Maggy Mango

Mocktails, served in nice glasses, make me happy. If you want to make it into a cocktail instead feel free to add alcohol. I haven’t grown out of playing with my food so this time I sprinkled edible flowers on my drink. Best thing about this one though are the benefits for our health. 

Mango is incredibly rich in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Coconut water has nutrients such as potassium, calcium, magnesium and antioxidants. Same with passion fruit and lime, both of which give you potassium and antioxidants and passion fruit also is a good source of fibre. 


150 g mango, fresh or frozen 

200 dl coconut water

1 passion fruit, the pulp

1 lime

edible flowers, optional

3 drops caramel stevia from Good Good, optional


Peel the mango and cut to cubes, or use a mango from a package, cut and ready to eat. Add to a blender.

Cut the passion fruit in halves, scoop out the pulp into the blender.

Cut the lime in halves and slice one half. Squeeze the juice from the other half into the blender.

Poor in the coconut water and let it run until the drink is smooth. 

NOTE. If you prefer the drink to be thinner simply add more coconut water, or add less than the recipe says if you want the drink to be really thick. You can add caramel stevia from Good Good if you don’t find the drink sweet enough. 

Pour into nice glasses and garnish with a slice of lime and edible flowers, or whatever you fancy. 

If you like to get tipsy it’s nice to add a splash of gin or vodka to this delicious drink 🙂 🥂

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