Posts Tagged ‘oranges’

The Blood Orange – Many Health Benefits

Blood Orange

The Blood Orange is a wonderfully sweet and beautifully colored citrus fruit. It is smaller than other types of oranges, with a reddish blush skin. The inside flesh is maroon or even dark red. Along with their beautiful red color, they have a perceptible and delicious raspberry taste to their flavor. Blood Oranges may have…

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No Sugar Added Orange Marmalade with Wine

Orange Marmalade

This No Sugar Added Orange Marmalade is bursting with fresh orange taste with a delicious accent of wine without loads of sugar used in most marmalade recipes. Most traditional marmalade recipes call for equal amounts of sugar to the fruit and to be boiled for 30 minutes or so to gel. Since we are adding agave syrup…

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Grapefruit Sorbet – A Refreshing Creamy Frozen Treat

Grapefruit Sorbet

This Grapefruit Sorbet is a refreshing creamy frozen treat made without added sugar or dairy. And you don’t need an ice cream freezer to make it thanks to the emulsification provided by the egg whites and gelatin. This Grapefruit Sorbet recipe uses both Ruby Red grapefruit and oranges for a tart-sweet dose of vitamin C,…

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Orange Cranberry Salad – With Tea Infused Dressing

Orange Cranberry Salad

This Orange Cranberry Salad is simple but bursting with flavor, especially with the Tea Infused Dressing. Salad dressing and soups are two things I cannot understand buying in the store. They are both so easy to make yourself and so much better. This orange cranberry salad dressing takes five extra minutes to boil a little…

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Ambrosia Parfaits – Healthy and No Sugar Added

Healthy No Sugar Added Ambrosia Parfaits
Healthy No Sugar Added Ambrosia Parfaits , photo by Audrey Humaciu, Editor in Chef at That Recipe

The Ambrosia Parfaits (& Salad) of my youth was a concoction of canned fruit cocktail, coconut, and marshmallows covered in whipped topping. This version is just as delicious but so much healthier. The amounts below are approximate. You can add grapes, pineapple chunks, sliced strawberries, etc. depending on what is in season. Mix it as…

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Cucumber Orange Grapefruit Juice – A Nutrient Bomb

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This Cucumber Orange Grapefruit Juice is a fantastically refreshing nutrient bomb! Peel the grapefruit and orange, then cut the cucumber into long slices, and juice together. Grapefruit juice is a nutrient bomb and supplement to a healthy diet. Grapefruit provides a dense concentration of nutrients. Furthermore, the much-ignored grapefruit is jammed with vitamin A, vitamin C,…

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Almond Mayo – An Alternative to Unhealthy Fats

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Our Almond Mayo recipe brings you wonderful flavor without the negatives associated with store-bought mayonnaise. Use this to top your vegetables as well as a spread. Go nuts and eat your heart out! Raw almonds contain unsaturated fats, Omega-3 fatty acids, fiber, vitamin E, plant sterols (can lower cholesterol), L-arginine (promotes healthy arteries). So yes,…

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Melon Orange Carrot Juice – Provides Many Health Benefits

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Whip up a pitcher of this amazing Melon Orange Carrot Juice for your family. They’ll love it with our Kicking Veggie Frittata and a No Sugar Parfait. Melon juice provides us with some important health benefits: Drinking it regularly can lower our risk of various types of cancer and heart disease. It’s also helpful when…

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Sunrise Mix Juice – A Full Sweet Potato Meal

sunrise mix juice

The ingredients in this Sunrise Mix Juice make for a full meal. Try it early, afternoon or in the evening. Sweet potatoes, sometimes called yams, are excellent sources of plant proteins with meager calories. Sweet potatoes (not related to white potatoes), or sometimes called yams, contain high amounts of carotene. Also, vitamin A in a…

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