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Are you a fan of juices? I’m not talking about those sugary, sweet supermarket kinds, but the homemade varieties. These drinks provide you with massive antioxidant, fruit and veggie boosts with minimal effort — plus juicing and cleansing your body  go hand in hand. That’s why you want to try out the juicing recipes that are just right for you.

You can buy all-natural juices from specialty brands, but they aren’t easy on the wallet — just a few days’ worth can quickly add up. Luckily, juices are easy to make at home with a juicer or high-powered blender. But if you aren’t sure what ingredients make the best juices, get excited. These delicious, nutritious juicing recipes from around the Web are sure to pique your taste buds and make healthy living taste that much more delicious. 


22 Healthy, Homemade Juicing Recipes

1. Anti-Inflammatory Juice

Inflammation is the root of most diseases  — so why not stop it at the source? This juice is packed with anti-inflammatory foods that leave you feeling great. Pro tip: Use canned pineapple packed in juice (not syrup!) when pineapple isn’t in season to keep this juice easy on the wallet.

Anti-Inflammatory-Juice
Photo:  Anti-Inflammatory Juice / Dr. Axe

2. Beet and Berry Liver Cleanse Juice

Beets and berries: No, it isn’t a new band, but a juice recipe your liver will thank you for. That’s because it’s packed with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties that make for a great liver cleanse — plus, can you really resist that luscious color?!


3.  Beet Carrot Apple Juice

Swap your afternoon coffee for this juice when that post-lunch slump hits. Refreshing and made with just a handful of ingredients, this beet carrot apple juice is the perfect perk.


4.  Belly Buster Green Juice

Give your metabolism a jump-start with this citrus-based juice. Try it as a light breakfast or as an accompaniment to your normal eggs.

Belly Buster Green Juice
Photo:  Belly Buster Green Juice / Linda Wagner

5.  Cellulite and Fat-Killer Juice

Who knew that staples like grapefruit, lemons and limes could help naturally reduce cellulite and detox the body? I love that the main ingredient, grapefruit , is a natural weight loss and cellulite reducer. Plus, who needs orange juice when grapefruit is packed with vitamin C?


6.  Cherry Mango Anti-Inflammatory Juice

Three fruity, juicy ingredients make for one naturally sweet juice. This recipe, packed with antioxidants and immunity-boosting ingredients, is the perfect way to start your day right.


7.  Cleansing Green Juice

It’s not always easy to get enough greens in each day. Luckily, this juice helps you fight half the battle. Packed with cucumbers, celery and lettuce, you’ll have a few servings of veggies before breakfast is over.


8. Ginger-Aid Immune Juice

So simple, yet so good. This immunity-boosting juice is loaded with everyone’s favorite green, kale , and garlic, one of the best natural anti-inflammatory agents. It’s zesty, it’s power-packed and it’s the juice you need.

Ginger-Aid Immune Juice
Photo:  Ginger-Aid Immune Juice / Free People

9.  Ginger, Carrot, Turmeric and Grapefruit Juice

Powerful turmeric is one of the most powerful spices around, so it’s no surprise that it makes an appearance in this zesty, wholesome juice. You won’t believe the flavor that comes out of just four ingredients, either.


10.  Golden Glow Elixir Juice

Blended with water, this golden glow elixir might not be a strict “juice,” but you won’t mind once you notice how great it leaves you feeling. Apples and oranges make an appearance, as do turmeric and ginger , a digestive wonder.


11.  Grand Daddy Purple Juice

Sure, you’ve heard of green juice, but are you ready for purple juice? A variety of bold-colored fruits and veggies are found in this juice, from beets and red cabbage to carrots and kale. It might sound like a weird combo, but this juice is filled with cancer-fighting compounds and anti-inflammatory agents — and there’s nothing weird about that.

Grand Daddy Purple Juice
Photo:  Grand Daddy Purple Juice / Breast Cancer Maven

12.  Green Juice for Women

Ladies, this one is especially for you. If you find your hormones out of whack or need help feeling like yourself during that time of the month, try this green juice. This juicing recipe, brimming with parsley, celery, spirulina powder and other nutrients, is just what the doctor ordered.


13.  Homemade V8 Juice

There’s no reason to buy V8 juice in the store — you can make the bottled drink yourself. Simmering or steaming the veggies first gives this juice recipe just the right texture while adding Worcestershire sauce provides just the right amount of saltiness. Bye bye, V8. Hello homemade.


14.  Hot Pink Beautifying Juice

Not only is this juice absolutely stunning in color (don’t let the pink keep you away, men!), but it’s great for you too. The beets pack an anti-inflammatory punch and detox the blood — and there’s so much pigment that you won’t believe there’s a bunch of kale in there, too.

Hot Pink Beautifying Juice
Photo: Hot Pink Beautifying Juice / VegAnnie

15.  Immunity-Boosting Juice

The next time you feel a cold coming on, stop it in its tracks with this immunity-boosting juice recipe. Vitamins in general are terrific at building up your defenses, and this juice is full of them, from vitamin C to vitamin A . And with just enough sweetness, thanks to the apple, this juice feels more like a treat than a natural cold-preventer.


16.  Migraine Reliever Juice

Is your head throbbing? Sip on this juice. Magnesium is known to be a headache remedy , and this drink has heaps of it. With just half a pineapple (use canned if necessary), your choice of leafy greens, a stick of celery, lemon and ginger, you likely already have the ingredients you need.


17.  Orange Carrot Ginger Juice

If you think fresh drinks are just for adults, think again. This kid-friendly juice recipe is a great way to sneak some extra veggies into your child’s diet. Plus, it tastes so good the entire family will love it!

Orange Carrot Ginger Juice
Photo: Orange Carrot Ginger Juice / Dr. Axe

18.  Pineapple Kale Juice

While this juice might taste like a sip of the tropics, it’s pretty impressive how much green is in here. We’re talking kale and Swiss chard , which is often overshadowed by its popular cousin but full of antioxidants and other nutrients in its own right. Start your day with this simple beverage.


19.  Red Spark Energy Juice

This powerful juice is the perfect way to energize in the morning. If the color alone doesn’t do it, the refreshing flavors of grapefruit, oranges and berries will.


20.  Spinach Shots

It’s time to knock back a few shots — spinach shots, that is. This shot requires just three ingredients for a quick snack and veggie boost. I especially love the suggestion to cook up the leftover pulp and toss with pasta for a super-simple dinner.


21.  Strawberry, Watermelon and Cucumber Juice

If you’re a fan of store-bought fruit juices, this homemade juice recipe will change your world. Strawberries, watermelon and cucumber combine to produce one of the most refreshing, zestiest drinks you’ve had. For even more flavor, serve this one with fresh mint.

Strawberry, Watermelon and Cucumber Juice
Photo:  Strawberry, Watermelon and Cucumber Juice / Living Chic Mom

22.  Sweet Cilantro Juice

OK, cilantro haters won’t enjoy this juice recipe. But for those who are fans of the herb, this juice is a real treat. That’s because cilantro rids the body of heavy metals, lowers anxiety and improves sleep — not too shabby! Adding oranges ensures this juice doesn’t taste super “green” and adds some vitamin C-packed citrus. Yum!

Read Next:  20 Greatest Green Smoothie Recipes


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Four kid-friendly fruit and veg juices.

Fruit and veg juice children Juicing is massive right now. Juice bars are cropping up all over the country, local shops are now stocking juice drinks and my social media feeds are full of people embarking on juice-only diets. I have to admit I first got into juicing a few years ago when I drank only fruit and veg juice for three days in order to lose a few pounds for an event. Looking back now it was ridiculous. I didn’t need to lose any weight (I’d pay good money to have that pre-baby body back again!) and surviving on only juice for three days whilst I was working 11 hour days and exercising was quite frankly stupid.

Fruit and veg juice children Thankfully I ditched the faddy diet quickly but my fondness of juicing has remained. Fast forward a few years I am already on my second juicer (this Philips Whole Fruit Juicer *). I try to use it a couple of times a week and lately have been introducing my little fussy eater to more and more ambitious fruit and vegetable juice concoctions.

She was quite resistant at first but now will drink small amounts of most juices that I make. Juicing should not be used as a replacement for fresh fruit and veg for kids, but it is a great way to get some extra nutrients into them, especially from produce that they may otherwise refuse to eat.

Fruit and veg juice children Here are some of my tips for introducing kids to juicing:

1. Get them involved in the process. Bring them to the supermarket or your local fruit and veg shop and get them excited about choosing your produce together. Juicers are not machines to be used by little people but encourage them to watch you juicing. They’ll be amazed to see the carrot going in and juice coming out!

2. Start with more fruit than veg juice. It will take their taste buds a little while to adjust to vegetable juice so introduce that slowly.

3. Add water to the juices if necessary.

4. My juicer makes quite smooth juices but you can always strain the juice to remove any little bits that your fussy eaters don’t like.

5. Fresh juice tastes best cold so be sure to chill it before you offer it to them.

6. Use pretty glasses and colourful straws to make the juice appear more enticing to little eyes.

Child friendly juice recipe The four juices I make the most for my fussy eater are:

1. Apple Lemonade

2. ABC Juice (apple, beetroot and carrot)

3. Kale & Pineapple

4. Carrot & Orange

The quantities are set out in the recipe below. I hope you and your fussy little eaters enjoy them!

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Four kid-friendly fruit and veg juices


Ingredients

  • Each makes 250ml of juice
  • Apple Lemonade – 2 apples, 1/2 small lemon
  • ABC Juice – 1 apple, 2 carrot, 50g beetroot
  • Kale & Pineapple – 200g kale, 1 large slice pineapple
  • Carrot & Orange – 2 carrot, 1 orange

Instructions

  1. Wash the fruit and veg. Cut into pieces if necessary (some juicers are allow you to put whole pieces of fruit in, some require you to chop it up).
  2. Chill and serve over ice.
  3. The juices are best served that same day but I do sometimes make them in bulk and keep them in the fridge for 48 hours.

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  1. Great juice recipe to try out. Keep up your great work posting more recipe 🙂

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  2. Love these. I put it in a NON seethrough cup with lid so kids dont see the colour and be turned off before even trying it. They love it cant wait to tell them what veggies and fruits in it…

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    • Love that tip!!!

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  3. Can you taste the vegetables or does the fruit sort of mask them while still giving you all the nutrients you need?

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    • The taste is masked with the fruit so they are still quite sweet

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      • Do we cut it in chunks

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  4. I found some new juice recipe and i am also like it , its look its color ………taste woow….: https://www.sooperchef.pk/mint-margarita-recipe/

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  5. YUMM I LOVED LOVED LOVED THIS JUICE

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  6. Fab way to get things like beetroot and kale into my little one who is really fussy!

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  7. My little girl and I both love the ABC juice! Great way of getting things like beetroot and kale into kids as I know my little one wouldn’t touch either of those things if served with her dinner!

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  8. This looks great and can’t wait to try them! Do you peel your lemon?

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    • No I dont peel it

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  9. Eating habits that are established in childhood often remain with people their entire lives. Numerous jokes have been made and funny stories told about the struggles many parents face when seeking to get their children to eat vegetables.

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  10. Thank you for sharing I cant wait for my kids to try these

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  11. Hi
    Can you recommend a recipe using kale and spinach but with no fruit that children might like?

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    • Most of the time fruit is added to sweeten the juice. Kale and spinach can be rather bitter but if you’re kids don’t mind the strange color of the juice try adding carrots or even a small amount of beet root to it as well it will not look very nice but it will taste better.

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  12. hi,
    i am considering producing fresh and healthy fruit juices for children commercially.
    Can you advise on ways to preserve them for at least a week or two?

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    • Sorry I have no idea!!!

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    • Fresh ….. is preservative free!!!!!!!!

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