This combination of fruit makes a tangy, refreshing drink for summertime. You could add yogurt instead of water if you prefer a creamy smoothie.
The nutritional breakdown on its own is enough for most of us to try this one. I used frozen mango, so I did reduce the ice a little, and since I like smoothies a little on the thick side, reduced the water as well. I must admit that I've developed a taste for smoothies with a little Greek yogurt, so as a personal taste preference, I will add about 1/3 cup vanilla Greek yogurt next time. However, this is simply pure sweet fruitiness from a combination of perfectly-ripe summer fruit, and it gives you a real pop of vibrant flavor. Very nice. - 21 Jul 2014 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
I only had frozen fruit. No ice and added water until the right consistency. If I had fresh, ripe mangoes this would be even better. - 11 Sep 2016 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
I found this recipe to be very thick and I had to add more liquid just to blend it. With that said, I used coconut water with aloe vera instead of water and added nearly 2 cups and my smoothie was still on the thick side. I also added the juice from half of a lime and sprinkles unsweetened coconut on top. - 05 Nov 2015 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)