Raspberry - Mango Smoothie

Total Time
Prep 4 mins
Cook 1 min

Toss a few things in the blender, out comes a great chilled drink with a LOVELY color and GREAT taste! This is thinner than most smoothies. Frozen fruit means you can skip the ice cubes!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Toss the mango, berries and lemonade in the blender; whirl on medium speed, push fruit down, add sugar or honey; whirl again and add half the milk.
  2. Whirl on high and add remaining milk, yogurt and vanilla; whirl until smooth and free-flowing.
  3. Serve in stemmed glasses.
  4. NOTE: I used frozen for my recipe, but you could use fresh just as easily. Frozen lends that ICE COLD quality and WITHOUT ice cubes!
Most Helpful

Great, great smoothie, & well worth making again! I'm not one to include the ice cubes in any smoothie that I make with frozen fruit, so this was right up my alley! Did use the honey & I did cut back on the milk by 1/2 cup, but then I love it thick! Thanks for the great recipe! [Tagged, made & reviewed in Please Review My Recipe cooking game]

Sydney Mike February 26, 2008

Very nice smoothie! We tasted mostly the raspberry flavor but that's okay, it was still delicious! ZWT 3

MA HIKER June 16, 2007

I usually drink a smoothie for breakfast and I this one appealed to me because it had a lot of ingredients I use separately but never all together. I used a fresh mango and frozen raspberries. I scaled this to 1 serving, using 1/2 cup mango. This was wonderfully fruity and a nice thickness. Thanks Debber, for posting. Roxygirl

Roxygirl in Colorado March 14, 2007