Cantaloupe Orange Juice

February 12, 2014



Juicing is one of the most fantastic things that you can do for your health; it takes the nutrients from fresh fruit and vegetables and delivers them in the most easily processed, readily digestible form for your body. 

Cantaloupe juice is not only tasty, cool, and refreshing, it is also a good source of vitamin B6, niacin, vitamin A, and folate. It is also very high in vitamin C. Because of this, one of the main benefits is the fact that it is loaded with immune system boosting nutrients and various antioxidants.

Other health benefits

• The American Cancer Society has suggested that the fruit may help prevent different types of cancer.
• Juicing them can help with digestive problems, such as constipation
• They are high in the lipid myoinositol, which may provide relief to people who struggle with insomnia, and other anxiety related disorders.

Oranges are one of the healthiest fruits you can eat, and juicing them only exemplifies the benefit they have on the immune system.

Cinnamon provides a small metabolism bump and creates a taste sensation that adds almost no calories, and no fat or sodium.


Cantaloupe                    1/4
Oranges                         2
Dash of cinnamon

Wash and skin the cantaloupe. Scoop out the seeds. Chop the cantaloupe into cubes and put it into a blender . I did not strain this juice but used along with the pulp.

Cut each orange one in half. Squeeze into a glass.You may also use a citrus reamer to do this. If you want less pulp, use a hand juicer with a strainer. Blend the cantaloupe and orange juice into a blender again.

Add ice and serve immediately. This juice is delicious and refreshing. Do give it a try.
Note: Kinno oranges or Malta oranges can also be used to make this juice. I used Kinno orange.



Sneha's Recipe
Sneha's Recipe

Happy Home-maker and culinary enthusiast.


  1. Good to see a new recipe. Can't wait to try this delicious and refreshing beverage!

  2. Seems to be healthy drink , a cocktail which has best of both seasons ,musk melons of summer and oranges of winter.
    Will certainly try out and revert.