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Thai Mango Shake Recipe (Mamuang Pan)

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Thai mango shake recipe – or mamuang pan – is the perfect summer refreshment, with sweet ripe mango, sugar syrup, and coconut milk served in a cool glass.

Thai mango shake in a tall glass with a layer of coconut milk.

Summer is approaching in Thailand, and Thai people love to cool down with iced drinks like Thai tea, mango bubble tea, and roselle juice.

At food markets, you’ll find lots of delicious, cool refreshments. I personally love fruit smoothies, especially pineapple and mango. This Thai fruit drink recipe shows you how to make a mango shake at home.

It’s so easy to make, and the best thing is that you can easily adjust the sugar level to make it healthier or sweeter.

What is mango shake

Nam jim jaew is a classic Thai dipping sauce with a spicy, sweet, and sour taste. It’s made with fish sauce, sugar, and lime, perfect for grilled meats.


In Thailand, it’s known as mamuang pan. Mamuang is Thai for mango and pan is mix. So, mamuang pan refers to mixed mango.

Mango drink

When it’s super hot outside, a chilled mango drink is like heaven.

I topped mixed ripe mangoes with coconut milk, but if coconut milk is not your thing, don’t worry. You can also make this drink with other types of milk. Fresh milk, almond milk, soy milk, or even oat milk.

Two glasses of Thai mango shake, mamuang pan, topped with coconut milk.

If you’re watching your sugar intake, or you’re craving something sweet, you can easily adjust the amount of sugar. This versatile mango recipe lets you customize the drink to your liking.

And by the way, you can also make this with other fruits! Bananas, strawberries, or even pineapples can be used. It’s also perfect for using up those leftover fruits in your fridge.

All that deliciousness comes together in less than 10 minutes. It’s perfect for kids and great for family gatherings during summer. Share it with your loved ones and make those warm moments even better.

Ingredients

Ingredients can be sourced at Asian grocery stores and Asian markets.
The exact measurements are in the recipe card at the end of this post.


Ingredients for Thai mango shake labeled: ripe mango, coconut milk, sugar syrup, and ice.
  • Mango – The best mango for a mango shake is ripe and sweet, like Alphonso, Honey mangoes, or golden mango (nam dok mai mango). They should feel slightly soft to the touch, indicating that they’re ripe.
  • Sugar syrup – You can use store-bought sugar syrup for fast fruit shakes, or simply make it at home by boiling water and sugar until the sugar dissolves. Cool it down before using.
  • Coconut milk – I use coconut milk for topping the mango shake. This adds a creamy finish to the drink that swirls into the mixed mango – so delicious!
  • Ice – To make your yellow fruit shake refreshingly cold, you can use ice cubes or crushed ice.

How to make mango shake

Slices of ripe mango in a clear bowl.

Step 1: Start by peeling your ripe mango and cutting it into pieces.

Mango shake in a blender.

Step 2: Add the mango chunks, crushed ice, and sugar syrup into a blender. Blend everything until smooth.

Coconut milk mango shake in a tall glass.

Step 3: Pour your delicious mango shake into a serving glass. Then, gently spoon coconut milk on top. If you like, add some small mango pieces and a mint leaf for garnish. Enjoy!

Kitchenware

  • Saucepan if you’re making sugar syrup from scratch
  • Cutting board and a sharp knife
  • Measuring spoons and cups
  • Blender

Mango recipe variations

Mango yogurt shake: Substitute coconut milk with yogurt to make a thicker, protein-rich variation that’s perfect for breakfast.

Vegan mango shake: Coconut milk is vegan, but you can also use almond milk or oat milk. Swap the sugar for a vegan alternative of your choice, like agave syrup.

Mango sago drink: Simply add boiled sago pearls to your finished drink.

Ice cream shake: In Belgium, my husband often went to the gym and sometimes, to gain weight, he’d add vanilla ice cream to his fruit shakes. They taste great but watch out, they’re high in calories!

Fruit variations: You can add lots of different fruits to your mango shake, like banana, pineapple, peach, strawberry, and berries.

Delicious ways to serve fruit shake

Once your fruit shake is ready, you can top it with diced mangoes or other fruits, and optionally a leaf of mint for color contrast. Personally, I like to have a refreshing mango shake with a spicy Thai salad. Som tum Thai, yum woon sen, and Thai mango salad are some of my favorites. For something sweeter, you can pair it with Thai mango sticky rice.

Thai mango drink with coconut milk served in tall glass.

Frequently asked questions

How many calories in mango shake?

A mango shake typically has about 200 to 250 calories per serving. This can vary based on the ingredients you use, like the type of milk and how much sugar you add.

Can I make this without sugar?

Yes, you can make a mango shake without sugar, especially if your mangoes are really sweet. You can also use natural sweeteners like honey or agave syrup as alternatives.

Is a mango shake healthy?

A mango shake can be healthy if made with minimal added sugars and using healthy ingredients like coconut milk or almond milk. Mangoes are rich in vitamins and fiber, making them a nutritious choice.

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Thai Mango Shake Recipe (Mamuang Pan)

Thai mango shake in a tall glass with a layer of coconut milk.
This Thai mango shake recipe makes a delicious mamuang pang with just 4 ingredients. Refreshing, sweet, and so good!
Praew
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Cuisine Thai
Course Drinks
Serving Size 2 people

Ingredients

  • 1 ripe mango Alphonso or Honey mango
  • 2 cups crushed ice add to taste
  • 2 tablespoons sugar syrup
  • 4 tablespoons coconut milk top to taste

Instructions

  • Start by peeling your ripe mango and cutting it into pieces.
  • Add the mango chunks, crushed ice, and sugar syrup into a blender. Blend everything until smooth.
  • Pour your delicious mango shake into a serving glass. Then, gently spoon coconut milk on top. If you like, add some small mango pieces and a mint leaf for garnish. Enjoy!

Notes

  • Use the nutrition card in this recipe as a guideline.
  • I topped mixed mango with Thai coconut milk. If you don't like coconut milk, don't worry! You can use other milks like fresh, almond, soy, or oat milk.
  • Adjust the sugar as per your taste. This mango recipe is flexible, so you can make it just the way you want.

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