Friday Drink Day – Dairy Free Mango Raspberry Smoothie, 3 Ways

Raspberry and Mango Smoothie, refreshing, dairy free and with 3 different ways to enjoy it. By just using the same 4 ingredients you can turn this into 3 different variations. Let me show you how. 

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Friday Drinks and Frozen Day  ♥♥

With the weather getting warmer  and warmer everyday, I think we could all agree that we need something that will cool us off and keep us feeling refresh. Since it is Summer, I am making a seasonal post just for the Summer season and this will happen on Fridays. I am calling it Friday Drinks and Frozen Day 🙂 The post will mostly be about Summer drinks and frozen treats to keep up cool and comfy during the Summer season. If it is not Summer where you are right now, do not worry because you can always go back and search for these recipes whenever Summer arrives in your area or you are just feeling to get chilled. Some of the drinks that I am sharing here can be made any day of the year,, rain or shine or snow 🙂

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This refreshing Mango and Raspberry Smoothie is just what need for a hot weather like this. This is a 4 ingredients dairy free smoothie with frozen Raspberry and Mango. The vibrant red and yellow color of this smoothie is enough to make me grab it as soon as I was done making it. Today, I am showing you 3 ways on how you can make this smoothie, 4 ingredients, 3 different ways to serve it. Let’s get started!

For this week Friday Drink & Frozen Treats day, I’m sharing with you a simple Mango & Raspberry Smoothie that will help you beat the heat. It’s thick, naturally fruity because it uses all natural fresh fruits and it is as easy as making any other smoothie.

Frozen Fruits Please 

This is important so that you get the icy smooth texture without having to use extra ice because this recipe do not use ice at all. Adding ice and liquid will make the purée fruits less concentrated and we want to make this taste as much fruits as possible. For the liquid, i used plain water, you can also use coconut water for an extra tropical flavor. There’s no right or wrong here, make it to your preference and use the recipe as a guide. After all, it is a smoothie, super easy!

Things To Remember:

  • Use frozen fruits for better texture
  • Adjust sweetener depending on the sweetness of the fruits 
  • You can use any sweetener of your choice, adjust the measurement as needed
  • You can adjust the consistency, add more liquid for thinner smoothie

3 Ways to Make It

All these 3 variations uses the same 4 ingredients, the difference lies in just how you mix them and serve them. 

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Raspberry & Mango

This variation requires blending the Raspberry and Mango separately. Simply pour half of the water an sweetener in the blender then add the Raspberry and half of the Mango. Blend until smooth then pour in a serving glass. Blend the rest of the ingredients (the mango) and pour on the serving glass. Top with fresh Raspberry.

Raspberry Mango Smoothie By SweetNSpicyLving

Mango and Raspberry

This is exactly the same process as the Raspberry and Mango variation. You’ll just the reverse so that you have more Mango portion than Raspberry. Pour the water, mango and sweetener in the blender and blend until smooth. Pour in the serving glass. Now work on the Raspberry portion by blending the Raspberry, water and sweetener. Pour in the serving glass. Top with sliced Mango.

Raspberry Mango Smoothie For One By SweetNSpicyLving

Mango and Raspberry Duo

This variation is the easiest to make as there is no need to make 2 separate portions. Simply blend the Mango, Raspberry, sweetener and water until smooth. You will get a vibrant red color with the taste of Mango and Raspberry.

However you decide to make it, this Raspberry & Mango Smoothie is a refreshing drink that will cool the heat of Summer. Give it a try and let me know which variation you like. 

Lets get started! 


  • 1 cup Water
  • 1 frozen Mango (more or less 187g)
  • 1/4 cup frozen Raspberry (more or less 35g)
  • 2 tablespoon Honey (or any sweetener of your choice)


Raspberry and Mango: Pour water in the blender. Add Mango and tablespoon honey and blend until smooth. Set aside 1/4 cup. Add frozen Raspberry and 1 tablespoon honey to the remaining Mango. Blend until smooth. Transfer in a serving glass then pour the Mango portion that was set aside and top with fresh of frozen Raspberry.

Mango and Raspberry: Pour water in the blender. Add Mango and tablespoon honey and blend until smooth. Transfer 3/4 of the mixture in a serving glass. Meanwhile, add frozen Raspberry and 1 tablespoon honey to the remaining Mango mixture. Blend until smooth. Pour on top of the Mango mixture and top with fresh or frozen sliced Mango

Mango and Raspberry Duo: Pour water in the blender. Add the Mango, Raspberry and honey and blend until smooth. Transfer whole frozen Raspberry in the glass then pour the smoothie. Top with sliced fresh or frozen Mango and Raspberry

Serve 1

Raspberry Mango Smoothie For One

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