Mango cooler

mango smoothie

Serves 4

  • 2 large mangoes, as ripe as possible

  • 150 ml semi-skimmed milk

  • zest and juice of 1 lime

  • 1 handful ice cubes

  • 1 handful fresh mint leaves, plus extra to serve

  • brown sugar or honey, to taste

Remove the skin and cut the juicy flesh off the mangoes. Place the fruit in a blender or food processor, along with any juice left on the chopping board. Add the milk, lime juice and zest, ice and mint leaves and give it all a good whiz until smooth. Taste, and if you've got a sweet tooth, add a sprinkling of brown sugar or honey and give it another quick whiz. Chill in the fridge before serving, then garnish with a few mint leaves.

Nutritional Information

Mango cooler

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This quenching drink with juicy mango and fresh mint is instantly cooling and refreshing
Serves 4
05m (plus chilling time)
Super easy
Method



Remove the skin and cut the juicy flesh off the mangoes. Place the fruit in a blender or food processor, along with any juice left on the chopping board. Add the milk, lime juice and zest, ice and mint leaves and give it all a good whiz until smooth. Taste, and if you've got a sweet tooth, add a sprinkling of brown sugar or honey and give it another quick whiz. Chill in the fridge before serving, then garnish with a few mint leaves.

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Nutritional Information Amount per serving:
  • Calories 166 8%
  • Carbs 28.9g 13%
  • Sugar 18.4g 20%
  • Fat 0.9g 1%
  • Saturates 0.5g 3%
  • Protein 2.2g 5%
Of an adult woman's guideline daily amount

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