• Fruit Powders

    Add a burst of flavor to your favorite recipes, (muffins, cakes, donuts, etc) by adding fruit powder.


    How do you make fruit powder?


    Dry your fruits so they are extra crispy, then place them in a blender on high until powdered. To use this powder in recipes, combine 1/2 c fruit powder to 1 c. of flour. Follow the recipe as directed. This not only adds nutrition, but huge amounts of flavor as well!


    In a blender, combine 1/2 c. fruit powder to water or milk, add a couple ice cubes and enjoy a delicious fruit smoothie or milk shake.


    Other ideas:

    add 1 T to yogurt for flavored yogurt
    add 1 T. Fruit Powder (any kind of fruit) to Homemade oatmeal packets & 1 T. of powdered coffee creamer for Fruit-n-cream oatmeal that your kids will beg for
    Add flavor to your waffles & pancakes, sprinkle over your cereal in the morning.

       February 10th
    Comments 3 Comments
    1. geribouwman's Avatar
      geribouwman -
      I love the idea of making fruit powder. I make my own smoothies and make a mess all the time.
    1. Vectress's Avatar
      Vectress -
      Totally loving the Fruit and Veggie Powder ideas. Going to do this to our extra summer squash to later add to mashed potatoes.

      ThanX Ya'll
    1. ataylor42129's Avatar
      ataylor42129 -
      so could you use the fruit powders with gatorade recipes? how about making it into kool aid? anyone tried it either way?


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