Today’s Starbucks Orange Mango Smoothie Recipe is simple to make at home and every bit as good! We just adore a good smoothie recipes around here. Our orange mango smoothie Starbucks style is bright and happy–it’s filled with orange, mango, and bananas! It’s a fabulously tropical way to meet the day! We’re thrilled to share with you our copycat version of the Starbucks mango smoothie as well. 🙂
Why we love Starbucks Orange Mango Smoothie Recipe!
Ooooh this smoothie is bringing me back to my high school days. Which, I can not believe that was years ago! Wow. Time is just wild! This Starbucks Orange Mango Smoothie Recipe brings me back to high school because my mom, Ruthie, would always hand me a smoothie as I ran up the stairs and out the door!
To be completely honest, I’ve never been good at waking up on time. I had/have a bad habit of sleeping past my alarm a lot of the time… So in high school, I’d usually wake up scrambling, quickly get ready, and run out the door.
Thankfully, my mother knew this. She also knew that I had the appetite & metabolism of a growing teen boy all the time, so she’d hand me a yummy smoothie packed with protein as I sprinted to my car.
Starbucks Copycat Recipes
Ingredients in Starbucks Orange Mango Smoothie Recipe
- 1 orange or 2 clementines with skin-on
- frozen mango
- ripe banana
- greek yogurt, vanilla flavor
- vanilla protein powder
- vanilla almond milk
- ice cubes
- Invest in a heavy duty blender; I’ve used a Blend Tec for well over a decade now and I love it! It’s powerful enough to blend frozen fruit and vegetables smooth, smooth, smooth!
- I prefer using frozen fruits and vegetables in my smoothies so they have a thicker consistency.
- Freeze extra fruits and vegetables as they are just beginning to turn over-ripe; I use gallon plastic zip top freezer bags to toss them in.
- Freeze fresh produce to use later- I find they last just fine for up to 4 weeks. ie: spinach or mixed salad greens, baby carrots, cucumbers, banana’s broken into four pieces, sliced/cored apples and pears, extra berries, peeled/segmented oranges and clementines, grapes, and the list goes on!
- Extra nutrient add in’s are always good try adding: vanilla and chocolate protein powders, dry oats, a small handful of nuts, peanut butter, flavored yogurt or kefir, and more.
Super food add in’s: gogi berries, coconut oil, avocado, acai or cacoa powder, chia or hemp or flax seeds, etc!
What’s the difference between a smoothie & a shake
Most people love smoothies and shakes, some don’t really know the differences between them because after all the both cold and refreshing, drinkable, and delicious!
- In my opinion it all comes down to ice cream. . . yes, it’s true!
- Smoothies do not have ice cream, candy bars, cookies or pies in them. Smoothies are filled with healthy for you ingredients like fruit and veggies and healthier forms of protein and dairy.
- Don’t get me wrong. . . I enjoy them both as probably most of you do too!
- I just enjoy smoothies on a more regular basis and shakes wellllll they’re a more special occasion or dessert kind of treat.
- 1 orange or 2 clementines with skin-on
- 1 1/2 cups cubed frozen mango
- 1 ripe banana
- 1 6oz greek yogurt, vanilla flavor
- 2 scoops vanilla protein powder
- 1 cup vanilla almond milk
- 1 tablespoon agave
- 1 1/2 C ice cubes
- Combine all ingredients in blender.
- Blend until smooth.
- Enjoy your Starbucks Orange Mango Smoothie Recipe!
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 224Total Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 4mgSodium: 80mgCarbohydrates: 38gFiber: 4gSugar: 29gProtein: 18g
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