Kiwi Powder fruit Natural Export Iranian Shiraz
Kiwi Powder fruit Natural Export Iranian Shiraz Fruit powders are best kept in airtight containers. Because of the sugar content of fruit powders compared to that of vegetable powders, you may find clumping or caking is an issue. You can use a desiccant pack to help remove any moisture, and a variety of methods such as arrowroot powder, reblending, or these other methods to help with the clumping issue. Apple and banana powders are especially susceptible and these tips may help you. If you are storing in bulk, a mylar bag sealed with an O2 absorber may be a better option for you to keep your fruit powder away from moisture, oxygen, and light.
TEAS AND DRINKSRemember that fruit powders don't dissolve the way drink mixes do, so you will want to keep that in mind as you do drink mixes.
- Tea blends - make your own homemade tea blends with fruit powders for that hint of flavor and sweetness.
- You can even add it to your regular tea for an extra bit of fruit flavor. Using lemon powder can be a great way to have lemon-flavored tea even if you're out of fresh lemons! If you want the flavor, but not the possible grit, use a tea infuser!
- Smoothies - use fruit powder in your morning smoothies in place of whole fruit if you're not a fan of the textures (seeds, etc.) or if you want to intensify the flavor.
- Flavored Water - Just like using real fruits, you can put fruit powder into a tea bag or tea infuser and steep into your water for a flavor enhancer.
- Cocktails - Mix with a little sugar and use on the rim of a fruity adult drink. Do it with mocktails, too, to make them feel a little extra special.