It’s safe to stay that I have been consistently juicing at least a few times a week since I bought my first “real” juicer last May. Looking back I am very grateful that I made that investment. Since juicing it has made my health 100x better. No more medication just one tall glass of juice for the morning and my day is good. Just imagine how great I would do if I juiced at least 3x a day.

Sometimes I keep up with my hip hop heads and listen to some interviews on YouTube from the breakfast club. I have noticed that several old school rappers or dj’s have confessed to joining the juicing bandwagon. Though it borderline seems like a fad I truly think that once you start juicing and reaping all those wonderful benefits of vitamins and energy you will make it a permanent lifestyle choice.

 

Juicing definitely gives me a lot of energy. It helps me think clearer and it also helps me to start my day on a positive note. There are so many things that I love to juice on a regular basis.

Carrots, beets, spinach, celery, broccoli stems, cabbage, ginger, parsley, apples, cucumber, strawberries, sweet potatoes and oranges.

I usually make sure I have at least 90% of these veggies on hand every week when I go shopping.

Soon I will add the following into my diet.

Kale, blueberries, raspberries, cherries, blue berries, and mangoes.

 

There are a million websites that offer tons of free juicing recipes. The ones below are tried and true. Some of them I think I made up in my head because I usually use what I have already on hand. Either way, I hope you guys enjoy and try them all!

 

10 Juicing Recipes

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#1 Orange Maddness

2 Carrots, 1/2 Sweet Potato, 2 Oranges, 1 inch Ginger

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#2 Nice and Easy

1 Apple, 2 Cucumbers

 

#3 Sweet and Simple

2 Carrots, 1 Orange

 

#4 All Green Salad Bar

Handful of Spinach, 1 Bell pepper, 2 Green apples, 2 Cucumbers, 1 inch Ginger

 

#5 Cutie Pie

Handful of Strawberries and Spinach, 1 Apple

 

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#6 Sip & Go

2 Apples, 2 Carrots

 

#7 Girl Wake Up

2 Cumbers, 1 Beet, 1 stick of Celery, 2 Apples, 2 Carrots

 

#8 Special Powers

Handful of Spinach, 2 Apples, 2 Cucumbers, 1 inch Ginger

 

#9 Sip & Run

2 Apples, 2 Carrots, 2 Cucumbers, 1 inch Ginger

 

#10 Virtuous Woman

1/2 Beet, 2 Apples, 2 Carrots

 

 

Bonus Juice: Angry Veggie Green Juice

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Handful of Spinach, 1 Beet, 2 Carrots, 1 stick of Celery, 2 Apples, 2 Cucumbers, 2 small Broccoli Stems, 1 inch Ginger

 

 

If you are new to juicing I would suggest sticking with the simpler recipes. Specifically the ones with fruits or veggies you are already fond of. After you get used to juicing then you can branch out and be more adventurous in the future if you decide this is beneficial to you.

 

Are there any juicing recipes that you would love to share? Are you afraid of juicing or have any other questions about it? Leave a comment below or leave a comment on the FB page.

 

Y’all Stay Blessed!

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9 thoughts on “Get Your Juice On! : 10 Juicing Recipes

  • March 7, 2014 at 6:42 am
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    Yum! Can’t wait to try these recipes! My favorite go-to juice of all time (and my babies too) is 2 red apples, 1lemon, about 2 handfuls of kale, 1 handful spinach, 3-5 carrots (depending on size), and ginger! If everything is Organic I keep the peels on (lemons, apples, carrots) if not I just peel it and juice it without! Delish!

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    • March 8, 2014 at 5:54 pm
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      Thank you so much for sharing your juice recipe. I will definitely let you know when I get a chance to try it out. It sounds very delicious.

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  • March 4, 2014 at 11:02 am
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    ok so I just tried NICE AND EASY(my husband wanted to try it instead lol)and I must say it is PRETTY TASTY!!!! I love the color..I used a green apple…will definitely be doing this a lot and I can’t wait to try the rest..I actually got a little pep from that :) Thanks again!

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    • March 8, 2014 at 5:56 pm
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      Np Sis, I am glad you got your hubby involved. Juicing is great for the entire family. Keep us updated on your juicing progress.

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  • March 4, 2014 at 10:44 am
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    On second thought I think I’ma try that GIRL WAKE UP!!! lol I need some energy

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  • March 4, 2014 at 10:27 am
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    Well I will be trying every single one..I love to juice but I just kinda throw whatever into the machine as well…I’m about to try the nice and easy right NOW!!let you know how it go…Thanks!!!

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    • March 8, 2014 at 5:55 pm
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      Great Sis, don’t forget to let us know which ones are your favorite.

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  • March 3, 2014 at 3:43 pm
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    I’m always looking for some new recipes. I have a few I’ve been drinking these past 2 weeks that I love. I’m gonna try some of your recipes, 20 more days to go!!
    1) 2 carrots, 2 cucumbers, 1 apple, handful of spinach, raw honey and water
    2) frozen strawberries and bananas, 3/4 c oats, almond milk, raw honey, handful of spinach
    3) frozen strawberries, mint, water, handful of spinach
    4) 2 bananas, 3/4 c oats, cinnamon, vanilla, almond milk, raw honey, handful of spinach, water

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    • March 8, 2014 at 5:58 pm
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      Great Job Sis on your challenge. We all wish you much success and it sounds like you are doing an amazing job. Thank you for your recipes, they sound more like smoothies than juicing but I will definitely use them. You just gave me another challenge idea SMOOTHIES!!

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