Pineapple Celery Punch recipe – 81 calories

pineapple celery punch recipe 81 calories

Don’t be put off by the weird combination of ingredients… the final result is well worth it! Sweet and a little tangy, this is a very healthy and refreshing drink.

Pineapple Celery Punch recipe – 81 calories

Ingredients:
2 cups celery, chopped
2 cups fresh pineapple, cut into cubes
1/2 cup water
3 tablespoons sugar
1/2 cup fresh cilantro, firmly packed


Preparation:
1. In a blender, purée all ingredients until smooth.
2. Pour the mixture through a fine-mesh sieve, discarding the solids after pressing hard on them.
3. Serve over ice.

Servings: 4

Nutritional information for one serving:
Calories: 81
Total fat: 0.2 g
Cholesterol: 0 mg
Sodium: 42 mg
Total carbs: 20.8 g
Fiber: 2 g
Protein: 0.8 g
Weight Watchers points: 1

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43 Comments

  1. i think that sounds delicious! im def gonna try it, thanks for the recipe :)

  2. Looks sweet and refreshing. :) But it doesn’t look like it has celery in it. :)

    Have a great day!

  3. look’s good and not to hard to make.

  4. Wow! Great ingredients – looks very yummy!

  5. This recipe looks EXCELLENT! Will definitely try this for our Christmas Eve party… such a great alternative to high-calorie, sugary alternatives.. Thanks!

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  7. Sounds delicious and it looks good, i am also going to try it.

  8. Looks like a good recipe. Will definitely be trying it over the holidays!

  9. This recipe sounds really good and is just what I’m looking for! Thanks!

  10. I tried that recipe last weekend an I must say that is was a huge success! Wife and kids were very pleased 😉 Thx!

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  12. i think that sounds delicious! im def gonna try it, thanks for the recip

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  14. I tried thsi today – soo tasty and refreshing! Thanks for that inspiration. :)

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  16. Im gonna try this

  17. looks great, i’m trying that tonight :)

  18. Wow, looks incredible! I’ll be trying this for sure!

    Surely this would be good for weight loss too as celery takes more calories to burn off than it contains.

  19. I love that recipe, it´s so delicious! Everyone who likes pineapples should really try it. It tastes great and very smoothie. For me it is the perfect summer drink and also perfect to dream of summer on a cold and cloudy winter´s day. I imagine it would taste even better with a little bit of coconut milk.

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  22. Wow, great taste! I certainly didn’t expect it to be that tasty…was a bit “frightened” because of the combination celery with pineapple, but I tried it and I loved it! Really refreshing! I’ll definitely do it again, thanks for the recipe!

  23. Mmmm, love the taste of pineapple! Nice drink!

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  26. Very refreshing and most importantly, its home made so no additives. This simple recipe can have a lasting positive effect on the health of consumers. Many thanks for the recipe and pics.

  27. A great combination and balance with the celery and the pineapple. Have just found this blog, and am in love with it already!!

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  29. Sounds GREAT! Now, it is one cup of punch that equal 81 calories?

  30. Looks great with such low calories. I am going to try this recipe. I love pineapple.

  31. I certainly need to try this revitalizing punch, and maybe add some other fruit.

  32. Looks good! Try adding other fruit to it such as apples, which actually have cancer fighting properties.

  33. The celery ingredient caught my eye and I love cilantro. Thank you for the recipe. I will give it a try.

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