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Mango Smoothie-1-12 As I’ve stated before I rarely ever eat breakfast but I do make it every single day for my husband and son. While they chow down on eggs and sausage, I am usually going over emails and checking in on social media while sipping on a cup of mocha; that’s the extent to my breakfast, some days I add fruit if I’m extra hungry. Mango Smoothie-1-8 Lately my husband has been on a health kick and has asked me to prepare healthier foods so I started switching things up a bit by adding egg white omelets, yogurt, fruit and granola bowl and smoothie to his breakfast routine. Mango Smoothie-1-17He requested a high protein shake but he’s not a fan of  powdered protein, so I used Chobani Greek Yogurt since it’s higher in protein than regular yogurt and has 40% less sugar; this is perfect because I use ripe fruits which will typically sweeten the shake.  I picked up 2 tubs of greek yogurt at Krogers, vanilla and plain, because I love how versatile those flavors are.Mango Smoothie-1-4 It is also all natural and not genetically modified. I wanted to make a shake that was heavy enough to replace breakfast so I added oats to the mixture which I was a bit skeptical about but it worked beautifully and the oats add a slightly nutty flavor. Another ingredient that I sneaked into his shake was turmeric! Yes, the same turmeric that’s used in curry and savory dishes. Mango Smoothie-1-16Turmeric is an anti-inflammatory and has many health benefits such as taming heart burn and stomach issues; it’s a win win! It also adds to the beautiful color of this smoothie! Powdered or fresh can be used in this recipe; I went with the fresh turmeric.Mango Smoothie-1-13 Ripe mango and banana added even more body and flavor to create a thick smoothie; you will need a spoon for this one. Pour it in a bowl and add more fruit and toasted coconut flakes for a hefty breakfast. 2015-08-16_18.21.21 Be sure to check out your local Kroger Family of Stores September 4-6th for delicious Chobani demos in-store. What is your favorite smoothie recipe? Go here for inspirtation!

MANGO TURMERIC SMOOTHIE

Ingredients

  • 3 tbsp oats(rolled is preferred but you can also use quick oats as I did)
  • ½ cup Vanilla Yogurt
  • ½ tsp grated turmeric
  • ½ ripe banana
  • ¾ cup ripe mango
  • honey (optional)
  • Place the oats into the blender and blend to a fine powder. Add yogurt, turmeric, banana and ripe mango and blend until smooth. Honey is optional as the ripe mangoes add enough sweetness. Adjust according to your personal preference.

Instructions

  1. Place the oats into the blender and blend to a fine powder. Add yogurt, turmeric, banana and ripe mango and blend until smooth. Honey is optional as the ripe mangoes add enough sweetness. Adjust according to your personal preference.
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#BMHPotluck  In celebration of Black History Month I’m participating in a virtual potluck up with a great group of food bloggers who are all sharing amazing recipes all month long.  My Mango Turmeric Smoothie will be my contribution; it has two ingredients that are a big part of Guyanese and Caribbean cuisine and that’s mango and turmeric.  Turmeric in it’s powdered form is a key ingredient in our curry powder and well mangoes can be found just about everywhere is widely love.    Click on the links below some amazing recipe, there’s enough to make a dish for each day of the month!  Enjoy!

 

BLACK HISTORY MONTH VIRTUAL POTLUCK

Meiko and the Dish | Crispy Fried Chicken with Pepper Jelly Molasses

Whisk It Real Gud | Trinidad Oxtail Pelau

Raised on Ramen | Caramelized Plantain Tacos with Pecan-Honey Butter

Dash of Jazz | Aunt Georgia’s Peach Cobbler

Foodie In New York | Twice Baked Yams

The Seasoning Bottle | Jamaican Sorrel/Senegalese Bissap

Chef Kenneth | Smothered Okra with Shrimp

Savory Spicerack | Po’ Boys with Cajun Tempura Shrimp

Chocolate For Basil | Groundnut Stew (Peanut Stew)

Simply LaKita | Banana Pudding

My Forking Life | Callaloo and Saltfish

Gucci Belly | Swamp Water

Kaluhi’s Kitchen | Ukwaju (Tamarind) Marinated Spicy Chicken Thighs

Sweet Savant | Coffee-Rubbed Lamb Ribs

Salty Sweet Life | Southern Greens Shakshuka

Eat.Drink.Frolic. | Maple Roasted Brussels Sprouts

I Heart Recipes | Southern Fried Cabbage

Jehan Can Cook | Mango Turmeric Smoothie

Margarita’s On The Rocks | Lemon Pepper Fish Tacos with Collard Green Slaw

A Soulful Twist | Slow-Cooker Gumbo (Gluten Free)

The Kitchenista Diaries | Coconut Milk Braised Collard Greens

My Life Runs On Food | Orange Chocolate Smoothie

Butter Be Ready | Skillet Cornbread

Domestic Dee | Shrimp Creole

D.M.R. Fine Foods | Curry Chicken Pot Pie

The Inner Gourmet | Lamb Fried Rice

Marisa Moore Nutrition | Hoppin’ John Patties with Warm Tomato Salsa

The Hungry Hutch | Blood Orange Cornmeal Cake

 

BLACK HISTORY MONTH VIRTUAL POTLUCK – Vegetarian

Raised on Ramen | Caramelized Plantain Tacos with Pecan-Honey Butter

Dash of Jazz | Aunt Georgia’s Peach Cobbler

Foodie In New York | Twice Baked Yams

The Seasoning Bottle | Jamaican Sorrel/Senegalese Bissap

Chocolate For Basil | Groundnut Stew (Peanut Stew)

Simply LaKita | Banana Pudding

Gucci Belly | Swamp Water

Salty Sweet Life | Southern Greens Shakshuka

Eat.Drink.Frolic. | Maple Roasted Brussels Sprouts

I Heart Recipes | Southern Fried Cabbage

Jehan Can Cook | Mango Turmeric Smoothie

The Kitchenista Diaries | Coconut Milk Braised Collard Greens

My Life Runs On Food | Orange Chocolate Smoothie

Butter Be Ready | Skillet Cornbread

Marisa Moore Nutrition | Hoppin’ John Patties with Warm Tomato Salsa

The Hungry Hutch | Blood Orange Cornmeal Cake

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This article has 23 comments

  1. Cristi Comes

    I am such a huge fan of nice ripe mangos, I’d love to try this. But I’ve actually never used tumeric. That sounds like it would add a really unique flavor and love the health benefits. Thanks for this great recipe with Chobani greek yogurt. #client

  2. Abstrax

    rumana..nice one yarr..one of our favorite bannana chips..the spicy version is new to me..but looks so delicious.if i get that plate,sure i will finish it within seconds..nice color..spicy yummy..

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