Sweet & Cinnamony Carrot Pineapple Kiwi Juice (3 juice recipes) + Pineapple Banana Ice Cream {4 recipes in 1 post!}

cinnamon juice
Oh, I love cinnamon. The real one, of course, not its cousin. Lately, I’ve been adding it to my juices. Cinnamon has got to be my number one favorite spice. It’s just something about cinnamon that makes me fall in love with it! I ran out of lemons and limes to add in my juices (I always add for taste and to for a natural preservative) so instead, I added cinnamon to preserve my juices! Cinnamon serves as a great, all natural preservative! So whenever you don’t have lemons or limes on hand to preserve your juices, (or anything, really) just add cinnamon if you have!
I love the way cinnamon tastes in the juice. It gives it that sweetness, too!

cinnamon powder & stick
If you follow me on Twitter, you probably saw that I had tweeted about this awesome WOW juice that I drank (recipe below). I am just telling you, if you’re a cinnamon lover (like I am) I will assure you that you will LOVE this juice recipe. I am back to juicing now, after a couple of months (or more?) of smoothies. I am happy to be back to my lovely juices; I adore them much! Juicing makes me and my cells happy, so hey – I gotta do what’s right. The 3 juice recipes that I am sharing today are pretty much similar to my other favorite juice recipe – Orange Radiant Soulshine Juice! So yummy! Give it a try! Let me know how you like it, please!
Mmm… Pure heaven {in a glass}! <3 
orange soulshine juice
Today, I am sharing with you 3 recipes; 3 juice recipes and 1
ice cream recipe. So 4 recipes total — in one post! I am sharing 1 dessert recipe with you today! ICE CREAM! The ice cream recipe I am sharing with you guys today an ice cream that I made last week. I’ve been having ice creams recently for desserts with chocolate sauce (oh, can someone say heaven?!) and I’ve really been enjoying them. Personally, I prefer my ice creams with chocolate sauce on top. It just tastes better and it makes the ice cream more enjoyable and divine! I don’t know about you, but I can’t live without my chocolate. <3 Me and chocolate will be forever and always in love! Okay, back to the ice cream recipe, shall we?
 
My newest ice cream combination that I’ve been making recently is pineapple banana ice cream. I try to switch up my ice cream flavors a bit, and I’ve been wanting to try pineapple ice cream for a while now. I finally tried it last week, and it was delicious! Although the ice cream didn’t come out as ‘ice cream’ (my bananas weren’t as ‘frozen’. *sad face* they were only frozen for 6-7 hours – not enough time. that’s why i say 24 hours of freezing your fruit before you make it into ice cream!) but overall, it was enjoyable and scoop-able! Oh well. I will have to make it again and the next time I do, I will add my famous chocolate sauce on top as a great addition! YUM! <3 But currently, this is my favorite ice cream recipe.
 
Ooh, one more thing – I got some really exciting news! I’m getting a dehydrator soon!! I am so excited! I have a
bucket load of recipes that I would love to try out for awhile now. Plus, I already brainstormed of rawesome recipes that I would love to share with you guys that are mine to post on the blog! You’ll know the day I get my dehydrator… I’ll be writing a post about it! So, stay tuned! But for now, I leave you with these 3 epic recipes; 2 juice recipes and 1 ice cream recipe! Enjoy! And Happy 4th Of July, everyone!!!! =)


cinnamon carrot pineapple kiwi juice
 
Recipe 1- Sweet Cinnamon Carrot Pineapple Kiwi Juice:
happily serves 2 (keep in mind: you can always add more or less of the ingredients listed below. these were my measurements. for everyone, it will vary.) 
 
6 organic carrots, washed 
4 pineapple slices 
6 kiwis, peeled with ends removed
5 mangerines (or tangerines), peeled
1 teaspoon of cinnamon (optional, but recommended!)
1/4 cup almond milk (optional) 
 
Wash, cut and peel as needed. Juice the carrots, pineapple, kiwis, and mangerines in your juicer. Add in the cinnamon once you have juiced everything. Be sure to mix the juice around in a glass to incorporate all the ingredients together. Pour into your fave glass, and sip away the goodness! Enjoy! 
 
wow cinnamon carrot orange sweet juice
 
Recipe 2- WOW Cinnamon Carrot Orange Sweet Juice:
serves 2-3 

6 organic carrots, washed
3 stalks of organic celery, washed
heaping handfuls of organic lettuce, washed VERY good! 
5 pineapple slices
4 kiwis, peeled
a bit of almond milk (1/4? optional)

1 teaspoon cinnamon (optional)

 
Wash, cut and peel as needed. Juice all the ingredients starting with the greens first, then juice your sweets last. Add in the cinnamon once you have juiced everything. Be sure to mix the juice around in a glass to incorporate all the ingredients together. Pour into your fave glass, and sip away the goodness! Enjoy! 


Recipe 3- Oh So Smooth Carrot Lime Pineapple Cinnamon Juice:

happily serves 1-2 

6 organic carrots, washed 

4 stalks of organic celery
1 pineapple
1 lime, squeezed to soften & peel 
1 teaspoon cinnamon
a bit of almond milk (optional) 

Wash your veggies, peel your lime and cut and slice your pineapple. Juice the veggies first, then your sweet source last. Add in the cinnamon once you’ve juiced everything. If you want to add in almond milk, pour it in now and be sure to mix the juices so the flavors can incorporate and the taste is even. Pour into glasses, mix and drink away! Enjoy this yumminess! 

orange soulshine juice
 
Look at this! The perfect ice cream scoop! Sorry for the blurry pic ><
banana pineapple ice cream
last but not least…… *drum roll* 

Recipe 4- Pineapple Banana Ice Cream:
happily serves 2-3 (you could eat this whole thing yourself, too. but again, sharing is caring!;)
 
4-6 frozen bananas, peeled
2 whole frozen pineapple slices 

Firstly, peel and freeze yo bananas! Cut open your ripen pineapple, slice and freeze 2 pineapple slices. Freeze the bananas and pineapple for a day (24 hours and more is best to produce the best ice cream). Once frozen, take it out the freezer and let it sit out in room temperature for 1 minute. Make sure you don’t let it thaw too much, as the fruit will start to de-thaw and won’t be as frozen to make ice cream. A minute is fine. The reason I say to let it thaw before you blend it is because it’s the fruit is too frozen, and blending the ice cream will be a bit hard to mix. I usually don’t add any liquids in my ice creams; I prefer them thick. You’ll just need muscles, though. 😉 
Place all ingredients in your blender and blend until creamy, smooth and no chunks of bits of fruit. Don’t run your blender on too long, as the ice cream will melt. I blend my ice cream in the blender for a minute – no longer. The ice cream should be thick, creamy and scoop-able. If you place your blender upside down, the ice cream should be solid and firm. Scoop your soft serve ice cream into glasses/bowls and garnish it with whatever you like. Enjoy! If you have any leftovers, place it in a bowl – covered and store in the freezer. Stir every 30-40 minutes, until solid. 
 
Yum! I could eat all this yummy-goodness ice cream straight from the blender!! SO yummy!
banana pineapple ice cream in blender

QUESTIONS:
Who else loves cinnamon? What’s your favorite spice? Who else adds cinnamon to their juices? Have you ever tried adding cinnamon to your juices? If so, did you like it? What did you do for 4th of July? Tell me in the comments!!

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About Miliany Bonet 169 Articles
Miliany Bonet is an ambitious 19 years young, world-renowned, raw vegan teen blogger, author and entrepreneur who is passionate about sharing her love and desire for a plant-based lifestyle. She's also the main contributor at 0medz0.com. Her passion for writing shines through her posts.

8 Comments

  1. Miliany, thank you for these 4 fab recipes!! They all sounds and looks awesome!! I love fresh juices, and also banana ice cream now during the summer (or anytime really ;)).
    Happy Thuresday to you.

  2. for some reason I associate cinnamon with fall and winter. I love it, but don’t eat it as much during summer (although with the wheather we have been having in Belgium, it might as well be fall). but such a good idea to add it to juices, will have to give it a try when winter comes around! have a great weekend!

    • haha, I don’t blame you! Cinnamon does sound like a winter and fall spice. It’s known that cinnamon can keep you warm. But cinnamon is great for all seasons! You should definitely try adding cinnamon to your juices! It’s amazing! 😀
      Be sure to shake your juice well so you don’t choke on the cinnamon pieces!

      Hope you have a wonderful weekend, too!

      X

  3. Juice is good for health and skin also. Your recipes is superb!! In photos this is looking very yummy. Sweet Cinnamon Carrot Pineapple Kiwi Juice: this juice is really looking very yummy.

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