Mango Raspberry Smoothie

Mango Raspberry Smoothie |

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Mango Raspberry Smoothie

Yield – 4 servings

Preparation Time – 5 minutes

Cooking Time – 0 minutes


  • 1 cup frozen mango
  • 1 cup frozen raspberries
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 3 1/2 cups of water
  • 2 Tbsp ground flaxseed


  • Add fruit, flaxseed, milk and water to blender. Blend!

Makes about 32 oz. of smoothie…enough for 4 cups!

Mango Raspberry Smoothie |

**Note: I did not add any “sweeteners” to this smoothie. I thought it tasted great and both boys drank theirs right up. If you use not so sweet mangoes or raspberries, you might consider adding 1/2 cup of your favorite sweetener.

What’s your favorite thing to add into a smoothie??? I also like tossing in spinach and making “green juice,” as the boys call it!


  1. says

    Believe it or not, my kids’ favorite is Pumpkin Smoothies! And I get to sneak in healthy orange veggie and soy

    Blend 1/3 – 1/2 cup canned pumpkin puree with a 6 oz cup of vanilla yogurt, 6 oz vanilla soymilk, 1/8 tsp allspice and a few ice cubes. If your yougurt or soymilk aren’t very sweet, you can add a teaspoon or two of sweetner. Mmmm. Like frosty pumpkin pie, only better. This makes about 21 oz. (good for three breakfast sized portions)

  2. says

    We mix together frozen diced bananas and strawberries or blueberries with some orange juice and homemade yogurt. (Add as much of the last two ingredients to get the consistency you desire.) Yum!

  3. Amy says

    My current favorite is putting pomegranate juice in a smoothie. Pom juice, rice milk, frozen blueberries, pineapple, a couple bananas, flaxseed, and tons of spinach. My kids favorite is chocolate soy milk (I add lots of water though because I think this is so sweet), bananas, cherries, and flaxseed.

  4. says

    Adding fat free/sugar free instant jello pudding to a smoothie is delicious! It adds a lot of flavor for very low calories. My favorite smoothie is:

    1 cup ice
    1 cup milk
    1 cup berries
    1 Tablespoons fat free/sugar free jello pudding

    You can make all kinds of different flavors using different berries and different flavors of jello :) I made a blueberry cheesecake smoothie yesterday!

  5. says

    i’m hooked on 1/2 a banana + 1 cup homemade unsweetened yogurt + one scoop chocolate protein powder + 2 tablespoons of peanut butter. add enough milk to make it blendable. if it isn’t sweet enough, try adding a squirt of chocolate syrup. my gym calls it a funky monkey.

  6. Crista says

    I make all-fruit smoothies. Any variety of mango, strawberry, blueberry, avocado, banana, kiwi, pineapple, etc – the banana and/or avocado gives it enough creaminess milk/yogurt/etc aren’t necessary. I use apple juice to make it blendable, and the amount varies depending how much of the fruit is frozen or fresh. I throw in a handful of baby carrots almost every time too – can’t taste them at all. Haven’t worked my way up to spinach though…But I do have to say, my kids will eat pretty much any fruit and veggie put in front of them, the smoothies are just a healthier way to cool off than ice cream in our house! (I’ve thought about trying watermelon, cantaloupe, & honeydew, but haven’t had the chance yet).

  7. Dawn says

    I add everything but the kitchen sink! From Kale to ground advocado pit! This is how I get most of my family’s vitamins in them! The best tasting smoothie for both my kids & I is the PB&J smoothie. It tastes just like the sandwich, but nice and cold! I sneak in some cabbage, carrots, whatever I have on hand. Yummy!

  8. says

    I have been looking for a good smoothie recipe today, and HOORAY! I have just found it. I can’t wait to try this. It’ll be a great afternoon surprise for the kids.

  9. Mary W says

    I freeze chunks of any fruit getting over ripe in a freezer bag labeled “Smoothie”.

    I also freeze excess fruit juice in ice cube trays. This includes juice (not syrup) from canned fruit and extra orange, lime and grapefruit juice from my fruit trees.

  10. Barb says

    I like to take 2 over ripe bananas, 6 large strawberries, 1 kiwi peeled, 1/2 cup of organic vanilla soy milk ( I found it at Walmart super store for less than non organic vanilla soy milk), 3 scoops of fat free vanilla frozen yogurt and about a cup of ice cubes. I just throw it all in a food processor and what a great treat! The kids love it and so do the adults.

    Sometimes I will add 1 6 ounce container of fat free yogurt of any flavor.

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