Nehmt das Frühlingsgefühl mit unter die Dusche. Unser Dusch Mousse Creamy Lime verwöhnt Haut und Sinne mit dem erfrischenden Duft von Limette und Buttermilch 💚 Liebt ihr den Duft von Limette auch so sehr?
Das Mousse bekommt ihr exklusiv im NIVEA Online Shop oder im @nivea_haus.
True story - I had to hide the last few slices of this coconut lime pie from my boyfriend and friends for several days before I had time to photograph it! Hopefully their sacrifice wasn’t in vain, since I got to post the recipe here 😅 (don’t worry, they got to finish it eventually!). This would probably be a great summer dessert, but making it in the middle of a cold winter is ok too - right? 💚⛄️
Coconut Lime Pie:
Graham cracker crust - see recipe from s’mores tarts 😋
1 cup cashews, soaked or cooked
3/4 to 1 cup lime juice
1 cup evaporated cane juice
½ cup refined coconut oil
1 can coconut heavy cream, chilled. If only have coconut milk, use two cans and chill then scoop hardened cream from top only.
1/3 cup powdered sugar
1 tsp vanilla.
Zest of at least 1 lime, to garnish. Optional coconut flakes for topping!
Blend ingredients for lime curd. Pour into prepared graham cracker crust and chill in fridge for ½ hour before adding coconut cream.
Blend or mix ingredients for coconut cream. Pour on top of lime curd, and top with lime zest and coconut flakes. Freeze for several hours, but defrost for 20 min or so before serving!
Lemon is used for culinary and non-culinary (cleaning) purposes throughout the world. The juice of the lemon is about 5% to 6% citric acid, with a pH of around 2.2, giving it a sour taste. The distinctive sour taste of lemon juice makes it a key ingredient in drinks and foods such as lemonade and lemon meringue pie. Lemons are a rich source of vitamin C. Other essential nutrients, however, have insignificant content. Lemons contain numerous phytochemicals, including polyphenols, terpenes, and tannins. Lemon juice contains slightly more citric acid than lime juice, nearly twice the citric acid of grapefruit juice, and about five times the amount of citric acid found in orange juice.
In 2016, worldwide lemon and lime production was 17.3 Mt (million tonnes) led by India (3.0 Mt), Mexico (2.4 Mt), China (2.3 Mt), Argentina (1.7 Mt), Brazil (1.3 Mt) and Spain (0.9 Mt). (Source: Wikipedia)
The following useful information is from the following source and interested readers are recommended to visit it to find more: (http://whfoods.org/genpage.php?tname=foodspice&dbid=27)
Lemons are oval in shape and feature a yellow, texturized outer peel. Like other citrus fruits, their inner flesh is encased in eight to ten segments. Usually smaller than lemons, limes are oval or round in shape having a diameter of one to two inches with green flesh and skin.
Lemons and limes feature phytonutrients with antioxidant and antibiotic Effects. Lemons and limes contain unique flavonoid compounds that have antioxidant and anti-cancer properties.
Owing to the multitude of vitamin C's health benefits, it is not surprising that research has shown that consumption of vegetables and fruits high in this nutrient is associated with a reduced risk of death from all causes including heart disease, stroke and cancer. #Science#Chemistry#nutrient#NutritionalValue#Nutritional_Value#daily_value#Lemon#Lime#CitrusLimon#Citrus#VitaminC#Healthy_Food#HealthyFruit#MohammadShahi#Mohammad_Shahi#Chemistry_Shahi#ChemistryShahi
Getting ready for tomorrow - National Margarita Day!
Blood Orange Lime Margarita
2 ounces of fresh squeezed blood orange juice
2 ounces of fresh squeezed lime juice
4 ounces of 100% agave Tequila
2 ounces of Grand Marnier
2 ounces of homemade simple syrup
Shake together with ice and serve over crushed ice. Garnish with a fresh slice of blood orange!
This should make two amazing cocktails! Have fun tomorrow and be careful! 😘 #margarita#nationalmargaritaday#homemade#cocktails#bloodorange#lime#tequila#margaritas#fun#lifestyle
Fun fact: In the 1700s British sailors were given a half pint — about 8 shots — of rum a day (Yikes!). Because they mixed their rum with lime juice, the Brit sailors suﬀered far less scurvy (caused by a lack of Vitamin C found in citrus). Meanwhile, other nations’ navies were riddled with scurvy and couldn’t stay at sea for more than 6 weeks. Hence, Britain became the most powerful navy in the world. Moral: Drink your lime. Cheers! #FinestCall