Vegan Mango Smoothie Bowl

This easy vegan mango smoothie bowl is so refreshing and a great breakfast option that your body will thank you for! With a variety of healthy and delicious toppings to choose from, you will have a tropical, nutrient packed bowl that will kick start your day the right way and be ready in just 5 minutes!

vegan mango smoothie bowl

Whether it is summer or winter, I love to make smoothie bowls for breakfast (as you can tell from my other smoothie bowl recipes). What makes them great are the fact that are light on the body, but still satiating enough that you aren’t starving afterwards. Doesn’t matter whether it is pre or post workout – I feel like I can fly out the door with a natural burst of energy after eating this mango smoothie bowl.

I will tend to choose the mango smoothie bowl when I feel like having a vacation without having to leave my kitchen – which happens often here in London during the winter. The mangoes bring such a rich tropical taste that it is the easiest form of escapism that I can find!

healthy mango smoothie bowl

Are Smoothie Bowls healthy?

As with any recipe, it depends what you put into it. For my smoothie bowl recipes, I always make sure to put in healthy whole foods such as a variety of fruits, nuts and seeds which are packed with essential vitamins and minerals which your body needs – and this vegan mango smoothie bowl is no different. You can check it out for yourself in the nutritional breakdown below!

Whether you strictly stick to this recipe, or choose to change the toppings to provide different flavours and macronutrient profile, you will be sure to have a healthy combination of nutrients and immune-boosting antioxidants that you need to thrive for the day.

How do I thicken my Smoothie Bowl?

There are 4 ways I like to thicken my smoothie bowl, depending on whether I wish to have a low calorie smoothie bowl or not.

  1. If your smoothie bowl is not as thick as you like after mixing, then pop it in the freezer for about 15-20 minutes. You should find that it is much thicker afterwards.
  2. The frozen bananas are the backbone of this smoothie bowl and provide the thick texture. So if you wish to make it thicker, add more frozen bananas!
  3. Another option is to add rolled oats. Not only will this help in thickening the smoothie bowl, but will also provide it with a nice flavour too!
  4. Last option will be to reduce the amount of oat milk. In this way, you will have less quantity but thicker quality.
healthy low calorie mango smoothie bowl

Favourite Toppings

I tend to have a mix of fresh fruit and granola to give the smoothie bowl a nice crunch with every bite. Given it is a mango bowl, it is always appropriate to add desiccated coconut to give it even more of a tropical flavour.

The beauty of this mango smoothie bowl is that a large variety of toppings taste great with it. Here are some other toppings I like to add from time to time:

  • Almonds
  • Different berries: such as raspberries, strawberries or blackberries
  • Mango chunks
  • Kiwi fruit
  • Any type of nut butter
  • Hemp hearts
  • Chia seeds

Looking For More Healthy Smoothie Bowls?

If you like this vegan mango smoothie bowl recipe, you might also like:

Please feel free to check out all my vegan recipes here for more inspiration in the kitchen!

healthy low calorie smoothie bowl

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Vegan Mango Smoothie Bowl

5 from 1 vote
Recipe by Voach Course: Breakfast, Smoothie BowlCuisine: VeganDifficulty: Easy


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This easy vegan mango smoothie bowl is so refreshing and a great breakfast option that your body will thank you for! With a variety of healthy and delicious toppings to choose from, you will have a tropical, nutrient packed bowl that will kick start your day the right way and be ready in just 5 minutes!


  • For the smoothie bowl
  • 9 Oz. 9 frozen mangoes

  • 1.5 large 1.5 frozen bananas

  • 1 tsp. 1 flaxseeds

  • 1 tsp. 1 chia seeds

  • 2/3 cup 2/3 oat milk*

  • Toppings
  • 1/2 large 1/2 banana, chopped

  • Handful your blueberries

  • 1 tsp. 1 desiccated coconut

  • 3.5 Oz. 3.5 oats/muesli/granola


  • Place all ingredients in a blender and mix for 1 minute. After it has mixed for one minute, we recommend giving a few taps to the bottom of the blender container and then mix for another minute (we don’t want any solid pieces floating around in our perfect smoothie bowl now do we).
  • Now simply pour into a bowl and spread your smoothie bowl toppings as beautifully as we have done in the picture 😉


  • * As a substitute, you can also use soy or almond milk. I would not recommend using rice or coconut milk as the consistency is not suitable for a smoothie bowl.
  • ** Other favourite toppings of mine are almonds, berries, mango chunks, kiwi fruit, nut butter, hemp hearts and chia seeds.
  • TO STORE: I would not recommend storing a smoothie bowl in the fridge as the texture becomes too watery over time. For best results, put the smoothie bowl in an airtight container and place in the freezer. Then simply let the smoothie bowl thaw out for approximately 10-15 minutes and stir together for a smooth consistency.
  • If too watery, put into a blender and add some rolled oats/frozen banana. If too thick, add some oat milk. Do not store with the toppings as these will get soggy when frozen.
  • NUTRITION: Servings: 1 | Calories: 495kcal | Carbs: 97g | Sugar: 47g | Protein: 12g | Fat: 8g | Sat Fat: 3g | Omega 3’s: 47% DV | Fibre: 12g | Net Carbs: 86g | Vitamin A: 42% DV | Vitamin B12: 30% DV | Vitamin C: 54% DV | Vitamin E: 24% DV | Vitamin K: 12% DV | Folate: 22% DV | Calcium: 13% DV | Iron: 21% DV | Copper: 21% DV | Potassium: 16% DV | Sodium: 4% DV | Zinc: 7% DV Nutrition information is calculated automatically and is an estimate only

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