Dragon Fruit (Pink Pitaya) Powder
Freeze-Dried Extract - 2.5oz (70 grams)
***Perfect To Add To Smoothie Bowls And Foods***
What is Dragon Fruit?
Dragon fruit, also known as pitaya, is a species of cactaceae which grows in subtropical regions throughout Asia, Central America and South America. It’s an unusual looking fruit which features bright pink, textured skin, and a fleshy edible interior. Dragon fruit has a naturally sweet, delicious flavour which has hints of pear, kiwi, melon and berry. The most common type of dragon fruit has white flesh, however, it’s the magenta-flesh dragon fruit which is used to make this pink superfood powder.
What Are the Health Benefits of Dragon Fruit Powder?
Dragon fruit is loaded with nutritious compounds including Vitamins C, B1, B2, B3, calcium, iron, phosphorus, magnesium, and Omega 3 essential fatty acids which are stored in the seeds. It’s also low in calories (a whole dragon fruit only contains around 60 calories), so you can pile it into your culinary creations. Dragon fruits are rich in dietary fibre which plays an important role in maintaining the health of the digestive system.
The high antioxidant levels in dragon fruit are certainly giving the much-loved acai berry a run for its money. Antioxidants have been scientifically proven to help to rid the body of harmful free radicals and promote overall well-being. Dragon fruit gets its rich magenta colouring from the presence of lycopene, which is a phytochemical and carotene that also has beneficial nutritional properties.
Why Choose Hybrid Herbs Dragon Fruit Powder?
100% Natural: Pure dragon fruit powder, with nothing added or taken away
Highest Quality: Made from high-quality, fresh dragon fruits, which are sustainably harvested from small-scale farmers in Thailand
Freeze Dried Extract: Our dragon fruit is freeze-dried to preserve all its goodness and ensure that it is highly absorbable
How Do I Use Dragon Fruit Powder?
Dragon fruit powder has so many culinary uses that you could write a whole cookbook on it. Its neon pink colour transform all sorts of sweet treats into nutritious works of art. The powder can be added to smoothies, juices, bowls, desserts, raw chocolates, sauces, dips and ice creams. It also tastes so good by itself that some people eat it straight off the spoon! A general rule is to mix a teaspoon of the powder into your food or drinks, and then increase the serving size if you require a richer flavour or colour.
Ingredients: Dragon Fruit Powder
Other Names: Pink Pitaya, Strawberry Pear, Belle of the Night, Hylocereus Undatus
Servings Per Pack: At Least 56
Posted by Kerstin on 2nd Mar 2018
Pink pitaya is full of nutrition and gives any juice or smoothie a vibrant colour
Posted by Piia on 31st Jul 2017
A spoonful of this amazingness takes my smoothie bowls to the next level. Easy, yummy and beautiful!
Posted by Unknown on 28th May 2017
Absolutely beautiful, heavenly colour and taste .Makes breakfast a treat for eyes and mouth!!
Beautiful and tasty
Posted by Emily on 4th Oct 2016
I couldn't resist this product for its colour. So far it's made my smoothies sing and my porridge hilariously happy. How can any foodie resist?
Posted by Roxy on 25th Apr 2016
Excellent product - arrived quickly; already using it in my morning smoothies.
Wonderful colour (and very good for you)
Posted by Cheri on 5th Mar 2016
I could write a glowing review on every product I've used from this site and the Pitaya (or Dragon Fruit) powder is no exception. It is wonderful in a variety of (uncooked) concoctions, you just need to use your imagination. I make a wonderful breakfast with fruit and sprouted black rice, and incorporate it with the Pine Pollen. It adds flavour, valuable nutrients and a wonderfully vivid magenta colour! I have had a long battle with a chronic illness and have used a variety of Hybrid Herbs products and I am very impressed with them. I am on the road to recovery now, but the products that I have used from this site have assisted greatly in my cure and the recovery process. CW
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