There’s something really refreshing about simple straightforward things! You know, the stuff that just works without needing all the fanfare. We love straightforward talk, straight forward advice and straightforward healthy food and that’s why, today, we bring you one of the simplest, tastiest and most satisfying juices there is…
Apple and Kiwi
What about this for a fantastic simple and tasty juice? This beautifully tasty Juice combination is packed with goodness and also helps defeat Arthritis! Apple and Kiwi can be enjoyed at any time of the day or night and it won’t cost the earth.
- 4 large Apples
- 4 Kiwi fruits
Prep: 5min › Juice: 5min› Ready in: 10min
- Cut the ends off of the Kiwi fruits and remove the rest of the skin with a sharp knife.
- Take out your Apples and peel them
- Cut away the Apple to remove the core, we don’t need the core
- Juice your Apples and your Kiwis alternately, starting with Apple
- Pour and Enjoy!
How much does it cost?
I think this is pretty good value as a basic juice, we bought a bag of Organic Apples that were decent value at £2 for 7, the kiwis again came in packet of 6 and cost just £1 from our local supermarket
If you split the cost of the fruit equally it comes to roughly £1.80 for the juice and it made enough for 4 of the glasses that you see in the image below, Wade and I are greedy though so we drank 2 each. At 45p a glass I reckon it’s decent value.
In total the juice yield was around 550ml
The health benefits of Apple and Kiwi
You’ll note that the Apples we used were organic but I peeled them just the sameas they had come from the local supermarket and had been packed in a plastic bag. A simple rinse under the tap would probably of sufficed but I like to be as sure as I can that the only thing going into the juice is the natural fruit
Apples are a rich source of Vitamin C, phyto-nutrients and bioflavinoids, apples are also rich in beta-carotine, which we need for healthy skin, eyes, and for a healthy immune system. Apple juice also helps with nutrient synthesis and metabolism because it contains B-complex vitamins like riboflavin, thiamin and pyridoxine.
Kiwi’s are one of our favorite fruits, not only are they easy to use, they keep for a long time and they have a delicious tangy flavour. Not only are they tasty, they happen to contain a fantastic array of beneficial vitamins and minerals including high levels of Vitamin C, K and E
It’s easy to get the produce you need, it’s easy to make, it’s easy to drink at any time of the day and it tastes absolutely divine.
Apple and Kiwi possibly the tastiest juice out there