Double Mango Smoothies

I’m not one to keep secrets. So when I fell in love with Stonyfield yogurt years ago, I let my feelings be known. Loyal readers of my personal blog (the OTHER Daily Dish) are likely chuckling, because I’ve written quite extensively of my yogurt devotion, even visiting the factory early last year. I hadn’t known my love could grow any deeper, but when Stonyfield launched its “limited edition” Mango Honey yogurt, my heart nearly skipped a beat. These smoothies come together in seconds, are rich, frothy, creamy, thick AND delicious!! Bonus? They’ll leave you full all morning long. Just 2 ingredients, so no excuses. This recipe can be doubled, tripled or (in our case) quadrupled.  Mango juice is often sold as a fruit juice blend – check the nutritional information carefully.  I buy my mango juice at a local Indian grocery – 0 mg sodium per serving! – but I’ve also found it in bulk at BJs and in standard quart containers at the supermarket.  Stonyfield Mango Honey yogurt is available at Whole Foods and many natural food stores.

Yields 1 serving.

SODIUM CONTENT: 110 mg per serving


1- 6-oz. container Stonyfield Farm Organic Low Fat Mango Honey Yogurt
1 c. mango juice (or mango juice blend)


Spoon the yogurt into a blender or food processor, then add the mango juice.

Put the lid on tightly and pulse until smooth.

Pour into a glass and ENJOY!

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7 Responses to Double Mango Smoothies

  1. Only two ingredients you say?
    No excuses you say”

  2. Christy says:

    NO EXCUSES, Inky!!

    (that’s a *friendly* order)


  3. Jody says:

    Mmmm, after feasting on fresh mango in Mexico I am DROOLING over this delicious concoction.

  4. Christy says:

    Nothing like mango to make the sun shine! (Is your snow gone yet? Ours isn’t completely, but these smoothies at least made me feel like it was) 😉

  5. Cute serving tray!

    I was at dinner last night with a blogfriend who said she’s in love with the guy on the commercial for another yogurt brand who goes to visit the factory and acts like it’s the best day of his life. Apparently you guys are all serious about your yogurt.

  6. those look tasty….but can i use a blender instead? i can’t find my food processor. after we reno’ed the kitchen it just never resurfaced.

  7. Christy says:

    Thanks Katie – IKEA! (yes, we yogurt people are SERIOUS – lol)

    Nat – you can totally use a blender (sorry to hear yours disappeared – what’s up with that??!)

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