5 Awesome Juicer Recipes

If you’ve just begun juicing you may have realized that it’s harder than it looks.  Maybe you don’t mind a few yucky concoctions, as long as once in a while you stumble upon a winner. But if you’re anything like me in the kitchen it doesn’t hurt to have a few foolproof recipes on standby.

There is a surprising amount of people who juice, not all of them are devoted fad dieters or all-organic hippies. Juicing is a smart way to get all the vitamins and minerals in your diet that you might otherwise be missing. When you juice fresh vegetables and fruits, you get important essential nutrients that help your overall health and well-being.

If you’re looking for some great tasting, super healthy recipes to make you a master juicer, here are five awesome ones.

Power Juice


This is a green juice recipe. This is the green ooze we typically associate with juicing. When it comes out of the blender or juicer it doesn’t look very appetizing but I assure you it tastes better than it looks. This recipe packs quite the punch when it comes to giving you an energy boost.

This recipe makes about two cups of power juice depending on your hand size.


2 apples

1 handful lettuce

1 handful collard greens

1 handful kale

1 handful sprouts

1 handful spinach (or other kinds of leafy greens.)

Instructions: core and chop the apples. Throw a combination of whatever greens you have into your blender or juicer, along with apple chunks. If you don’t have apples, you can replace the apples with carrots for slightly less sweetness. You can mix up the ratio of the greens each time you make this recipe for a little variety.

Berry Juice


This berry juice is sweet and yummy. It’s the perfect kind of juice to try on your kids, and trust me, once they try it they’ll come back for seconds. Not only does it taste good but it’s actually good for them. Juice and smoothies contain all kinds of antioxidants that are good for kids.

This recipe makes about two servings of juice.


  • 1 cup raspberries
  • 1 cup strawberries
  • ½ cup blackberries
  • ½ cup blueberries
  • 1 whole cucumber
  • 1 tablespoon agave nectar can be added for additional sweetness.

Instructions: Simply hull the strawberries, and then juice the fruits and the cucumber. Pour it into two glasses and sweeten with the agave nectar.

Tropical Fruit Juice

Very similar to the berry juice above, I absolutely love this tropical fruit juice. Drink it for breakfast and you will hit the ground running because it packs a powerful energy punch. Tropical fruits are thought to have all sorts of medicinal benefits from allergies to cancer.

This recipe makes more than two glasses of juice, so share with a friend or you can save the rest for later in the day.


  • 1 kiwi
  • 6 strawberries
  • 1 orange
  • ½ mango
  • 1 cup pineapple
  • ¼ cup of coconut water

Instructions: Peel the kiwi, orange, and mango. Chunk the pineapple, and hull the strawberries. Throw all the fruit in the juicer and slowly blend in the coconut water. Pour into 2 glasses.

Ginger Citrus Juice


This ginger citrus juice is a great source of vitamin c and is great for your health. If you feel like you’re coming down with a cold, this is the juice for you! Ginger is a great home remedy for inflammation, migraines, and pain. It can boost your immune system and even eliminate nausea. You don’t need a lot of ginger to get that great taste, so you can use it sparingly.

This recipe is designed for one serving.


1 lemon

2 carrots

half an inch of fresh ginger

3 strawberries

Instructions: Put all the ingredients in the juicer, press a button and in a moment, you’ll have fabulous, fresh-tasting juice

Vegetable Juice

Juicing makes eating veggies easier. If you are a picky eater like me drinking your vegetables might be less traumatic than eating them raw. Instead of store-bought vegetable juices, you can simply and easily make some at home. If you hate the taste of fresh vegetables, this probably won’t wind up being your favorite juice of all time but the energy boost is worth the mildly unpleasant taste.

This recipe makes two glasses of juice although results may vary depending on the size of the vegetables that you use.


  • 1 cup broccoli
  • 1 cucumber
  • half of a lemon
  • 1 clove of garlic
  • 2 medium tomatoes
  • a stalk of celery
  • 1 large carrot

Instructions: Throw all the ingredients in the juicer and juice! In a few seconds, It will be ready to drink.


You can use these five incredible recipes to get you started on the right track to good health. Drinking fresh juice has been known to increase your vitality and stamina. Juicing is a great way to get the necessary fruits and veggies into your system, so jump in.

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