Put mango, strawberries, banana, and yogurt into the blender. Pour in about ¾ cup of milk to start.
Blend until smooth. Add up to ¼ cup more milk for a thinner consistency.
Using a good blender will give you the creamiest smoothies, but it doesn't need to be super expensive or fancy! My go-to blender is this one- it's only $80.
Troubleshooting your smoothie- if your smoothie is too thick, add in a little more milk or water. If your smoothie is too thin, add in more fruit or toss in a few ice cubes.
Frozen bananas are the best for smoothies. I sometimes buy an extra bundle at the store, bring them home and peel them to go right into the freezer. That way I always have a stash on hand for a quick smoothie or bowl!
If your fruit wasn't frozen to begin with, just add some ice cubes to your smoothie.
Make this into a smoothie bowl by using less milk (for a thicker consistency) and adding toppings like granola, chia seeds, sliced banana, strawberries, cocoa nibs, shredded coconut, and drizzled peanut butter.
STORING: smoothies are best the day you make them, but they will stay fresh for 1-2 days in the fridge. You can also freeze in a freezer-safe jar for up to 3 months. Place it in the fridge to defrost overnight.