Are you looking for a bright, fun way to bring Spring into your cannabis kitchen? This ultra-creamy, tropical, delicious cannabis mango smoothie bowl bursts with flavor from the mangoes and coconut milk. Get the recipe and learn more about how cannabis and mango are the perfect pair here. This recipe comes complete with many different infusion options, including my Bliss MCT oil.

Cannabis Mango Smoothie Bowl

Article Features

  • An easy recipe for a cannabis smoothie bowl
  • The benefits of combining mango and cannabis
  • Want to make it easy? Start with my Bliss MCT oil for perfect dosing, and have it delivered directly to your doorstep!
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Why You Will Love This Recipe

Smoothies are an excellent way to incorporate cannabis into your daily diet and other fruits and vegetables.

It fits perfectly with my other healthy cannabis recipes and is a favorite among my Well With Cannabis Community.

Plus, this smoothie incorporates mango, an ingredient that has been anecdotally reported to help enhance the effects of cannabis.

We will discuss this more in the post, but it is thought to be likely due to the terpene myrcene present in mangos.

Continue reading to learn more and get the full recipe with printable directions below.

What You’ll Need

Springtime Mango Smoothie Bowl with Edible Flowers by Emily Kyle Nutrition
  • 1½ cup frozen mango – frozen mango chunks are best for the consistency of this recipe
  • ½ cup Greek yogurt – plain, vanilla, or coconut flavors work best
  • ½ cup coconut milk – or any type of milk you prefer, like cannabis milk
  • 2 scoops protein powder – optional, but this helps to increase the nutrient density of this smoothie bowl. I prefer unflavored collagen peptides.
  • 1 teaspoon honey – regular or cannabis-infused honey
  • 1mL Bliss MCT oil – Each 1mL of Bliss MCT Oil contains 2.5mg of THC and 2.5mg of CBD, or find many different options below
  • ⅛ teaspoon ground ginger – ground is easy, but fresh works if you have it
  • ⅛ teaspoon turmeric – ground or fresh work
  • ⅛ teaspoon ground black pepper – optional, but this helps increase the bioavailability of the turmeric

Note: a complete list of ingredients with amounts and printable instructions is located in the recipe card below.

How to Make a Smoothie Bowl

I love smoothie bowls because they take a food that is typically consumed on the go, a traditional smoothie, and transform it into a meal that can be enjoyed sitting down.

Below I will go over the most important steps for making a smoothie bowl at home.

If you’ve never made a cannabis smoothie before, you can check out my ultimate cannabis smoothie guide here.

The bright, vibrant color of this beautiful cannabis mango smoothie bowl signals springtime and will put you in a happy mood for sunnier days to come.

If you have never had a smoothie bowl, you’re in for a treat.

This cannabis mango smoothie bowl has a perfect blend of fresh mango, coconut, and anti-inflammatory spices for a bright, vibrant taste and a hearty dose of nutrients and antioxidants.

Pick The Base

Frozen mangos make the perfect base for any smoothie or bowl due to their ultra-creamy texture.

They also serve as an excellent smoothie bowl base because of their vibrant color and nutritional benefits outlined below.

Pick The Liquid

You want a smoothie bowl to be slightly thicker than a traditional smoothie, so you can easily enjoy it with a spoon.

For this reason, you will want to use less liquid than you would in a regular smoothie.

For this smoothie bowl recipe, I used coconut milk which gives this recipe a thick, silky texture.

You could also opt for options like avocado for a thicker option or another plant-based milk for a thinner liquid option, like hemp seed milk or homemade sunflower seed milk.

Additionally, you could use cannabis-infused milk or cream as an extra cannabis-infusion option.

Pick The Flavor Enhancers

Mango is one of the sweetest, most delicious fruits, so there is not much to add to flavor and sweetness but to complement the flavor.

To add an extra flavor and nutrition, I added ginger and turmeric, two spice flavors that pair nicely with the mango to enhance, not overwhelm, the fruit’s natural flavors. 

Pick The Toppings

Once you make the base, your smoothie bowl is a blank canvas.

The toppings of your smoothie bowl are seemingly unlimited.

The key is picking 2-3 nutritious options you enjoy and adding them in reasonable quantities.

Many of the most popular smoothie bowl toppings include:

  • Fresh fruit like diced mango
  • Nuts like almonds or walnuts
  • Seeds like chia seeds or hemp seeds
  • Additional garnishes like edible flowers

Cannabis Infusion Options

When making cannabis edibles, there is always more than one way to infuse a recipe.

While I prefer to add a teaspoon of cannabis oil directly to this smoothie bowl, there are many other options you can choose from, depending on what you have on hand.

Alternative Infusion Options:

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Smoothie Bowl Nutrition Benefits

Mangos are no doubt the sunniest fruit in the product aisle.

Their sweet flavor and rich health benefits make them the most widely consumed fruit in the entire world

According to the National Mango Board, just 1 cup of mango provides:

  • 100% of Daily Vitamin C
  • 100 calories
  • 35% of Daily Vitamin A
  • No cholesterol, sodium, or fat

Mango Benefits

  • Each serving of mango is fat-free, sodium-free, and cholesterol-free
  • Mangos contain over 20 different vitamins and minerals, helping to make them a superfood
  • A mango a day contains 12 percent of your daily fiber requirement
  • Mango is said to help enhance the effects of cannabis

Ginger Benefits

Ginger is a spice derived from the rhizome of a flowering Chinese plant with many health benefits.

It is anecdotally used as a stomachache remedy or to reduce nausea.

While ground ginger is used in this recipe, you can also use fresh ginger if available. 

Turmeric Benefits

Known for its bright, vibrant orange color, this spice has a special compound called curcumin.

Curcumin is more bioactive when paired with black pepper.

Because of this fact, this recipe calls for a tiny dash of black pepper, but don’t worry – you can’t even taste it!

Springtime Mango Smoothie Bowl with Edible Flowers by Emily Kyle Nutrition

Notes and Expert Tips

A picture of a cannabis mango smoothie bowl.

Cannabis Mango Smoothie Bowl

5 from 14 votes
This ultra-creamy, tropical, delicious smoothie is bursting with flavor from the mangoes and coconut milk. While not scientifically proven, there are anecdotal reports that mango can help enhance the effects of cannabis, thought to be likely due to the terpene myrcene present in mangos. 
Prep: 5 minutes
Total: 5 minutes
Servings: 1 serving


  • cups frozen mango chunks
  • ½ cup Greek yogurt vanilla or coconut flavored
  • ½ cup milk your choice
  • 2 scoops protein powder optional
  • 1 teaspoon honey infused or regular
  • 1 mL Bliss MCT oil
  • teaspoon ground ginger
  • teaspoon ground turmeric
  • teaspoon ground black pepper optional


  • Add the mango, yogurt, coconut milk, collagen peptides, honey, oil, and ginger to a high-speed blender.
  • Blend on high for 1 minute, or until silky smooth.
  • Garnish with additional mango and edible flowers, if desired.


Yield: This recipe makes approximately 12 ounces.
CBD Variation: To make CBD oil or CBD butter, swap CBD-dominant cannabis flower for THC -dominant cannabis flower.
Flavor Variation: If you want a more prominent ginger flavor, you can use ½ teaspoon of freshly grated ginger instead of the ground.
Nutrition Tip: To boost the nutritional value of this recipe, it is recommended to add 2 scoops of unflavored collagen peptides. While optional, this protein powder is completely tasteless and can contribute an additional 70 calories and 18 grams of high-quality protein. You can easily find collagen peptides online or at your local health food store.
Alternative Infusion Options:


Serving: 1serving, Calories: 375kcal, Carbohydrates: 13g, Protein: 31g, Fat: 25g, Saturated Fat: 22g, Trans Fat: 1g, Cholesterol: 5mg, Sodium: 56mg, Potassium: 402mg, Fiber: 1g, Sugar: 9g, Vitamin A: 108IU, Vitamin C: 1mg, Calcium: 131mg, Iron: 4mg

Additional Info

Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: Cannabis Recipe
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