This homemade Tropical Fruit Juice is the perfect way to create your own little island getaway juice in the comfort of your own home. This tropical juice recipe uses fresh fruit to create a juice that is both delicious and highly nutritious. It is guaranteed to be a hit at all your summer parties.
There is nothing better than delicious homemade juice on a hot summer day, especially when it's as fun and delicious as this tropical fruit juice. This juice recipe is the perfect option for everyone, especially anyone struggling to eat healthier because it tastes like candy and it's packed full of vitamin C and other essential nutrients.
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- Tropical Fruit Juice Ingredients:
- How To Make This Fruit Juice Drink:
- Tropical Fruit Juice Variations:
- What You Need To Make This Homemade Tropical Fruit Punch Juice:
- How To Store Cold-Pressed Juice:
- Top Tip:
- Frequently Asked Questions:
- Related Cold-Pressed Juice Recipes:
- Cold Pressed Tropical Fruit Punch Juice
- Food Safety:
- More Tropical Treats:
Tropical Fruit Juice Ingredients:
I love this recipe because it is a delicious combination of tropical fruit juices that come from fresh fruit you can find at your local grocery store. You can also order organic Florida-grown tropical fruits from Fruit Hunters (use "NATURALVEGAN" for a discount)!
- Fresh Pineapple - The fresh pineapple juice is what gives this tropical drink volume. I love juicing pineapple because it's super sweet, affordable, and makes a ton of juice. Pineapple is also a great source of vitamin C, manganese, and natural digestive enzymes!
- Fresh Mango - Another one of my favorite fruits to juice is mango. Mango adds just the right amount of sweetness and flavor to this juice blend. Like pineapple mangos are a great source of vitamin C as well as copper and folate. Mangos may also aid in heart health and cancer prevention.
- Fresh Passion Fruit - I always struggle with finding ways to eat passion fruit because it's such an odd fruit. This recipe is the perfect way to enjoy fresh passion fruit juice! If you can't get your hands on fresh passion fruit you can use the frozen cubes, they are available at most grocery stores. Passion fruit is high in vitamin A, polyphenols, and carotenoids.
- Pink Dragon Fruit - This is what gives this tropical fruit punch the beautiful vibrant pink color. Pink Dragon fruit does not have the strongest natural flavor, however, it is a great way to add beautiful color to this juice. It is also a great source of magnesium and iron and it may help fight chronic disease and improve digestion.
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How To Make This Fruit Juice Drink:
This tropical fruit juice is extremely easy to make thanks to the Kuving's REVOO830! It's never been easier to make fresh juices and enjoy the delicious taste of tropical fruits!
1. Begin by removing the skin from the pineapple and cutting it into large chunks. Cut the sides of the mango off and scoop out the flesh. Cut away any fruit from the seed as well. Cut the dragon fruit in half and scoop out the fruit, and lastly cut the passion fruit in half.
2. Turn the juicer on and begin adding the fruits. Alternating between them. Squeeze or scoop the passion fruit into the juicer.
3. Once all the fruit has been juiced add ice cubes to a glass and pour the juice over them. Serve and enjoy!
Hint: The ripeness of the fruit can greatly affect the natural flavors of this juice. Therefore it is important to choose ripe and fresh fruit.
There are a ton of easy substitutions that can be made to this recipe if needed.
- Orange - You can replace the pineapple or the mango with fresh orange juice. Orange juice is sweet just like pineapple juice and mango juice and it's packed full of vitamin C.
- Frozen Fruit - Depending on where you live some of the ingredients for this tropical fruit juice may be a bit difficult to find. Therefore if you can not find fresh fruit you can use frozen! This is especially handy for the pink dragon fruit and passion fruit which can be tricky to find. I recommend letting the fruit defrost for about 10-15 minutes before juicing.
- Red Papaya - This is another great option for this mixed fruit drink is papaya. Papaya is not as sweet as pineapple or mango, but it does add volume and flavor!
Tropical Fruit Juice Variations:
One thing I love about juice recipes is that there are so many fun variations to make and try from the same base recipe. Here are some of my favorite variations.
- Electrolyte Infused - You can mix this cold-pressed juice with coconut water for the perfect refreshing tropical drink. This is an excellent way to incorporate more natural electrolytes into your diet.
- Citrus - If you love that citrus flavor that is present in a lot of tropical fruit juice blends, you can add lemon juice, orange juice, and lime juice to make this juice your own.
- Pineapple Orange Mango Juice - If you prefer the simplest juices you can replace the passion fruit and dragon fruit with orange juice for a delicious and refreshing twist.
Make sure to check out my Cold Pressed Golden Mango Juice for a delicious mango juice if you love this recipe. It's perfect for those who juice drinks on the sweeter side.
What You Need To Make This Homemade Tropical Fruit Punch Juice:
The juicing machine that you use to make this tropical fruit juice can affect the way it turns out significantly. Here's what I recommend using to make this recipe:
You will need basic equipment to make this fruit juice drink like a sharp knife and cutting board as well as serving glasses. However, the most important piece of equipment is the juicer.
I use the Kuving's REVO830 Cold Pressed Slow Juicer and I recommend it to everyone. It has truly changed juicing at home for me. I rarely ever used to make homemade juices at home and now I incorporate them into my weekly routine. It's easy to use and easy to clean, and the quality of the fresh-pressed juice is unmatched. It is on the pricier side, however, it is totally worth the investment in my opinion. After all your health is one of the most important things you can invest in!
Why I Love The Kuving's REVO830?
Easy To Use:
First and foremost this juicer makes juicing at home extremely easy. The REVO830 juicer has an extra-large 3.5-inch feed chute that can fit whole fruits like apples, oranges, pears, etc. It also fits large chunks of fruits like pineapple, mango, and cucumber. This saves a ton of time on prep, reduces food waste, and ensures you are getting the most out of your ingredients.
It also has a 1.75 auto-cut chute that is designed to allow long root vegetables like carrots and celery and leafy greens like raw collard greens, beet tops, and raw kale to be inserted without any preparation. It effortlessly cuts through tough stems and firm vegetables ensuring you're getting all the nutrients from your long vegetables and leafy greens.
Easy To Clean:
The second reason I love this juicer is that it is so easy to clean. Juicers can be a real pain in the butt to clean. This is honestly the biggest reason I never was consistent about juicing before, If you're like me and dishes are your least favorite chore cleaning a juicer can be extremely tedious.
However, the REVO830 includes special brushes one of which attaches right to the strainer and brushes it clean in seconds. If you hate doing dishes like me, this is a game changer. I can clean the entire juicer in about 5 minutes.
Last, but certainly not least is the quality of the juice. The REVO830 is a cold-pressed slow juicer. This means the ingredients are never heated, and all the nutrients are preserved. This is great for making nut milks, cold-pressed juices, sorbets, and smoothies with all the attachments included! The juices keep super well when stored correctly in an airtight container in the fridge with all the nutrients and flavor preserved.
If you're interested in investing in a Kuving's Juicer, you can always use my code: "NATURALVEGAN" for 10% off (AKA $70 off the REVO830) at Kuvings.com.
How To Store Cold-Pressed Juice:
The way you store your cold-pressed juices can impact how long they last and how they taste. I recommend storing them in an airtight container like a mason jar in the fridge. Kuving's recommends storing your fresh juices for up to 72 hours, however, I have found that you can really keep them a few days longer and they will be just fine!
Feel free to adjust the amounts of sweetness to your personal preference. I always think of juice recipes as a general guide rather than a strict recipe. Make your own juice the way you will enjoy it most!
Frequently Asked Questions:
It can sometimes seem wasteful to make a juice with fresh fruit rather than eating it. Juicing removes a lot of the fiber and therefore you end up with lots of pulp. However, this is not a bad thing. If you struggle to eat fruits and vegetables juicing is a great way to easily incorporate them into your diet. There are plenty of ways to reuse the pulp! If I am making a fruity drink like this one I love mixing it into oats or yogurt.
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Cold Pressed Tropical Fruit Punch Juice
- 1 Kuvings Juicer "NATURALVEGAN" for 10% off!
- 1 pineapple
- 3-4 mangos
- 2 pink dragonfruit
- 3 passion fruit
- Begin by removing the skin from the pineapple and cutting it into large chunks. Cut the sides of the mango off and scoop out the flesh. Cut away any fruit from the seed as well. Cut the dragon fruit in half and scoop out the fruit, and lastly cut the passion fruit in half.
- Turn the juicer on and begin adding the fruits. Alternating between them. Squeeze or scoop the passion fruit into the juicer.
- Once all the fruit has been juiced add ice cubes to a glass and pour the juice over them. Serve and enjoy!
- Do not put foreign objects in the juicer.
- Do not put fruit pits or hard seeds in the juicer.
- Wash hands before handling food.
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