Mango Pineapple Smoothie, tropical drink full of fruit and yogurt. Delicious breakfast or snack that you can even turn into a smoothie bowl.
I’m kind of obsessed with tropical type flavors and recipes, and this Mango Pineapple Smoothie is no exception. It’s a great snack, breakfast, and drink. You could even add a little booze for a smoothie and cocktail in one.
Looking for a tropical start to your morning? Then this simple smoothie is for you. Not a lot of ingredients and easy with the prepackaged frozen fruit.
You can generally find frozen mango and pineapple chunks at any major grocery store in the freezer section, but of course, you could use your own frozen fruit if you prefer.
If this flavor of smoothie isn’t quite your thing check out this great list of other smoothie recipes.
Mango Pineapple Smoothie Ingredients
- Frozen mango chunks
- Frozen pineapple chunks
- Orange juice
- Plain unsweetened Greek yogurt (or yogurt of your choice)
- 2 teaspoons honey
How to Make a Mango Pineapple Smoothie
- Place all the ingredients in a blender and process until smooth.
- Add more or less honey depending on your personal preference for sweetness.
- Add more liquid (such as more orange juice or milk or even water) as needed to get the blender to process or scrape down the sides inside of the blender (turn off blender before doing this…) if needed.
- Pour the smoothie into a glass and serve!
(Full printable recipe card is at bottom of post.)
Quick Tips for Best Results
- Use frozen fruit (mango and pineapple) for a thicker frozen smoothie. Fresh fruit can be used but may result in more of a liquid juice type drink rather than smoothie.
- Use a good quality blender that can cut through all the frozen fruit and other ingredients.
- You may need to add more or less honey (or other sweeetener) depending on your personal preference. You could use any sweetener such as sugar or a sugar substitute.
- If your smoothie is too thick and your blender won’t run, add more liquid a little at a time (such as orange juice, milk, or even water) until it goes. Or you can also scrape down the sides of the blender to see if that helps.
- Use a yogurt you like such as a thick plain unsweetened Greek yogurt.
Mango Pineapple Smoothie FAQ
How should I store this Mango Pineapple Smoothie?
I always suggest drinking smoothies right away for best results. However, if you must store leftovers or make ahead, I’d suggest pouring the finished smoothie in an ice cube tray, freeze, then pop out the cubes and defrost in the fridge overnight.
Can I use something other than yogurt?
You can use your favorite yogurt or flavored yogurt. If you’d rather use frozen banana slices, that would work well too.
What can I use instead of honey?
You don’t have to use any sweetener. You could also use your favorite sweetener of choice such as granulated or brown sugar, sugar substitute, agave, or even maple syrup.
What else can I add to this smoothie recipe?
To make this more of a green smoothie you could add some spinach or kale. Other fruit or berries like strawberries would also be great additions. You can also add your favorite smoothie add-ons like protein powder, chia seeds, etc.
Can I make this into a smoothie bowl?
Yes, definitely! Pour the smoothie into a bowl and top for your favorite toppings such as chopped fruit, granola, toasted oats or nuts, or whatever else you have around.
Other Smoothie Recipes You May Enjoy
- Peaches & Cream Smoothie – Perfect for peach lovers!
- Chocolate Smoothie – Great if you’re looking for something more like a dessert.
- Berry Protein Smoothie – Full of berries and loaded with flavor.
Hope you enjoy this Mango Pineapple Smoothie. Tell me in the comments how you changed it up!
Mango Pineapple Smoothie
- Place all ingredients in a blender. Process until smooth, pour into a glass, and serve immediately.
(Nutrition data is provided when available for informational purposes only and calculated using an online nutritional calculator. For the most accurate information please calculate based on specific ingredients and brands you use as well as any changes you made to the recipe. I am not a certified nutritionist or registered dietician and any nutritional information provided should only be used as a general guideline and estimate.)