This Mango Banana Green Smoothie Bowl has been my goto lunch lately! Besides being healthy, I find it incredibly satisfying because of how creamy and delicious it is.
For me, the key to smoothie bowls is to make sure it’s really thick. To do this, you need frozen banana and in this case, frozen mango too.
You also need some almond milk to get all the ingredients to blend nicely, golden flaxseeds to add some good fats and a handful of baby spinach to get your greens in.
I like to top mine with more mango and chia seeds but you can choose whatever you’re in the mood for ☺️
Some notes for you:
Make sure that the banana and mango you use are ripe before freezing or the smoothie bowl won’t be as flavourful.
I use golden flaxseeds as these don’t have as strong a flavour as brown flaxseeds.
When adding the banana and mango, make sure not to over blend. You want them to be just blended. This ensures a really thick and creamy smoothie.
If you make this recipe, I would love for you to let me know how it went in the comments below (don’t forget to leave a star rating!).Print
A thick and creamy smoothie bowl made with frozen banana and mango. Blended with almond milk, baby spinach and flaxseeds. A great healthy breakfast or lunch!
- 1/2 cup unsweetened almond milk
- 1 heaped cup baby spinach
- 1 tbsp golden flaxseeds
- 1 medium banana, cut into pieces and frozen (make sure the banana is ripe before freezing)
- 1 large mango, cut into pieces and frozen, about 1 1/2 to 2 cups (make sure the mango is ripe before freezing)
- toppings of your choice, I use fresh mango slices and chia seeds
- Add the almond milk, baby spinach and flaxseeds to a high speed blender and blend until smooth.
- Add the frozen banana and mango pieces to the blender and pulse until just smooth. Because of how thick it is, you will have to stop to give it a mix a few times to get it moving.
- Spoon the smoothie into a bowl, and top with whichever toppings you like!
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