This mango shake is the perfect summer drink. It is delicious, and refreshing and can be served as a dessert.
This mango milkshake tastes delicious and is simple to make, and like our other summer drinks, like this strawberry almond milk, this watermelon banana smoothie, and this strawberry peach smoothie it can be made with fresh or frozen fruit.
Cost To Make
Estimated cost = $1.42 a serve.
Why You'll Love This Recipe:
- This recipe is super fast to make.
- It has only three simple ingredients.
- It can be made any time of the year.
- It is naturally gluten-free.
- Can be made with your choice of milk, making it a dairy-free and vegan-friendly recipe.
- It is a great way to use up overripe mangos.
- And it is a budget-friendly way of having your favorite milkshake at home.
Ingredients In This Recipe
The printable recipe further down the page has the complete list of ingredients, including quantities and step-by-step instructions.
Mangoes - Use either fresh, frozen mangoes or canned mango pulp for this recipe. When using a fresh mango shake, remove the mango skin before use.
Milk - use your favorite milk like dairy, coconut milk, or other plant-based milk.
Sweetener - this is optional, and may not be necessary when fresh mangos are sweet.
However, if you are using frozen mangoes, a sweetener like sugar or maple syrup can help improve the flavor because they are not always that sweet.
Food processor or blender.
Step By Step Instructions
This single-serve recipe for a mango milkshake recipe is very easy to make, just place everything into a blender and blend until it is thick and smooth.
If you are using frozen mango pieces, pulse the mixture a few times to break down the pieces, then puree into a smooth liquid.
Before you pour the mango milkshake into a serving glass, taste it for sweetness and adjust if necessary.
Mangos vary in sweetness depending on how ripe they are. If you find that your shake is not as sweet as you like, adjust the sweetness to your liking with your favorite sweetener.
This recipe makes one serving but can easily be scaled to make more.
Calories Per Serve
There are about 187 calories in this mango milkshake recipe.
- Top the mango shake with vanilla ice cream or maple whipped cream and chopped mango pieces.
- If you would like a thinner shake, you can either use less mango or add more milk.
- Make it thicker, creamier, and more filling by adding silken tofu like this recipe for a mango smoothie with tofu.
- Add other flavors like vanilla extract, a sprinkling of cardamom powder, or other fruits like banana or strawberries.
- Make a refreshing icy summer drink and blend smooth with ice cubes.
- If you find you have any leftover mango shake, freeze it in popsicle molds or ice cube trays for a delicious frozen treat.
- Use a flavored compote syrup like this strawberry compote, or this raspberry compote instead of sugar.
This drink is best consumed soon after making, however, leftovers can be stored in the fridge for up to 2 days, or turn it into popsicles to enjoy later.
This recipe for mango shake is made up of three simple ingredients mango, milk, and a sweetener.
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I do hope that you try this mango shake recipe. If you do, please come back and leave a comment below because I would love to know how you went.
- Food processor or blender
- 120 grams (4.2 ounces / ¾ cup) mango, fresh or frozen
- ⅔ cup milk, dairy or plant milk.
- 1 teaspoon sugar or maple syrup - optional
- If using fresh mango remove the peel and chop the flesh into chunks. Frozen mango pieces can be used frozen.
- Place all the ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth and thick.
- Mangos vary in sweetness depending on how ripe they are. If you find that your shake is not as sweet as you like, adjust the sweetness to your liking with your favorite sweetener.
- Make it thicker, creamier, and more filling by adding silken tofu or ice cream.