Blueberry Mango Lime Smoothie

4 reader reviews / 4.75 stars average

Health in a glass, your entire family will love this sweet and tart smoothie. Packed with nutrients and protein, you’ll get long-lasting energy with every sip. 

Blueberry Mango Lime Smoothie - The Lemon Bowl

My friends call me the Smoothie Queen and I am more than honored to wear that crown. About the only thing I love more than starting my day with a smoothie is hearing my toddler request a “moo-thie”. I tell you what, that kid will eat anything blended into a creamy smoothie! Kale, parsley, ginger, you name it.

Blueberry Mango Smoothie - The Lemon Bowl

Speaking of smoothie ingredients, I’m sure most of you are down with juicy mangoes, sweet blueberries and tart lime juice but I beg you to also include the parsley and ginger. Not only are they natural detoxifiers and packed with nutrients, but they add bright, grassy, slightly spicy flavor that really complements the banana and other fruit flavors. 

If you don’t have a lime, a lemon will work. Let’s be honest, a lemon always works. It just does.

Your straw is waiting.

Blueberry Mango Smoothie - The Lemon Bowl

Blueberry Mango Lime Smoothie

4 reader reviews / 4.75 stars average
Packed with nutrients and protein, you’ll get long-lasting energy with every sip.
PREP: 5 mins
TOTAL: 5 mins
REVIEW PRINT
Servings: 2

Ingredients
 

  • 1 cup mango pieces
  • 1 cup blueberries
  • 1 banana
  • 1 cup plain low fat yogurt
  • 1 whole lime (peeled)
  • ¼ cup parsley
  • 2 inch piece ginger root (diced)
  • 2 scoops protein powder
  • 2 tablespoons flax seed meal
  • 1 cup water
  • 2 scoops ice

Instructions
 

  • Place all ingredients in a high speed blender and puree until smooth.

Notes

For a thinner smoothie, add more water and less ice. For a thicker smoothie, use frozen fruit and/or add more ice.

Nutrition

Calories: 282kcalCarbohydrates: 50.3gProtein: 16.8gFat: 3.5gSaturated Fat: 0.9gPolyunsaturated Fat: 2.6gTrans Fat: 0gCholesterol: 2mgSodium: 84mgFiber: 8.3gSugar: 32g
DID YOU TRY THIS RECIPE? Mention @thelemonbowl or tag #thelemonbowl! I would LOVE to see!

31 thoughts on “Blueberry Mango Lime Smoothie”

  1. hey Liz sweet lady, its been almost a year since i’ve been on your site, but last summer was in love with 2 of your delish oat breads, and my baking has several smoothies, and just made the b’berry cinnamon smoothie but needed to add some honey, but its refreshing! my baking this summer has been problem, have had to discard alot, as my pretty new FRIGIDAIRE has been a lemon since purchased so freezer is solid ice and fridge isnt colling appropriately, so can’t freeze anything right now, but still have 1/2 of your wonderful peach oat bread frozen in the back, jammed in by a huge chuck of solid ice, a real mess! becausw of covid and the fact that i gift most things i make much and parts of several pastries, sadly! anyway i save all the copies of your blog/podcast, but havent had a chance to watch; hope your 2 boys r growing nicely, and thx again for all of your fantastic recipe:); kelli

  2. I totally agree with the ginger. I don’t leave it out if I want my smoothie to be spicy and sexy, especially when I’m down with a fever or something. It wakes up me up in an instant. But speaking of that spicy kick, Moringa leaves would make a great alternative.

  3. I made a berry ginger smoothie last week but I definitely didn’t add parsley. Interesting! I like how your smoothies are so full of healthy stuff. I just want something sweet (and am lazy) and forego all that other stuff. ;)

  4. The Smoothie Queen, huh. Well that got me looking a bit more around your site and you know I think they may be right. I pinned quite a few of your concoctions. I finally saw a Ninja in actions. I became a believer and am on the outlook for smoothie recipes. The color of this one alone would cause me to drink it with appreciation.

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