With just 3 simple ingredients, this Avocado Mango Smoothie is SO good—creamy, naturally sweet, and packed with Vitamin C and healthy fats. It’s a great toddler snack or meal component (that I bet you’ll be happy to share with the kids!).

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Avocado Mango Smoothie

I love making super simple smoothies as a way to offer nutrients that my kids don’t always eat straight up, and this super straight forward avocado smoothie is a favorite. It’s creamy, satisfying, and perfect to make for the kids—or to share with them!

TIP: This makes two small portions or one larger portion. You can save half for the following day if needed.

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Ingredients in Avocado Mango Smoothie

To make this easy smoothie recipe, you’ll need:

  • Milk or kefir
  • Avocado
  • Frozen diced mango

TIP: I prefer to use unsweetened plain or vanilla nondairy milk or plain or vanilla kefir in this. I really, really love it with whole milk vanilla kefir as it’s super creamy and delicious.

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How to Make Avocado Mango Smoothie Step-by-Step

This is super simple. Here’s a look at the process and scroll down to the bottom of the post for all of the specifics.

  1. Add the ingredients to a blender.
  2. Blend, starting on low and working up to high.
  3. Serve!

TIP: You may need to use the stick that came with your blender or stop and start once or twice to get the mixture going.

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Can I use other fruit?

Sure! Banana also works well and I bet frozen strawberries would be delicious too. You can also throw in some spinach if you want some veggies in the mix!

Can I use frozen avocado?

You can! They are great in smoothies. You may need a smidge more milk since using frozen avocado will make a thicker smoothie.

What’s the best way to serve a smoothie to kids?

I prefer to serve them in a reusable pouch or in a small open cup with a straw. Try it both ways and see if your kids have a preference.

Mango Avocado Smoothie for Baby

This is a great baby smoothie since it’s simple and also delicious. Use nondairy unsweetened milk or plain unsweetened kefir as your liquid and serve in a reusable pouch. (We started using those pouches at 7 months and they are an awesome tool!)

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Tips for Making the Best Avocado Smoothie

  • I like making this with whole milk vanilla kefir, but plain nondairy milk or kefir work.
  • I don’t love using regular milk in smoothies as I find that it can separate, but if you plan to serve right away, that will work just fine!
  • Sweeten with a little honey (for kids over 1) or maple syrup to taste as needed.
  • You can use fresh or frozen avocado.
  • If the mixture is to thick for your blender, add a smidge more milk.
  • You can refrigerate any leftovers for up to 24 hours in the fridge. It will have a texture more like drinkable yogurt than a smoothie on the second day.

I’d love to hear if you try this recipe with your kids, so please comment and rate the recipe below to share!

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Best Avocado Smoothie (3 ingredients!)

This makes two toddler-size servings or one serving for a hungrier smoothie-lover!
5 from 2 votes
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 0 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Cuisine American
Course Snack
Calories 194kcal
Servings 1

Ingredients

  • 1 cup unsweetened nondairy milk (or kefir)
  • 1 cup frozen mango cubes (or sliced banana)
  • 1/4 cup avocado (peel discarded)
  • 1 teaspoon hemp seeds, 1 teaspoon almond or peanut butter, ¼ cup spinach, optional

Instructions

  • Add the ingredients to the blender.
  • Blend, starting on low and working up to high. Use the stick that came with the blender if needed or stop and start if things get stuck.
  • Serve in an open cup or reusable pouch as desired.

Notes

  • I like making this with vanilla kefir, but plain nondairy milk or kefir work.
  • I don't love using regular milk in smoothies as I find that it can separate, but if you plan to serve right away, that will work just fine!
  • Sweeten with a little honey (for kids over 1) or maple syrup to taste as needed.
  • You can use fresh or frozen avocado.
  • If the mixture is too thick for your blender, add a smidge more milk.
  • You can refrigerate any leftovers for up to 24 hours in the fridge. It will have a texture more like drinkable yogurt than a smoothie on the second day.

Nutrition

Calories: 194kcal, Carbohydrates: 29g, Protein: 3g, Fat: 9g, Saturated Fat: 1g, Polyunsaturated Fat: 2g, Monounsaturated Fat: 5g, Sodium: 329mg, Potassium: 459mg, Fiber: 6g, Sugar: 23g, Vitamin A: 1840IU, Vitamin C: 64mg, Calcium: 323mg, Iron: 1mg
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  1. 5 stars
    Another great smoothie! My 2.5 year old and I just enjoyed this as our afternoon snack. We added in 1 tsp maple syrup, 1 tsp hemp hearts, 1/4 cup spinach, and a couple of heaping tbsps of plain Greek yogurt with our avocado, mango, and oat milk. Yummy! This is going to become one of our favourites! Yummy! It’s an added bonus that it gets some avocado and spinach in my kid!

  2. This looks great! I’ve been making a lot of your recipes and was wondering if you have ever used cashews or coconut cream in place of bananas? My son gets constipated if he has bananas too much and I notice a lot of your awesome recipes- like snacks and smoothies have bananas in them. Just thought I’d ask. Thanks!

    1. Hi- I haven’t tried either of those things, though coconut cream would likely be great in a smoothie. The main thing you’d lose is sweetness. Mango would work as a substitute. (Also ripe/over-ripe banana usually doesn’t cause constipation, though underripe bananas can, in case that’s useful to know.)