Peach Mango Smoothies

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With frozen peaches and mangos, these quick and easy smoothies taste like something from a tropical vacation.

Peach mango smoothies in two small glasses.

To me, these smoothies taste like something you’d have on a tropical vacation. They’re perfect for breakfast to start the day — they also make a refreshing afternoon snack or even a healthy dessert. To make life easy, I use frozen peaches and mangoes, which don’t require any washing, peeling or slicing. That means you’ll be sipping these smoothies, dreaming of white sand and palm trees, in under five minutes. Can’t beat that!

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Peach Mango Smoothies

With frozen peaches and mangos, these quick and easy smoothies taste like something from a tropical vacation.

Servings: 1 smoothie (recipe may easily be doubled)
Prep Time: 5 Minutes
Total Time: 5 Minutes


  • 1 cup peeled and sliced peaches, cold (frozen peaches should be thawed)
  • ½ cup chopped mangoes, cold (frozen mangoes should be thawed)
  • ¼ cup mango nectar, cold
  • ½ of a banana
  • 2 teaspoons sugar or honey (optional)
  • 2 ice cubes


  1. Combine all of the ingredients in a blender and purée until completely smooth. Pour into a tall glass and enjoy cold.

Nutrition Information

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  • Serving size: 1 smoothie
  • Calories: 192
  • Fat: 1g
  • Carbohydrates: 48g
  • Sugar: 39g
  • Fiber: 5g
  • Protein: 3g
  • Sodium: 5mg
  • Cholesterol: 0mg

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Gluten-Free Adaptable Note

To the best of my knowledge, all of the ingredients used in this recipe are gluten-free or widely available in gluten-free versions. There is hidden gluten in many foods; if you're following a gluten-free diet or cooking for someone with gluten allergies, always read the labels of your ingredients to verify that they are gluten-free.

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  • Very delicious! My daughter added some baby spinach. You could not taste the spinach but made it even more healthy. Did not add sugar or honey. Loved it. BTW we have a Ninja Professional Blender that I bought at Costco for around $50 -$60. It blended it very quickly.

  • I made this and I don’t usually change up other people’s recipe but I did this time. Why would you thaw frozen fruit just to add ice to it?

    • Hi Micki, I thaw the fruit here because my blender isn’t strong enough to purée completely frozen fruit. Hope that clarifies!

  • Simple ingredients, but this requires a really good blender to get everything smooth. Mine needs to be upgraded and we ended up with little chunks.

  • Hi! About how many oz does this recipe make?

    • Hi Sheri, I’m guesstimating that it would make about 10 ounces give or take.

      • Could you use another juice rather than the mango orange juice…or would that not taste good?

        • — Amy on July 29, 2023
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        • Hi Amy, orange juice will work and the smoothies will taste good — they will just have a thinner consistency.

          • — Jenn on July 31, 2023
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  • Hi Jenn! I’d love to add some plain yogurt to this to up my kids protein intake in the mornings. If you think thats a good idea how much should I add?

    • Hi Amy, I’d suggest about 1/2 cup of yogurt. If it is too thick with the yogurt, you could thin it out with a bit of milk or water. Hope they enjoy!

  • What kind of alcohol would you add to this to make it a fun cocktail?

    • Hi Kim, I think these would be nice with either rum or vodka mixed in. Would love to hear how they turn out!

  • I can’t find mango nectar what can or if anything I can substitute

    • — Phillis Peterson
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    • Hi Phillis, did you look in the latin section of your grocery store? That’s usually where I find it. If you can’t find it, any other fruit nectar should work. Fruit juice will also work, but the smoothies will be a bit thinner.

    • I found Kern’s mango nectar in the juice aisle at our supermarket. The produce department is another possible spot. I haven’t made the smoothie yet, but it looks very good! Might leave out the banana, as it’s not a flavor I’m fond of.

  • This is a refreshing, healthy, and delicious drink. It was the perfect addition to our dinner and I took the leftovers with me to work the next morning. We added fresh mint to the drinks during the blending process and added a sprig of mint on top for the finishing touch.

  • I’ve been looking for a mango smoothie recipe and I think I finally found one I’ll enjoy. I can’t wait to try it out.

  • Hubby said best smoothie I’ve ever made! Yum! And I used frozen peaches and mango. Had to add double the mango juice so it wouldn’t take forever to blend (and therefore cut back some on the frozen mango to better balance the flavors). Great smoothie!

  • Jenn, thank you for such an easy and great recipe! I just made this and loved it. A fantastic healthy dessert (and I didn’t even need to add the sugar/honey). Also love that the recipe is for one serving…no math needed 😉 Total winner!

  • This is a lovely drink. We added some coconut milk, a little ice and water to thin it down since it was very thick and the blender was having a hard time mixing. Very tasty.

    • — Bonnie McKinney
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  • I always have a hard time getting my ice cubes to blend in my blender for smoothies. I have an average blender, not a Vitamix. Is there a trick for crushing the ice?

    • Hi Danielle, I don’t use a vitamix; the ice cubes in this recipe blend easily because everything else is soft. I do have trouble sometimes if too many ingredients are frozen; the trick is to just keep stopping and stirring so that the liquid gets evenly dispersed.

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