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Mango Strawberry Avocado Salad: An irresistible tropical combination that’s hard to beat!

With a tropical flair, this fruit salad is a delightful addition to your summer menu or whenever you can find juicy ripe mangoes!

Mango Strawberry Avocado Salad in a white bowl on a red and white checked napkin

Mango Strawberry Avocado Salad

Being a food blogger does have some perks. Like the bottle of rum that appeared at my doorstep this afternoon. And the package of fresh mangoes that arrived over the weekend.

When I asked my facebook friends for their favorite mango recipes, I was inundated with suggestions. Taking bits and pieces from a variety of sources, I came up with my own Mango Strawberry Avocado Salad. This vibrant dish was an incredible combination of flavors and textures.

Mango Strawberry Avocado Salad in a white bowl with a silver serving spoon

Mango Fruit Salad

These mangoes were the best I’ve ever tasted…soft, sweet, juicy. Perfectly ripened. I received two varieties,Tommy Atkins and Altaulfo. The smaller, deeper fleshed fruit even had some spicy undertones…phenomenal.

The mango mixed with ripe strawberries and succulent pineapple resulted in ambrosial fruit tri-fecta. I realize that avocados are also fruit, but instead of providing sweetness, they offered the ultimate creaminess while the jicama gave a nice neutral crunch. This mango strawberry avocado salad was a party in my mouth.

A healthy party, too. It was wonderful to bring a taste of the tropics to good ol’ Indiana. I hope this bowl of rainbow hued fruit has inspired you to add some mangoes to your shopping cart!

If you have any leftover mangoes, I recommend this raspberry mango salsa.

Skinny Tip

I’m starting a new series of Skinny Tips. How I keep slim is one of my most frequent inquiries. I’ll feature tips on some of my upcoming blog posts.

Tip #20: Take the stairs. It is often quicker than waiting for an elevator and you’ll get a great quad workout, along with your calves and gluts. Who doesn’t need firmer thighs and tush? When I worked as an oncology nurse on the 7th floor of the hospital, I always took the stairs…even when I was 9 months pregnant. Start slowly, then as your endurance improves, pick up your pace.

Mango Strawberry Avocado Salad

Mango Strawberry Avocado Salad

A delectable taste of the tropics in every bite!

Prep Time 15 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Yield 4 servings



  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon lime juice
  • 1 tablespoon orange juice
  • A pinch of salt


  • 1 cubed avocado
  • 1/2 cup small chopped jicama
  • 1/2 cup chopped mango
  • 1/2 cup chopped pineapple
  • 1/2 cup chopped strawberries


  1. Whisk together olive oil, lime juice, orange juice and a pinch of salt. Set aside.
  2. Mix together jicama, mango, pineapple and strawberries and place in serving bowl. Add avocados, then pour dressing over top. Mix carefully so as not to bruise the avocados.

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 178Total Fat: 14gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 12gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 38mgCarbohydrates: 14gFiber: 5gSugar: 7gProtein: 2g


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Giveaway (closed)

I have a spare copy of Fresh Flavorful Festive, a cookbook from the National Mango Board featuring mango recipes for all meals and all occasions. I’d be happy to ship this cookbook anywhere in the world, so please follow the Rafflecoptor cues to enter. Make sure you answer the required question to be guaranteed an entry. Good luck!

Disclosure: The Mango Board supplied me with some gorgeous ripe mangoes to sample and two cookbooks, one for me and one to giveaway . I was not compensated for writing this post and the opinions expressed herein are those of the author, and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of The Mango Board.

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58 comments on “Mango Strawberry Avocado Salad”

  1. Oh, my goodness, Liz. You took the stairs even when you were 9 months pregnant? That is stamina…Maybe there’s something to eating all our veggies, mango fruit and salad! Truly, your salad like everything else on your site looks very appealing =)

  2. Sounds like a refreshing salad Liz! Lucky girl being treated to all the goodies-enjoy:@)

  3. I love all of these colors. Fruit salad is always so nice. Even nicer when someone else makes it. I am not patient enough for all of the chopping.

  4. oh my gosh, I LOVE mangoes but have never thought to make them in to a salad like this. And bonus is that Logan will LOVE this!

  5. This is like a cross between a fruit salad and a regular salad – very interesting! I love that you have avocados in there especially. Avocados, mangos and strawberries are three of my very favourite tastes, so I’m definitely eager to give this one a go!

  6. This is a beautiful salad dear Lizzy:)

  7. I need to try this , looks delicious and perfect to serve as breakfast.

  8. This looks so delicious and healthy. It will brighten up any plate.

  9. I love eating mangoes fresh out of hand. Also mix in with my fav. muffin recipe!

  10. Wow, what a flavorful and colorful combo of ingredients! Love the pictures, and I’ll bet the flavor of this is even better. Really nice recipe — thanks.

  11. Love this salad, Liz! We are huge mango fans here. Our favorite variety is the champagne mango. They are so incredibly, naturally sweet. I bet the jicama is just what is needed for a nice crunch.

  12. This is ideal for summer entertaining, or breakfast, or lunch!

  13. Not only would this dish brighten any plate, Liz, it sure has brightened a gloomy rainy day here in central PA. Thanks for sharing, Liz…

  14. My kind of salad Liz, so vibrant and beautiful. So funny, I worked on the 6th floor of our local hospital for many years. I refused to take the elevator unless I was with a patient 🙂

  15. ROTFL….my mind made the same leap that Ninja Baker’s did… took the stairs when you were nine months pregnant???!!! Yeowee.

  16. I love chicken with mangoes! 🙂 Or just by themselves.

  17. I love mango in a fruit salad. It is always so fresh tasting.

  18. hi, i love adding mangos to my smoothies, so delish, thanks.

  19. Looks super. So jealous of the mangoes turning up on your door! I could do with some of those 🙂 This scream summer to me!

  20. The tropics in a bowl, awesome! Altaulfos are fast becoming my favorites.

  21. On a hot day like this one, this bowl of delicious fruit salad is all that I need…

  22. My favorite way to eat mangos is just fresh cut with the skin!

  23. Lizzy,
    I love mangos and most of all the other ingredients in this salad. The only thing I’m a little hesitant about it the jicama. Another great recipe.

  24. i’ve had mango and strawberry salad and mango and avocado salad but never the three together. it looks good!

  25. Mangoes and rum on your doorstep sounds pretty good to me as does this beautiful salad.

  26. This sounds amazing, LOVE all these fruits! So colorful and so perfect for summer!

  27. beautiful and light. It looks refreshing and a great idea to use the avocado with the mango

  28. I love all the fruits you put in this gorgeous salad! Delightful!

  29. This looks gorgeous – I’m going to make this for this weekend!!! Thanks dear Liz – your recipes are just the best!!!

  30. What a fresh, juicy, beautiful fruit-salad! Perfect for a snack/dessert on any hot summer day. Also great as a light dinner:)
    Thanx so much Liz! Wonderful work!(as always)

  31. Love this salad, never combined avocado with mango and strawberries, bu I will definitely will, it looks delicious.

  32. This is my kind of salad! Love all those colors!

  33. Great things in one bowl! I love the season!

    ela h.

  34. I’m so hooked on avocados! This salad looks delicious. Nice touch with the jicama, Perfect little crunch to add!

  35. What a different fruit salad…love the color!

  36. Lizzy, what a coincidence…you get some ripe mangoes delivered at your door; and I’m nursing a few mangoes to ripen in the sun. Finally, I was able to use one ripe mango to make a Mango Salsa for my next post. I’m staying here at Lora’s to watch the doggies while they are in Italy…so I watch those beautiful mangoes on their tree and waiting for them to ripen!

    Love your Mango Salad, so colorful, healthy, and refreshing…that will be my next project with some ripe mangoes! Your SKINNY TIP sounds like a great idea…for ‘skinny people’…hint, hint…LOL
    Have a wonderful weekend! xoxo
    from; Lizzie

  37. This salad is very tropical and mango is one of my favorite. The sweetness of mango is a good contrast to avocado. Love the picture – very colorful. I am gonna be watching those skinny tips from now on. I guess that’s what I need. 🙂

  38. I love mangoes and avocado and strawberries! This is a bright, colorful salad! Love it!

  39. This is such a gorgeous salad Liz! Love mango and any time avocado is in a salad is always a good thing 🙂 And with the strawberries this makes the perfect summer salad! The crucnh from the jicama sounds like such a a nice addition too 🙂

  40. You’ve put together 3 of my most favourite fruits! I love mangoes and avocados together but never tried them with strawberry — fantastic idea, Liz.

  41. What a great salad, and I love avocado in such recipes too, they do go well with mango. So where is the rum in the recipe then too lol?

  42. I love mangoes. They make everything taste better. Thanks, Liz!

  43. I love this super tropical and summery salad Liz! I could eat this for days. I could totally do the bottle of rum appearing haha!

  44. That bowl of fruit looks YUMMY! I always prefer the stairs over elevators. For seven years, I worked in a building where they kept the stairwell locked. You could get out on the bottom floor, but you couldn’t come in that way or go between floors. It was their version of “security” because supposedly vagrants don’t take elevators–they hang out in stairs. I hated it!

  45. This is a great salad for summer grilling nights! Totally eliminates any cooking in the kitchen and will go with just about anything. Very tasty salad Liz!

  46. Lizzy, what a beautiful and refreshing salad. Food Blogging certainly does have its perks…it’s so much fun getting new toys to cook/bake with 😉

    Have a lovely weekend ahead dear friend.


  47. I adore this recipe! The idea of adding avocado with these fruits must taste lovely! Gorgeous, Hugs, Terra

  48. I feel healthier just by looking at these gorgeous, bright, vibrant photos, Liz! As for the stairs – the last time I ran up a set, I was wheezing ‘n gasping like I was dying. It was horrible. I REALLY need to get in shape (especially after the latte, muffin and burrito combo meal I scarfed down today!).

  49. Mangos are amazing, when they are in season I always have a stash of them in the fridge, they are perfect for brightening up a fruit salad and they are also great for calming down that sweet craving when it hits far tastier and healthier then a chocolate bar 😀

  50. Best fruit salad ever…love the avocado in there!!

  51. Great salad, Liz. I love throwing fruit into a green salad. I have a recent affinity for mangoes, too.

  52. All the wonderful fruits in one bowl – who am I to say no?! Looks good, tastes good 🙂

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  53. Gah! I need this bowl of summery deliciousness, now 😀

  54. Mangoes are one of my favorite fruits all year round. My favorite way to eat them is peeled and then straight off the seed, juice dripping off my elbows. 🙂 Your fruit salad look gorgeous!

  55. This is the kind of salad that I could sit and eat all day long. Love!

  56. What a summery and delicious salad, the avocado and strawberry is a favourite of mine 😀

    Choc Chip Uru

  57. Beautiful fruit salad, Liz. Love the tropical flavors!

  58. I love all these colors and the jicama!! Summer in a bowl! 🙂

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