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Summer is here and the weather is really hot, you need to cool down your body by drinking more water and eat something cold like these famous Filipino cold treats, such as Buko Ice Candy, Ube Cheese Icebox Cake, Mango Ice Candy, Pineapple Cherry Icebox Cake, Mango Sorbetes, Fruit Ice Drop, Mango Ice Drop, Avocado Sorbetes, Mango Float, Frozen Brazo de Mercedes, Fruit Cocktail Icebox Cake and Halo Halo.
In this recipe we are going to make another Ice Cream treat, the Ube Ice Cream and you don’t need an ice cream maker to do this. Our main ingredient for this is the ever popular Ube Halaya, made from the root crop purple yam.
Ube Ice Cream Ingredients:
Orange, yummy and juicy fleshy fruit that is available all year round- this is your typical picture of papaya, papaw or papaw or fruit of the angels [as some refer to it]. It’s sweet and distinct flavor makes it a great ingredient for smoothies, or salsa. People also like putting it in salads, but most would prefer eating the fruit as is.
It is believed to have originated from the Central Americas, but right now a lot of countries particularly Hawaii, Mexico and Philippines have vast plantation of this heavenly fruit. It is available all year round, and it’s quite popular during the summer season. The scorching heat of the sun would be perfectly complimented by a cool glass of papaya shake infused with all the benefits that this wonder fruit has.
A good serving of this fruit can do a lot of wonders. The best part about it, is that it is inexpensive and it’s available in a lot of places. So if you are wondering more about the benefits of arti, read on and be amazed by the things it can do to you.
Skin whitening products are on the rage in the market. While glutathione is gaining more and more popularity, a lot of people still go for products with papaya extracts. But who wants only whitening when youcan get so much more. Did you know that acup of papaya a day can give you a more vibrant and glowing skin? Thanks to the high amounts of vitaminin A and C papaya help you gain just that. Apart from this two power vitamins, papaya also contains Lycopene, a powerful antioxidant that fights of the effects of UV damage. Last but not the least, Papaya is rich in papain. It is an enzyme that is good for exfoliating dead skin cells. Imagine what you can get with just a cup of papaya a day.
Papaya is one of the fruits with the highest Vitamin A content. Vitamin A is an important vitamin for the eyes, especially for those who are already aging and suffering from macular degeneration. Vitamin A is important in manufacturing the pigments of the retina. This very essential layer of the eyes maintains the functions of photoreceptors which are enables you to see colors in both the light and dark.
Papaya is one the most heartiest food in the planet. Researches show that Vitamin C is found to prevent arterial damage. Which is why Papaya is commonly attributed to a good and healthy heart. Apart from this benefit, studies also claim that Vitamin C can also help slow down the formation of plaques inside the arteries. This beneficial effect can help minimize your risks to atherosclerosis, a deadly disease that can lead to another serious heart ailment. Don’t forget that it is also high in Lycopene, a hundred grams of papaya contains at most 2 mg of Lycopene, that’s already a healthy dose of an antioxidant that could reduce the amount of oxidized cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood stream.
Maja Blanca is made of coconut milk and cornstarch, the most popular Filipino dessert for all occasions because it is cheap, easy to make, and when cooked right, it is really creamy and delicious. Here’s a tip if you want to have a flavorful and creamy Maja Blanca, do not use the store-bought canned coconut milk, always use freshly squeezed coconut milk.
This new Fruity Maja Blanca Recipe version is healthier because of the added fruits and is now my all time favorite, I have tasted a lot of Maja Blanca before, but this recipe is the best. Everyone in the family loved it!
Fruity Maja Blanca Ingredients:
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