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7 Delicious Fresh Juicing Recipes that’s a Must

 

7 Delicious Fresh Juicing Recipes that’s a Must. Have you guys gotten into juicing yet? If you haven’t, you should try it! It’s a fun and tasty way to pack a ton of healthy nutrients into a drinkable treat that’ll make you feel great.

Now, a lot of folks out there think of juicing as a replacement for whole foods and I don’t agree with that. I believe that whole food (and the fiber that comes along with them) are necessary to have a healthy diet. I don’t recommend using fruit or vegetable juices as a replacement for food.

Instead, I think adding all-natural, unsweetened fruit and vegetable juice to help supplement your diet is a great idea. It’s not better than whole foods, it’s just different. And sometimes, that’s all we need to help us keep up with a healthy diet.

As with everything, if it makes you and your family feel good, then do it. If it doesn’t? Skip it! For me personally, I see some real differences in the way I feel when I’m consistently juicing. I assume mostly because my overall consumption of fruits and veggies is up. My skin is brighter and clearer, and I tend to get sick less often. For me, juicing is a great way to kickstart healthy momentum.

If you’re just starting out with juicing, the first thing you’ll need is…well…a juicer! There are two main kinds of juicers out there—centrifugal (AKA: fast) and masticating (AKA: slow or cold-press) juicers. For more information on the different types of juicers read more here.

Note: These recipes are for 2 servings. If you are just making for yourself simply cut the recipe in half.

Fresh Green Juice (absolutely a great tasting and fantastic detox juice)

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spinach
Ingredients:

½ cup fresh parsley
3 cups spinach
½ lemon (peeled)
2 medium pears (cut into eighths)
6 large stalks celery (trimmed)
Ice cubes (optional)

Working in this order, process parsley, spinach, lemon, pears and celery through a juicer according to the manufacturer’s directions. Fill 2 glasses with ice, if desired, and pour the juice into the glasses. Serve immediately. Preparation time 15 minutes and makes 2 servings.

Fresh Tomatoes and Vegetable Juice (my favorite)

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tomatoes on a vine
Ingredients:

1 cup chopped hearts of romaine
¼ cup chopped fresh chives
2 large tomatoes (cut into wedges)
¼ fresh jalapeño (stemmed and seeded)
1 large red bell pepper (cut into eighths)
2 large stalks celery (trimmed)
1 medium carrot (peeled)
Ice cubes (optional)

Working in this order, process lettuce, chives, tomatoes, jalapeño, bell pepper, celery, and carrot through a juicer according to the manufacturer’s directions. Fill 2 glasses with ice, if desired, and pour the juice into the glasses. Serve immediately. Preparation time 15 minutes and makes 2 servings.

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fresh strawberries

Fresh Strawberry and Cucumber Juice (a work of art)

Ingredients:

6 fresh strawberries (hulled)
1 large cucumber (peeled and cut into chunks)
1 large red apple (cut into eighths)
2 medium carrots (peeled)
Ice (optional)

Working in this order process strawberries, cucumber, apple and carrots through a juicer according to the manufacturer’s directions. Fill 2 glasses with ice, if desired, and pour the juice into the glasses. Serve immediately. Preparation time 15 minutes and makes 2 servings.

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blueberries

Fresh Blueberry and Cabbage Juice

Ingredients:

1 large cucumber (peeled and cut into chunks)
1/4 medium red cabbage (sliced)
Ice cubes (optional)
1 cup fresh blueberries
1 large apple (cut into eighths)

Working in this order, process cabbage, cucumber, blueberries and apple through a juicer according to the manufacturer’s directions. Fill 2 glasses with ice, if desired, and pour the juice into the glasses. Serve immediately. Preparation time 15 minutes and makes 2 servings.

Fresh Spinach and Apple Juice (doesn’t get any better than this juice)

Ingredients:
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green apples

1½ cups spinach
½ grapefruit (peeled and white pith removed)
2 green apples (cut into eighths)
1 ea. 1-inch piece peeled fresh ginger
2 large stalks celery (trimmed)
Ice (optional)

Working in this order process spinach, grapefruit, apples, ginger, and celery through a juicer according to the manufacturer’s directions. Fill 2 glasses with ice, if desired, and pour the juice into the glasses. Serve immediately. Preparation time 15 minutes and makes 2 servings.

Fresh Ginger and Beet Juice (another winner)

Ingredients:
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ginger

1 medium apple (cut into wedges)
1 medium carrot (peeled)
3 kale leaves
1 medium orange (peeled and quartered)
1 large beet (peeled and cut into wedges)
Ice cubes (optional)
1 ea. 1-inch piece peeled fresh ginger

Working in this order, process orange, kale, apple, carrot, beet, and ginger through a juicer according to the manufacturer’s directions. Fill 2 glasses with ice, if desired, and pour the juice into the glasses. Serve immediately. Preparation time 15 minutes and makes 2 servings.

Fresh Carrot and Orange Juice (Wow! This is a fantastic tasting juice)

Ingredients:
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carrots

1 medium yellow tomato (cut into wedges)
1 medium orange (peeled and quartered)
4 large carrots (peeled)
1 medium apple (cut into eighths)
Ice cubes (optional)

Working in this order, process tomato, orange, apple, and carrots through a juicer according to the manufacturer’s directions. Fill 2 glasses with ice, if desired, and pour the juice into the glasses. Serve immediately. Preparation time 15 minutes and makes 2 servings.

Final thoughts on juicing

I hope this has given you some ideas of where to get started with juicing! And if you’re ready to bite the bullet and invest in your own slow juicer, my friends at Amazon.com have the best price and offer free shipping. Such a steal for an incredible piece of equipment. Please leave a juice review and share the recipes with your friends.

I hope you found this article helpful. If you have anything that you’d like to share or any opinions on any of the content on my site, please do speak up. I look forward to your comments, questions, and sharing of ideas.

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32 thoughts on “7 Delicious Fresh Juicing Recipes that’s a Must

  1. I couldn’t thank you enough for sharing these recipe ideas Robert. Ginger is effective I will definitely give a try with ginger and beet juice.

  2. Carrot is the only vegetable I can tolerate to drink. But I’m thinking of trying your fresh spinach and apple juice. Thanks a lot for the info about different juicers. And you are right. It’s important to find the right juicer.

  3. What do you do with the dregs? Throw them away?

    That’s what has been stopping me from doing this juicing thing. I think of all those fibres thrown into the garbage. I was raised to be not wasteful.

    Could we use them to bake some sort of low calorie cookies/snacks?

  4. Strawberry and Cucumber juice is really a work of art. We all know that strawberry is good in weight loss and is good for anti-aging, while cucumber has water and fiber that is needed for a healthy digestion. This combination is really a work of art!

  5. I agree with you that substituting whole foods by juice doesn’t seem healthy, although some of the recipes here could easily be way more nutritious than take-outs we find around. I am not a big vegetable fan, so the only way I consume veggies is on juices or smoothies. I’m gonna try your Fresh Spinach and Apple Juice today, but all recipes seem great.

    1. Hi Melissa, take-outs are generally bad for your health. Juicing is much more healthy for you than take-outs. You still need to eat whole foods to maintain a healthy diet. Thanks for sharing, Robert

  6. It tastes a little weird when you put leafy greens in your juice. But, considering the health benefits it can give your body, it would inspire you to have it regularly.

    1. Hi Chatingale, I find that I hardly taste any of the leafy greens. The juice hides the taste of them. If I did taste them I probably wouldn’t make juice with them. Thanks for sharing, Robert

  7. I will share this article with my mom.She likes to try different juicing recipes I for one is a fan of the ginger and beet combination, it helps with weight loss and that’s another healthy alternative to check out.

  8. Wow. Nice post. Strawberry and Cucumber? I would love to try this. I don’t know how the fresh green juice will taste. Like a medicine?

  9. Wow these recipes are great! I would like to try your favorite fresh tomatoes and vegetable juice recipe. Looks pretty yummy and nutritious!

  10. I definitely will try the fresh green juice. Your receipts are very original, mine are healthy but kind of boring.

  11. Now, this is something I never thought of having. I’ll make sure we have 1 or 2 of these this weekend at the family’s special Sunday lunch.

  12. I’d go for the strawberry and cucumber juice. I just love cucumbers. Thanks for reminding us that juices do not replace food; they are only diet supplements.

  13. I agree with what this article says on “skin brightening” effect of these juices. I can say I am addicted to strawberry & cucumber and carrot & orange juices mainly because they taste so good and are readily available in the store near our neighborhood. If I’m on a tough budget though, I opt with carrot & orange which is more affordable than the other.

  14. I would definitely go for the carrot and orange juice. I do like both and it sound more sweet with both in one glass.

  15. i gotta say the berry blends sound delicous. especially the strawberry mix. i would be more then happy to make that up if i could get the kids to stop eating the strawberries as soon as i get home. thanks for the share

  16. I haven’t tasted spinach juice and I’m scared to try it. I mean we’ve been juicing carrots, apple and all the normal thing that you get to juice. I’m scared that I won’t like it. But I will try these recipes of yours.

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