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Orange Mango Smoothie Recipe (Easy and Healthy)

You only need four simple ingredients to make this orange mango smoothie. It’s a great way to start your day or have a delicious snack.

Sit back and relax with this refreshing tropical smoothie. This vibrant fruit smoothie has just four ingredients, no added sugar and no dairy. Plus, you can customize it with your favorite fruits and mix-ins to create the perfect blend for your mornings!

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Beat those winter blues and bring tropical sunshine to your kitchen with this irresistible orange mango smoothie recipe.

This refreshing elixir blends the tropical flavors of mango and banana with the tantalizing tang of orange and lime juice. The result is an invigorating, downright delicious mango-orange banana smoothie packed with the power of tropical and citrus fruits.

Mango, for instance, is loaded with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, while bananas contribute essential nutrients like potassium and vitamin B6.

Meanwhile, orange and lime offer a healthy dose of vitamin C and antioxidants. On top of that, you can mix and match the ingredients to your heart’s desire.

So, grab your blender, and let’s take a trip to tropical paradise with this orange mango smoothie.

Why You’ll Love This Recipe

Here are five reasons why this mango orange smoothie recipe is a keeper:

  • Made with all fruit. Blended banana and mango create a sweet, creamy smoothie, while lime and orange juice add a zesty zing that is sure to wake up your taste buds!
  • Fresh or frozen fruit. You can make this smoothie with fresh or frozen fruit to enjoy it even when fresh fruits aren’t readily available.
  • No added sugar. Perfectly ripened fruit provides the right sweetness, so there’s no need to add extra sugar or sweetener.
  • Endless customization possibilities. If you feel like adding other fruits, a handful of greens, or coconut water to boost the nutrient content, go for it!
  • Versatile serving options. Whether you’re in a morning rush, craving a speedy and fulfilling snack, or looking for a guilt-free sweet treat, it’s an excellent option.

Ingredient Notes

Here’s everything you’ll need for this orange and mango smoothie:

Ingredients for orange mango smoothie on marble background. The ingredients are labeled as follows: mango chuncks, lime juice, banana, orange juice.

Here is a brief overview of the ingredients:

  • Mango chunks – For the best results, select perfectly ripened fresh mangoes that give in slightly when gently squeezed. You can also use frozen mango here.
  • Bananas – Opt for ripe bananas, but not too ripe, as they may be too sweet and compromise the smooth, cohesive texture. Save over-ripened bananas for banana bread.
  • Lime juice – A splash of freshly squeezed lime juice adds a refreshingly tangy contrast to the sweet fruits and helps brighten the overall flavor.
  • Orange juice – I recommend using fresh-pressed orange juice. If you use commercial orange juice, be aware of added sugars. Choose orange juice with only one ingredient: freshly squeezed orange juice from fresh oranges.

How to Make an Orange Mango Smoothie

Follow these simple step-by-step instructions to make the best mango orange juice smoothie:

  1. Gather the ingredients: Place the mango chunks in a food processor or blender, along with bananas, lime juice, and orange juice.
  2. Blend and enjoy: Pulse the ingredients a few times, then blend until smooth and creamy. Pour into a tall glass and enjoy!

Three glasses of orange mango smoothie standing on marble background. The smoothies are garnished with orange slices.

Recipe Tips

Here are a few tips to make the best orange mango smoothie:

  • Use ripe fruit. Since this orange mango smoothie recipe has no added sugar or sweetener, be sure to use perfectly ripened mangoes and bananas for maximum sweetness and flavor.
  • Use fresh or frozen fruit. If you use frozen mango and/or banana, the consistency will be more like soft-serve ice cream. Enjoy as is, or let it melt and soften for a few minutes.
  • Use freshly squeezed juice. For the best flavor, use freshly squeezed orange and lime juice. I promise it’s worth the extra effort.
  • Add ice cubes. Adding a handful of ice cubes can also help achieve a thick, ice-cold consistency. This works best if you have a high-power blender.


It’s time to let your creativity run wild!

Here’s a list of ways to make this mango-orange smoothie uniquely yours:

  • Add more fruits. If you want to add another layer of fruity flavor, toss in other fruits, like pineapple, strawberry, apple, peach, kiwi, blueberries, cantaloupe, or coconut.
  • Add protein powder. Add a scoop of your favorite vanilla protein powder to make a more filling workout smoothie.
  • Sneak in orange veggies. If you incorporate veggies, the fruits will overpower the vegetable flavor. Add cooked carrots, butternut squash, sweet potato, or pumpkin to keep the bright orange color.
  • Make a green smoothie. If you add spinach or kale, the fruit will hide the flavor. Just know that the greens will impact the smoothie’s vibrant orange color.
  • Add toppings and garnishes. Add chia seeds, cacao nibs, shredded coconut, or toasted coconut flakes to make this smoothie more filling. Top with whipped coconut cream or creamy almond butter, and garnish with a slice of fresh lime or a sprig of mint.

Orange mango smoothie being poured into a glass.

Storing & Freezing

Storing: If you don’t finish your orange mango smoothie, transfer leftovers to an airtight container and refrigerate for up to 24 hours. Stir well before consuming.

Freezing: Pour the smoothie mixture into an ice cube tray and freeze until solid. Then, transfer the smoothie cubes to a freezer-safe bag and keep frozen for up to 3 months. To reblend, combine the frozen cubes with a bit of liquid (like orange juice or milk) and blend until smooth and creamy.

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are a few related questions about making an orange mango smoothie:

Can you make this smoothie ahead of time?

For the ideal taste and texture, smoothies are best enjoyed right after blending, so I don’t recommend making them ahead of time.

However, you can chop the mango, slice the banana, and freeze them in portions in zip-lock bags for quick and convenient frozen fruit smoothie preparation.

Is orange juice a suitable liquid for smoothies?

Orange juices’ natural sweetness and bold, citrusy flavor make it a great liquid base for smoothies.

However, it’s best to use fresh-pressed orange juice, as store-bought can be high in added sugar.

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A glass of orange mango smoothie garnished with orange slices.

Orange Mango Smoothie

Yield: 2 servings
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

You only need four simple ingredients to make this tropical smoothie. It's a great way to start your day or have a delicious snack.


  • 2 cups frozen mango chunks
  • 1/2 banana, fresh or frozen
  • 1 Tbsp lime juice
  • 1 cup orange juice


  1. Place the mango chunks, banana slices, lime juice, and orange juice into a food processor or blender.
  2. Pulse a few times, then process until smooth.


You can use either fresh or frozen fruit for this smoothie. However, if you use frozen fruit, your smoothie will be a consistency of soft serve ice cream. Just give it a few minutes and it will melt or enjoy as is.

Nutrition Information
Yield 2 Serving Size 1/2 of recipe
Amount Per Serving Calories 183Total Fat 1gSaturated Fat 0gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 0gCholesterol 0mgSodium 3mgCarbohydrates 45gFiber 4gSugar 37gProtein 3g

Nutrition facts provided on this website are an estimate and not guaranteed to be accurate. Please see a qualified health care provider for personalized diet advice and make sure that each of the ingredients is allowed in your diet.

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