What’s in it?
The ingredients are all up on the board, really. So basically, all you need is mango juice, fresh mango slices, a banana, vanilla frozen yoghurt and ice. The key to getting it right is having the right proportions (which we now have thanks to Hannah who used to work there).
Finding the right ingredients:
The TD4 yoghurt is supposed to stand for “to die for” yoghurt but obviously you can’t get that so… I tried a variety of frozen yoghurt and found the Bulla Frozen Yoghurt to be pretty good.
For the mango juice, I used Berri Mango Nectar.
Although you can go down to your local Boost Juice Bar and get a Mango Magic, the benefit of making your own at home is that it saves you a lot of money and it tastes better. Why does it taste better? Because you choose your own fruits so naturally it will be better.
- 300 mL mango nectar
- 1/4 frozen banana
- 4 x 1cm cubes of frozen mango (an easy way is to get Dole frozen mango chunks)
- 220g frozen yoghurt
- 1 scoop ice
For a smooth blend, you should use a high power blender, like a vitamix.