Mango Pear Smoothie

Sweet and thick mango pear smoothie without a banana, without dairy, or anything processed.

This is an easy and nutritious smoothie, ready in under 5 minutes. It’s ideal for a healthy breakfast on the go or a tasty snack!

Explore recipe tips, smoothie benefits, and more below!

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Mango And Pear Smoothie

Mango Pear Smoothie (No-Banana)

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Indulge in a delicious Mango Pear Smoothie with no banana! A refreshing blend of tropical sweetness, healthy fats, and fiber-packed goodness in every sip!

  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 1 1x


Units Scale
  • 1 small pear (diced)
  • 1 cup frozen mango
  • 1 tbsp of almond butter (unsweetened)
  • 1 cup coconut milk (or almond milk)
  • 1 tbsp of chia seeds


  1. Wash the pear, and core and dice it into chunks
  2. Add all the ingredients to a blender. Start with the frozen mango first, followed by the other ingredients.
  3. Blend everything until completely smooth. It should take 2-3 minutes.
  4. Serve and enjoy!


The smoothie is best consumed as soon as it’s blended, however, you can take it with you on the go too. Preferably drink it within an hour, before it warms up.

  • Author: Ella Waterworth
  • Prep Time: 3 minutes
  • Cook Time: 2 minutes
  • Category: Smoothie
  • Cuisine: American


  • Calories: 311
  • Sugar: 16.3
  • Fat: 16
  • Carbohydrates: 33.2
  • Fiber: 10
  • Protein: 6

Mango And Pear Smoothie Benefits

Shortly after creating a blueberry and pear smoothie recipe, I was eager to test a mango and a pear combo.

The reason why mango and pear work so well together, is not just the marriage of flavors between them, but also the unique benefits each fruit offers.

Mango And Pear Smoothie

Some key benefits of this mango and pear smoothie include:

  • Its Nutrient-Rich: The smoothie provides a variety of nutrients from the pear, mango, and the other ingredients used in the recipe.
  • Contains Dietary Fiber: The chia seeds and fruits in this vegan pear smoothie contribute to the fiber content, supporting digestive health and providing a feeling of fullness.
  • Contains Healthy Fats: Almond butter and coconut milk contain unsaturated fats, which are beneficial for heart health.
  • It’s Rich In Vitamins and Minerals: The combination of ingredients offers a range of vitamins and minerals, including vitamin C, vitamin A, potassium, and calcium.
  • Contains Antioxidants: Fruits like mango and pear, along with chia seeds, provide antioxidants that help combat oxidative stress in the body.
  • It Contains a Good Amount of Protein: Almond butter and chia seeds contribute to the protein content, which is essential for many things.
  • Promotes Satiety: The combination of healthy fats, fiber, and protein promotes a feeling of satiety and can help curb unhealthy snacking.
  • It’s a Plant-Based Goodness: The smoothie is plant-based and suitable for individuals following a vegetarian or vegan diet.

Mango And Pear Smoothie topped with chia seeds

Tasty Recipe Variations & Tips

I recently made a pear and banana smoothie, but I thought this mango smoothie with pear doesn’t need the banana.

So, I tested many different versions of this smoothie until I got it right.

If the current recipe is not to your taste, or you lack some of the ingredients listed, below are some other tested variations of this smoothie.

  • Make this smoothie higher in protein by adding a scoop of protein powder. 
  • If you are not vegan, adding 1/2 cup of Greek yogurt gives this smoothie another element of creaminess and of course gut-friendly properties
  • Substitute the chia seeds for oats. Use gluten-free oats if needed.
  • Allergic to nuts? Swap the almond butter for sunflower seed butter, or a 1/3 avocado.

Recipe Tips

  • Do not peel the skin of the pears! You can eat pear skin. I recommend that you do this since there are a lot of nutrients in pear skin.
  • Always add frozen fruit first to your blender, so that they are closer to the blades and get crushed first.
  • Always start the blending at a lower speed, then gradually increase it.
  • Dicing the pear makes the blending process easier and more effective.

Mango And Pear Smoothie served in a tall glass cup

Questions From The Smoothie Communities Regarding The Recipe

I am so lucky to have a great passionate smoothie community across different social media platforms such as:

My followers adored this recipe, but naturally, I received several questions regarding the smoothie and recipe, which I will also answer here, in this recipe post:

I Don't Have Frozen Mango - Can I Still Make The Smoothie?

If you don't have frozen mango, you can use fresh mango. The quantities should remain the same - 1 cup. If you have other frozen fruit, you can experiment using other types.

What Does The Smoothie Taste Like?

The smoothie tastes cooling, with nuttiness coming from the chia seeds. It's also sweet, with tropical flavors going through it thanks to the mango and coconut milk.

How Do I Store This Mango And Pear Smoothie For Later?

If you have made a big batch of this smoothie, or simply meal prepping it, it is best to transfer into an air-tight container or a smoothie bottle as soon as it's blended. Then immediately put it in the fridge. Consume it within 2 days.

Ella Waterworth
Ella Waterworth

Founder & Recipe Developer at Smoothies N Cookies

Ella Waterworth is the founder of Smoothies N Cookies and she is a professional smoothie recipe creator. She gained extensive knowledge of creating smoothies by working for Smoothie King for several years.

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