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HEALTHY TROPICAL BLEND: FRESH ORANGE PINEAPPLE JUICE

November 13, 2017
HEALTHY TROPICAL BLEND: FRESH ORANGE PINEAPPLE JUICE

This Orange and Pineapple Juice is very easy and quick to prepare for those with a blender or juice extractor. Not only that, it is the perfect healthy tropical blend for you.

Been quite a while I have been procrastinating on putting a food-related post. Hold on! Don’t judge me yet as I am very much aware that I wrote about tips to fixing ones mindset in accommodating procrastination.

Although I know that the excuse for not having the right equipment’s could be seen as unnecessary. Not to worry, I eventually decided to get on with my plan, hence, gave birth to this post.

So during Ramadan, Haneefah Adam shared a video of homemade fruit blend. And ever since then; I pretty much had the intention of trying out the recipe she shared.

As such, today is all about the healthy tropical blend as I call it; Orange and Pineapple Juice to be exact. This is a very simple, less stressful and easy recipe especially if you have a juicer at home. Not to worry though, a blender works absolutely well either. Thus, if you are still contemplating on what to have after work; this will be a great idea.

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Shedding more light into the taste, I added a small clove of ginger and little honey to my juice. We absolutely love ginger in my family especially my mum and dad. Plus it is extremely nutritious for the body – so why not!

Even at that, it still tasted so fresh, tropical, sweet, and a little sour with the orange. It wasn’t too intense though, just the right amount of the infusion between sweet and sour.

The preparation wasn’t even that stressful. From peeling the outer layer of the oranges, pineapple, and ginger. Then, I had to slice it roughly into thin layers so that the blending process will be smooth. Please be careful when cutting and place it on a strong surface.

That could be termed as the hardest part of this recipe. Other than that, you just combine all ingredients together and blend on. Don’t forget to add ice cubes to get the juice chilled immediately.

All in all, the whole process took under 10 minutes to have a fresh, tropical glass of fruit juice. Serve immediately!

HEALTHY TROPICAL BLEND: FRESH ORANGE PINEAPPLE JUICE

HEALTHY TROPICAL BLEND: FRESH ORANGE PINEAPPLE JUICE

HEALTHY TROPICAL BLEND: FRESH ORANGE PINEAPPLE JUICE

HEALTHY TROPICAL BLEND: FRESH ORANGE PINEAPPLE JUICE

HEALTHY TROPICAL BLEND: FRESH ORANGE PINEAPPLE JUICE

HEALTHY TROPICAL BLEND: FRESH ORANGE PINEAPPLE JUICEHEALTHY TROPICAL BLEND: FRESH ORANGE PINEAPPLE JUICE

Love, Sekinat Sanni.

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HEALTHY TROPICAL BLEND: FRESH ORANGE PINEAPPLE JUICE
This Orange and Pineapple Juice is very easy and quick to prepare for those with a blender or juice extractor. Not only that, it is the perfect healthy tropical blend for you.
HEALTHY TROPICAL BLEND: FRESH ORANGE PINEAPPLE JUICE
Prep Time 5 Minutes
Cook Time 10 Minutes
Servings
People
Ingredients
Prep Time 5 Minutes
Cook Time 10 Minutes
Servings
People
Ingredients
HEALTHY TROPICAL BLEND: FRESH ORANGE PINEAPPLE JUICE
Instructions
  1. Peel the outside layer of the pineapple, oranges, and ginger.
  2. Roughly slice them into thin layers to enable smooth blending process.
  3. Place all the ingredients in a blender, add the ice cubes and blend until smooth and bubbling.
  4. Pour out the blend into a sieve and use your spoon to stir in a circular motion to get the juice out.
  5. Serve immediately.
Recipe Notes

You can definitely reduce the amount of honey in this recipe or substitute with sugar if need be. However, I wanted a natural blend, hence the choices selected.

For those that don't like the taste of ginger, be free to exclude that. And, if you want a creamier juice, then add any milk of your choice.

Lastly, I divided the ingredients generously as it was blended in 2 batches. This was just because I wanted to get out as much juice as possible.

 

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1 Comment

  • Reply Khadija November 17, 2017 at 9:36 am

    Looks SO yummy and I bet it tastes yummy too! Thank you for sharing! <3
    https://octoberslallu.blogspot.qa

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