Tropical Smoothie

This Tropical Smoothie recipe is quick and easy to prepare, only taking a couple of minutes from start to finish. Smoothies are also customizable to your tastes, so have fun changing them up.

Tropical Smoothie

Tropical smoothies have to be one of the best smoothie flavors there is. The mango and pineapple complement each other perfectly, creating an amazing summer drink. This tropical smoothie is packed full of goodness. The coconut water added to this smoothie recipe not only tastes delicious, but it also acts as a natural energy drink the way nature intended. It’s one of my favorite smoothies to have after a morning workout.

Tropical Smoothie

How to make a smoothie?

Making a smoothie is one of the easiest recipes there is. It only takes a couple of minutes of prep and a minute of blending and you’re done. The secret to the perfect smoothie is to always add in some frozen fruit. For this recipe, we added frozen bananas and pineapple. Using frozen fruit gives your smoothie a thick and almost creamy texture, just like the smoothies you buy at the famous Tropical Smoothie Cafe. The other ingredient that creates the perfect flavor for your tropical smoothies is coconut water. This adds more flavor than simply adding water or even milk, coconut water in your morning smoothies is a game changer.

Best Smoothie Blender

Not all smoothie blenders are the same. Some blenders just can’t handle ice or frozen fruit very well. Here at the Love Food Kitchen, we tend to use a blender with a tamper as it makes light work of smoothie making, and you’re not left with having to take the blender lid off and stir all the ingredients back down to the bottom of the cup each time it gets clogged. What is a tamper? You may ask, well, a tamper is an important tool to help push the frozen ingredients down towards the spinning blades of your blender, yet keeping a safe distance so you don’t tap off the blades and can remain safe.

The ultimate blender to get would be a Vitamix. I’m very envious of anyone that owns one; it’s on my wish list lol. If your budget doesn’t allow you to spend that much, the Cozeemax blender looks very similar to the Vitamix and uses a tamper in the same way. Using an individual-sized blender cup is also another great way to make smoothies. The Nutribullet or Ninja smoothie blenders are also a brilliant choice as they come with single-portion cup attachments.

Tropical Smoothie Nutrition

Smoothies are an excellent way to add fruits and vegetables to your daily diet. The mango and pineapples in this recipe are packed with so many health, immune-boosting nutrients. They’re both high in vitamin C, low in calories, and a great source of fiber. The enzymes in the pineapple can help ease digestion and may improve overall digestive health. Fruit smoothies can contain a lot of natural sugar, so make sure to always have smoothies in moderation.

Tropical Smoothie

How many calories are in a Tropical Smoothie?

The calories in this tropical smoothie recipe are 252 per serving, making this a great addition to any breakfast. I love serving tropical smoothies to my friends and family on a hot summer’s day. I add it to cocktail glasses and serve it with a wedge of fruit, it’s so refreshing and everyone loves it.

Tropical Smoothie

Tropical Smoothie

Love Food Feed
This is the best tropical smoothie recipe ever, you only need 4 ingredients, it's quick and easy to make too. You'll be sipping your delicious healthy tropical smoothie in just a couple of minutes.
4.6 from 9 votes
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Course Beverage, Breakfast, Drinks, Vegan
Cuisine American
Servings 2 people
Calories 252 kcal


  • 2 Medium Bananas frozen
  • 180 Grams Mango Fresh
  • 180 Grams Pineapple Frozen
  • 500 milliliters Coconut water


  • First chop your mango into small cubes (make sure to remove the mango peel)
    180 Grams Mango
  • Next, add all your ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth.
    2 Medium Bananas, 180 Grams Pineapple, 500 milliliters Coconut water, 180 Grams Mango
    Tropical Smoothie
  • Pour into two serving glasses and enjoy.
    Tropical Smoothie


Tips & Tricks
Make sure to fully blend your smoothie as there's nothing worse than lumps of fruit getting stuck in your straw.
This tropical smoothie recipe is perfect for frozen fruit popsicles, simply pour your smoothie into popsicle molds and freeze for a few hours.


Calories: 252kcalCarbohydrates: 62gProtein: 4gFat: 1gSaturated Fat: 1gPolyunsaturated Fat: 1gMonounsaturated Fat: 1gSodium: 265mgPotassium: 1297mgFiber: 9gSugar: 42gVitamin A: 1102IUVitamin C: 92mgCalcium: 88mgIron: 1mg
Keyword breakfast smoothie, cold drink, fruit smoothie, healthy breakfast, mango, mango smoothie, pineapple, pineapple smoothie, smoothie, smoothie recipe, summer drink, tropical smoothie
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If you’re looking for more tropical-inspired recipes, try out our Mango & Pineapple smoothie bowl recipe, This is one of my favorite smoothie bowl recipes as it feels like I’m being naughty and eating dessert for breakfast. It’s almost like eating fruity ice cream.

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