Peach Strawberry Mango Smoothie: Perfect For Summer!

Smoothies are great for a grab and go breakfast option, or a refreshing pick me up when that afternoon slump hits. I decided to combine some of my favorite flavors for a perfect summery option in this peach strawberry mango smoothie recipe.

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Benefits of a Peach Strawberry Mango Smoothie

Rich in Vitamins and Minerals 

This smoothie is packed with essential vitamins such as vitamin C from strawberries and mangoes, vitamin A from peaches and mangoes, and various B vitamins. These vitamins support immune function, skin health, and energy metabolism.

High in Antioxidants

Strawberries, peaches, and mangoes are rich in antioxidants, which help combat oxidative stress and reduce inflammation. Antioxidants can support overall health and may reduce the risk of chronic diseases.

Boosts Immune System

The high vitamin C content in strawberries and mangoes helps strengthen the immune system, aiding in the prevention of colds and other infections.

Promotes Digestive Health

The smoothie contains dietary fiber from all three fruits, which supports healthy digestion and regular bowel movements. Fiber also helps maintain a healthy gut microbiome.

Hydrating and Refreshing

With a high water content, this smoothie helps keep you hydrated, especially during hot weather or after physical activity.

Energy Boosting

The natural sugars in the fruits provide a quick energy boost, making it an excellent pre- or post-workout drink. The fiber content also ensures a more sustained release of energy.

Supports Heart Health

The fruits in this smoothie contain compounds that can improve heart health, such as potassium from peaches and mangoes, which helps regulate blood pressure, and anthocyanins from strawberries, which can reduce inflammation and improve cholesterol levels.

Low in Calories and Fat

This smoothie is naturally low in calories and fat, making it a healthy option for those looking to manage their weight while still enjoying a sweet treat.

It’s also naturally vegetarian, gluten free, and vegan friendly, so it fits in with a variety of different dietary needs.

two peach strawberry mango smoothie drinks surrounded by colorful straws and flowers

Peach Strawberry Mango Smoothie Ingredients

ingredients to make peach strawberry mango smoothie
  • ½ cup frozen strawberries
  • ½ cup frozen mango chunks
  • ½ cup frozen peach slices
  • 1 cup almond milk (unsweetened)

Ingredient Tips and Substitutions

  • You can use another non-dairy milk, like coconut or oat, instead of the almond milk if preferred
  • Instead of frozen fruit, you can use fresh for some or all of the fruits. If you use all fresh, you would then need to add a banana or ice or serve as a thickener
  • Feel free to add other berries and fruits as well, if desired. Pineapple is my favorite option to add in
  • If you want to add yogurt, use about ¼ cup of peach or strawberry yogurt – Greek is best, but regular will work too

How to Make a Peach Strawberry Mango Smoothie (No Banana)

  1. Add frozen peaches, mango, strawberry, and almond milk to a blender
add frozen peaches, mango, strawberry, and almond milk to a blender
  1. Blend on high, puree, or the smoothie setting (depending on what your blender has available) until smooth
  2. Adjust consistency as needed (more milk to thin, ice or more frozen fruit to thicken). This smoothie is pretty thick with all frozen fruit, so you may need more milk
  3. Enjoy!
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More Summer Smoothie Flavors

Recipe FAQs

What Liquid Base Works Best for This Smoothie?

You can use orange juice, pineapple juice, almond milk, coconut milk or water, or plain water as the liquid base. Each will impart a slightly different flavor and texture to the smoothie.

Regular milk can also be used, or you can add vanilla ice cream to turn it into a milkshake instead.

Can I Add Other Ingredients to My Smoothie?

Yes, you can add ingredients like spinach for extra nutrients, Greek yogurt for protein and creaminess, or a scoop of protein powder for a post-workout boost.

Feel free to experiment with adding other fruits as well, such as pineapple, raspberry, or blueberry to create additional flavor combinations.

Is a Strawberry Peach Mango Smoothie Suitable for Vegans?

Yes, this smoothie is suitable for vegans if you use a plant-based liquid like almond milk or coconut water and skip any non-vegan additives like yogurt or honey.

Always make sure to check your ingredients for a vegan friendly certification as well, in case of cross contamination during production.

How Can I Make My Smoothie Sweeter?

If you prefer a sweeter smoothie, add a drizzle of honey, agave syrup, or a ripe banana.

Adjust the sweetness to your taste.

Can I Prepare This Smoothie Ahead of Time?

Smoothies are best enjoyed fresh. However, you can prepare the smoothie ingredients ahead of time and freeze them in portions.

Blend with the liquid base just before serving. This allows you to cut down on prep time, especially if you are preparing this for a grab and go breakfast on a busy morning.

How Do I Store Leftover Smoothies?

Store any leftover smoothie in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 24 hours. Shake or stir well before drinking, as separation may occur.

For improved consistency, you may want to re-blend with ice or additional frozen fruit to thicken it before consuming.

Can I Make This Smoothie Without a Blender?

A blender is recommended for the best texture, but you can use a food processor or an immersion blender if necessary.

Ensure the fruits are well-blended for a smooth consistency.

What Are Some Variations of a Peach Strawberry Mango Smoothie?

You can add ingredients like chia seeds, flaxseeds, or oats for added nutrition, or add yogurt for a creamy consistency and taste.

You can also mix in other fruits like bananas or pineapples for different flavor profiles.

Is a Peach Strawberry Mango Smoothie Good for Kids?

Yes, this smoothie is a healthy and tasty option for kids, providing essential vitamins and minerals.

Adjust the ingredients to suit their taste preferences, which may include adding banana or a natural sweetener to raise overall sweetness levels.

Can I Use Canned Fruits for This Smoothie?

Yes, canned fruits can be used in a pinch, but they may be sweeter due to added syrup. Rinse them well and adjust the amount of liquid to balance the sweetness.

Note that while canned peaches are readily available, mango can be harder to find. Additionally, I’ve never seen canned strawberries aside from pie filling, so you may need to use fresh or frozen for the strawberry portion.

Recipe Pro Tips For a Peach Strawberry Mango Smoothie

  • For faster preparation, pre-measure portions of fruit and store them in zippered bags in your freezer. Then, just grab, dump, add milk, blend, and go in the morning!
  • If you want to add supplements like collagen or protein powder for your workout, add a serving in after the initial blend. Then, run your blender on the lowest setting to mix it in until just combined
  • I’m using a traditional blender for this recipe. If you use a portable blender, you may need to add the fruit in batches and allow it to blend and pack down a little before adding more (I prefer the big blender for this, but either should work)
two peach strawberry mango smoothies next to each other with a peach wedge on top

Smoothie Storage and Serving Tips

  • Smoothies are best enjoyed fresh. However, you can store leftover smoothie in an airtight container or bottle in the refrigerator for up to 24 hours
  • For best consistency, reblend a leftover smoothie with ice or frozen fruit to make it thicker again

Other Peach Drink Recipes to Try

Final Thoughts

This peach strawberry mango smoothie just screams summer in a glass! It’s fruity, refreshing, and even good for you, so you can enjoy it as a grab and go breakfast or an afternoon pick me up.

It’s both kid and adult friendly, and naturally vegetarian, gluten free, low fat, and vegan friendly, so this smoothie works with a huge variety of different dietary needs.

In just minutes, you’ll have a thick smoothie to enjoy, so it’s convenient even for your busiest days. Plus, you can measure your fruit out ahead of time so all you need to do is grab, blend, and go!

Not a peach fan? Check out my blueberry strawberry mango smoothie for an equally summery alternative!

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Peach Strawberry Mango Smoothie (No Banana)

This 4 ingredient peach strawberry mango smoothie is thick and creamy, with no banana and without yogurt as well. It’s just frozen fruit and almond milk for an easy treat anytime!
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Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Course Drinks
Cuisine American, Vegetarian
Servings 1
Calories 139 kcal

Ingredients
  

  • ½ cup frozen strawberries
  • ½ cup frozen mango chunks
  • ½ cup frozen peach slices
  • 1 cup unsweetened almond milk (or more as needed to thin consistency)

Instructions
 

  • Add frozen peaches, mango, strawberry, and almond milk to a blender
    ½ cup frozen strawberries, ½ cup frozen mango chunks, ½ cup frozen peach slices, 1 cup unsweetened almond milk
  • Blend on high, puree, or the smoothie setting (depending on what your blender has available) until smooth
  • Adjust consistency as needed (more milk to thin, ice or more frozen fruit to thicken). This smoothie is pretty thick with all frozen fruit, so you may need more milk
  • Enjoy!

Notes

  • You can use another non-dairy milk, like coconut or oat, instead of the almond milk if preferred
  • Instead of frozen fruit, you can use fresh for some or all of the fruits. If you use all fresh, you would then need to add a banana or ice or serve as a thickener
  • Feel free to add other berries and fruits as well, if desired. Pineapple is my favorite option to add in
  • If you want to add yogurt, use about ¼ cup of peach or strawberry yogurt – Greek is best, but regular will work too
  • For faster preparation, pre-measure portions of fruit and store them in zippered bags in your freezer. Then, just grab, dump, add milk, blend, and go in the morning!
  • If you want to add supplements like collagen or protein powder for your workout, add a serving in after the initial blend. Then, run your blender on the lowest setting to mix it in until just combined
  • I’m using a traditional blender for this recipe. If you use a portable blender, you may need to add the fruit in batches and allow it to blend and pack down a little before adding more (I prefer the big blender for this, but either should work)
  • Exact nutritional values will vary based on brand and flavor of ingredients, any additions or adjustments made, and actual quantity consumed, so please consider this a guideline only

Nutrition

Serving: 469gCalories: 139kcalCarbohydrates: 29gProtein: 2.6gFat: 2.9gSaturated Fat: 0.3gSodium: 188mgPotassium: 491mgFiber: 4.4gSugar: 22gVitamin A: 931IUVitamin C: 61.1mgCalcium: 472mgIron: 1.6mg
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