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This Yellow Creamy Smoothie is all about combining a few simple ingredients (think coconut, mango, or avocado) into a delicious smoothie that can become the perfect breakfast smoothie. This smoothie takes less than 10 minutes to make, has a perfectly creamy texture, it’s sweet and 100% vegan.

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Two glasses with Yellow Creamy Smoothie with coconut, mango and avocado
5 from 1 vote

Coconut + Mango + Avocado, Yellow Creamy Smoothie

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Blend Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Servings: 3 big glasses
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Sweet frozen mango, creamy avocado, coconut, plus a few other “not-so-secret” ingredients make this vegan Yellow Creamy Smoothie a great option for breakfast!


  • Blender


  • 1 small mango (peeled, seed removed)
  • 1 avocado (seed and skin removed)
  • 1 handful of coconut chips
  • 1 golden apple (seeds removed)
  • 4 big leaves Romaine lettuce
  • 1 tbsp extra virgin coconut oil
  • 1 tsp turmeric powder
  • 1/2 tsp ginger powder
  • 400 ml water


  • Wash, peel and cut all ingredients.
  • Blend until smooth and serve.
  • Get healthy and enjoy life!


For best results, make sure to use mango that is sweet. Avoid using those frozen mangoes that tend to be a bit too sour.

  • Color: bright yellow
  • Texture: creamy, thick, well mixed
  • Taste: sweet and a bit sour-ish (from the mango)
Course: Breakfast, Smoothie
Cuisine: Dairy-Free, Keto, Low-carb, Raw Food, Vegan
Keywords: apple, avocado, coconut chips, extra virgin coconut oil, ginger, lettuce, mango, turmeric, yellow smoothie
Author: Marcel Corbeanu

How to make healthy tasty smoothies?

Since we are smoothie buddies, I want to share with you my secret to making healthy tasty smoothies. Find below some of my tips and tricks on how to make the smoothie of your dreams!

Use the best ingredients that you can – It doesn’t matter if you’re using fresh or frozen plants, the most important thing is to use real plants in your smoothies, instead of powders or juices for instance. If you can, use only organic plants because they have more nutrients and less pesticide residues.

Use more veggies and only a few fruits – Vegetables are naturally low in sugar and higher in nutrients compared to most fruits.

Frozen plants will make it easy – When using frozen plants in your smoothies, you can literally skip any kind of prep work. That’s because frozen plants are already washed and cut. This way your smoothies will always turn out creamy, perfectly blended and super refreshing.

Use organic plants if you can – Everybody knows that organic plants have more nutrients per serving and less pesticide residues. They’re better for your health but also better for the environment, especially for the soil they’re grown in.

Always stick to using whole foods instead of powders – While it’s true that powders can boost the nutrient content of a smoothie (think protein powder or ginger powder) it’s important to understand that we consume smoothies for other reasons too – think fiber, enzymes or micronutrients.

Smoothies are a great source of various healthy fibers, plus raw enzymes and phytonutrients (including antioxidants), just to name a few of the healthy nutrients found in smoothies made using real plants.

Use plenty of healthy fats – Good fats like avocado and coconut will make your smoothie creamy and also provide your body with the fatty acids it needs in order to thrive.

Add enough liquid but don’t over do it – This is easy! We certainly don’t want a “watery” smoothie, rather one that is well mixed and creamy, right?!

Use plain water – My advice is to use plain water as your main liquid base, but you can also used homemade nut milks or coconut water. Please avoid using juice or other kinds of “drinks”, water is perfectly fine. Just make sure to use pure spring water, if possible.

Two glasses with Yellow Creamy Smoothie with coconut, mango and avocado

Find out more smoothie secrets by reading my Smoothies 101 Guide (it’s awesome, so they say).

I hope you’ll enjoy this Yellow Creamy Smoothie with coconut, mango and avocado as much as I did. If you try it, consider letting me know what you think about it the comments (a rating is also highly appreciated). And don’t forget @refreshmyhealth on Social Media so I can see your smoothie creation!

What’s your favorite ingredient that you find yourself using often in smoothies? Share in the comments.

Marcel Corbeanu

Hi, I'm Marcel! I'm a health coach, I write about health and wellness and I love cooking healthy food with fresh and simple ingredients.

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