You can use fresh or frozen fruit in this yummy mango and peach smoothie. It tastes better if the fruit is frozen, so I freeze fresh fruit for this.
You can use fresh or frozen fruit in this yummy mango and peach smoothie. It tastes better if the fruit is frozen, so I freeze fresh fruit for this.
I used peach yogurt instead of the soy milk and it turned out really great--very smooth and tasty.
YUM!!! My kids and I even through in a nectacinre and plum!!! We tried this wih a yogurt thrown in too!!!
This was very good. I used Orange Peach Mango juice - Dole and Tropicana both make it and both taste pretty much the same. It wasn't quite as sweet as where I wanted it at first, so I added a bit more juice and a bit of honey as well to sweeten it up. I also used frozen peaches and mango. Very creamy and refreshing. I'll definitely be making it again.
I didn't have any soy milk so I used 2% milk instead. Delicious! This recipe has opened a whole new "smoothie" world for me! Thanks!
Yum! We really enjoyed this. Very refreshing. I used frozen, unsweetened peaches and a dash of vanilla extract (only had regular soy milk). My mango wasn't as ripe as I would have liked so also added the smallest touch of honey. Hubby said he would enjoy this on his way to work in the morning. Will be making again tomorrow morning Thanks for sharing!
Gee I wonder how this taste as is? LOL as I used stawberry yogurt and skim milk as a soy substitute, but used fresh peach and mango, my mango wasnt quite ripe but it still turned out great.
This is for mango lovers. This taste really good and drank this as a snack (its was filling). I replaced the peaches and soy milk for soy peach yogurt. ALso I added mango juice. I like thick yogurt, so i froze everything.
Great smoothie for mango lovers! I added orange juice, a little vanilla soy milk, a little peach yogurt, mangos and squeezed the juice from it, and then frozen strawberries (my blender won't crush ice unless it's crushed). The strawberries evened out the taste and definitely keep adding orange juice until it evens out the extreme mango taste and it will be perfect. Love it!
This is a great recipe! We loved the thickness! It has wonderful flavor!
Four stars from Hubs, five from me. Since there is no ability to rate the average between the two, my 5-star rating will rule. I didn’t have soy milk (we’ve tried it and don’t care for it) so I used milk and a sugar-free French Vanilla syrup as a substitute and to sweeten this up a little. My mangoes and peaches were ripe and juicy - I stuck them in the freezer for awhile since I decided to make this on the spur of the moment and also added a handful of ice cubes just to ensure that this would be good and cold. The verdict? I was really impressed. Didn’t miss the typical yogurt smoothie at all; in fact, I actually preferred the omission. While you can taste the mango and peach flavors on their own, it still has a unique, almost tropical flavor. Creamy and thick – and with no yogurt! And what a beautiful yellow-orange color, flecked with the tiniest bits of the peach peel. Hubs agrees with me for the most part, but explains his 4-star rating by the fact that, one, he is even more discriminating with his 5-star ratings than I am and because he thought this wasn’t quite as robustly flavored as he prefers in a smoothie.
I would peel the peach next time. I used regular milk.
i added 1 1/2 cups of kale to get the green in it, you could not taste it, I also added ice to make it more chill, yoummy!!!
Tastes refreshing; great on a summer day. The best part is how it doesn't require more sugar!
This smoothie is quite delicious and healthy as well. It wasn't as sweet as I had expected, but after a few sips I adjusted to the taste and loved it! It's not that it's not sweet.. because it is.. I think I'm just too used to the overly sugary smoothies from local smoothie joints! If you are looking for something sweet, I would recommend adding in a little bit of honey. I will continue making this as-is.
I really enjoyed this smoothie! I changed the recipe just a bit. I peeled the peach before slicing, reduced the orange juice to 1/4 cup, used 3/4 cup regular 1% milk and put in a packet of Jay Robb's vanilla flavored whey protein! Great way to get some protein in a delicious smoothie!
This is a fabulous smoothie. I used 1% milk, frozen mangos and a fresh ripe peach with the orange juice. The consistency of this drink is perfect. We loved it.
This was great for my kids, one of which is just getting over having his tonsils removed. I used both an organic peach and organic mango and instead of vanilla soy milk I used lowfat buttermilk with a teaspoon of vanilla. HUGE hit. Kids flipped over it. As soon as they finished the first cup, they begged for another!
We've made this soooo many times now. Delicious. I used frozen mango and fresh ripened peaches and followed the recipe...Perfect!!! Thanks for sharing.
This is great! I used homemade almond milk. Added some ice cubes. Loved the other reviewer's tip about squeezing the mango pit. I love mangos and will do this from now on. I also juiced a whole navel orange for this. Bought some organic kale to add to it this weekend. My mangos should be ripe by then. It's taken me a long time to find the right time to eat a mango. I like them when they get soft and just start to ever so slightly shrivel. The hard as a rock ones have a good week or more to ripen on the counter.
awesome..simple recipe and great tasting...real smooth and delicious
I diced my peach and mango froze them and used for this recipe. YUMMY!!!! So so good!
fast and delicious
I used frozen fruit so it was more slush-like.
the peach made it feel like mushy sawdust. I tought it would be more thick
Refreshing but I can taste a little chalkyness from the frozen mangoes. Overall, it was good. I would like to make this with philippine mangoes next time.
Very yummy! Thanks for the great idea. I did end up using rice milk in place of the soy milk. I also added a touch of honey.
Add greek yogurt and one massive strawberry. Very tasty (no soy milk)
This was delicious! Since i didnt prepare the frozen fruits I just put some ice and blended it! I used half a cup of 1% milk and a teaspoon of vanilla extract to compensate for the vanilla soy milk. Delicious! Thanks
Didn't have vanilla soy milk so just used 1 percent and added a tiny bit of vanilla. So good!
INCREDIBLE. I will be making this a LOT this summer! Thank you so much for a great recipe.
Made this smoothie this morning and I also added some flax seed and it is TASTY! THANKS! I'll keep this for breakfast!
This is a very tropical, refreshing smoothie. I froze 1/2 of a fresh peach and 1/2 of a mango together and then made 1 serving of the smoothie with skim milk, orange juice, and 2 packets of Splenda. It was so thick I had a hard time getting it blended, but it sure was worth the effort and the wait! Delicious!
I used large can of peaches, frozen mangoes, whole milk and added 1 TB. vanilla. One of my kids that said he hated mangoes and peaches in anything but as plain fruit with my persuasion gave in and though added sugar guzzled the cup. I think it was the vanilla flavoring in this that really helped the taste.
Really yummy! I used frozen peaches and mangos. I did not have vanilla soy milk so used fat free vanilla yogurt instead so had to add more OJ. Added a tiny bit of honey and loved it!!!
I used skim milk & vanilla extract, and had to add some ice. This has a very smooth feel. Set it out on the counter, and it's gone in two minutes!
Simple and good. Also good with yogurt added and then frozen into Popsicles. Healthy summer treat for kiddos.
This was really good!
I initially gave this smoothie 3 stars because I used canned peaches! I wrote the following: This smoothie was good but not exceptional. I didn't really like the flavor combination. I think freezing the fruit is a must for this recipe because when it's not cold, it's really gritty from the mango. Now I change my mind and give it 5 stars. The secret is in using fresh peaches. It was slightly tart and sweet. I did add ice because I like mine really cold. Thanks and sorry about the previous rating.
Tried the recipe as is with frozen peaches instead of fresh. It was SUPER! Will definitely make again! It tasted like it had added sugar even though it didn't.
Excellent! It is like a tropical orange julius.
Nice flavor, just the right amount of sweetness. I added 2 tbsp of ground flax for extra nutrition and a 1/4 cup of vanilla yogurt as I only had regular milk, no vanilla soy. Thank you for sharing your recipe!
I used frozen mango, and a small can of sliced peaches in pear juice concentrate, plus a banana and vanilla yogurt-Dannon lite & fit. It was thick and delicious.
We did as others suggested & froze the fruit. My husband, who made this, doesn't think we need to. Will make again.
Great flavor and consistency! I used vanilla yogurt instead of the soy milk. Very tasty.
This was really good. I had no soy milk on hand so I substituted 2% milk. Also, I added a little liquid honey to increase the sweetness a little. I used frozen mango and keep that on hand just to use in a smoothie
I really liked this, but my kids and husband did not. I did have to use canned peaches, but I don't think that the rest of my family is a fan of mangos. Still a really good recipe and a great way to get kids to try new things.
Really good! However, with no fresh fruit on hand, I substituted a peach with 1/2 cup peach yogurt and the mango with one scoop mango ice cream (which had mango chunks in it). With the vanilla soymilk and OJ, it came out amazing... very creamy and not too sweet.
MMMM, SO yummy and very refreshing (especially on an unusually hot March day!!). I had to make mine strictly 'mango' as I did not have peaches and used frozen mango chunks in place of fresh. Fantastic, can't wait to make this one again - tomorrow sounds good to me!
My mango-loving daughter was distressed to see orange juice go into the blender for this one, but after she tasted it, big smiles all around. Thanks for the recipe!
This recipe was very delicious and I don't even like peaches or mangos, but somehow this turned out great! I made it without substituting anything, but I added in a little bit of sugar to sweeten it.
I thought this was rather good, but I had to make quite a bit of changes. I didn't have vanilla soy milk, so I used low-fat milk and I added a few drops of vanilla extract and some Truvia sweetener. I ended up using up to 3 packets, or more than I normally do. When I first blended it, it had kind of a fiberous texture which I have never experienced with a smoothie. I have also never used mango in one either. To change the texture I added 6 ice cubes and had to blend at least 3 times as long as other smoothies to get it smooth. After all that it was good, but I would have been just as happy eating the fresh mango. It is not something I buy often, was a little expensive, and was nice and sweet. Thank you for the drink combination idea though. Peaches are great in smoothies.
Delicious! I also used regular soy milk and a little bit of vanilla extract. For the mango, I used 1 cup of frozen mangoes. I will try it with freshly squeezed orange juice next time. Thank you so much for the recipe!
this is great! I made this for my daughter when she got braces, She loved it! The flavor is subtle and sweet. instead of vanilla soy milk we used peach yogurt and added a teaspoon of honey.
Delicious! I changed out the soy milk for 1% but it was still tasty. Also added ice and will add vanilla next time.
Delicious! I started making this and then realized I didn't have peaches, but I did have apricots that needed to be used up anyway so I substituted those instead. I have no doubt htis would be just as tasty with the peaches. The mango flavor came through just fine, and it just an all around great summer smoothie. Thanks for sharing!
delicious! per docs orders, i am off of dairy for two weeks because it's causing my infant to have a sour stomach. i was happy to find that this smoothie satisfied my "dairy craving"! i added a pinch of cardamom, used frozen mango and 2/3 cup of soy milk. yum!
Delicious as is!
Loved it! So refreshing and decadent, but healthy, too. :)
Good tropical flavor. Pretty thick so had to add more orange juice and soy milk but the kids liked it so I considered that a big win. I added wheat germ to my portion. Would definitely make again.
I used fresh fruit and found out it was too much of a room temperature to really enjoy...so I had to refrigerate it for awhile. Next time...I'll put the fresh fruit in the fridge to get it cold.
I used frozen mango and canned peaches. It was OK, but a bit tart. A little honey would have helped. I think I prefer these fruits with a ripe banana for some added sweetness. It was very smooth.
5.6.17 Mango and peach is a good combination for a smoothie. Used frozen fruit, so the consistency was how I like it, a bit on the thick side. Nice mid-morning snack.
I used 1/2 cup Greek yogurt instead of milk. I added about 6 ice cubes. It came out thick , creamy, and very tasty. My expert six year old loves it.
This recipe was amazing! I had it in the morning as breakfast and I was so satisfied and full! I used almond milk instead of soy and put a 1/2 a tap of vanilla, absolutely incredible!!
Best smoothie I've ever made,
I used a whole orange instead of orange juice. Very delicious
A new favorite. Creamy and reminds me of a deamscile.
Used a frozen fruit mix with mango, peach & pineapple. Tastes amazing!
Great tasting smoothie recipe! I used frozen mangos and peaches. I also used vanilla almond milk in place of soy. Very tasty!
It was Okay. We messed up on the blending part and didn't blend it long enough. Also, you should peel the peach because all of the peach peels showed in the smoothie.
Made this with coconut and almond milk, and used only half of the orange juice. Delicious!
Our family has a smoothie everyday in the summer with all the fresh fruit. Here is how we do it. I pour a tad of juice- for easy blending we usually have orange mango in the fridge. Add a good yogurt cup or 8 oz- I keep a lot of vanilla/honey Noosa in fridge for this and just empty the container. When fruits are fresh I throw whatever -like berries- strawberries blueberries raspberries- maybe a peach or mango and blend. Sometimes I add a squirt of honey. If you use frozen fruit it makes it "icy" but you can also add a hand full of crushed ice from frig for that. Healthy delicious!!
Great recipe, naturally sweet and smooth texture. Yummy!
Delicious! Something helpful I've learned is that peach skins can be easily removed by inserting the peach in boiling water for a minute or two (depending on how soft they are). The skins will slide right off!
It was okay, but all I could taste was the peaches. I like to taste the mango too. It was still good though.
I can not believe how good this tasted I used cranberries too!
I made this smoothie just as the recipe stated. I felt that the consistency was a little too thick and slightly mushy. I tried adding a little extra OJ, but it didn't really help. The smoothie was very filling, which I liked, but I won't make it again. Just okay for me.
This was good--but, i think I would add some Greek yogurt next time.