1 Kiwi fruit
½ cup pineapple
¼ cup water
Remove the skin from the kiwi fruit, pineapple and lemon and chop into chunks.
Use your blender to keep the fibre in this juice(as pictured) or a juicer for a more liquid juice.
Process and pour into iceblock molds.
Freeze and enjoy.
I’m always up for a good nutrition packed smoothie or juice, especially when we are hitting Spring time and the ‘detox season’ after winter’s dietary sins.
This one has a great zing and is a little on the earthy side.
Perhaps it should be classed more like a ‘roughy’ instead of a smoothie when it comes to consistency but none the less it packs a great therapeutic punch with it’s high antioxidants, fibre and enzymes as well as circulatory and anti-inflammatory properties.
3/4 cup Pineapple
1 cup Strawberries
½ cup Kale leaves
1 tsp Ginger grated
¼ cup Water
Remove the strawberry tops and chop the pineapple into pieces.
Remove the kale leaves from the stems.
Grate the ginger.
Combine the above ingredients with water and blitz.
A healthy, simple and attractive snack for kids and adults.
These are always first to go at the snack table when we have little visitors. Give your kids real colours and flavours full of nutritional value. Kids love the rainbow colours and eating them off the stick. These fruit kebabs are a great alternative to other brightly coloured sweet snacks available.
Your children will love to help you make these up or you can have them ready for an after school snack or a party.
Red and Green Grapes
* You will need bamboo skewers.
Cut the rockmelon and pineapple into bite size pieces and rinse the grapes and berries and pat dry.
Thread a red grape onto the skewer, then the blueberry, green grape, pineapple and lastly the rockmelon.