Healthy Green Mango Lassi Recipe | Desserts with Benefits

Healthy Green Mango Lassi

This Healthy Green Mango Lassi is sweet, creamy, filling, and delicious!  It’s secretly fat free, high fiber, high protein, and gluten free too, but you’d never know…  shhhh  😉

Healthy Green Mango Lassi Recipe - Desserts with Benefits

Just a few nights ago, my family and I went to an Indian restaurant — I probably haven’t gone to one in over a year because Indian cuisine barely exists where I go to school — and it brought back so many memories! I used to look forward to going to Indian restaurants because I always got that popular, (super) sweet and creamy Mango Lassi.

I was thinking about it yesterday and decided to make my own version…  but with a little hint of veg…  a Spinach Mango Lassi!

Healthy Green Mango Lassi Recipe - Desserts with Benefits

Healthy Green Mango Lassi Recipe - Desserts with Benefits

And trust me.  It’s delicious.  You don’t taste the spinach at all.

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Healthy Green Mango Lassi

Servings: 2 servings
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes


  • 2 large Mangos (peeled and chopped into chunks)
  • 1 cup Plain, Nonfat Greek Yogurt
  • 1 cup Baby Spinach
  • 5-7 Ice Cubes
  • 1-2 tbs Honey (optional)
  • pinch of Cardamom (optional, just for authenticity!)


  • Put all of the ingredients into a blender and puree until completely smooth.
  • Add honey and cardamom to taste.
  • Enjoy!
Course: Drinks

This is a super thick smoothie, I ate part of it with a spoon!  But, if you are the type of person who likes more liquidy drinks, feel free to add 100% mango nectar (no added sugar) or even applesauce.  To lower the glycemic index, try adding coconut milk.

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With love and good eats,


– Jess


9 comments on “Healthy Green Mango Lassi”

  1. These look refreshing! Do you use clover honey, or another type? By the way, if you don’t mind, I put your blog as one of my favorites in the ‘links’ section of my blog. ^_^ Thank you for being such an inspiration!

  2. Jessica | Desserts With Benefits

    I use grade A clover honey now because it’s cheaper than the types I used to buy 🙁 although it is easier to work with and a lot sweeter. Thank you! I don’t mind. I tried going to your blog but it said “page not found.” I would love to follow you though 🙂

  3. Haha I feel you, broke college students for the win! And I believe I left out the L on my link bahaha

    That should work! I’ve got a facebook page and everything going for it! SO EXCITING!

  4. This is an amazing idea. We in India are a fan of mango lassi, but this twist is really making me salute your creativity.

  5. The recipe looks delicious.
    Just a heads up.
    Raw Spinach is a nutritional blocker. Raw Spinach contains Oxalic acid which binds with Calcium and Iron making them insoluble. Which renders the raw Spinach non-nutritious. The Oxalic acid will also render the calcium and iron from the yogurt inert.
    cooking or steaming the Spinach will break it down and makes it nutritious.

  6. Jessica | Desserts With Benefits

    Wow, I did not know that… I’m learning nutrition facts even when I’m out of school for summer 🙂 Thanks!

  7. I wish I had a blender to make all your creamy looking, yummy green drinks :'(

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