Mango Carrot Smoothie: Easy Affordable Raw Food Recipe

This is like a big glass of frosty sunshine. The mango is super sweet and I love adding even more tasty beta carotene in the form of carrots. Freeze the mango chunks overnight for a cold morning treat.

makes 3 servings ~ $1.50 per serving


  • 3 cups mango, frozen (about 1 lb) ($3.00)
  • 2 cups carrots, cut into one inch pieces ($.60)
  • 1 orange, peeled ($.90)
  • 1 cup water (or almond milk), or more for blending


  • Place all ingredients into blender and process until very smooth.
  • (Optional) For popsicles (see below), pour into molds and freeze for several hours or overnight.

nutritional information:       calories: 146      fat: 0 gr      carbs: 38 gr      protein: 3 gr

Popsicle option!

This smoothie (like most) makes excellent popsicles. Just pour into popsicle molds and freeze for several hours or overnight. Remove from molds and enjoy!

Lisa Viger Gotte

Hello! I'm Lisa, an artist, photographer, author, gardener, navel-gazer, and lover of the planet and all its inhabitants. I draw and paint, cook, write, take lots of pics, eat lots of chocolate, and practice gratitude daily.

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5 Responses

  1. Mireya says:

    I just made this using a regular blender and it was so so good. I just added chia seeds and ground flax seed. I love it because I've been eating healthier and I don't feel deprived! Lol

  2. Anonymous says:

    Do you use a regular blender? Wondering if I should steam the carrots first – of course, then they are not raw…

    • Lisa Viger says:

      You could steam them but you really don't need to. I use a regular blender as well as a VitaMix. The regular blender will take a little longer and maybe not get it quite as smooth, but it's still great … 🙂

  3. belinda1 says:

    What brand of popsicle maker did you use?

  4. Super excited! I'm trying this ASAP.