Skip Navigation

Mixed Berry Smoothie

  • blueberries


    • 2 cups mixed fresh berries (strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries)
    • 1 cup diced, peeled, pitted mango (about 1 large)
    • 1 cup ice cubes
    • 1/2 cup nonfat milk, organic nonfat milk, unsweetened almond/coconut/rice/soy milk


    1. Combine all ingredients in blender.
    2. Puree until very smooth.
    3. Pour into glasses.


    2 servings


    Charisse Anderson

    Simmons, Marie. Bon Appetite, August 2001.

  • Nutrition Tip

    Fresh or frozen berries contain many important nutrients and are also one of the best sources of antioxidants. Antioxidants are nutrients, including vitamin A/beta-carotene, vitamin C, vitamin E, and selenium, that help protect the body's healthy cells from damage by free radicals.

    Strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, and cranberries are great sources of antioxidants, and can be included in this smoothie recipe to add beneficial berries to your diet.

  • Nutrition resources

    fresh fruit and vegetables

    Nutrition Services

    Our nutrition experts help patients follow a healthy diet during and after cancer treatment.

    Cowboy Cavier recipe

    Delicious and Nutritious Recipes

    Our recipes are developed by Dana-Farber's staff of registered and board-certified dieticians. They feature a varied selection of dishes – including a few sweet treats you don't need to feel guilty about.

    Dana-Farber Nutrition App logo

    Free Nutrition App

    Download Dana-Farber's free Ask the Nutritionist: Recipes for Fighting Cancer app that provides recipes and nutrition information that can be searched by cancer patients and others in accordance with their needs.

  • Recipes
  • mixed-berry-smoothie-nutrition-facts