Mango is a delicious and nutritious fruit that comes packed with fiber, minerals and vitamins. In addition, Mangoes are a great source of phytonutrients, beta-Carotene and antioxidants!
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- ½ mango, peeled and seeded
- ½ cup / 125 gm fresh or frozen raspberries
- ½ cup / 120 ml low-fat organic soy or Greek yogurt
- ½ cup / 120 ml organic pastured or vegan milk
- ¼ tsp. / ½ gm Stevia or monk fruit sweetener
- 2-3 ice cubes
Mix together in a blender for 30 seconds. More ice cubes may be added for a thinner consistency.
Serving Size: ֲ1 cup
Exchanges per Serving: 1 Carb, ½ Protein, 0 Fat
I think the shake is delicious without using any sweetener
Hi, Gurpreet8. We recommend monk fruit sweetener (also known as lo han guo) or inulin sweetener. You can read more about these here: https://www.trimdownclub.com/the-best-way-to-sweeten-your-tea-2/.
Hi, I don’t want to use Stevia or any artificial sugar, any suggestion on how to sweeten shakes or desserts?
Hi, Apairn. Pros of almond milk: plant-based, provides some fiber, and some of the antioxidants natural to almonds, available fortified with vitamins B12 and D and calcium. Con: low in protein.
Hi, Angela. We don’t work with calories in this program, but I can tell you that each serving provides about 19 grams of carbohydrates, 5 grams of protein, and 3 grams of fat, depending on what sort of yogurt and milk you use.
Pros ad Cons of Almond Milk?
does anyone know the calories/fat for this recipe
Greek yogurt can definitely be used instead of regular yogurt.
Sorbet can be used taste-wise, but note that the shake will no longer be a source of protein or calcium.
Can you use a sorbet instead of yoghurt?
Adding strawberries instead of raspberries. I could not find any today at the market.
I used Greek yogurt instead of low-fat yogurt. Not sure how much this changes the menu plan
I ran out of raspberries and tried a peach. Very good! Even added a little cinnamon.