Blend up this fresh Mango Yogurt for a quick baby snack, toddler breakfast, or to satisfy your own yogurt cravings. The method takes just minutes, it stores so well in the fridge, and it just tastes so darn good!

mango yogurt in blue bowl.

Mango Yogurt

I’ve long loved the combination of mango and yogurt (or drinkable yogurt), and this easy flavored yogurt packs a nutrition punch—and just tastes so good.

Yogurt is a great food for kids because it’s rich in calcium, probiotics, and protein—and it’s a really versatile base for adding flavor like fresh fruit.

You can use fresh or frozen mango in this recipe, or start with Mango Puree.

Most plain yogurt is fairly similar in flavor, though there may be some variation in the tartness. There is often a lot of flavor variation in mangos though—so this may vary in sweetness each time you make it.

Which is why it’s helpful to taste it after blending and adjust the sweetness as needed.

Ingredients You Need

Here’s a look at what you need for this recipe so you’ll know what to pick up at the store:

ingredients in mango yogurt
  • Plain yogurt: I prefer whole milk yogurt, but if you only have access to low fat or vanilla, that is totally fine. You can use regular or Greek style. The only difference is the thickness.
  • Mango: You can use fresh or frozen mango. Or start with fresh mango or mango puree.
  • Optional ingredients: Fresh lime juice and zest and/or hemp seeds.
  • You can add honey or maple syrup depending on the sweetness of your fruit.
thawed frozen diced mango

Ingredient Substitutions

Dairy-free: You can use plain nondairy yogurt if you need to make this without dairy. Look for options from Siggis or Kite Hill or any that you prefer.

You can use fresh, frozen, or store-bought mango baby food if you prefer.

Step-by-Step Instructions

Here’s a look at how to make this recipe so you know what to expect. Scroll down to the bottom of this post for the full information.

how to make mango yogurt step by step
  1. If making with fresh mango: Add fruit to a blender and blend smooth.
  2. If making with frozen mango: Thaw at room temperature or warm for about 1 minute in the microwave. Add them to the blender and blend smooth.
  3. Stir together with the yogurt to make a uniform mixture.
  4. Add any optional ingredients.
  5. Stir or store for later.
mango yogurt in bowls

Frequently Asked Questions

Do mango and yogurt go together?

Mango and yogurt combine to make really delicious homemade flavored yogurt.

What kind of mango is best for this recipe?

You can use fresh or frozen mango. Or you can start with Mango Puree. And you can use any type of mango variety you find at your stores. (If you ever see the super sweet Ataulfo/Honey mango, which is a little smaller and insanely delicious tasting, grab some. They’re not in season as often, but wow they are good!)

Is this a good baby yogurt?

Yes, it’s a great baby food option, whether served on a spoon or in a reusable pouch. (You can even stir in instant oats to make a fast Overnight Oats variation.) Skip the optional honey for babies under age 12 months.

mango yogurt in blue bowl and storage jars

How to Store

You can store this mango yogurt in airtight containers in the fridge for up to 5 days. You can also store them in reusable baby food pouches and serve them right in the pouch if that’s easier for you.

Best Tips for Success

  • Use plain whole milk yogurt if possible (little kids need fat for brain development). If you only have the option to use low-fat or vanilla, the recipe will still work just fine.
  • You can use regular or Greek style yogurt. The only difference is that Greek yogurt makes this a little thicker and has more protein.
  • Use fresh or frozen cubes of mango, or Mango Puree.
  • Add in hemp seeds for more nutrition if desired.
  • Try it with the lime for an added flavor if desired.
  • Serve with a spoon or in a reusable pouch.
  • Top with granola if desired. Crush it up for kids under about 2 or so.

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Favorite Mango Yogurt

You can use fresh or frozen mango, or start with mango puree. All three options work similarly. This is an easy way to make flavored yogurt at home for breakfast or snack.
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 0 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Cuisine American
Course Breakfast
Calories 124kcal
Servings 2

Ingredients

Mango (choose ONE per batch)

Yogurt Mixture

  • 1 cup whole milk plain Greek yogurt (regular yogurt works, too)
  • 1 teaspoon fresh lime juice (optional)
  • 1/2 teaspoon fresh lime zest (optional)
  • 1 teaspoon hemp seeds (optional)

Instructions

  • If using fresh mango, use a paring knife to peel the skin off. Cut the fruit off of the pit, then dice. Measure out a cup. Add to a blender and blend smooth, stopping and starting the blender as needed.
  • If using frozen mango cubes, thaw at room temperature for a few hours or in a heat-safe bowl in the microwave for about 1 minute. Add to a blender and puree smooth.
  • If using mango puree, you can add it straight to the bowl in the next step.
  • Add the yogurt and the mango puree to a bowl. Stir together well.
  • Add in any optional ingredients and stir. Serve or store for later.

Notes

  • Store in airtight containers or reusable pouches for 3-5 days in the refrigerator.
  • Use plain whole milk yogurt if possible (little kids need fat for brain development). If you only have the option to use low-fat or vanilla, the recipe will still work just fine.
  • You can use regular or Greek-style yogurt. The only difference is that Greek yogurt makes this a little thicker and has more protein.
  • Use fresh or frozen cubes of mango, or Mango Puree.
  • Add in hemp seeds for more nutrition if desired.
  • Try it with the lime for an added flavor if desired.
  • Serve with a spoon or in a reusable pouch.
  • Top with granola if desired. Crush it up for kids under about 2 or so.

Nutrition

Serving: 0.75cup, Calories: 124kcal, Carbohydrates: 16g, Protein: 12g, Fat: 2g, Saturated Fat: 1g, Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g, Monounsaturated Fat: 1g, Trans Fat: 1g, Cholesterol: 5mg, Sodium: 37mg, Potassium: 283mg, Fiber: 1g, Sugar: 15g, Vitamin A: 911IU, Vitamin C: 31mg, Calcium: 123mg, Iron: 1mg
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