetness with a minty burst. Of course, my kids love this as well. It is a treat that you can make on any occasion and at any given time possible!

Aside from its taste, it is notable that this smoothie is very nutritious. After all, it is derived from mango and kiwi, which is a bountiful source of various vitamins and minerals.

A bowl of fruit, with Mango and Kiwi

If you want to enhance the flavor of this smoothie, you could also add other sweeteners like honey and sugar. You could still pour in some ice cubes if you want to have an extra cold or thick dessert!

This should make your mango kiwi smoothie recipe! It is a delicious treat that you and your family will surely love!

Making a mango kiwi smoothie is quite easy. As long as you got the right ingredients and kitchen tools, this dessert is pretty achievable! Of course, it is a great treat if you want food that could support your diet without displeasing your tongue.

RECIPES SIMILAR TO MANGO KIWI SMOOTHIES

You May Need:

  • Blender – I have this model and absolutely love it. I use it for soups or chopping veggies too.
  • 7oz glasses – are a perfect size or a morning smoothie.
A glass of Mango Smoothie with a white dish of diced mango sitting behind it on top of a painted wooden tabletop.
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How To Make A Mango Kiwi Smoothie in 3 Simple Steps

This 3 step Mango Kiwi Smoothie is fresh, delicious, and best of all, healthy.  It’s great for breakfast, as snack or dessert!
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 0 mins
Total Time 10 mins
Servings 2

Ingredients

  • 2 Mangos
  • 4 Kiwi
  • 2 Tbl sugar optional
  • 1 cup yogurt

Instructions

  • Add enough liquid to the blender so the fruit blends easily. It could be water or fruit juice.  In this recipe, I chose yogurt because it provides a rich and thick texture that is pretty desirable for a smoothie.
  • Add the fruit that you are going to use. In this recipe, our ingredient of interest is mango. Therefore, that is our base fruit. Ideally, you should mash the base fruit first with the liquid.  
  • After you mix the base fruit and the liquid, you can add other ingredients to provide another layer of flavor to your smoothie. In this recipe, we will be using kiwi. This particular fruit has souring properties that could perfectly balance the sweet flavor of mango.
    Peel off the skin of the kiwi and let the blender mash its flesh together with the initial mixture.

Notes

I usually freeze the mango first before using it in the smoothie. If you don’t want to use ice cubes, then the use of frozen fruits is an excellent alternative. It gives the frozen texture that we want our smoothies to acquire. Moreover, it also preserves the nutritional contents of the food.
You can freeze the mango by peeling its skin and slicing the flesh into cubes. Put the cubes on a cookie and freeze for 8 to 12 hours. It should work well for your smoothie because it is already cold! There is no need for ice cubes anymore!

Nutrition

Calories: 341kcal | Carbohydrates: 71g | Protein: 7g | Fat: 5g | Saturated Fat: 2g | Cholesterol: 15mg | Sodium: 63mg | Potassium: 1034mg | Fiber: 8g | Sugar: 59g | Vitamin A: 2065IU | Vitamin C: 229.4mg | Calcium: 228mg | Iron: 0.8mg
This recipe was calculated using the exact brands and measurements I used to make this recipe. If you are following a strict diet please note changing anything will cause the nutritional info to change. My calculations are intended as a guide only.
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I love Jennifer’s recipe and I think she did a great job on this recipe. I hope you’ll show her some love and visit her blog, Jennifer’s Cozy Kitchen. If you have any questions or comments for me or Jennifer, leave them below. I want to thank Jennifer for working with me to present an absolutely yummy Mango Kiwi Smoothie!

This 3 step Mango Kiwi Smoothie is fresh, delicious, and best of all, healthy. It's great for breakfast, as snack or dessert! | HostessAtHeart.com

Hello, I am Jennifer Smith, a simple housewife with two kids. I currently write on a personal cooking blog called Jennifer’s Cozy Kitchen. Obviously, my heart is inclined to eating and exploring various cooking methods and recipes. I am also an advocate of living and eating healthy. If you want to contact me for questions, comments, and suggestions, just message me on this address:[email protected]

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Recipe Rating




Mike

Tuesday 26th of May 2020

Great after my workouts

Kelsie | the itsy-bitsy kitchen

Thursday 20th of July 2017

This sounds delicious! I love mangoes sooooooo much!

Julie Menghini

Friday 21st of July 2017

Thank you Kelsie!

Debbie

Thursday 20th of July 2017

Whoohoo! I'm excited to see a smoothie recipe that doesn't include bananas (I'm allergic). Gonna give this one a whirl, Julie. Thanks for sharing!

Julie Menghini

Thursday 20th of July 2017

Thanks Debbie! Personally I don't love bananas in my smoothies so this is a keeper!

frugal hausfrau

Wednesday 19th of July 2017

I've never had these two flavors together but now I can see how great they'd be!! We like Kiwi a lot (brain food) and I love Mangos.

Mollie

Julie Menghini

Wednesday 19th of July 2017

Thank you Mollie! I can use all of the brain food that I can get!

Jennifer

Wednesday 19th of July 2017

Thank you very much, Julie!

Julie Menghini

Wednesday 19th of July 2017

This is a great recipe Jennifer and perfect for our hot weather...or anytime. Thank you for guest posting on Hostess At Heart!