Out-of-this-world mango coconut smoothie (vegan+dairy-free)

Mango smoothie recipe

Mango coconut smoothieWhen I say out of this world, I really do mean out-of-this-world. It’s like sunshine in a jar,  warm summer rain, delicious, creamy treat that you can have for breakfast- totally guilt-free. I promise.

This smoothie is ridiculously tasty. It’s thick and creamy, juicy and very filling, yet light at the same time. I’m sipping on this right now, looking out the window, watching the icicles melt, wishing spring would hurry up.

Vegan and dairy free smoothie recipe

Mangoes are not only incredibly delicious, but they’re also packed with antioxidants, have high levels of fiber and are known to improve skin, lower cholesterol and help boost the immune system. To make this smoothie I also used vanilla-flavored cultured coconut milk, which is an awesome dairy-free alternative to regular yogurt (if you can’t eat dairy or are vegan), and organic coconut water that’s packed with electrolytes.

Mango coconut smoothie recipe

Mango-Coconut Smoothie

2 cups of mango (you can use fresh or frozen, I used frozen)
2 bananas (again, you go with both ripe or frozen)
4 cups of organic, coconut water
1 cup of coconut yogurt

Place all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth, if it comes out too thick you can add more coconut water. Top of with unsweetened coconut flakes to add a little crunch. This recipe will make three, generous servings.

What I also like to do sometimes is pour my smoothie in ice-cube trays and freeze it. Then, if I happen to make a green smoothie (or any other), I can add some of this mango goodness to it, by throwing a few of those frozen smoothie cubes with my ingredients. It’s like a fun mix-and-match game ;) .

Mango smoothie recipe


  • Reply
    Sophie Sierra
    March 8, 2015 at 5:41 pm

    OMG! So in love with this love. Sunshine in a jar for sure ;) This looks blissful for Spring, and the perfect drink for throughout summer season. Also love that the smoothie is filling yet light. A win-win for sure. The vanilla milk sounds really dreamy and the coconut flakes add such a stunning finish. Gotsta catch the next flight out to NJ just to sample that smoothie haha! Recipe Queen strikes again: IIIIII :P

    As always the gorgeous presentation of your recipe is so on point, that straw is the cutest :D I’ve never seen anyone shoot food/recipe/lifestyle posts so beautifully nor seen anyone capture the essence of them so magically. Still can’t believe what a true talent you are.

    SO very proud of you and even prouder to call you my friend <3

    Sophie | soinspo xo

    • Reply
      March 9, 2015 at 9:09 pm

      Nawww thanks so much my Love! Ahh you know if you ever happen to catch flight out to NJ I will make you a four-course meal and then some! Really, anytime!! ;) ;) I’ll welcome you with open arms, and I’m sure you know that already!

      These paper straws really are pretty cute, aren’t they? I have them in so many different colors and yellow happens to be one of my favorites ;)

      Thank you Sophie, you’re the sweetest, I feel the same exact same way! Love you! <3

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    March 9, 2015 at 4:39 am

    looks super delicious :)

    • Reply
      March 9, 2015 at 9:09 pm

      Thank you. ;)

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    March 10, 2015 at 11:56 am

    This looks delicious. I’m wondering if I could subsitute the coconut yogurt and coconut water for coconut milk because I have that in. I’m going to try this out.

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      March 10, 2015 at 11:58 am

      Thank you! You sure can! ;)

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    March 10, 2015 at 1:59 pm

    This looks so good can’t wait to give it a whirl, which brand of yoghurt n water did u use out in interest? Xx

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      March 12, 2015 at 3:40 pm

      I used Purity Organics coconut water, yogurt was homemade (a gift from my friend ;) ).

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    March 12, 2015 at 6:33 am

    Sounds absolutely delicious! Definitely a good wake-me-up smoothie or a nice one to add some chocolate flakes to…Forever adding chocolate to EVERYTHING.

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