This colorful multi-layered raspberry mango swirl smoothie is as pleasing to the eye as it is to the taste buds.

Raspberry and Mango Smoothie

Although any time is a good time for a smoothie, they’re especially refreshing when served ice cold on a hot day.

This mango and raspberry swirl smoothie is made up of 2 separate smoothies, a mango and a raspberry smoothie.

So with each delicious sip, you’ll taste either raspberry or mango with the exception of the swirl parts of the smoothie where it’s a combination of both flavors.

The ingredients in each smoothie are the same except of course that one has mango and the other one has raspberries.

And each smoothie also has banana in it for good measure.

Both the mangos and the raspberries in this smoothie are frozen, plus crushed ice is added so the smoothie is as ice cold as possible.

Raspberry and Mango Smoothie

When making a smoothie there’s an order in which the ingredients should be added so that it turns out nice and creamy.

A rule of thumb is that liquids and soft ingredients go in first, and the harder ingredients go in last.

So for example to the blender jar,

  • First, add liquids such as juice, water or milk 
  • Second, add soft ingredients like yogurt, fresh (unfrozen) cut fruit and berries, or honey
  • Then add items such as frozen cut fruit and berries, vegetables or nuts
  • Lastly add the ice

When blending a smoothie, to avoid an air pocket from forming by the blade in the blender jar, there needs to be a good balance between the liquid and frozen ingredients (including ice).

For best results, serve this smoothie right away while ice cold.

Here are more smoothie recipes you may like “Peach, Blueberry and Banana Smoothie“, “Kiwi Berry Smoothie” and “Blueberry, Granola and Banana Smoothie“.

Let’s check out the ingredients.

Mango Raspberry Smoothie Ingredients

For the Multi-Layered Smoothie – Frozen mango chunks, frozen raspberries, banana, fresh lime, plain Greek yogurt, water and crushed ice 

Equipment Needed – Blender

printable recipe with the measurements and instructions is located at the bottom of this post.

Here’s how to make it.

For the Mango Smoothie:

Add water to blender

To the blender jar, add water…

Add banana to blender

Banana inside blender

…1/2 of a peeled banana…

Add yogurt to blender

…plain Greek yogurt…

Add lime juice to blender

…fresh lime juice…

Add mango chunks to blender

…and…

Add mango chunks to blender

Mango chunks inside blender

…frozen chunks of mango.

Add ice to blender

Then add crushed ice.

Mango smoothie in blender

Next, it’s time to blend.

Mango smoothie in blender

Blend on the smoothie setting…

Mango smoothie in blender

…until smooth and creamy.

Pour mango smoothie in glass

To each serving glass…

Mango smoothie in glass

…add the mango smoothie…

Pour mango smoothie in glass

…so that each glass is about half full.

Mango smoothies in glass

TIP – Reserve a little (about 3 dollops) of the mango smoothie to use as a topping or garnish on top of the raspberry smoothie.

Set aside the serving glasses of mango smoothie in the freezer (if you have room), or in refrigerator for a short time while making the raspberry smoothie.

Give the blender jar a quick rinse before making the raspberry smoothie.

For the Raspberry Smoothie:

Add water in blender

To the blender jar, add water…

Add lime juice to blender

…fresh lime juice…

Banana inside blender

…banana…

Add yogurt to blender

…plain Greek yogurt…

Add raspberries to blender

Raspberries in blender

…frozen raspberries and crushed ice.

Raspberry smoothie in blender

Blend on the smoothie setting…

Raspberry smoothie in blender

…until smooth and creamy.

Pour raspberry smoothie

To the serving glasses…

Pour raspberry smoothie

…add the raspberry smoothie on top of the mango smoothie.

Raspberry Mango Smoothie in Glass

TIP – Leave a small amount of room at the top of each serving glass for a dollop of the remaining mango smoothie later. 

Raspberry and Mango Smoothie

TIP – Before adding the final dollop of mango smoothie on top, make the swirls.

Mix Raspberry and Mango Smoothie

For the Swirls – Using a dinner knife, make swirls between the raspberry and mango smoothies.

Pour Mango Smoothie

Then in each serving glass, add a dollop (about a heaping tablespoon) of the remaining mango smoothie on top of the raspberry smoothie.

Raspberry and Mango Smoothie

Using a toothpick, swirl the dollop of mango into the raspberry.

Raspberry Mango Smoothie

Garnish with pieces of mango and raspberries on toothpicks.

Mango Raspberry Smoothie

Serve right away…

Raspberry and Mango Smoothie

…while ice cold.

Mango Raspberry Smoothie

Then…

Mango Raspberry Smoothie

Mango Raspberry Smoothie

…enjoy each and every delicious sip.

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Mango Raspberry Smoothie

Raspberry Mango Swirl Smoothie

A colorful multi-layered smoothie that's as pleasing to the eye as it is to the taste buds.
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Ingredients

For the Mango Smoothie:

  • 1/2 cup water
  • 1/2 of a lime, juiced
  • 1/2 of a banana, peeled
  • 1/2 cup plain Greek yogurt
  • 1-1/2 cups frozen mango chunks
  • 1 cup crushed ice

For the Raspberry Smoothie:

  • 1/2 cup water
  • 1/2 of a lime, juiced
  • 1/2 banana, peeled
  • 1/2 cup plain Greek yogurt
  • 1 cup frozen raspberries
  • 1 cup crushed ice

For Garnish:

  • Cut pieces of mango
  • Raspberries

Equipment

  • Blender

Instructions

For the Mango Smoothie:

  • To the blender jar add water, lime juice, banana, yogurt, frozen mango chunks and crushed ice. Blend on the smoothie setting until smooth and creamy.
  • Fill the serving glasses half full with the mango smoothie reserving a little to add as a topping later.
  • Set the glasses of mango smoothie aside in the freezer (if you have room, or put in the refrigerator) for a short time while making the raspberry smoothie.
    Give the blender jar a quick rinse before making the raspberry smoothie.

For the Raspberry Smoothie:

  • To the blender jar add, water, lime juice, banana, yogurt, frozen raspberries and crushed ice. Blend on the smoothie setting until smooth and creamy.
  • To the serving glasses, add the raspberry smoothie on top of the mango smoothie.
    Leave a small amount of room at the top of each serving glass for a dollop of the remaining mango smoothie later. 
  • Before adding the final dollop of mango smoothie on top, make the swirls.
    For the Swirls - Using a dinner knife, make swirls between the raspberry and mango smoothies.
  • Then in each serving glass, add a dollop (about a heaping tablespoon) of the remaining mango smoothie on top of the raspberry smoothie. Using a toothpick, swirl the dollop of mango into the raspberry.
  • Garnish with pieces of mango and raspberries on toothpicks. Serve right away while ice cold.

Notes

TIPS:

  1. Reserve a little (about 3 dollops or 3 heaping tablespoons) of the mango smoothie to use as a topping or garnish on top of the raspberry smoothie.
  2. Leave a small amount of room at the top of each serving glass for a dollop of the remaining mango smoothie.
  3. Before adding the final dollop of mango smoothie on top, make the swirls.