Raspberry Mango Smoothie

Raspberry Mango Smoothie

I came across this recipe in Recipezaar when I was searching for mango recipes for this month’s Weekend Breakfast Blogging – May Mango Madness hosted by Arundati, originally started by Nandita.  In spite of the good reviews, I was not sure if we would like the combination of these two fruits, so I scaled down the measurements.  But to my surprise it tasted very good.

Raspberry Mango Smoothie Recipe

Prep TimeCook TimeMakes
05 Mins05 Mins2 Servings
Raspberry Mango Smoothie A very simple and tasty recipe to make a creamy smoothie using raspberries and mangoes.
  • 1/2 Cup Fresh Or Frozen Raspberries
  • 1/2 Cup Fresh Or Frozen Maongo Chunks
  • 1/2 Cup Plain Yogurt/Vanilla Yogurt
  • 2 Cups Milk
  • As Per Your Taste Honey/Sugar
  • 1 Teaspoon Vanilla Essence (If You Are Using Plain Yogurt)
Raspberry Mango Smoothie Ingredients

  1. In a blender add the fruits, yogurt, honey and 1 cup of milk and blend it smooth. If your using fresh fruits you can also add few ice cubes during this stage. I used frozen fruits, so I thawed them at room temperature just for 5 minutes and blended it.
  2. Now add the remaining milk or as much as required to get the desired consistency.
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This also goes to my dear friend Dee’s AFAM – Raspberry event.

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  1. Is there a difference between vanilla “essence” and vanilla “extract”? Love your site! Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful recipes!!

    You’re welcome Samantha. As far as I know extract is pure, extracted from real vanilla pods (but there is imitation extract too) and essence is man made from synthetics, which is artificial flavoring. Both can be used interchangeably.

  2. […] Madhuram of Eggless Cooking blends in two unusual flavours of raspberries and mango to make this breakfast Raspberry Mango smoothie […]

  3. Madhavi, thank you very much. Hope you are feeling better now!

    Thank you very much for your comments, Laavanya, Min, Shweta, Rajitha.

    Bhags, yes. It’s my dear friend Dee’s event so trying to send as many entries as possible.

  4. That is a really nice looking drink. I like the idea of using frozen mangoes, I hate the pureed mangoes you get in Indian stores.

  5. I’ve made smoothies, but never thought of putting vanilla essence into it. Thank you for the recipe. I’m sure it taste really good and quite healthy too.

  6. Thanks everybody for your lovely comments. All the pictures in the blog are taken by my husband. I’ll definitely pass the appreciation to him.

    Hetal, I have sent you a mail. Check it out.

    JZ welcome to my blog. Yes it was nice and creamy, I loved it.

    Uma, neither my husband nor my son liked it. So I drank it all. No need to share! :mrgreen:

    Arundathi, tell me about it. I also was not sure how it would taste, but it was definitely worth trying.

    Kaykat, yep I’m a sweet (yes pun intended. see my name itself is madhuram) addict. The frozen mangoes I got in Trader Joes, were not sweet and the raspberries are also tart, so little (lot of honey, actually for me) honey is necessary.

  7. what a yummy combo! refreshing drink. Nobody in our home likes raspberries, so didn’t prepare anything with it. I may have to miss this event.

  8. now THAT is a refreshing shake, it looks sooo good..the raspberries floating on top shows us how light, frothy and smooth the shake actually is! thanks madhuram!

  9. I love the riot of colors in the pictures above,(I am sure the drink is refreshing et al) since I am not a food blogger I am more focussed on the picture -eye candy 🙂


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