Homemade Apple pie juice drink with recipe.
I know it might sound a little odd, but yes there really is an apple pie drink and it tastes great. Granted it's not as easy as some drinks to make and you drink it warm, however if you're looking for something slightly different, that is a great alternative to a hot caffeine drink in the evening, then this is definitely the drink for you.
It's also not as naughty as it sounds, as although it does contain sugar, it is also packed with fruit and we all know that can only be a good thing.
I will also state it's nutritional value too, as not only does it contain apples this recipe has a bit of a twist. As you can also add blackcurrants and blueberries too, and you can then get an idea of some of it's health benefits as well.
I hope you enjoy it as much as I do and I would love to hear what you have to say about it, even if it's just ugh! That sounds weird.
- 3 cooking apples, peeled, cored and chopped.
- 3 golden delicious apples, peeled, cored and chopped.
- A hand full of blackcurrents, washed.
- A hand full blueberries,, washed.
- half a cup of plain flour.
- 2 pints of fresh orange juice, pith free.
- 50 grams demerara sugar.
- 50 grams butter, unsalted.
- 4 tea spoons of Cinnamon.
- Place the chopped cooking apples in a sauce pan with the orange juice and simmer for 20 minutes.
- Meanwhile mix the flour, sugar, cinnamon and butter together until you get flakes of roughly mixed pastry. Spread them evenly on a baking tray and put in the oven on the highest heat for 15 minutes or until golden and crunchy.
- As the other ingreadients are baking and simmering, juice the remaining ingreadients, until they are liquidized.
- When the cooking apples are soft take them off the heat, add to the other fruit that has been liquidized and mix together.
- Finally add the crunchy rough, baked pastry peices on the top and drink warm.
What nutritional value does it have?
- Vitamin B1.
- Vitamin B2.
- Vitamin B3.
- Vitamin C.
- Vitamin E.
- Vitamin K.
- Folic acid.
OK, but what does that all mean?
The vitamins and nutrients from the fruit are good for skin, hair bones and teeth.
They have properties that fight free radicals and help with cell growth as well as cell production.
Elements are good for your heart, metabolism and immune system.
Oh and did I mention that the drink is yummy?
Just one more thing....
In case you were thinking that warm orange juice doesn't actually sound very appealing, it's a lot better tasting then you would initially imagine it to be.
I hope you enjoy apple pie drink and please do rate it and let me know your thoughts.
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