Mango Probiotic Mocktail

Mango Probiotic Mocktails

Mango Probiotic Mocktail

Today’s recipe is sponsored by my friends at GoodBelly. As always all opinions and thoughts are my own and I only post about brands I buy and my family loves.

The holiday season might be over but there is still Valentine’s and of Bachelor Monday, yes I confess it’s a guilty pleasure, so I’m all about fun and healthy mocktails like Mango Probiotic Mocktail.

I have two favorite combinations, both with citrus which I’m obsessed with and craving lately. Must be a pregnancy thing and luckily it’s the perfect time of year for it. I decided to go with this version made with cranberry kombucha because it’s prettier. It was a hard choice between cranberry mango and mango ginger, using ginger kombucha. I shared the ginger version, delicious with Mango GoodBelly Beverage and Orange, Peach Mango Probiotic Bevereage on Instagram over the weekend.

Mango Probiotic Mocktails

Mango Probiotic Mocktail

There are countless flavor options using GoodBelly’s 8 Probiotic Beverage flavors, frozen fruit, and juice, sparkling water, or kombucha.

I know many friends, family, and followers are trying to eat healthier in the new year and or cut out alcohol. Luckily this Mango Probiotic Mocktail Is good for you and packed with probiotics, antioxidants, not to mention tastes delicious and is refreshing. There is no right or wrong time to enjoy it either so happy hour can be anytime, bonus it will make your tummy happy too!

With the new year it’s also a great time to do the GoodBelly 12 Day Reboot and grab a coupon to try GoodBelly!

Mango Probiotic Mocktails

Mango Probiotic Mocktail

Probiotics are living microorganisms, which, when taken in adequate amounts, have a beneficial effect on the body. If you are new to probiotics and would like to learn more the GoodBelly website has a lot of information and a great Q&A section.

Probiotics help your digestive system work more efficiently. With digestion slowing down during pregnancy and constipation and diarrhea being two frequently experienced common discomforts during pregnancy, I was hoping that with the continued consumption of probiotics I would hopefully not have these issues. Luckily so far, knock on wood, I haven’t experienced these unpleasantries.

Refreshing, fruity, and healthy Mango Probiotic Mocktails are a delicious treat for any occasion. Packed with probiotics that make you smile and your tummy happy there is no wrong time of day to sit back and sip one! This one is a blend of mango and cranberry but there are mango ginger and countless other flavor combinations.

Mango Probiotic Mocktail

It also happens to be cold and flu season and gut health is an extremely important part of staying healthy. Did you know 70% of your immune system is in your gut? So I like to make sure we’re all on top of probiotics and other things we can easily do, like wash our hands, fuel our bodies properly, and get our flu shots, to try to prevent getting sick.

Mango Probiotic Mocktails

Mango Probiotic Mocktail

I’ve also read various articles on the benefits to baby which this varies and there is limited research.

Simply delicious if you are new to probiotics or not a fan of kombucha you can swap the kombucha out for a combination of juice and sparkling water or even a sugar free ginger ale.

Monday not only means enjoying a Mango Probiotic Mocktail while watching The Bachelor but it’s also Meatless Monday so don’t forget to link up with Deborah and me and/or check out the recipes linked below.

Mango Probiotic Mocktails

Mango Probiotic Mocktail

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Mango Probiotic Mocktail
Refreshing, fruity, and healthy Mango Probiotic Mocktails are a delicious treat for any occasion. Packed with probiotics that make you smile and your tummy happy there is no wrong time of day to sit back and sip one! This one is a blend of mango and cranberry but there are mango ginger and countless other flavor combinations.
Mango Probiotic Mocktails
Prep Time 5 minutes
Servings
servings
Ingredients
  • 12 oz GoodBelly Mango Probiotic Beverage
  • 1 c frozen mango chunks
  • 12-16 oz cranberry kombucha, or see notes for substitutions*
Prep Time 5 minutes
Servings
servings
Ingredients
  • 12 oz GoodBelly Mango Probiotic Beverage
  • 1 c frozen mango chunks
  • 12-16 oz cranberry kombucha, or see notes for substitutions*
Mango Probiotic Mocktails
Instructions
  1. In a Vitamix, or high-speed blender, blend mango and GoodBelly Mango Probiotic Beverage together until smooth.
  2. Pour into a glass(es).
  3. Top with kombucha and optional garnishes.
  4. Swirl, mix, or enjoy layered.
Recipe Notes

Swap other flavors to create your favorite combo! We also like to use other GoodBelly flavors like Orange, Mango, Peach with frozen pineapple or mango. Another favorite swap is swapping cranberry kombucha for ginger. Not a kombucha fan you can substitute 1/2 cup cranberry juice and 1/2c sparkling water or ginger ale.

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Refreshing, fruity, and healthy Mango Probiotic Mocktails are a delicious treat for any occasion. Packed with probiotics that make you smile and your tummy happy there is no wrong time of day to sit back and sip one! This one is a blend of mango and cranberry but there are mango ginger and countless other flavor combinations.

Mango Probiotic Mocktail

 

Meatless Monday

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22 Responses to Mango Probiotic Mocktail

  1. I love the combo of mango and citrus in this beautiful drink.

  2. Debbie says:

    It looks lovely. I really need to add some probiotics to my life.

    • awhiskandtwowands says:

      Thank you! They’re is a coupon on their site and adding it for 12 days, 12 Day Reboot, made a huge difference for the rest of the family a couple years ago.

  3. I have not tried any of the good belly products yet! I think I would really like them with sparkling water. Thanks for sharing!
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    • awhiskandtwowands says:

      Hope you give them a try soon! Check out the link above for a coupon and they have a link of sparkling grab and go beverages too. We tend to keep the shots and beverages stocked.

  4. Julie says:

    What a yummy drink!! I love mango in anything and this is such s good way to get probiotics!

    • awhiskandtwowands says:

      My oldest LOVES mango and they have a Mango and a Orange Peach Mango in the drinkable beverages that are delicious.

  5. Kelly says:

    Not only is it pretty, but it’s also beautiful. And love the health benefits!
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  6. No alcohol and probiotics?!?! This looks absolutely perfect and is calling my name!

  7. Stunning and SO simple! I love it Sarah. I think I’ll try with the kombucha option – not a big fan of it (or even a little fan of it, haha), so appreciative of the option!
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  8. jenna urben says:

    Heck yes! I love a good mocktail 🙂 That cranberry kombucha sounds amazing.
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  9. Monica Davis says:

    This looks delicious! I’m always trying to get more probiotic in my kids, and I think that they would love this! Do you know if it’s vegan?
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    • awhiskandtwowands says:

      Thank you! Your kids would probably like the non kombucha option (using cranberry juice and sparkling water or ginger ale) and it would be a good start if they are new to probiotics. Yes GoodBelly is vegan!

  10. Erin Dee says:

    Such a fun mocktail! Love the pretty colors and flavors going on!
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  11. Teresa says:

    I’ve actually never heard of these before, but they look right up my alley!! I love all the filling suggestions and have a feeling I could eat WAY too many of these!!
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  12. Wow. That looks so refreshing and delicious! Will definitely try this recipe. Thanks so much for shariiing

  13. Sandi says:

    I am always trying to get my kids to have more probiotics…I love this easy smoothie idea.

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