Banana And Mango Smoothie Recipe
A tasty and filling smoothie recipe
The Banana And Mango Smoothie Recipe is simple and wholesome smoothie and when the mangoes are in season, it becomes a perfect time to indulge in cold, refreshing breakfasts that don’t take time to prepare. Get the goodness of seasonal fruits, along with yogurt with its plenty gut-friendly bacteria and cooling properties to set you off on the right note to begin your day.
You can bulk up the smoothie and give extra fibre by adding in rolled oats or wheat-germ. Additionally, smoothies make it easy to consume your daily requirement of fruits. They say fruits are best consumed on an empty stomach, so your body absorbs all the nutrients in totality leaving little chance of fermentation and acidity.
Serve the Banana And Mango Smoothie along with Paneer Bhurji Wraps for a filling breakfast or just like that on a warm summer afternoon.
Other recipes that you can try are:
- 1 Mango (Ripe) , chopped
- 1 Banana , 2 small if it is the Elaichi Banana variety
- 1/2 cup Yogurt (Curd) , fresh
- 3 tablespoons Rolled Oats
- Vanilla Extract , just a dash
- Sugar , optional
- Ice cubes , optional
Directions for Banana And Mango Smoothie Recipe
To begin making the Banana And Mango Smoothie Recipe, peel and chop the mango and banana into a blender.
Add in the yogurt, rolled oats, vanilla and ice cubes and blend until smooth. Taste the smoothie, if not sweet enough add required sugar and blend again.
Pour the Banana and Mango Smoothie into 2 tall glasses and serve chilled along with Paneer Bhurji Wraps for a filling breakfast or just like that on a warm summer afternoon.
Revati Upadhya is a writer, avid blogger, die-hard lover of everything food, amateur photographer and self-taught home cook all wrapped in one. With over 7 years of experience in copywriting and marketing communication, Revati chose to distance herself from the corporate life to focus writing and other interests, closer to her heart. Her work has been published in print and on the web, including publications like burrp.com, Conde Nast Traveller, Goa Streets, Mint Lounge, and Huffington Post India. She is the voice behind Haathi Time, a personal blog that chronicles her life in Goa; and Hungry and Excited, her space for food-writing and selling homemade cake.