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Pineapple Watermelon Mango Juice

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I love when the weather starts to become warmer because that means summer and tropical fruits will be in season.  It’s always so fun experimenting with fruit combinations for juices and smoothies.  Today I’ve made a sweet nectar drink that you can make for family picnics or parties by the pool.

 

Pineapple Watermelon Mango Juice

1/2 of a pineapple
1/2 of a mini watermelon
1 mango
1 cup filtered water

Core and cut pineapple in half, then into chunks that will fit through your juicer chute.   Cut watermelon in half.  Cut the green outer rind away, then cut watermelon into large chunks.  Peel mango and cut into slices. Discard inner core/pit.  Push all ingredients through juicer.  Add one cup cold filtered water.  Chill for at least 30 minutes, then serve over ice.  Makes 4 cups.

 

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  1. Here in the Caribbean we have a way of using up everything. Take that recipe a notch higher. This will require some more time though. Substitute the filtered or use the filtered water in this way.

    Plan ahead by washing the pineapple carefully. Peel the pineapple and keep the peel. Slice and store the pineapple. Put about 2 – 3 cups of water in a pot to boil with pineapple peel added. (Optional: Add a piece of crushed ginger. Add 4 – 6 seeds of clover or dried pimento.)

    Turn off the flame as the pot starts to boil. Allow to steep and leave until totally cool. When thoroughly cool strain off the liquid and substitute it for the filter water in this at the top of the page. The pineapple peel has a super flavor and that is a way to extract it.

    Your juice is going to taste even more exceptional. The pineapple peel juice can be added to any other fruit or veggie juice. Or it can be sweetened and chilled for a really refreshing drink.

    You are gonna love it!!!!

  2. it looks so jummy…i cant wait to do this my house..
    Its good for this seasons…yummy…

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