Healthy Living Thirsty Thursday: {Peach Pie Juice}

So as I mentioned in last week's juice recipe round-up post, I am launching a new thing on the blog called "Healthy Living Thirsty Thursday."  No longer is Thirsty Thursday set aside for college males to down as much cheap beer as humanly possible.  No.  It is being redeemed by the healthy living community!  I will share a new juice, smoothie, or cocktail recipe each Thursday from this day forward :)  And hopefully, I will get some other bloggers on board and excited about the idea too, so we can have one big link-up party each week at the bottom of this post!

I even created a little logo:

And a hashtag for Twitter: #hltt  (!!!)

So for this week's Healthy Living Thirsty Thursday, I am excited to bring to you an amazingly sweet, healthy, vitamin-rich juice that I'm calling {Peach Pie Juice}.  It seriously does taste like eating pie, and I'm not just saying that because I haven't had pie in a few months!!

The ingredients:

I had been thinking of a sweet potato based juice all week, and then I saw these glorious peaches at the store calling my name.  Oh, and the cute straws called my name too!!

Then I couldn't get pie out of my head; so I went with it and indulged in the extra creaminess of this particular combo of fruits/veggies and topped it with sprinkled cinnamon!

Chocked full of Vitamins A & E, this juice is nutrient-rich whilst feeling like a decadent treat!  Oh, and it's Dear Hubby approved, liked, and finished!!

Questions:

  • Any fruit/veggie you'd like to see featured in next week's drink?
  • Bloggers, anyone interested in joining in next week for Healthy Living Thirsty Thursday?

{Peach Pie Juice}

Description

A creamy sweet juice made from sweet potaotes, peaches, and apples. | No Sugar Sweet Life

Ingredients

3  
Large Sweet Potatoes (peeled)
4  
Ripe Peaches (pitted)
2  
Golden Delicious Apples (cored)
1 dash
Cinnamon

Instructions

  1. Juice in a juicer.
  2. Pour into a glass over ice.
  3. Sprinkle cinnamon on top.
  4. Enter peach pie bliss. :)

 

Yields 40 Ounces