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Mango Dragon Fruit Smoothie

How to Make this Mango Dragon Fruit Smoothie

We're approaching summer, which is the season of tropical drinks, and this Mango Dragon Fruit Smoothie is the best way to stay cool in the heat while supporting your wellness goals!

The dragon fruit in this recipe not only offers a bright magenta hue, but it's also a source of fiber and essential vitamins. Full of whole foods, this smoothie has 18g of plant-based proteins and 10g of dietary fiber to nourish your body in a totally vegan-friendly and gluten-free way.

Ingredients:

  • 1/2 scoop 310 Organic Unflavored
  • 1/2 scoop 310 Organic Vanilla
  • 1 cup unsweetened almond milk
  • 1/2 small banana
  • 1/4 cup frozen mango
  • 1/2 package frozen dragon fruit
  • 1/2 tbsp chia seeds
  • Optional: 1/2 cup ice

Directions:

  1. Combine ingredients in a blender and blend until completely smooth.
  2. Serve and enjoy!

Nutrition:

  • 270 calories
  • 35g carbs
  • 25g net carbs
  • 10g fiber
  • 6g fat
  • 18g protein

What You Need to Make this Smoothie

Don't worry if you can't find fresh, ripe fruit for this recipe! I used mostly frozen fruit, so you can make this smoothie all year around! The ingredients you need are 310 Organic Unflavored, 310 Organic Vanilla, unsweetened almond milk, banana, frozen mango, frozen dragon fruit, chia seeds, and ice!

310 Organic Unflavored

If you typically enjoy the natural fruity flavors of your smoothies, you need 310 Organic Unflavored in your pantry! This way, you can incorporate plant-based proteins and fiber into your day without changing the taste of your drink. It's also formulated with a coconut creamer, which offers a rich and silky texture to your smoothie, and who doesn't want that? Not to mention, it contains a blend of organic superfoods including ginger, beet, turmeric, and more!

310 Organic Vanilla

As you can see, I also add half a scoop of 310 Organic Vanilla to this smoothie. You can omit this and use a full scoop of Organic Unflavored instead, but I like the subtle vanilla bean flavor when I have a major sweet tooth.

310 Organic Vanilla is sugar-free, using Stevia and monk fruit as the sweetener, so it's completely aligned with your health goals! Like all 310 Shakes, this is an easy way and tasty way to incorporate 15g of plant-based proteins into the day that's free of dairy, gluten, soy, nuts, and GMOs!

Recipe Variations

Recipes are just a guide, so don't worry if you don't have all the exact ingredients! Here are some other tasty variations that complement this smoothie if you want to switch it up...

  • Coconut milk or coconut water instead of almond milk
  • Frozen peaches or pineapple instead of mango
  • Frozen cauliflower rice instead of banana to lower carbs 
  • Hemp or flax seed instead of chia

How to Make this Smoothie

Ready to prepare this fruity drink? Scroll up for the recipe card!

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    In This Recipe

    310 Organic Unflavored Shake

    100% vegan organic creamy Meal Replacement Shake with 15 grams of plant-based protein along with essential superfoods and nutrients to support your weight-loss goals and journey to a healthy lifestyle. View Shake »

    Written by:

    Sierra Rodriguez

    310 Nutrition - Nutritionist & Health Coach

    Sierra Rodriguez is a Nutritionist and Health Coach for 310 Nutrition helping to educate and motivate individuals to live their best, healthiest lives. She graduated with a Bachelors of Nutrition Sciences from the University of Nevada Las Vegas and continues her studies pursuing her BSN, RN at Roseman University. Sierra [...]