Peach-papaya-grapefruit juice

By 7/16/2018 , , , ,


My peachy food drink is on the spotlight today, I call it food drink because it is packed with vitamins and minerals and it is concentrated enough to keep you full for a long time due to its pulpy consistency, it is thick and rich and full of a lot of nourishing goodness.

I actually went shopping for peaches to make desserts, then I stumbled on papayas and grapefruits, I didn’t have any intentions of making juice out of all of these fruits until I got home. I have a fruit bowl in my kitchen so for me, filling it up with a variety of fruits for my family is what drives me. So if you call this juice a mariellasmenu inspiration, you wouldn’t be far from the truth. I love fresh fruits and I try as much as possible to have them readily available for my family at all times. The fresher the fruits are; the sweeter, the juicier, the better!

Peaches; as luscious as they are, are a member of the drupe or stone fruit family like mangoes and plums. These fleshy fruits are indigenous to China and south Asia but are also grown in Spain, Greece, the United States and Italy and according to foodfacts.mercola.com, peaches contains an assortments of vitamins and minerals such as vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin K, potassium, sodium, niacin, copper, calcium, magnesium, iron lycopene and lutein just to mention a few. Together, these vitamins and minerals help regulate heart rate and fight heart diseases, lower blood pressure and prevent indigestion, prevents muscular degeneration and aging . So the next time you are up and about and peaches are close by, please put some in your shopping basket so your family can begin enjoy all these benefits.

Let’s make juice!

Ingredients
1) Peaches 400g or 6 peaches

2) 1 grapefruit

3) 1 small sized papaya

4) 3 table spoons honey


Directions
1) Wash the fruits thoroughly.

2) Cut the peaches and papaya in halves and remove the seeds at the center

3) Peel the papaya and cut into small chunks.

4) Blend the peaches and papaya together and sieve into a clean jug, set aside.

5) Now cut the grape fruit in half and extract the juice with a manual juicer, mix the 3 table spoons honey with the grapefruit juice, and pour this mixture into the peach and papaya blend.








Cooks tip: the addition of the grapefruit and honey gives this juice a slightly tangy, yet mellow vibe that sits well at the palates, your family will love this juice!

6) Serve chilled and the rest is history!




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