Delish! Added extra honey and ice cubes(didn't freeze mango) and it was awsome! Took less than 5 minutes to make! Will definitly make this again!
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Rosepetal Posted: 01/31/09
kristid Posted: 04/26/09
my daughter and i make this recipe every weekend and sometimes sub strawberries for the mango, which is great too. it can be a little sweet - but i think that depends on how ripe your bananas are. i love to boost it with the powdered milk too.
vall289 Posted: 07/30/11
bonobo Posted: 10/19/11
This is good! I'm drinking it right now haha. I didn't feel like waiting for the mango to freeze though so I just used fresh mango. Also I didn't do the dry milk boost. But anyway, it's awesome and it filled me up!
Twaddle Posted: 12/19/12
I really liked this smoothie. It was amazing!
Chicagokiter76 Posted: 12/20/12
Great texture, though the flavor needed punching up. I doubled the mango, vanilla, and honey and it definitely gave it a stronger flavor. If followed exactly, the original recipe is good though the banana and milk seem to dominate and leave you with a very smooth and creamy smoothie that is somewhat lacking in mango flavor.
rstarrlemaitre Posted: 03/04/13
Delicious! I would dub this a Banana Pudding Smoothie. You will never believe there is only 1 teaspoon of sweetener (I used agave, not honey), because the ripe mango and banana are so naturally sweet. The perfect consistency, and a great energy boost.
skspillman Posted: 08/10/12
This smoothie is incredibly delicious! I used frozen mango, left out the milk powder, and used agave syrup instead of honey. I froze the smoothies to eat at work for breakfast--has a consistency like ice cream and is so good! I will definitely make these again.
Munique Posted: 05/23/12
Absolutely puuuuuuuurfect! Delightfully pleased. :)