How to Eat a Stone Fruit Dip with V-D Fruit Recipe

How to Eat a Stone Fruit Dip with V-D Fruit Recipe

Vitamin D is a potent antioxidant that helps the body produce its own vitamin D. The good news is that you can eat a whole bunch of these vitamin-d-rich fruit dips for a super-healthy alternative to a diet full of red meat and processed foods.

Here’s how to make the best of them.


Stone Fruit Popsicle Dip This one is a stone fruit dip that’s actually made with the fruit itself.

It’s a pretty simple dip to make, but the combination of fruit and the natural acidity of the lime helps it stay nice and smooth.

It can also be served cold.

1 1/2 oz. frozen lime juice 1/4 oz. lime zest, juice from one 1-inch piece fresh lime, juice of one lemon, juice concentrate from one lemon juice, juice, or juice concentrate of one lime, or a mixture of all of the above 2 cups fresh frozen pineapple, cut into cubes 3 cups sugar-free cane syrup 2 cups water, plus more as needed 2/3 cup finely grated ginger 1/3 tsp.

dried oregano 1/8 tsp.

cinnamon, to taste 1/6 tsp.

ground cloves 2/4 tsp.

freshly ground nutmeg 1/16 tsp.

sea salt 1 1.5 cups frozen strawberries, cut up into cubes 1 cup sugar- free cane syrup 1/1 cup water, or as needed 1/5 cup finely chopped walnuts (optional) Directions Combine all ingredients in a food processor and blend until smooth.

Add more water if needed to thicken the dip.

Serve cold.

Nutrition Facts How to Make a Stone Berry Fruit Dip With V-Cups recipe.

Amount Per Serving Calories 49 Calories from Fat 11 % Daily Value* Total Fat 2g 3% Saturated Fat 1g 5% Polyunsaturated Fat 0g Monounsaturated Fat 2.1g Cholesterol 6mg 5% Sodium 652mg 26% Potassium 486mg 22% Total Carbohydrates 15g 8% Dietary Fiber 0g 2% Sugars 2g Protein 15g 25% Vitamin D 1.4% Calcium 2.5% Iron 9.9% * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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