Orange Mango Smoothie

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This refreshing orange mango smoothie tastes just like a creamsicle! Enjoy it on a hot summer day or as a healthy treat to help boost your immune system during the winter months.

Add the perfect amount of orange-mango flavor to your smoothies with this healthy and easy-to-make smoothie with a little bit of tropical flavor.

glass filled with mango and orange smoothie with orange wedges.

What you’ll love about this recipe:

  • KID FRIENDLY – Mango and orange smoothie is a cold and refreshing drink that is high in vitamins A and C. The kids absolutely love this sweet treat! And because it’s healthy, I feel good about serving it to them.
  • HEALTHY – This delicious smoothie is an ideal snack for busy days, or as part of your morning routine. It only takes a few minutes to make and it tastes like an orange mango creamsicle. I also love that it is immune boosting too.
  • INEXPENSIVE – With only a few whole food ingredients, this smoothie is super budget friendly.
top down view of the glasses of orange mango smoothie.

Ingredients

You’ll only need a few basic ingredients to make this smoothie recipe.

  • orange juice
  • oranges – such as navel oranges, you could also use clementines or mandarins if preferred. Depending on the choice of oranges, you may want to check for seeds and pull them out before blending. Also, remember that clementines are smaller so you’ll need to add more oranges to replace the amount needed for the recipe.
  • fresh mango — fresh is preferred in this recipe, but you can use frozen mango if that’s what you have on hand.
  • vanilla extract
  • coconut milk – frozen into ice cubes
  • frozen bananas, sliced or in chunks

A high speed blender is recommended for this recipe as it will do a much better job at breaking down the pith of the oranges, as well as the coconut ice cubes and frozen bananas.

orange mango smoothie recipe

Instructions

Add the orange juice and the vanilla to the high speed blender.

Peel and cut up oranges and mangoes and add those to the blender.

orange juice in a blender.
orange slices and mango in the blender with the orange juice.
oranges, mango, and bananas in the blender.

Add the coconut milk ice cubes and frozen banana to the blender.

Blend for 45-60 seconds to get smooth orange smoothies to serve and enjoy!

frozen coconut milk ice cubes on top of the fresh fruit inside the blender.
ingredients blended together to make a smoothie.
pouring the orange smoothie from the blender into the glass.

🍊 Recipe tips

  • To make the coconut milk ice cubes simply freeze coconut milk in an ice cube tray the night before making this recipe. The coconut milk ice cubes were made with silicone ice cube trays that hold 15 ice cubes.
  • It is best to slice or chop up the bananas before freezing them, and freeze them for several hours or overnight before making this recipe.
two glasses of the orange smoothie on a wooden cutting board with slices and wedges of oranges.

How to store extra or leftover smoothies

It’s best to drink this smoothie right after it’s made to get the best flavor. However, you can freeze this recipe in popsicle molds if you have any leftovers.

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FAQ (frequently asked questions)

Do the bananas and coconut milk need to be frozen?

Yes, at least if you like your smoothies thick! It helps give this smoothie an almost creamsicle-likeness to it. If you want a thinner smoother, then go ahead and add them in without freezing them.

Should the mango be fresh or frozen?

It’s best to use a fresh, ripe mango. But if it is out of season, use frozen.

Do I NEED to use a high speed blender or can I use a regular one?

A high speed blender is recommended for this recipe as it will do a much better job at breaking down the pith of the oranges, as well as the coconut ice cubes and frozen bananas. 

Can I use Cuties (clementines) instead of oranges?

Yes! But since clementines are generally smaller than oranges, you should add at least two more clementines than oranges (so 6 instead of 4).

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pouring an orange smoothie into a glass from the blender.

Orange Mango Smoothie

This delicious orange mango smoothie makes a creamy, refreshing breakfast or snack. It’s super simple to make with just a few ingredients.
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 1 minute
Total Time 6 minutes
Author Mary Woita
Servings 4
Calories: 287kcal

Equipment

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Add orange juice and vanilla to the blender.
  • Peel and cut up oranges and mangoes and add those to the blender.
  • Add the coconut milk ice cubes and frozen banana to the blender.
  • Blend for 45-60 seconds to get smooth orange smoothies to serve and enjoy!

Notes

To make the coconut milk ice cubes simply freeze coconut milk in an ice cube tray the night before making this recipe.
It is best to slice or chop up the bananas before freezing them, and freeze them for several hours or overnight before making this recipe.

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