- Blend your own fruity concoctions with smoothie makers from the Kenwood Store.
Juice Master Keeping It Simple: Over 100 Delicious Juices and Smoothies Paperback – 2 Apr 2007
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From the Publisher
Exclusive Amazon Chocwork Orange Recipe
Freshly extracted orange and apple juice, fairtrade dark chocolate and
low-fat live yogurt all blended together over crushed ice and topped with
Well, this recipe is a 'little bit naughty' as it includes a bit of
chocolate. However, those who have read my Chocolate Busters book will be
more than aware of what I think of mass-market chocolate so I urge you to
stick to the exact recipe, meaning more than anything the right kind of
fairtrade dark chocolate. This is an extremely rich smoothie and one to
have only now and then. This really is a little bit naughty ... but OH SO
1 large orange (peeled but with the white pith kept on)
1 apple (Golden Delicious or Royal Gala are best)
20g chocolate (fairtrade, 70-80% cocoa solids)
200g low-fat live yogurt
1 small pinch fresh mint (optional)
4 ice cubes
Juice the oranges and apple, add to your blender along with the chocolate,
yogurt and ice. Blend all until smooth. Chop the mint finely and sprinkle
on the smoothie once poured.
Please note: Depending on your blender the chocolate may not blend fully
with short blending and it may take a little extra time. The worst thing
that can happen is you have chunks of chocolate in your smoothie - hey ho!
Look what's in it!
Vitamins A, B1, B2, B6 and C, beta-carotene, calcium, iron, folic acid,
magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sulpher, natural sugars, amino acids,
anti-oxidants and friendly bacteria.
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Top Customer Reviews
There's a section for the kids, a naughty section and a three day detox plan. In the back is a section with all the fruits and vegetables set out giving you all the facts about each one, nutrients, vitamins and juice or smoothy.
Some of the drinks you need a blender as well as a juicer as fruits that are stachy like mango,avacado and bananas cannot be juiced they need to go in a blender and if adding ice you need a blender.
All the drinks that I've made so far have tasted fresh and easy on the palet.Once you get into the habit it is really enjoyable to do. I myself am working through the healthy options and I also make juices for my son to go alongside his time at the gym.
I am in a bit of a routine now, I decide what I'm going to try the night before and then in the morning I get juicer and blender at the ready ,get all my ingredients ready and off I go.I keep both juicer and blender out on the worktop so that they don't get forgotten about in the back of a cupboard.
Apart from enjoying making them I like the fact that I'm giving my son at least all the five a day we all need, and giving the grandchildren a healthy drink also, a great way to get fruit and veg into the kids, they all like smoothies.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not quite sure what the point of this book is apart from to make you wonder who the heck actually lives off juice. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sam W.
I have had this book less than 2 weeks and have already made 14 of the recipes!Published 2 months ago by brizzlestar