Tropical Mango Coconut Smoothie with Turmeric

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Tropical Mango Coconut Smoothie with Turmeric : A delicious and creamy blend of tropical flavors with a hint of turmeric for natural healing. tropical-mango-smoothie1Another weekend gone and here we are staring at a brand new Monday and I’m sharing this delicious ‘Tropical Mango Coconut Smoothie with Turmeric’ to cheer you’ll up for a bright and sunny week ahead. As I mentioned in my previous post, we just came back from a week long vacation, that means extra work like unpacking the bags, extra laundry, sorting tons of pictures on both our phones+camera, getting started on our spring activities, weekend party plans and etc. Just thinking about all this, is making my head spin and my legs are already giving up after all the walking we did on our trip but thankfully as soon as I came back home, I took TYLENOL® 8 HR Muscle Aches & Pain to help ease the pain. I’ve been taking them for quite sometime now and they’ve definitely proven effective for my minor muscular pain.  coconut-mango-turmeric-smoothie1With all the jetlag, travel exhaustion and the week looking jam packed, I took up the duty of cleaning our garage (hahhah, what was I thinking 😉 ) before our next weekend party. That means, disposing of old furniture, sorting postal mails (yes, the ones we casually toss around), cleaning up the shelves and getting our shoe rack fixed …phew! Thankfully, hubby offered to move around the old heavy furniture (till we donate them) and while he was doing all that, I quickly made these ‘Tropical Mango Coconut Smoothie with Turmeric’ as the temperature already started to soar (it was 83F by afternoon) and we definitely needed a chilled drink. Along with the smoothies, we both had TYLENOL® 8 HR Muscle Aches & Pain, to help us deal with the pains due to all that heavy lifting and moving around. vegan-coconut-mango-smoothieIt took us almost 3-4 hrs to get the garage sorted but I would say it was all worth it. It’s one spring activity that’s a must every year and I don’t know why we keep pushing it but finally, it’s done and next thing to tackle are camping tents+gears (but I guess we’ll leave it to another weekend). But one thing that’s always by my side to get all the spring activities done (especially the heavy duty weekend stuff) is TYLENOL® as it helps me take control of those minor aches and pains due to spring activities and it’s always there in my bag too (while running errands). I got TYLENOL® from Target and they’re available in Cold and Cough Aisle.tylenol-targetNow, let talk a little about our delicious ‘Tropical Mango Coconut Smoothie with Turmeric’ which is a perfect springtime smoothie, absolutely easy to make and can be prepared overnight too. You just need coconut, mango, pineapple for that tropical flavor and a dash of turmeric. That it, just blend everything together to a creamy consistency and you have yourself a gorgeous looking springtime drink. coconut-mango-smoothie-ingredients-pic

mango-turmeric-smoothie I actually froze the chopped pineapples before adding them to the smoothie as it gives a creamier texture. The less water or ice we use, the creamier our smoothie gets…so it’s totally upto you whether you want to add them frozen or fresh. tropical-Mango-Coconut-smoothie-with-turmericGo ahead and take control of your springtime activities, become the #weekendwarriors and keep TYLENOL® along with you to drive those minor aches and pains away. You can visit Target or TYLENOL® for more information. Until Next Time-easycookingwithmolly

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Tropical Mango Coconut Smoothie with Turmeric

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Ingredients

1 Can Coconut Milk (13.5 oz) - if using any other milk, take 1.5 cup

1 Medium Mango - peeled and chopped

1/4 Cup Frozen Pineapple

1/8 Tsp Turmeric Powder

1/2 Cup Ice - optional

Topping

1 Tsp Coconut Flakes

Pinch of Turmeric Powder

Instructions

  1. Add all the ingredients (except topping) in a blender jar and pulse to form a smooth creamy mixture.
  2. Transfer to serving glasses.
  3. Sprinkle coconut flakes and turmeric on top.
  4. Serve Chilled.
Cuisine: American | Recipe Type: Breakfast , Snack
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30 Replies to "Tropical Mango Coconut Smoothie with Turmeric"

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    julia May 22, 2017 (1:02 pm)
    I should really get onto the turmeric bandwagon! I hear it's really good for you but I've never tried it myself yet. The drink looks delicious and refreshing!
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      Molly Kumar May 22, 2017 (1:24 pm)
      Absolutely try it as turmeric is so good for your overall health and an immune booster too. Glad you liked the smoothie recipe :)
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    Amanda May 22, 2017 (10:31 pm)
    I like adding turmeric to many things as well as taking a turmeric supplement. The flavor and color are so appealing.
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      Molly Kumar May 24, 2017 (12:03 pm)
      That sounds great Amanda, it's such an immunity booster and tastes great too.
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    Pam May 22, 2017 (10:57 pm)
    It seems like everyone is using turmeric lately, except me. I really need to make this smoothie. I drink a smoothie every morning.
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    valmg @ From Val's Kitchen May 23, 2017 (3:14 am)
    My friend loves mango, I think the coconut mango combo is one she'd enjoy. I'd imagine that the smoothie is a great way to hide the flavor of the turmeric.
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      Molly Kumar May 23, 2017 (5:00 pm)
      Absolutely, Val, the turmeric is used in such a tiny quantity that with all the other flavors, one cannot taste it.
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    Priya Srinivasan May 23, 2017 (9:02 am)
    That looks gorgeous! Love all the ingredients, i m having a mango drink almost everyday now, this smoothie is going into that list!! :)
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    Jodi @ Create Kids Club May 23, 2017 (10:10 am)
    I love your tip to freeze the pineapple before adding to the smoothie. Frozen fruit does add so much to a smoothie! Looks delicious.
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    Veena Azmanov May 23, 2017 (11:33 am)
    This looks so delicious and creamy Molly. I love that you froze the pineapple. I do that with my fruits cause I prefer not using ice in my drinks lol. Love the added turmeric. I use it only in my food stuff. Must try it soon.
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    Christine - Jar Of Lemons May 23, 2017 (12:22 pm)
    Loving turmeric right now! Especially in smoothies. Also love that this tropical mango coconut smoothie is so, well, tropical! Makes me think of being at the beach, which sounds amazing right about now. :)
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    Christine - Jar Of Lemons May 23, 2017 (12:22 pm)
    Loving turmeric right now! Especially in smoothies. Also love that this tropical mango coconut smoothie is so, well, tropical! Makes me think of being at the beach, which sounds amazing right about now. :)
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    Marisa Franca @ All Our Way May 23, 2017 (2:18 pm)
    Beautiful photos, Molly! Makes me want to grab one of your drinks and sip it down. I am always looking for additional ways to add turmeric and I noticed that mangoes are on sale at the store. I hope you're feeling better-- yes it seems like we have to pay, in clearly having more work, for taking time off. 🤗
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      Molly Kumar May 23, 2017 (4:48 pm)
      Thanks Marisa and so glad you liked the drink.
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    Michelle May 23, 2017 (3:22 pm)
    I love a good smoothie. I'm actually drinking a mango lassi right now - sorta close? ;) #client
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      Molly Kumar May 23, 2017 (4:47 pm)
      Thanks Michelle and Yes, we love Mango Lassi too :)
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    Adriana Lopez Martn May 23, 2017 (5:12 pm)
    What a beautiful and lovely smoothie I bet it is so shooting and yummy need to make one of this now. I'm hungry!
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      Molly Kumar May 23, 2017 (5:29 pm)
      Thanks Adriana, I'm sure you'd love it :)
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    ManilaSpoon May 23, 2017 (8:55 pm)
    I grew up with mango trees in our backyard so I totally love mangoes!! Haven't tried making smoothie with turmeric but knowing all its health benefits, I certainly should!
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    Heather May 23, 2017 (11:23 pm)
    Yes, Yes and Yes! What a lovely way to start the day ... I am a HUGE fan of all things coconut and adding the tumeric is genius... this is on my Must Try list, for sure :)
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      Molly Kumar May 24, 2017 (12:04 pm)
      Thanks Heather, you should try it soon :)
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    Renz May 24, 2017 (12:19 am)
    This looks so good Molly. Too bad I have to stay away from mangoes while I'm pregnant.. so annoying lol, Love the addition of turmeric too. I know it gives it a nice little kick
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    Amy May 24, 2017 (2:53 am)
    This smoothie looks so creamy and delicious. I love the tropical mango coconut flavors but I have never tried turmeric! I keep hearing how good it is for you though!
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    Kelli Shallal May 24, 2017 (4:05 am)
    Kelli@hungryhobby This looks super refreshing and I love the turmeric in this , great addition! Definitely need to make this during the hot summer months.
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      Molly Kumar May 24, 2017 (12:02 pm)
      Thanks Kelli and I'm glad you like the recipe.
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