This Creamy Mango Smoothie is sweet & kid-friendly, and takes just 2 minutes to blend together. Plus, it's an easy vegan low histamine drink that can be made year-round!
About this recipe
Low in Sugar: Much like my other low histamine smoothies, allulose or maple syrup are my chosen sweetener for this recipe, meaning that basically all the sugar in the recipe is the small amount naturally present in the mango.
Easy to Make: This creamy vegan mango smoothie will please picky kiddos and adults alike, and it's super easy and fun to make!
Antihistamine Powerhouse: Mango is a strongly antihistamine food, meaning that it contains plant chemicals which inherently help your body calm histamine production.
Mango Chunks: these bright yellow-orange fruits are an antioxidant and antihistamine powerhouse! Making smoothies with frozen mangoes doesn’t have to dilute that power, either. Just be sure to use organic mangoes when possible. I also recommend using champagne mangoes if using fresh mangoes, as they're perfect for low sugar, low histamine snacks & desserts!
Coconut Milk: this non-dairy milk is the reason why this creamy mango smoothie are so hard to resist! It also pairs beautifully with the mango, though you can use any milk you tolerate (or even water, but it won't be creamy, anymore).
Allulose or Maple Syrup: other than the mango and milk, the only ingredient in this vegan mango smoothie is my favorite allulose sweetener; for more or less sweetness, you can leave it out or add another tablespoon of your liquid sugar of choice.
How to make creamy mango smoothie: step-by-step instructions
Step 1. Add everything to the blender and pulse for 10 seconds, then blend on high for 10-15 seconds, and enjoy!
Recipe notes & tips
Freezing: Your mango smoothie is ready to enjoy as soon as it's smooth enough for your liking (you'll want a large boba straw for a really chunky smoothie). If you made too much for one sitting, it'll last at least 3 months in the freezer, or up to 6 months if properly-stored.
Low Histamine Milk: I prefer coconut milk for this low histamine smoothie recipe. For a histamine-friendly version, both the Native Forest coconut milk and the Thrive Market brand coconut milks are great picks which don't contain preservatives. You could use another type of milk, whatever you tolerate, or even make your own using pure coconut milk powder.
Adding Protein: You can add 1 to 1 ½ Tablespoons of plant protein powder to this without changing the flavor much, but anything more and it starts to affect it.
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Creamy Mango Smoothie (2 Ingredients!)
- 1 Cup mango chunks
- ½ Cup milk of choice
- 1 Tablespoon liquid sweetener optional
- Add everything to the blender and pulse for 10 seconds, then blend on high for 10-15 seconds, and enjoy!