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Peach & Cantaloupe Juice

Alison Murray Dairy-free, Drinks, Gluten-free, Nut-free, Paleo, Raw, Recipes, Resources, Vegan, Vegetarian, Wholefood Blender Party 14 Comments

Yep it’s a new name – Smoothie Of The Week is now the Weekend Wholefood Blender Party! Everything else is the same, this blog party is your weekly source of delicious smoothies, juices, teas, ferments and any other home-made beverages that tickle your fancy!

The motto of the Weekend Wholefood Blender Party is “We drink real food!”. It’s like a Tupperware party for healthy foodies except the only thing we’re trying to sell you is the desire to make the most nutritious and amazing drinks on the planet!

Feel free to post your real drink recipes, share wellness advice, find new blogs and meet new people. I’ll be posting a recipe weekly as well, pinning all the linked posts to the Blender Party Pinterest board and selecting 3 entries to highlight from the previous week’s post.

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  1. This link party will start at 12pm Sundays and end at 8pm Thursdays (AEST).
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Ally’s Party Favour: Peach & Cantaloupe Juice

Peach & Cantaloupe Juice | Om Nom Ally

My Optimum 400 juicer arrived late last week and I seem to have suddenly switched off from smoothie-mode! This juice combines delectable stone fruit and summer melon with vitamin A and E rich carrots and orange. Drink it straight or dilute with spring water, water kefir or kombucha.

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Recipe type: Juicing, Beverages
Cuisine: Dairy-free, Egg-free, Gluten-free, Grain-free, Nut-free, Soy-free, Wheat-free, Vegan, Raw.
Serves: 2
Ingredients
  • 2 large peaches, pitted
  • ¼ medium cantaloupe, chopped
  • 2 medium carrots
  • 1 orange, peeled
Instructions
  1. Feed all ingredients into juicer (I use and recommend the Optimum 400 slow juicer).
  2. Serve straight or mix 50/50 with water, water kefir or kombucha.

 

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      Alison Murray

      My pleasure Lorraine, thank you for linking up 😀 I love your blog and hope you’ll link up again in the future! I’ll be promoting your fab recipe on social media tomorrow too 🙂

  1. Annie @ Montana Homesteader

    What a great idea for a link up! I’ve added you to my weekly link-up list and can’t wait to see all the other posts shared. Thanks for hosting!

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      Alison Murray

      Thanks for the comment Annie. It’s my pleasure to host as you all have such fabulous blogs to share! Have a great week and thanks for joining in the Weekend Wholefood Blender Party!

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      Alison Murray

      My pleasure Christine, thanks for linking up and making my day! I love your post, there’s nothing better than tea made with home grown herbs 🙂
      I hope you’ll link up again in the future, have a great week!

    1. Alison Murray

      Thanks for linking up Alex, and I’m glad you love the new name – I do too! I’m going to have to find a way to make your smoothie without persimmons, it looks so amazing but we just never get persimmons here 🙁

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      Alison Murray

      Thanks Kari 🙂 and thanks for linking up this week. I’m looking through your recent 2014 posts I had missed recently and these smoothies and your sweet potato ice cream are making me salivate with hunger 😀

  2. Deborah Davis

    Wow! What a fun link up idea!
    I love smoothies and I love to try new combinations so it is such fun to hop around here.
    Today I shared “”How to Avoid Carrageenan & Make Your Own Organic Hemp Milk”–in my trusty Vitamix, of course.
    Thanks for hosting this!
    All the best,
    Deb

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      Alison Murray

      Thank you for sharing, there’s nothing I hate more than the additives in store-bought non-dairy alternatives and you’ve given me great reason to try something other than home-made almond milk 😀
      Have a great week!

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