Mango Strawberry Banana Smoothie


I found this wonderful smoothie image on and then found the smoothie recipe on Sandra’s Recipes at Not only is this mango, strawberry, banana smoothie a treat for the tongue, it is a visual delight for the eyes. Sandra has done a masterful job creating this smoothie. Please visit her site to find more recipes (and every recipe has a photo). This smoothie needs to be built in two colorful layers. It takes a little extra time, but you and anyone you share this smoothie with will be delighted at the results.

An added feature for this smoothie is the fact that is a non-dairy smoothie.

Mango Strawberry Banana Smoothie

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Blend Time: 2 minutes

Total Time: 12 minutes

Yield: 1 serving

Serving Size: 24 ounces

Calories per serving: 469

Fat per serving: 1.6g

Mango Strawberry Banana Smoothie

Smoothie Ingredients

    Bottom layer:
  • 1 mango, peeled, pitted and chopped
  • ½ cup orange juice
  • 1 tablespoon lime juice
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • 3 medium ice cubes
  • Top Layer:
  • 1 banana, chopped
  • 10 strawberries, cut in half
  • 1 tablespoon lime juice
  • 3 medium ice cubes


  1. In a blender, puree the mango, orange juice, lime juice, honey, and ice cubes, until smooth, and divide amongst 2 straight-sided 8 oz. glasses, and set aside.
  2. Rinse blender, then puree banana, strawberries, lemon juice, and ice cubes, until smooth, and gently pour into glasses while trying to maintain a line separating the layers.

I would love to post additional photos of this smoothie, so if you give it a try, send in the photos to and I’ll add them and give you credit.

Mango Strawberry Banana Smoothie Gallery

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A slightly different version from Barbara, “I tweaked it up a bit and used 3/4 cup of pineapple instead of mango…and lemon juice instead of lime juice.”


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    • Anastasia
    • June 23, 2011

    I would like to say that I have tried many smoothies and i don’t like any smoothies. I found this recipe today and decided to try it and I loved it! Its my first smoothie that I actually like! Thank you so much for posting it!

    • Juice Fiend
    • July 5, 2011

    That smoothie looks divine! The color of my juices/smoothies is something I’ve been working on myself recently. I’m making some beautiful yellows, reds and greens. But layered drinks?!?! That’s going to take things to a whole new level! Cheers.

    • SmoothieDelight
    • July 10, 2011

    We actually used this recipe for our project! Thanks A Bunch :)

      • Blender Man
      • July 10, 2011

      @smoothiedelight – Did you take any photos to share?

    • i love maaah smooothies!
    • July 11, 2011

    Just made this because I was bored and it was DELICIOUS! My number one smoothie…try it frozen!!

    • Rob
    • July 27, 2011

    My wife and I are both trying to shed a few pounds and would like limit our calorie intake. Does anyone have a calorie count on this drink?

    • Kathryn M.
    • August 2, 2011

    My sister, mom, and I made this and it was AWESOME!!!!!!!!!
    My sister does not like banana smoothies so she didn’t like it as much, but my mom & I loved it. It would make a good drink idea for a tropical/beach birthday party!!!!!!!!!

    • arias
    • August 9, 2011

    That’s a lot of honey which I’m not sure what the point of is. The banana and mango should make this drink sweet enough.

      • Blender Man
      • August 9, 2011

      @Arias Try using less and add if you need more. I truly believe smoothies deserve a personal touch.

    • Emma
    • September 18, 2011

    oooooooooooooh my god it is so good my friends and i are makeing it for owe E.R.P’s
    :) :) :)

    • Anonymous
    • October 7, 2011

    i made it with all frozen fruit and its good but the top layer was denser than the bottom and sunk through.

    • Jaytee
    • March 8, 2012

    I made the mistake of adding a pineapple to the bottom layer. It tasted fine but it was practically all pulp!

    I’d say unless you’re just subbing out pineapple juice for the OJ, that particular fruit is not a great idea.

    • strawberry
    • May 30, 2012

    looks yummy i will try to make it today cant wait!

    • Strawberry layer
    • June 28, 2012

    Can I put ice cream in the strawberry banana layer?

    • Duki
    • August 6, 2012

    That was super, I liked it thank you very much

    • Linda Leary
    • January 11, 2013

    My husband & I are gonna try this with some rum. Yum

    • Anonymous
    • March 26, 2013

    What’s the white layer in the middle?

      • Confused smoothy maker
      • March 26, 2013

      Yeah what’s that white stuff in the middle? From the smoothy with a twist?

        • Confused also
        • March 27, 2013

        Mr. Blender Man:
        I am also confused. Is the white stuff in the middle ice cream? Yogurt? Please help

          • Confused a lot
          • March 30, 2013

          Heeeelp! I’m making this for my family and I want it to be perfect. Is the white stuff in the smoothy with a twist banana?

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