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Mango Strawberry Mocktails


M is for Mango Strawberry Mocktail!

This year I'm participating in a bi weekly challenge with some blogging friends to post recipes using all of the letters in the alphabet.  It can feature a food that begins with the letter of the week or the recipe name can contain the week's letter.


For this week's letter M I did some freezer diving and pulled out my stash of frozen mango. Today's the first day of at least four that will be in the 90s so I thought a frozen drink would be lovely.

It's strawberry season here and I'd diced up a bunch for another recipe but didn't end up using them all. I added them to the blender with some honey, orange juice and ice and processed them til they were slushy.

I divided it between 2 glasses and then gave the blender a quick rinse and dry.  You can definitely just do it all together in one go but I really wanted the colors to sort of marble together.

I repeated the process but omitting the ice cubes because the mango was already frozen.

I gently poured the mango mixture on top of the strawberry mixture in the glasses.  It didn't quite give me the contrast I wanted, but it was still pretty.

I then topped the glasses with a few extra pieces of mango and strawberry. These are super easy to adapt. If you'd like to make them more breakfast-y and smoothie-like, then you can add a frozen banana and some plain Greek yogurt.

If you aren't in a mocktail mood, then throw in some of your favorite rum or vodka, adding a few more ice cubes if necessary to keep it slushy.

Thank you again to Wendy for hosting the 2024 Alphabet Challenge and to the other bloggers for sharing their recipes this week! Check them out using the links down below!

Mango Strawberry Mocktails

Mango Strawberry Mocktails
Author: Jolene's Recipe Journal


  • 1 1/2 cups diced strawberries
  • 2 teaspoons honey, maple syrup or agave
  • 2- 4 Tablespoons orange juice
  • 5 to 6 ice cubes (omit if your berries are frozen)
  • 1 1/2 cups frozen mango cubes
  • 2 teaspoons honey, maple syrup or agave
  • 2- 4 Tablespoons orange juice


  1. Per your blender's instructions, layer in the berries, orange juice, sweetener and ice. Pulse or use the smoothie setting until slushy. Divide between two glasses.
  2. Rinse the blender and dry it. Repeat for frozen mango, adding orange juice and sweetener. Gently pour the mango mixture over the strawberry mixture. Garnish with additional strawberry and mango pieces, if desired.


To make it more smoothie-like, add a frozen banana and 6oz plain Greek Yogurt

To make it not a mocktail, add your favorite rum or vodka.

Mango, strawberry
Mocktails, beverages,





I'll take mine with a shot of rum please...just have my cabana boy deliver it to the pool LOL.
Stacy Rushton said…
Your lovely mocktail reminds me of a tequila sunrise, Jolene! So pretty and refreshing.
It looks perfectly wonderful! I would totally love this. Looks like a Hawaiian Lava flow cocktail, but I like yours better because of the mango!
Karen said…
I think I'll take mine with some tequila! I have a fresh mango on hand just looking for a recipe! Cheers!
Camilla Mann said…
Those look SO summery. I just need a pool! I think I would add a splash of something to make them a cocktail. Cheers.
Mayuri's Jikoni said…
I often make mango and strawberry smoothie and serve it in layers for that pretty look. Now I will be trying out this mocktail as soon as I get back home. Just the right drink during the hot season.
This is one "M" recipe I can't wait to try...with a wee bit of rum, of course!!!
Radha said…
Love the colors of this pretty drink. I could drink this everyday.
Lisa said…
I have frozen mangos that I am going to use to make this delicious drink!

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