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This tasty, vibrant, and refreshing immune-boosting banana mango orange smoothie is thick and creamy, loaded with vitamin C, and is a healthy breakfast or mid-day/post-workout snack!

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Vibrant and Healthy Orange Mango Smoothie

Introduce more sunshine into your life year-round with this sweet and creamy, super refreshing mango orange smoothie. Made with just five ingredients, it’s loaded with vitamins C, A, E, K, potassium, folate, fiber, and several antioxidants and phytonutrients to boost immunity and improve overall body and skin health.

It practically tastes like summer, is naturally dairy-free and gluten-free, and contains no added sugar (unless you want to add some). Plus, by using frozen fruit, it’s wonderfully thick and creamy for a truly satisfying treat.

Looking for more easy, delicious, nutrient-dense smoothies? Try a mango avocado smoothie, strawberry pineapple smoothie, mango blueberry smoothie, or kale pineapple smoothie.

The Ingredients and Substitutes

ingredients for Mango Orange Smoothie measured out on a white surface
  • Mango: For ease, use pre-chopped frozen mango. However, feel free to use fresh (and optionally freeze it yourself) during mango season or canned mango pulp.
  • Citrus: Use what’s available/in season, like tangerine, orange, 2 cuties, sumo citrus, etc. To save effort, use bottled orange juice (fresh is best!).
  • Banana: Use fresh or frozen banana – the latter creates a soft-serve consistency. Slightly overripe is best for the naturally sweetest banana orange mango smoothie.
  • Plant-based milk: Use any unsweetened non-dairy milk, like soy milk, cashew milk, almond, soy, oat, coconut, etc. For a lighter smoothie, use electrolyte-boosting coconut water or even some chilled green tea.
  • Vanilla extract: Just a little for warm depth in the mango and blueberry smoothie.
  • Sweetener: (Optional) Depending on the fruit’s natural sweetness, you could add a small amount of agave, maple syrup, or a sugar alternative.

Mango Citrus Smoothie Recipe Variations

  • Pineapple: Replace some or all of the mango with pineapple (or peaches – fresh or frozen) for a super vibrant and summery mango pineapple orange smoothie.
  • Spinach: Add 1-2 handfuls of spinach (or kale) for a more nutrient-dense, antioxidant-rich mango and orange smoothie.
  • Ginger: Add some freshly minced ginger or ginger powder for a little zing.
  • Lime juice: Just a squeeze for extra brightness.
  • Vegan yogurt: Add a little plain vegan yogurt for extra creaminess.
  • Avocado: Add a small avocado for creaminess, healthy fats, and antioxidants. Replace half (or all) the banana for less natural sugars.
  • Oats: Just ¼ cup rolled oats makes a more filling orange and mango smoothie.
  • Seeds: A tablespoon of chia seeds, flax seeds, or hemp seeds add protein, fiber, and healthy, anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids.
  • Vegan protein powder: Add a scoop of your favorite plain or vanilla vegan protein powder.

How to Make a Banana Mango Orange Smoothie?

  • Add all the ingredients to a blender, ensuring the plant milk and softest ingredients are closest to the blades, followed by the frozen ingredients last.
  • Blend until smooth and creamy (about 2 minutes), then taste and optionally add some sweetener, if preferred.
process shot showing ingredients in blender post blending
  • Transfer the banana orange mango smoothie to a small glass and enjoy!
completed Mango Orange Smoothie being poured into a cup

FAQs

Can I use a regular blender?

Yes, but if you’re using multiple frozen ingredients, it will take longer. To make the process easier, first, blend half the frozen mango and plant milk. Then, add the remaining mango/ frozen ingredients. Blend. Then, add the remaining ingredients and blend.

Can I make a mango orange juice smoothie without banana?

Yes, just replace the banana with extra mango or another fruit/ingredient, like avocado (for extra antioxidants and healthy fats) or vegan yogurt.

Can I make it into a smoothie bowl?

If you use frozen mango and banana and limit the amount of added plant milk, then you can make a consistency thick enough for a smoothie bowl.

Pro Recipe Tips

  • Use a high-speed blender: It’s especially helpful when blending lots of frozen fruit into a smooth consistency. If it has one, use the tamper to push the fruits towards the blades.
  • Ingredient order: Add liquids to the blender first, then soft ingredients, followed by tougher/more fibrous and frozen ingredients last.
  • To adjust thickness: Adjust how much plant-based milk you add and whether you use fresh or frozen fruits.
  • Sweeten to taste: You may not need any if the fruit is sweet enough, so taste it before adding anything.
completed Mango Orange Smoothie in a cup

Storage Instructions

If you’ve made the orange mango smoothie recipe with frozen ingredients, it’s best to consume it as soon as possible before it melts and separates.

If made with fresh fruit, it’s still best to consume immediately (nutritionally speaking), but you can store leftovers in the fridge for up to a day or freeze them for up to 3 months (in Souper cubes, a Ziplock/Stasher bag or popsicle molds).

completed Mango Orange Smoothie in a storage container

More Vegan Smoothie Recipes

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Mango Orange Smoothie

4.95 from 68 votes
Prep: 5 minutes
Cook: 0 minutes
Total: 5 minutes
Servings: 1 serving
This tasty, vibrant, and refreshing immune-boosting banana mango orange smoothie is thick and creamy, loaded with vitamin C, and is a healthy breakfast or mid-day/post-workout snack!

Ingredients 

  • 1 cup of frozen mango
  • 1 ripe banana
  • 1 peeled tangerine
  • ¾ cup of plant-based milk
  • ½ teaspoon of vanilla extract (optional)
  • 1 drop of agave (optional)

Instructions 

  • Place everything in a blender and process until completely smooth.

Notes

  • Use a high-speed blender: It’s especially helpful when blending lots of frozen fruit into a smooth consistency. If it has one, use the tamper to push the fruits towards the blades.
  • Ingredient order: Add liquids to the blender first, then soft ingredients, followed by tougher/more fibrous and frozen ingredients last.
  • To adjust thickness: Adjust how much plant-based milk you add and whether you use fresh or frozen fruits.
  • Sweeten to taste: You may not need any if the fruit is sweet enough, so taste it before adding anything.

Nutrition

Calories: 286kcalCarbohydrates: 65gProtein: 4gFat: 4gSaturated Fat: 0.3gPolyunsaturated Fat: 1gMonounsaturated Fat: 1gSodium: 249mgPotassium: 849mgFiber: 8gSugar: 47gVitamin A: 2460IUVitamin C: 94mgCalcium: 282mgIron: 1mg

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Additional Info

Author: Toni Okamoto
Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: American
Method: Blender
Diet: Vegan
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