This Mango Juice is made with no added sugar yet it is sufficiently sweet, fruity and so refreshing. It comes together in only a few minutes. Perfect for beating the heat during hot summer days!
Have you ever heard someone describe food so much that you feel like you can actually taste it just from the description? That's the case with mango juice. A family friend once described some homemade Mango Juice he had many years ago. He was so fond of the juice that he happily said it was "veryyyy nice!" This greatly kindled my appetite.
And I have been craving the Mango Juice Mr. Family Friend described for years. The way he described it made me imagine it as a deliciously fresh sweet creamy and mango-ey drink.
So when Mr. N brought home a bunch of mangoes yesterday, I kept thinking of making mango juice.
And I did. And I tell you: this one is "veryyyyy nice". Ah! I just finished gulping down a glass and my whole body feels happy!
Just like my Pineapple Ginger Juice this Mango Juice with no added sugar yet you don't even miss the sugar because the mangoes are sufficiently sweet. It is fruity - with that unbeatable mango taste, creamy and just so good!
Mango Juice Benefits
Mangoes are rich in vitamin C, iron, beta carotene, potassium and many other nutrients! Mango helps you fight infections, fights anemia, strengthens your bones and is great for maintaining blood pressure and lowering cholesterol levels. Mango also helps prevent cancer because it is loaded with antioxidant compounds. It is great for improving eye health, fighting diabetes and overall boosting your immune system. The health benefits of mangoes are tremendous!
How to Make Mango Juice
First, peel and chop some mangoes.
Then you place the mangoes in a blender with ice and some water.
Blend until smooth.
If the mango has a lot of fiber, pass through a fine sieve to remove the fiber. If not, serve and enjoy!
My blended mangoes turned out quite smooth so I didn't have to sieve.
Check out the full Mango Juice recipe below!
- 4 cups diced mangoes
- 2 cups water
- Place all ingredients in a blender and puree until smooth. Adjust consistency according to preference. If it is too thick, add more water. If your mangoes have a lot of fiber, pass through a fine sieve to remove the fiber. Serve immediately!
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