The ladies of The Real have been drinking…. juice that is!
If you don’t have time to eat your daily servings of fruits and veggies, juicing can be a quick, tasty fix. Not only is this portable health routine easy, but it can also help solve some of your everyday problems. Check out which juice your favorite The Real host likes to drink!
Miss Jennai Mai loves to have flawless skin. Here is her Coconut cream juice for dry skin recipe below;
2 cups unsweetened, dried coconut
3 cups hot water
Flavorings and sweeteners, if desired
1. Set up your workspace by placing a colander in a large bowl. Cover the colander with a piece of cheesecloth or a thin kitchen towel (like the flour sack kind).
2. Blend the coconut and hot water for 2-3 minutes or until throughly processed. Pour the mixture into the kitchen towel, twist up, and squeeze as much milk as you can from the towel.
3. Put remaining coconut back into the blender with 1 cup of hot water. Process again, and squeeze more milk out. If you do this a third time, your coconut milk may be very thin. Add sweeteners and flavorings if you like.
4. Store in an airtight jar and refrigerate. Fresh coconut milk doesn’t have the shelf life of regular milk, so use it up in 4-5 days. After sitting in the fridge, the “cream” will begin to separate from the milk. Just shake it up to blend it back together before you use it.
Note: If you’d like to use this as a beverage, thin it out 1:1 with water or until it suits your taste.
2 cups diced seedless watermelon
A handful of fresh mint leaves
1. Slice up watermelon into cubes
2. Add mint and lemon juice in a blender
3. Blend to until smooth puree
15 fresh and ripe red cherries, blueberries and raspberries
4 Ice Cubes
1. Rinse cherries and raspberry, blueberries, apple. Remove seeds of cherries.
2. Blend fruits in blender until smooth puree.
3. Strain puree through sieve, collect juice in bowl
4. In serving glasses fill them up with fruitful and natural juice of red cherry.
2 cups rice milk
1 teaspoon ground turmeric
1 cinnamon stick or 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
grated or dried ginger
star of anise
1. Simply pour all ingredients into a small saucepan and bring to a light boil, reduce heat and drink warm.
2. You may also consume this chilled, but warm is best.
3. Strain if you have large pieces of ginger, cinnamon, peppercorns, etc.
What’s your fave juice blend?