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If you have not been able to taste carrot juice before making my carrot clementine pineapple punch will make you realize how delightful it is.
Carrot Clementine Pineapple Punch
- 2 cups ice
- 2 cups carrot juice
- 2 cups pineapple juice
- 2 cups clementine juice
In a pitcher add the ice.
Then add the carrot, pineapple and clementine juices.
Stir well and serve in tall glasses. Add an Easter bunny straw and enjoy.
Clementine juice can be replaced with classic orange juice or tangerine juice.
Besides carrots have a great source of beta-carotene, vitamin K, potassium and antioxidants. Clementines are very nice citrus too. As has vitamin C and a beautiful orange color to brighten up the day. After church when family gets home everyone is thirsty offering a nice wholesome libation is the way to go.
Watch the video and learn how easy it is to make this Easter Bunny Punch.
In Florida temperatures are starting to get warmer offering juices and drinks that are nutritious and provide good amount of vitamins is a good way to go. Of course always pairing with natural water to keep good hydration.
Easter menu this year is chipotle pineapple ham, garlic roasted mashed potatoes and grilled asparagus tips. All this food choices go very nicely with the carrot clementine pineapple punch.
To end the meal we suggest classic carrot cake cupcakes and Easter sweets. Making easy recipes and using local seasonal ingredients when we entertain at home is a must so that we can enjoy the celebration as much as our guests while offering a good balanced menu. That includes protein, vegetables and fruits. All combined to make a wonderful feast.
Hoping this Easter bunny punch makes your celebratory menu this year. And if you do let us know. We want to know how much you and your family enjoyed it.
Cheers to a blessed Easter!