The Going Green Juice Recipe

Recipe Classifications

Cuisine:

American

Meal:

Drink (Not Smoothie)

Diet:

Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Nut-Free, Vegetarian, Paleo, Soy-Free

Rainbow:

Green, Orange / Yellow

Freezes well:

Yes

Prep Time  (total time):

Under 15 Minutes  (Under 15 Minutes)

The Going Green Juice Recipe

This Going Green Juice Recipe is the perfect transitional drink for those who are starting on their juice diet.

Green juices are the most popular beverage that we can find on a juice menu as they are considered to be one of the healthiest options when juicing. However, they are usually vegetable-heavy, which can be unpalatable for some, especially for those juicing newbies. 

If you’re new to the world of pressed juices, it’s highly suggested that you start with a recipe that’s mostly fruits. Then, begin incorporating leafy greens and root vegetables as you go along. 

Going Green Juice

This Going Green Juice Recipe will help you in that transition. While it’s heavy on vegetables as well, most of them have a mild and sweet flavor. Plus, the celery that’s featured in this juice is one of the best natural antioxidant agents around. Top that with apples and oranges and you’ve got a refreshingly sweet drink that’s loaded with many health benefits. 

The Going Green Juice Recipe

For only 189 calories, you’ll get 11 grams of fiber and 4 grams of protein. It’s also packed with vitamins A and C, potassium, calcium, and folate, among the others.

So, without further ado, here’s the recipe that you and your juicing buddies will surely love. 

Happy Juicing!

The Going Green Juice

This recipe has the perfect balance of fruits and vegetables that are known to provide many health benefits. While apples and oranges are naturally sweet by themselves, adding a teaspoon of raw honey ends the mixture with a caramel flavor.
Course Drinks
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Servings 1 serving
Calories 368kcal

Ingredients

  • 1 bunch kale or spinach chopped
  • 4 ea whole celery sticks
  • 2 ea small apples cored, chopped
  • 1 ea large orange chopped
  • 1 inch ginger peeled
  • 1 ea large cucumber chopped
  • 1 teaspoon natural honey

Instructions

  • Wash and clean the vegetables and fruits in running water before slicing them into small pieces.
  • Process all the ingredients, except the honey, in the juicer.
  • Sweeten the mixture by stirring in a teaspoon of honey and transfer into a glass.
  • Serve and enjoy!

Notes

  • Pressed juices are best enjoyed cold or chilled. Thus, you may do this ahead of time, keep them in a glass container or jar with a tight-fitting lid, and store it in the fridge, where it can last for up to 3 days. Otherwise, you can pour it over a glass filled with ice and drink immediately.
  • This recipe calls for a juicer. But, if you don’t have one, you may use the blender instead. All you’ve got to do is chop the ingredients smaller and pulse them in the blender. However, you will probably want to strain the mixture before drinking to make the texture smoother and more pleasant. Here is a video showing you how to strain the blend. You will need a strainer like this one and a mesh bag like this one.

Nutrition

Calories: 368kcal | Carbohydrates: 88g | Protein: 10g | Fat: 2g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 72mg | Potassium: 1713mg | Fiber: 14g | Sugar: 58g | Vitamin A: 13835IU | Vitamin C: 277mg | Calcium: 326mg | Iron: 3mg

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The Husband

Hi! I’m Mike. I’m happily married and have a young daughter. I’ve lived all over the world and have learned a lot from seeing others’ perspectives. I’ve also had many life altering health challenges. Fortunately, my lovely and brilliant wife helped save me by finding a new and better way for us to live. We started The Healthy Treehouse to share what we’ve learned and to learn from others, too.