mango almond smoothie

Mango almond smoothie recipe – an easy, delicious and healthy recipe of a smoothie made with mangoes and almonds. If you want to skip adding almonds then you can check this Mango smoothie recipe.

I make a lot of Smoothie recipes at home and the colors of this smoothie inspired me so much that I had to take pics and also write a post on it. Not along go when I started blogging, I did not know that photography would become such a joy and passion for me.

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Summers are the times when I make a lot of juices and smoothies at home. I also make a lot of Lassi, ButtermilkMango lassi being the hubby’s favorite. Apart from this I make the very native and Goan Kokum juice at home. Nimbu pani, I make every day. Though, i have not blogged at all about the smoothies I make.

This is super duper easy like all smoothies. just blend mangoes with chopped almonds with some sugar. Thats it. To make it more thinner you can add ice cubes while blending. I have also added crushed cardamom to the smoothie to make it more aromatic and cooling. Smoothies are healthy and its good to have them every day. if you want you can add milk to this smoothie while making it.

mango almond smoothie recipe

April and may is the season of mangoes in India. they all come in the market and there are many Indian varieties that are found. We often make Mango recipes like Mango juice and Mango shake.

For making this smoothie you can add your choice of mangoes. I have made it with alphonso mangoes.

eggless mango almond smoothie recipe

The smoothie recipe below is for two people. So beat the summer with this almond mango smoothie.

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mango almond smoothie

5 from 1 vote
An easy, delicious and healthy recipe of a smoothie with mangoes and almonds. 
mango smoothie recipe, vegan mango smoothie recipe
Author:Dassana Amit
Prep Time:10 mins
Total Time:10 mins
Course:beverages & drinks
Servings (change the number to scale):2 glasses
(1 CUP = 250 ML)


  • 3 ripe alphonso mangoes
  • 15 to 18 almonds (badam) or add as required
  • 2 to 3 cardamom or ¼ teaspoon cardamom powder
  • sugar as required
  • some ice cubes
  • a few mint leaves for garnishing (pudina patta) - optional


  • Peel and chop the mangoes.
  • Crush the cardamom.
  • Add the chopped mangoes, almonds, crushed cardamom, sugar and ice cubes in a blender.
  • Blend till smooth.
  • Pour the smoothie in long glasses or mugs.
  • Top with some chopped mangoes and fresh mint leaves.
  • Serve almond mango smoothie.


1: to thin the smoothie, you can add some water or milk.
2: the recipe can be doubled or tripled
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Dassana Amit

Dassana Amitnamaste and welcome to which i started in feb 2009 and is a pure vegetarian blog. i have been passionate about cooking from childhood and began to cook from the age of 10. later having enrolled in a home science degree greatly enhanced my cooking & baking skills and took it to a different level which i now share as foolproof recipes. i was formally trained both in mainstream indian as well as international cuisines.

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20 comments/reviews

  1. Super5 stars

  2. you are simply awesome……..

  3. Hi,
    I added a hint of kesar in it and it turned out really yummy! Thanks… 🙂

  4. I am trying this today and this is the 1st recipe of your’s that I am trying. Hope it’s good and hubby likes it.. !

    • thanks shweta. just make sure that you blend the almonds very well. if you don’t want the peels, you can also blanch the almonds, remove the peels and then blend it.

  5. This looks like the best smoothie ever made with the best mangoes ever!

  6. We haven’t started with Mangoes yet and this smoothie is too tempting. Dassana the photo’s look really good not to miss the light in the clicks.

  7. Dear Dassana, could you do me a favour!!. Can you add some iron rich receipes for toddlers…my kid is small and it is a very hard time to find something which is nutritious as well as appealing to them especially food which is rich in iron…waiting for your guidance..

    • dear meeta there are already some iron rich recipes on my site… this recipe itself is rich in iron as both almonds and mango have good amount of iron in them.

      i can tell you the vegetarian foods that are rich in iron and then you can search recipes on my site or on the web.


      sweet potatoes
      turnip greens
      green beans
      sea weeds

      apples – apple juice
      black and blue berries
      bread fruit


      black eyed beans – lobia, chawli
      lima beans
      kidney beans – rajma
      black beans
      adzuki beans
      navy beans
      pinto beans
      moong beans
      white chickpeas – kabuli chana
      soy milk

      nuts and seeds
      sesame seeds / tahini
      sunflower seeds
      pumpkin seeds
      cashew nuts
      pine nuts
      dried figs
      dried apricots

      wheat germ
      dark jaggery

      • thank you dear for such a prompt reply…i will surely go through these recepies…its really nice to try from your cookbook…You had earlier given hummus receipe…Can you also put receipe for falafel..we live in Dubai..and we generally place order for these two items…it would be great if i manage to make both the things at home….:)

        with love, meeta

        • dear meeta, when i had made the hummus, i had also made pita bread and falafel. i have not added the recipes of pita bread and falafel as i made them at night and so the pics have not come out well. i have kept a cup of boiled chickpeas separate after making palak chole today. with these i will make falafel tommorow and post it in some days. i have many recipes to be posted 🙂

  8. Drool-worty is the word 🙂 I’m waiting for the mangoes to arrive in my neck of wood…

  9. Wow Alphonso mangoes and almonds in the smoothie..yum..yum..lovely creamy consistency.

  10. seriously dassana.. you cant do this.. we get really bad sour mangoes here most of the time.. that smoothie loooks amazing.. love the light play on the pictures!

    • richa, if you want i can send some nice alphonso mangoes to you 🙂

  11. Your photos are exquisite!!! Love almond milk smoothie and with mangoes? My gosh 😀

    • thanks kiran 🙂

  12. Gorgeous pictures the light is beautiful! I have a smoothie every morning but we don’t get good mangoes here, I use pineapple at the moment with flaxmeal and oat milk but will try some almonds tomorrow, thanks!

  13. Yum! Haven’t had any mangoes this season and your photos are making me drool!

  14. Yum! Mangoes and almonds with cardamom and mint: lovely combination.