Berry Mango Smoothie Recipe

Purple power smoothie

By Kelli Swensen, Dietetics Student, Sargent College

With school starting up (and having all 8am classes), coming up with a list of go-to quick breakfasts is a great idea! For those days when it’s still warm outside or you really just want a fast, refreshing breakfast, we here at the Sargent Choice Nutrition Center have you covered. Both our Purple Power Smoothie and Berry Mango Smoothie are delicious and have the nutrition boost to get you through the first half of your day! Check out our previous posts about each smoothie (Spinach in a Smoothie?! and Berry-Mango Smoothie Goodness) then write down the recipes (Purple Power recipe found HERE) and give them a whirl! Also, be sure to check Late Night this year for both these awesome smoothies! What are some of your favorite quick, healthy breakfasts? We’d love to hear so drop a comment below or write on our facebook page!



  • Strawberries (unsweetened, frozen),1/2 cup
  • Mango (frozen, chunks), 1/4 cup
  • (*tip, try switching the fruit to 1/4 cup strawberries and 1/2 cup mango for a creamier tasting smoothie)
  • Orange juice, 1/2 cup
  • Yogurt (plain, nonfat), 1/2 cup
  • Crushed ice, a little over ~1/2 cup

Put all ingredients in blender and blend until smoothie reaches desired consistency.

NUTRITION per 18oz smoothie:
160 calories
0g fat
80mg sodium
38g carbohydrate
3 g fiber
29g sugars
6g protein


Ayfiel posted on January 31, 2012 at 1:36 am

A very interesting recipe to try. Surely no one imagined that this cake is made from mango. Thanks for the recipe.Honey Joys

Josie posted on April 23, 2012 at 3:41 pm

It’s also really nice to add some mint or basil leaves to this smoothie

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