Mango Oat Smoothie

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Vegan
Gluten-Free
Nuts-Free

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Whizz up a breakfast smoothie with oats for slow-release fuel, fresh mango for natural sweetness, and soy milk for plant-based proteins. Fruity and creamy, it's perfect to start the day right and get one of your five-a-day too.

Mango Oat Smoothie (Vegan, High-Protein)

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Time 5m

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Introduction

This mango oat smoothie is the perfect recipe for those busy mornings when you're short on time but still want a nutritious breakfast. Just grab three simple ingredients, blitz them in your trusty blender, and enjoy the smoothie at home or on the go.

We kept this smoothie recipe short and sweet, so we used only mangoes, rolled oats, and soy milk. Make sure the mango is very ripe as it will taste much sweeter, helping you skip on added sugars. As for the oats, you can use either porridge oats or jumbo oats; it doesn't matter too much as you'll have to blend them anyway, so use whatever you prefer or already have at home.

We made this mango smoothie without using any bananas or yogurt. Instead, we relied on oats to give creaminess to the smoothie. Oat flakes are rich in soluble fibres, meaning they can absorb liquids and form a thick gel. This is not only good for the smoothie but good for you too! Fibres make you feel full for longer and slow down the stream of energy released from food, thus reducing mid-morning hunger pangs.

We balanced this oat smoothie with a source of plant-based proteins by using soy milk. But if you have a soy allergy, you can swap it with other dairy-free alternatives, like almond, oat, or hemp milk. Finally, we mixed the smoothie with just a little ground turmeric, which gives a lovely golden tone and a boost of precious antioxidants. It's optional, so feel free to use it or not according to your personal preference.

A nice big glass of this breakfast smoothie has only 250 calories, and it covers the recommended intake of fibres, proteins, and sugars for a meal. Each serving comes with 10 grams of proteins and 5 grams of fibres, meaning you'll feel happy and satiated all morning long — which is great news for those on a weight-loss diet too!

But if you feel like boosting this mango smoothie with even more fibres and proteins, then try adding a tablespoon of chia seeds or nut butter per serving. Almond and cashew butter go well with mango, but you can also opt for classic peanut butter. You can also turn the smoothie into a breakfast bowl topping it with whole nuts and seeds for a nice crunch. However you're going to have it, we hope you'll like it as much as we did!

Ingredients


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  • Ripe Peeled Mango
    200 g
  • Oats
    60 g
  • Soy Milk (or Oat Milk)
    400 mL
  • Ground Turmeric (optional)
    0.5 tsp

Allergens are marked in bold

Recipe Instructions

step 1


Make sure you're using soft and ripe mangoes as they will be tastier and sweeter.

In a blender, add chopped mango, oats, soy milk, and turmeric if you're using it.

step 2


Blitz all until smooth and creamy.

Keep in mind that the oats will soak in the milk, making the smoothie denser if you leave it in the fridge for a few hours or overnight.

So, if you like you smoothie a bit runnier, pour in extra milk to taste and pulse again.

step 3


Finally, divide the mango smoothie among serving glasses and enjoy it.

You can also keep it in the fridge in a sealed jar for up to two days.

Tips


  • If fresh mangoes are not in season, you can also use frozen mango chunks. There's no need to thaw them first; just add them to the blender and blitz. The smoothie will be slightly denser, but still delicious.

  • If you're using turmeric, add a pinch of black pepper to boost the absorption of curcumin, turmeric's active ingredient.

  • For extra proteins and healthy fats, add in one tablespoon of chia seeds or almond butter per person.