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Mango Thickshake

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Super simple but incredibly delicious and filling.

Mango is a relatively low calorie fruit but provides many wonderful nutrients such as fibre, vitamin A, vitamin C and folate (an essential vitamin required during pregnancy).

I like to throw a few cuts of the skin in as well - it is great for your own and gives it a delightful thickness!



Bowls 1
Minutes 5

Ingredients
1 mango, cubed, frozen
1 cup oat milk
2 tablespoons oats

Method
Throw all ingredients together in a blender. Blitz until a smooth but thick consistency.



Related
Homemade creamy mango popsicles
Low fat mango and banana smoothie


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