Dragon Fruit Powder Red Organic

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Red Dragon Fruit Powder (Pitaya) organic

Update: The sun-dried dragon fruit powder is unfortunately sold out. We offer freeze-dried dragon fruit powder as an alternative.

Due to its fruity, delicious taste and bright pink color, this is suitable as an ingredient for muesli as well as for the Anthony William Liver Rescue Smoothie. Discover here: red freeze-dried dragon fruit powder.

What is dragon fruit powder?

Originally from Central and South America, the dragon fruit (pitaya or pitahaya) is the fruit of a cactus plant.

Why Buy Dragon Fruit Powder?

The dragon fruit powder is characterized by its high fiber content and is recommended by Anthony William for liver cleansing.

It has a subtle, floral to woody taste, which is why it is very suitable as an ingredient for many dishes and drinks.

The natural red color will add a nice pop of color to your smoothie!

What makes our dragon fruit powder special?

Our dragon fruit powder comes from the species "Hylocereus monacanthus" with red flesh and pink skin.

The organic dragon fruit is grown in Nicaragua, sun-dried and gently ground to a fine powder on site. 100% raw food quality. Local value creation guarantees jobs and income for the local population.

Usage Tips

Mix 2 heaped teaspoons (5g) into muesli, yoghurt or smoothie.

For the Liver Rescue Smoothie, Anthony William recommends using 2 tablespoons of red dragon fruit powder.

Liver Rescue Smoothie by Anthony William


2 bananas or 1 papaya (diced)
1/2 cup fresh or 1 packet frozen dragon fruit or 2 tablespoons dragon fruit powder
2 cups fresh or frozen wild blueberries or 2 tablespoons blueberry powder
120 ml water (as needed)
Put all the ingredients together in the blender. Blend until smooth, adding water until desired consistency is achieved.

Liver Rescue Smoothie by Anthony William

Liver Rescue Smoothie by Anthony William

Nutritional values ​​red dragon fruit powder (Pitaya) per 100g

Energy value 1256kJ/300kcal
fat 0g
of which saturated fatty acids 0.0g
carbohydrates 10g
of which sugar 10g
Fiber 60g
protein 10g
Salt 0.05g
Calcium 600mg
iron 2mg

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