How to make a Mangonada with Odwalla® #drinks #mango

How to make a Mangonada with Odwalla® #drinks #mango

A few people consider it a mangonada, a few people consider it a chamango. We consider it a mangonada in my family. I'm not so much sure if there is a distinction, however I think it has something to do with the additional fixings. I do know, be that as it may, that the base elements for this addictive Mexican smoothie are consistently the equivalent.

A mangonada resembles a smoothie made with mango, aside from it additionally has lime, chamoy sauce, ice, Tajin, and now and again squeeze.

Smoothies are made with organic product. We as a whole realize that, isn't that so? All things considered, mangonadas are additionally made with organic product, aside from this beverage is just made with mango and lime. That is it. No other organic product is added to the blend. A few people don't add lime to theirs. And keeping in mind that it may have a similar thick and smooth consistency of a smoothie, there are two primary factors that make this beverage stand apart somewhat taller than a customary organic product smoothie. Chamoy sauce, and a Tirolo straw.

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How to make a Mangonada with Odwalla® #drinks #mango


  • 3 cups ice
  • 1 12oz bag frozen mango chunks
  • 1 15.2oz Odwalla® Mango Tango® flavored smoothie
  • 1 lime

Chamoy sauce

  • 1 fresh mango peeled, diced, divided
  • Tajin chile fruit seasoning
  • Tirolo tamarind straws


  1. In a blender, pulse ice until crushed and starts to resemble the texture of snow cone ice.
  2. Add frozen mango chunks, lime, and mango smoothie. Blend until smooth (about 15-20 seconds).
  3. Drizzle a ring of the chamoy sauce around the inside of a cup, then fill the cup with mangonada drink. Insert straw, top with diced mango, and finish it with Tajin fruit seasoning.

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