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becca piastrelli juice recipes

It’s no secret that I love juicing.

veggies for juicing

And my go-to green juice recipe usually involves the following ingredients: romaine lettuce, kale, celery, cucumber, apple, and lime/lemon.

veggies for green juice

I think this concoction is super delicious (not to mention nutrient-rich and ah-mazing for your body), but understand that the flavor can be a little intense for new juicers. I’ve had friends give me some real talk and tell me my green juice recipe tastes like grass or dirt. I was trying to think back to the first time I had green juice, and how I felt about it. I probably didn’t think it was super tasty, but it’s hard to remember now because I have come to love it so much.

breville juicer in action

So here are some recipes that a juicing beginner might find, I dare say, tolerable while starting out.

Apple Pear Beet Ginger

1 apple

1 pear

3 small red beets

1 inch piece of ginger

Kiwi Kick

6 kiwis

6 celery stalks

1 pear

Rhubarb Refreshment

3 leaves kale

4 stalks rhubarb

handful strawberries

handful blueberries

Watermelon Green Juice

2 cups watermelon

handful of kale

2 cucumbers

2 celery stalks

2 tbsp mint

1 lime

yummy green juice recipes

(Photos by Gina Marie Studios and Recipes adapted from Crazy Sexy Juice)


7 Responses to Beginner Juice Recipes

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  2. Nicola says:

    Oooo I’ve never tried Rhubarb, will def. try that out next time I make a juice! Thanks!

  3. Kathy says:

    Hello! I know it’s been 6+ months since you posted these juice recipes, but I wanted to say thnaks! 🙂 I’m a newbie juicer and it can be pretty intimidating seeing tons of all vegetable juices out there, These look like great recipes to baby-step into juicing & I’m excited to try them

  4. Sarah says:

    I have been wanting to start juicing and I have a question about how using a juicer like what you have compares to using a high powered blender like a Blendtec? I have a Blendtec and wondering if it’s worth the money to also have a juicer? Thanks for your help!

  5. becca says:

    Hi Sarah! You can make juice with your Blendtec by blending and then running the mixture through a sieve or cheesecloth. A juicer will extract the juice more efficiently, but you may want to try the blender first and see how you like it.

  6. Adam says:

    Thank you for sharing, I cant wait to try out these recipes.

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