Raspberry Smoothie

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Are you looking for a healthy breakfast recipe that satisfies your sweet tooth? This homemade Raspberry Smoothie ticks all the boxes. It's made with three different fruits: raspberries, bananas, and mangos, so you're getting sweetness, tanginess, and a lot of fiber. One serving provides almost 20 percent of your daily fiber needs. We also added some lime juice to balance the sweetness, using almond milk as the base. So, it's vegan-friendly too. It's also primal-friendly and paleo-friendly as long as you use primal/paleo-friendly almond milk. Looking for another "berry-delicious" smoothie? Try our Peach Blueberry Smoothie!

Are berry smoothies good for you?

Berry smoothies can be good for you if you use the right ingredients. This berry smoothie contains health-promoting foods such as raspberries, mangos, bananas, and almond milk. Raspberries are rich in antioxidants which may reduce your risk of various chronic diseases. Raspberries are also rich in vitamin C and manganese which boost your immune system and bone health. Meanwhile, mangos are excellent sources of vitamin C and copper and good sources of vitamins A, E, and B6. These nutrients boost your immune system and are suitable for your skin, eyes, and brain. Additionally, bananas are good sources of several nutrients, including potassium, which is vital for healthy blood pressure. Lastly, almond milk is a good source of bone-building calcium and vitamin E, promoting healthy skin.

Do berry smoothies help you lose weight?

Berry smoothies can help you lose weight as long as they're low in calories. Our raspberry smoothie is not only low in calories but high in fiber too. Foods high in fiber make you feel full, so you eat less, helping you lose weight.

How many carbs are in a raspberry smoothie?

There are 30 grams of net carbs in one serving of this raspberry smoothie.

How many calories are in a berry smoothie?

There are 150 calories in one serving of this berry smoothie.
Author: Chigoziri Nwachuku
Average: 5 (1 vote)
Prep Time
5 mins
Cook Time
0 mins
Total Time
5 mins
2 persons



Put the frozen raspberries, mango, banana, lime juice, and almond milk in a blender. Blend until smooth.  
Preparing to blend all the fruit ingredients
Serve immediately or store in a covered Mason jar in the fridge for one day.
Serving Raspberry Smoothie

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