Mango smoothie bowl

Mango smoothie bowl

15 min
Kickstart your day with a splash of colour by diving into a bowl of tropical fruity bliss. This easy mango smoothie bowl recipe made with creamy skyr and filled with fruit gives you the perfect breakfast boost, ensuring a refreshing start to your morning. It is a delicious and refreshing way to fuel up and set the tone for a fantastic day ahead.


  • Blend skyr, mango, and banana for approximately 2 minutes until thick and smooth.
  • Pour the smoothie into two bowls and top with mango, granola, berries, kiwi berries, and goji berries.
  • Garnish with wood sorrel and serve.

When making your smoothie bowl, it is important to select ripe fruit to ensure a delightful burst of fruity flavour. Ripe mangoes and bananas are not only sweeter but also offer a more intense and pronounced taste. The sweetness of ripe mangoes perfectly complements the tropical essence of the smoothie bowl, while the ripened bananas bring a natural sweetness and creamy texture.


If you like a thicker smoothie bowl, you can use both frozen mango and bananas as the base. This will help you achieve a thick and creamy consistency, keeping the toppings floating on top. For a thinner consistency, you can add more skyr gradually until you reach the desired thickness.

Questions about mango smoothie bowls

Transport yourself to a tropical island with this mango smoothie bowl recipe, whether you are savouring it on a sunny day or indulging in a comforting treat on a cold winter morning. Best of all, it is a breeze to make. Keep reading to discover more about this delightful bowl of fruity goodness.

What to put in a mango smoothie bowl?
The foundation of this mango smoothie bowl is vanilla skyr, a type of Icelandic yogurt known for its thick and creamy texture. You can also use other thick yogurts, for example, Greek yogurt, or the like. Using different types of yogurt is perfect for creating the flavour profile you like most! Ripe mango adds a burst of fruity goodness and added texture and banana adds sweetness and creaminess and contributes to the irresistible thick consistency.
What toppings to use for a mango smoothie bowl?
Take your bowl to the next level by generously adding a variety of tempting toppings to go with the sweet mango flavour. For a delightful crunch, sprinkle a generous amount of crunchy granola over the smoothie. Decorate the bowl with mango cubes and kiwi berries to infuse a tropical fruity essence and scatter some currants or other sour berries on top for a balancing touch of sweetness. Feel free to get creative and use different types of fruit or berries based on what you have available.
Do you use fresh or frozen fruit for a mango smoothie bowl?
You can use both fresh and frozen fruit in a mango smoothie bowl! Frozen fruit will make the bowl thicker and creamier, so if you like a thick, spoon-able texture, frozen mango and bananas are perfect. If you are using fresh fruit instead, you can add a few ice cubes to the blender to make it cold and thick. Fresh mango or banana allows you to choose the ripest, most flavourful fruit before blending.


Smoothie bowl
Vanilla Arla® Skyr
300 ml
Ripe mango fruit – the flesh thereof (approx. 200 g)
Ripe frozen bananas, in pieces (approx. 200 g)
Mango diced
50 ml
Redcurrants or other sour berries
50 g
Kiwi berries or sliced kiwi fruit
50 g
Dried goji berries
10 g
Wood sorrel

Enjoy our thick banana and mango smoothie bowl

Treat yourself to the delightful, tropical flavours of our thick and creamy banana and mango smoothie bowl. This tantalising treat is a perfect blend of tropical sweetness and velvety goodness, guaranteed to whisk your taste buds away to flavour paradise. With just a blender and a handful of ingredients, you can whip up this vibrant, golden-hued bowl. So, whether you are craving an easy breakfast, a refreshing snack, or a delightful dessert, this delicious bowl will hit the spot and leave you feeling satisfied. Looking for more frozen fruity breakfast treats? We have some exciting options for you to try! Dive into our refreshing green smoothie bowl, savour the deliciousness of our spirulina smoothie bowl, or brighten up your morning with a colourful matcha smoothie bowl.

Sweet, fresh, and creamy skyr bowl – with fresh and frozen fruit

Savour the delightful combination of a sweet, fresh, and creamy skyr bowl, made with a mix of fresh and frozen fruit. The smooth skyr provides a cool and tangy base, while the vibrant fruits add bursts of flavour. Using frozen fruit adds to the texture, making it thick and even creamier. Enjoy the contrasting textures and harmonious tastes as you indulge in this delicious treat.

Decorate with fruity, crunchy, and flavourful toppings

Elevate your smoothie bowl experience by decking it out with an array of fruity, crunchy, and flavourful toppings that are guaranteed to brighten up any day. The vibrant orange cubes of mangoes will infuse your bowl with a burst of tropical sunshine, perfectly complementing the flavours of the banana and mango base with their juicy sweetness. To add even more colour and fruity deliciousness, opt for kiwi berries or kiwi fruit, creating a beautiful contrast against the golden backdrop of the smoothie and delivering a refreshing zing in every spoonful. For a tangy twist that cuts through the sweetness, scatter some currants and goji berries with their deep, rich red hues. And to take your bowl of tropical bliss to the next level, generously sprinkle it with crunchy granola. Not only will the granola enhance the overall taste, but it will also provide a delightful crunchy texture to this velvety frozen treat.

Add a touch of berries

A berry and mango smoothie bowl is a delicious fusion of flavours. By adding berries, you infuse it with a burst of vibrant colour and fruity goodness. Whether you go for tart currants or other sour berries or opt for juicy strawberries, tangy blueberries, or sweet raspberries, the berries create a delightful contrast that perfectly complements the tropical flavours of the mango base. Either add the colourful berries on top, blend it with the other ingredients, or make a compote, let it cool, and swirl it gently into the smoothie before topping and serving.