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This mango banana kiwi smoothie bowl is very quick and easy to make.
Smoothie bowls are especially great for breakfast or a snack during the day.
Mango banana kiwi smoothies are creamy and thick and depending on the toppings you add, crunchy and simply delicious.
Are you looking for other smoothie ideas?
Check out this simple Banana Smoothie Bowl recipe.
Ingredients you will need
All you need for this banana kiwi smoothie bowl is;
- Frozen Bananas
- Ripe Kiwi
- Frozen Mango
- Ice cubes
Should I use regular or frozen bananas to make the mango kiwi smoothie bowl?
I would highly suggest that you use frozen bananas to make this smoothie . This is because they make the smoothie thick in texture and enhance the creaminess.
If you use regular fresh bananas, the smoothie will be runny and more of a juice than a smoothie.
If you do not mind a watery smoothie then you can go ahead and use unfrozen banana, but for those who want a thick smoothie, frozen is the way to go.
How do I freeze my bananas?
Peel a ripe banana and slice it up into smaller pieces of about 1 inch slices. Put the banana slices in a ziploc bag. Place it in the freezer and remove them when you need to make the smoothie.
Why frozen mango? Can I use it unfrozen?
The need to use frozen mango is just to make the smoothie thick and cold.
You can most certainly use mango that is not frozen but the smoothie might turn out runny in consistency.
Do I need ripe kiwi for this?
Yes. For best results and taste, ripe kiwi is a must for this smoothie. I personally do not like the taste of under ripened kiwi since it can be a little tart to the taste buds.
I do not have ripe kiwi, what can I do?
If the Kiwis you have are not fully ripe, you can add in some honey to avoid the tart taste effect that the under ripe kiwi will bring.
Alternatively, you can store them in the fridge next to a fruit like a banana or apple for a few days to make it ripen quicker.
Wait, how do I know my kiwis are ripe?
Ripe kiwis are usually slightly soft when you press them lightly but still retains its shape. If it has gotten slightly over ripe, that means there are a couple of mushy spots when you press slightly, you can still use it for this smoothie recipe.
CUSTOMIZE IT TO YOUR LIKING
You can add in any other ingredient of your liking to enhance the taste of mango kiwi banana smoothie.
Some few examples include
- Add ice cubes to make it extra cold
- Add blueberry or strawberry
- Add in some honey for sweetness.
WHAT TO DO WITH THE LEFTOVERS
Mango kiwi banana smoothie bowl is better when enjoyed fresh, so make sure to make enough for one serving.
How to make mango kiwi banana smoothie bowl
- Add the frozen banana slices and frozen mango into the blender until they soften slightly then add the peeled kiwi and ice cubes and blend until it becomes thick and smooth in consistency.
- Add the smoothie into a bowl and add any toppings of your choice.
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Mango Kiwi Banana Smoothie
This is a simple step by step guide on how to make mango kiwi banana smoothie. This smoothie is not only delicious but very nutritious.
Place the frozen banana and mango in a blender and blend for 1 minute. Add the peeled kiwi and blend until the consistency is smooth and thick.