Peachy Keen Peach Juice!
Get an idea what you can do with Peach Juice
Peach juice is one of the most startling experiences you can give your taste buds. It doesn’t matter if you make the juice from concentrate or from the fruits directly, although the concentrate juice might lack the pulpy texture that fruit will give you. Making peach juice ties in directly with making amazing healthy drinks that you can serve along with food for brunches, lunches, or just as a light pick me up in hot afternoons. Peach juice is where it’s at!
Peach Juice Recipe
To make half a pitcher of peach juice, take 6 large ripe peaches. The peaches should be just soft to touch and should be fragrant, a sure sign of a ripe peach. Firm, green or unripe peaches make bitter juice, so make sure you don’t use those. Peel the peaches after washing them and remove the pits. Cut them into large chunks and put them in the blender along with 2 cups of cold water or crushed ice.
If you want to make the juice more tart, add 1-2 tsp lemon juice or lime juice, and 1-2 tbsp white sugar, to counter the slightly sour kick. Blend, pour into a tall glass, and serve chilled. You can make a garnish with peach cubes on the glass rim, or a toothpick with peach cubes on it on the edge of the glass.
If you feel like making a mixed drink or a punchy drink, you can use peach juice from concentrate too. This is especially useful if peaches are not in season, but if you feel like having a tropical blast, concentrate juice is your answer.
Peach Concentrate Juice
Take one cup of peach concentrate juice, and combine in the blender with one cup ripe mango, cubed, and one cup fresh or frozen strawberries, hulled and halved. Blitz in the juicer for a few minutes till it gets a good consistency. If you want to make it thinner, add a cup of crushed ice or cold water. Pour into a wide bottom glass and cover the top with pieces of the same fruits. Serve and enjoy! And of course, follow up by sitting there gathering compliments!