Spicy Peachy Cream Thirst Quencher Recipe

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“Nutrition is so important. It can’t be stressed enough.”

– Dwayne Johnson

Each recipe makes enough for two portions unless otherwise stated. “Juice” means to put it into an electric juicer. “Squeeze” means to extras its juice by squeezing on a citrus press. The juices are best served fresh, but if you need to transport to prevent

Equipment Needed

  • Juice extractor
  • Citrus press
  • Blender


This recipe could be considered a dessert option mixing Easter spices, fresh peaches and creamy yogurt.  

  • 4 cardamom pods 
  • 2 cinnamon sticks
  • 1 cup water
  • 3 peaches, frozen in chunks
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 3 tablespoons live/active yogurt 
  • 3-5 ice cubes

Bring the water, cardamon, and cinnamon to a boil and leave to simmer for at least five minutes.  Strain and leave to cool.  Meanwhile mix the peaches, vanilla and yogurt in a blender and gradually add the spice tea.  Top with ice cubes and sip slowly through a straw.  

We have additional healthy fruit juice, vegetable juice, smoothies and thirst quencher recipes for you to incorporate into your daily meals.

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Medical Disclaimer: You should also see your doctor and/or nutritionist if you think you may be deficient in specific nutritional vitamins. They can help determine what’s causing your symptoms and, if needed, recommend ways to balance your daily vitamin intake.

Source: SAVONA, N., 101 Fantastic Juices and Smoothies. San Diego, CA: Thunder Bay Press.