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It was delicious! My 1yr old twin girls loved it! I did omit the salt, sweetner and almond extract and added one banana and one nectarine. I also used french vanilla yogurt.

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slywytch_3783394 March 16, 2010

Delicious! I had a really sweet mango so I did not add any sweetener or sugar. I also did not add salt. This was a tropical delight and great first thing in the morning! Made for 1-2-3 Hit Wonders Tag Game.

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JackieOhNo! November 02, 2009

This is a great smoothie. I had frozen mango so I didn't use ice cubes. It was pretty sweet but we all drank it right up this morning.

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Ceezie February 05, 2009

TY Anna. This is very refreshing and not the least bit fattening. Just finished up running a 5-k and knew just what I was going to make for myself upon returning home. I used for the juice, from Tropicana, Tropical Tangerine. And, also added one nectarine that I had sitting on my counter to a 1/2 frozen mango. Just wonderful!!! Made for PhotoTag~

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CoffeeB July 04, 2008

Thanks, Annacia, for another great smoothie down the hatch! Love making these things, 'cause they're sooo easy & sooo satisfying! I did omit the ice & did partially freeze the mango after chopping it up! Even managed to find some mango nectar, which intensified that flavor! Thanks, much, for sharing! [Tagged, made & reviewed in Zaar Chef Alphabet Soup Game]

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Sydney Mike May 19, 2008
Mango Yogurt Smoothie