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Mango Banana Smoothie

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Adjust Servings:
1 cup chopped ripe mango
1 cup chopped banana
1/2 cup milk
sugar or honey (as required)
ice cubes (as required)

Nutritional information

118.83 g
9.09 g
6.43 g
57 mg
12 mg

Mango Banana Smoothie

  • Veg
  • 20 mins
  • Serves 2
  • Easy



The king of fruits, mango, is known for its unbeatable taste. As it’s a seasonal fruit, children and adults crave for it alike. For rest of the season, people depend on artificially enhanced juices which causes more harm than good. If you’re in India, you would probably head to the farmer’s market purchase a basket or two fresh juicy mangoes. If you have bananas at home, you can blend these to powerful ingredients and make a smoothie. Mango and banana combination are hard to describe, but you can be assured it’s worth it. The taste is mostly dominated by mangoes. So, for all the mango lovers, it’s good news. Also, its very easy to prepare and far better than the bottle or carton juices.

Health Benefits

Mango is a low-calorie fruit and is high in fiber. Research confirms that antioxidant compounds in mango fruit have been found to protect against colon, breast, leukemia and prostate cancers. The vitamin C and vitamin A present in mangoes keeps our immune system healthy and strong and also helps to maintain good eyesight and prevents night blindness and dry eyes

Banana is loaded with potassium and fiber. It has powerful antioxidants, which reduces the risk of heart diseases and degenerative illness, weight loss. They may help relieve muscle cramps caused by exercise. Banana protects your skin and other cells against free radical damage.

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How to make Mango Banana Smoothie

  • Add chopped ripe mangoes and bananas into a blender.
  • Add milk, sugar or honey (as per the taste) and ice cubes.
  • Blend until smooth.
  • Transfer the smoothie into serving glasses. Garnish with fruit chunks if you desire.
  • Serve it immediately.


Many types of smoothies are part of Indian, Mediterranean, and Middle Eastern cuisine.

Health food supplies on the West Coast of the United States began selling smoothies in the 1930s after the invention of the electric blender. The term "smoothie" was being used in recipes and trademarks by the mid-1980s.

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