Mango Tango Smoothie Bowl

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There’s something very special about holding a beautiful mango tango smoothie bowl in the palms of your hands. Your heart and soul are filled with gratitude and appreciation. These moments of simple pleasure are so happy and satisfying. Odwalla® Mango Tango® makes you feel relaxed and carefree while evoking curiosity and tapping into your spirit of adventure!

Mango Smoothie Bowl


A healthy and delicious smoothie bowl not only feeds the tummy, but nourishes the soul. You work hard every single day. You deserve to treat yourself with care, and find ways to squeeze more out of life. Go ahead and set your imagination free! Discover the pure joy of Odwalla. It’s a brand that delivers great-tasting nutrition that stimulates the senses and delivers warm fuzzy feelings of well-being and happiness.

Smoothie Bowls


These are the simple healthy ingredients for a mango tango smoothie bowl.

  • Odwalla® Mango Tango®
  • Frozen banana


The sky’s the limit when creating a delicious smoothie bowl. Pick and choose the toppings you prefer. Get adventurous. Don’t be afraid to mix things up and try something new! I invite you to make this dish uniquely yours.

  • Fresh fruit toppings
  • Chia seeds
  • Pumpkin seeds
  • Granola
  • Wide-sliced coconut

Smoothie Bowl with Odwalla


I’m excited to show you how to make one of these yummy mango tango smoothie bowls! You’ll love that natural, fresh-tasting Odwalla contains 100% juice, is non-GMO, and has no added sugar! It’s minimally processed and good for the heart and soul. I love that the Odwalla brand has kept their roots in recognizing environmental impact. Their products are designed to bring goodness to people’s lives! Read about their commitment to our planet: ODWALLA’S ENVIRONMENTAL EFFORTS

How to Make a Smoothie Bowl


  1. Pull out your blender and its container
  2. Add 1 frozen banana that’s been peeled and sliced into 4 pieces before freezing
  3. Add a 15.2-ounce bottle of Odwalla® Mango Tango®
  4. Blend for about 10-15 seconds or until the mixture is smooth with no chunks
  5. Pour your smoothie into a wide cereal bowl
  6. Add your favorite toppings to include fresh fruit, seeds and coconut
  7. Grab a spoon and enjoy this emotionally-satisfying meal. Feel the funk!

Mango Smoothie Bowl with Odwalla Mango Tango


To make smoothie bowl preparation quick and easy, a little pre-planning goes a long way! I love shopping at Target to buy groceries for my recipes. When I bring home a bunch of bananas, I peel and slice them into quarters. I put the cut fruit into a freezer bag and freeze it. It’s also nice to have a few yummy toppings on hand like a variety of seeds and granola. Whenever I’m craving a mango smoothie I have everything needed to whip one together in under a minute and then apply garnishes!  These ingredients will increase the adventurous flavor profile of this dish while adding lovely crunch and texture.

Smoothie Bowls


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Mango Smoothie Bowl

Mango Tango Smoothie Bowl

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Enjoy delicious smoothie bowls with this quick and easy 3-minute recipe!


  • 1 15.2-ounce bottle Odwalla® Mango Tango®
  • 1 frozen banana, peeled and pre-cut into quarters
  • Optional Garnishes: Fresh fruit slices (I used kiwi, strawberries and blueberries), your choice of seeds (I used chia and pumpkin), shredded or wide-sliced coconut, etc. You can even add a drizzling of yogurt!


  1. In the container of your blender add four small pieces of frozen banana
  2. Add Odwalla Mango Tango
  3. Blend for about 10-15 seconds, just until the mixture is chunk free!
  4. Pour into a wide cereal bowl
  5. Add garnishes and toppings as desired
  6. Enjoy with a spoon, and possibly a fork too!


The nutrition information below is based on the smoothie ingredients (Odwalla and banana) plus these toppings: kiwi, strawberry, chia seeds, pumpkin seeds and 1/2 tablespoon shredded coconut.

  • Prep Time: 3 minutes
  • Category: Breakfast, Lunch, Snack
  • Method: Blender
  • Cuisine: American

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Have you ever made a smoothie bowl? What are your favorite toppings? Share your thoughts about this delicious smoothie bowl recipe in the comments below!

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  1. I just had my breakfast, but now I feel like I want to eat again. LOL. I love smoothies and smoothie bowls and that one looks amazing. Yum!

  2. Yummmm, that looks so darn good! I haven’t had a smoothie bowl in such a long time, I need to get back into making them-they’re healthy and delicious.

    1. Hi Cathy! I’m so happy you discovered this yummy healthy recipe! Your kiddos will love the colorful look and taste of these delicious Odwalla smoothie bowls.

  3. I love everything fruit. And a smoothie bowl is the perfect excuse for a healthy snack for me and my kid! I am sure he will love it, too!

    1. Woo-hoo! Catalina, I’m so happy you discovered this recipe. It’s perfect for healthy snacking. Your whole family will absolutely love these mango smoothie bowls.

    1. Rose Ann, thank you so much for stopping by to join the conversation and rate this recipe! A delicious mango smoothie bowl is such a perfect way to start the day.

  4. This looks really good! I think I need to make these for myself and the kids as a healthy snack option. Love this idea and I love mango!

  5. OK, I had no idea there was such a thing as a smoothie bowl! It is absolutely beautiful, and I can only imagine what it tastes like! I’m a fan of blueberries, so I’d pile them on!

  6. This smoothie bowl looks beyond beautiful. I would love to enjoy it for breakfast as a delicious way to start the day!

    1. Maryanne, thank you so much for your sweet comment! I know you’ll absolutely love the colors, flavors and feeling of adventure that this beautiful Odwalla recipe will bring.

    1. Nichole, I’m so happy you love this smoothie bowl recipe! I hope you’ll pick up a bottle or two of Odwalla Mango Tango and whip up this deliciousness for breakfast or lunch.