This pawpaw blueberry orange bowl makes for a deliciously tasty and nutritious breakfast. It is fresh, natural, and filled with vitamins, potassium, and antioxidants. This bowl has an amazing tropical flavor, and if you want to kick things a notch, you can add a small piece of ginger and some coconut milk, and an apple. The fat in the coconut milk will help the nutrients from the fruits be better absorbed by your body.
Papaya is common in tropical regions, and the tree yields fruits throughout the year. In Asian cuisine, ripe and unripe green papaya is a much-loved fruit. It has many uses in curries and salads. The papaya is packed with vital minerals, vitamins, and other nutrients. Pepin is an essential digestive enzyme, and the seeds are fully loaded with it, which tastes pungent. Nevertheless, it’s edible and regularly add a teaspoon of these seeds to the mix to my breakfast. Consider incorporating papaya in your diet if you aren’t already doing so.
Blueberries may be small, but they are packed with nutritional goodness. They are rich in carotenoids, salicylic acids, phytoestrogens, fiber, vitamin C, manganese, folate, riboflavin, and i. In addition, It has highly potent disease-fighting antioxidants, which have earned them the name ‘brain berries’ as they help keep the brain active and young.
Oranges are rich in polyphenols, vitamin C, pectin, folate, limonene, potassium, and potassium. These help your body prevent diabetes, heart diseases, and most chronic diseases by boosting your immunity and supporting the normal functioning of your organs.
An excellent tip for the best tasting smoothie is to use fruits in season, especially when it comes to pawpaw, usually called papaw. Then, enjoy this naturally sweet thick smoothie bowl with potent antioxidants and vitamins to nourish your body.
Pawpaw Blueberry Orange
Nutritional Benefits: Pawpaws have one of the highest antioxidant levels and vitamins A, C, and E. These nutrients, antioxidants, in particular, inhibit the oxidation of cholesterol, which prevents blockages in blood vessels, thus boosting heart health. Blueberries are packed with phytoflavanoids and antioxidants, as well as vitamin C and potassium. These make it extremely powerful when it comes to preventing and reducing inflammation, cancer, and heart disease. Oranges are an amazing vitamin C source, and it helps protect your cells from oxidative damage. It also helps with collagen production, which gives you supple skin and also helps with faster wound healing.
- 1 medium pawpaw
- 2 medium oranges
- 2 tbsp blueberries
Cut pawpaw in half and remove the seeds. You may want to add a teaspoon of pawpaw seeds to your juice; the seeds will add a slightly pungent taste to the juice, but it is excellent for digestion.
Spoon out the flesh of the pawpaw into a bowl.
Squeeze the orange juice, add to pawpaw, and add a pinch of salt; mix everything very well.
Pour the mix onto a soup plate and top it off with blueberries or other berries available. Enjoy!
0.1g Saturated fat
Papaya is common in tropical regions, and the tree yields fruits throughout the year. In Asian cuisine, ripe and unripe green papayas are a much-loved fruit. It has many uses in curries and salads. The papaya is packed with vital minerals, vitamins, and other nutrients. Papain is an essential digestive enzyme. Consider incorporating papaya in your diet if you aren’t already doing so. Cut papaw into half and remove the seeds, and you can use one teaspoon of the mix, which will give it a slightly pungent taste and excellent for digestion. Spoon out the flesh of the papaw into a bowl. Squeeze the orange juice and add to papaw and add a pinch of salt, mix it all very well. Pour the mix onto a soup plate and top it off with blueberries or other berries available during the seasonal fruits. Papaya contains an enzyme called Papain that especially rich in the fruits and the seeds. This protein-dissolving enzyme present can be extracted as well from the unripe green fruits. In Southeast Asia, green papayas are commonly used as a vegetable to cook and as a salad. This enzyme is sometimes called ‘papaya proteinase.' has many digestive controlling capacities. Papaya also eliminates toxins and is a powerful anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant antiseptic. Papain plays a significant role in the human body is as it is highly involved in the digestive processes in breaking down protein fibers. Bromelain in Pineapple and papain in Papaya are widely used to tenderize meats.