Category Archives: Home Made Beverages

Pineapple Lemongrass Drink

Introduction: As an excellent source of the strong antioxidant vitamin C and dietary fibre. Pineapple is another fundamental element for reducing cholesterol. Ingredients: Half portion of large pineapple Lemongrass drink  (check out at this link on how to prepare the … Continue reading

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Salting Watermelon Juice

Introduction: Do  you salting watermelon juice will enhance the flavour of the fruit by opening up the taste buds to the sweetness of the fruit. Ingredients: Half portion of Watermelon chunks 6 to 8 mint leaves Ice cubes Dash of … Continue reading

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Avocado Smoothie

CBD to an Avocado Drink (Cut, Blend, Drink) For 2 glass  servings Ingredients: 2 ripe Avocados 1 tablespoon lemon juice 2 tablespoons Cooking Honey 3 tablespoons Low Fat Milk Method: Peel the avocados and sliced them into pieces. Drizzle lemon juice over … Continue reading

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Roselle Drink

Introduction: I discovered Roselle drink in a bottle form when I was holidaying in Taiwan. Back home in Singapore, each time when I dine at Din Tai Fung, without fail, my drink would be none other than “Roselle” drink. Today, … Continue reading

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Home Brewed Chinese Pearl Barley Drink

Ingredients: 1 packet Chinese Pearl barley Few stalks of Pandan Leaves (knotted) 6 pieces of dried winter melon strips 8 cups of plain water 2 pieces rock sugar Method: Place the Chinese pearl barley in a pot and rinse a … Continue reading

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What Would You Do With Over Ripe Mangoes?

Ingredients: 2 ripe mangoes 1 cup low fat milk/fresh milk Sugar (no sugar required if mangoes are very sweet) 1 cup ice cubes Method: Peeled and pitted mangoes and sliced them. Blend pulp of mango in a mixer with 3 … Continue reading

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Home Made Almond Milk

Ingredients: 4 tablespoons of sweet almond (Nan Xing) 3 tablespoons of bitter almond (Bei Xing) 500 ml plain water 2 lumps of rock sugar (adjust to your own taste bud) Method: In a blender, add both the sweet and bitter … Continue reading

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