Green Juice Recipe

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This Green Juice Recipe is packed with kale, cucumbers, celery, lemon, ginger, and apples! Loaded with fruits and veggies, this juice is healthy and delicious!

Juicing is never a meal substitute, but something I add on to really pack in my fruits and veggies. This Green Juice Recipe makes me feel so good and I actually really do enjoy how it tastes. It’s also the perfect gateway into juicing if you’re somebody who doesn’t necessarily love the taste of vegetables!

Green Juice tooooo the rescue! This recipe makes FOUR cups of juice and within that holds superfood kale, cucumber, celery, lemon, ginger, and apples.

simple ingredients to make a truly delicious, super healthy, and really easy Green Juice Recipe!

What Does Green Juice Do for You?

While I really do love my fruits and veggies, I know it isn’t realistic (for me personally) to get what I need simply by eating them every day! That why I love, love, LOVE juicing.

Green juice for me = more fruits, veggies, and nutrients into my body!


Is It Better to Juice or Blend? Is Juicing Really Better for You?

Now, I know, juicing is kind of controversial, because let’s be real, it’s probably better to actually EAT your veggies than drink them, because you’re missing out on all the fibers in the fruits and veggies, but drinking them is easier for me, and heck, that’s way better than nothing, yes? 

Plus, hellooooo this Green Juice Recipe is freakin’ delicious.

What Are the Best Green Juice Recipes?

Personally, I think THIS is the best tasting juice recipe and has a ton of benefits:

Um. It’s healthy. This recipe is PACKED with tons of fruits and veggies. It makes me feel good. Hello, glowy skin and happy tummy. It makes me make healthier choices throughout the day! It makes me CRAVE fruits and veggies more. Before juicing, I wasn’t a huge fan of cucumbers, but now? Gimme!

Have I convinced you? It’s healthy and delicious, makes you feel good, and comes together in 3 simple steps!


How Do I Make a Green Juice?

Step 1: Wash and prep your veggies. Need to save time? Do this the night before!

Step 2: Ummm juice them! We use this juicer, and yes, it’s a little pricy, but think of it as an investment! We’ve been using it for almost two years and we’re still crazy about it!

Step 2.5 – this is optional: Chill your juice!

How Long Are Juiced Vegetables Good For?

It’s really best to drink green juice right away, but CAN be left (covered) in the fridge for 24-48 hours.

Depending on the kind of juicer you have (look at your manual), it’s best to drink your juice immediately. With the juicer we have, this green juice can be kept in an airtight container in the fridge for 24 hours. I prefer my juice ice cold. 

Step 3: Drink and enjoy!

Now. Easy enough, yes? But here’s a question I get asked a lot:

Packed with loads of fruits and vegetables, this Green Juice Recipe is so good for you, naturally gluten-free and vegan, and is ridiculously delicious!

How Many Calories Are in A Green Juice?

Depends, but this recipe contains about 83 calories per cup!


Green Juice Recipe

This Green Juice Recipe is packed with kale, cucumbers, celery, lemon, ginger, and apples! Loaded with fruits and veggies, this juice is healthy and delicious! 

Prep Time: 15 minutes Yield: 4 cups

Recipe: Ingredients

1 bunch curly kale roughly chopped, 1 large lemon peeled and quartered

1-inch ginger peeled, 1 large cucumber cut into long strips

2 large granny smith apples cored and sliced

4 whole celery stalks

Instructions

Wash and prep veggies.

Juice in the order listed.

Optional – strain through a sieve (if you don’t like pulp)

Drink immediately and enjoy!*

Notes

Depending on the kind of juicer you have (look at your manual), it’s best to drink your juice immediately. With the juicer we have, this green juice can be kept in an airtight container in the fridge for 24 hours. I prefer my juice ice cold. 


Nutrition Information

Green Juice RecipeAmount Per Serving Calories 83%

Daily Value Sodium 15mg 1%

Potassium 374mg 11%

Carbohydrates 20g 7%, Fiber 3g 13%, Sugar 12g 13%

Protein 2g 4%

Vitamin A 3355IU 67%

Vitamin C 46.4mg 56%

Calcium 65mg 7%

Iron 0.8mg 4%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Do you like juicing? What’s your favorite fruit/veggie combo? Share with us in comment section 🙂 🙂

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