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Mango Smoothie Recipes

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Ingredients

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1 cup ripe mangoes pulp
½ cup cold low-fat milk
¼ cup Low fat yoghurt
½ cup Ice
1 tbsp Honey
Few leaves of mint

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Mango Smoothie Recipes

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    • 1 Min
    • Serves 1
    • Easy

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    Smoothies are light on your stomach and quick to make. A glass of mango smoothie to go down with breakfast is great way to kickstart your mornings. During the summer, mangoes are available in abundance. When you need to get past a hot day, do try our mango smoothie recipe and thank us later!

    Health Benefits

    The benefits of mango milkshake are endless! Calcium and vitamin D from milk is good for bones. Mangoes have abundant pectin—a dietary fiber that slows down digestion, which makes you feel full for a long period. This inturn reduces cravings to eat too often or too much.

    Yoghurt gives a hint of quirky tang to your mango smoothie, making it a perfect accompaniment for spicy snacks.
    To make mango smoothie, ensure mangoes are fully ripe and ooze juicy goodness when you squeeze them!

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    How to Make Mango Smoothie

    • Blend mango pulp, milk, honey, yoghurt and ice into a frothy and smooth liquid.
    • Garnish with 2 or 3 mint leaves and enjoy your smoothie!

     

    Fresh and hot homemade meals in a Vaya Tyffyn lunchbox with a bottle of cold mango smoothie is bound to make your day!

    Mangoes are rich in vitamins and naturals sugars. Combined with milk, the health quotient of mangoes increases to include some protein as well. Quantities of ingredients in this recipe provide 9g protein, 75g carbohydrate, 284mg calcium, 99mg calcium, 1mg iron, 68g sugar, 5g fiber, and 344 calories.

    Trivia

    • Mango is known as the king of fruits and is consumed on a daily basis around the globe more than any other fruit!
    • The earliest cultivation of mangoes was in India and dates back 500o years.
    • There are about 400 varieties of mangoes!
    • The oldest mango tree is 30 decades old and still bears fruit!

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