If you’re not already on the juicing bandwagon, you’ll be ready to jump on by the time you get to the end of this list of delicious, energizing juice recipes. Juicing is an extraordinarily efficient way to get your vitamins, minerals and antioxidants straight from the source, rather than from a bottle. The flavor possibilities are virtually endless – try these recipes, ranging from spicy to sweet and creamy, or experiment to discover your favorites.
Pear, Mango & Spinach Juice
If you’re new to green juices, here’s a recipe that will pack in lots of nutritious spinach without tasting like grass. It’s green as can be, but you’ll be so bowled over by the favor of pear and mango that you won’t even notice. Get the recipe at Katie’s Cucina.
New Moon Midnight Juice
If the tantalizing color of this juice doesn’t lure you in, maybe the combination of pomegranate seeds, cranberries, oranges, lime and mint will. This juice is meant to be part of a detoxing cleanse by Cycle of the Moon, but it’s also just plain delicious.
Blood Orange Chili Juice
Don’t have a juicer? You can still make this tasty concoction. Just squeeze some bright red blood oranges and add spicy serrano chili and sweet agave nectar. Jennifer Chong has the recipe.
Get lots of green goodness into your day with this kale-based ‘green lemonade’ from Skinny Mom. The recipe includes green apples, lemon, cucumber, celery, kale and a bit of spicy ginger.
Ideal for hot summer days, this is one seriously refreshing juice. The recipe from All About Juicing consists of 2 green apples, 1/2 cucumber and a celery stalk for a hydrating drink.
Sweet Beet Juice
Denise Jones offers up a simple recipe for Sweet Beet Juice, which sweetens up the nutrition powerhouse using apples, mandarin oranges and carrots. Beet juice is a rich source of antioxidants and is said to protect the liver, decrease cardiovascular risk and lower the incidence of metabolic syndrome.
Watermelon & Cucumber Juice
Here’s another refreshing fresh juice recipe for warm weather: an enticing watermelon and cucumber cooler from Serious Eats.
This recipe is so insanely simple – just rhubarb, nothing else – that it almost seems silly that it’s a recipe at all. But rhubarb tends to be seriously overlooked, and in juice form it’s got a tart sweetness that’s really unique.
Turmeric Juice for Pain Relief
Did you know that turmeric, the spice that turns everything a beautiful goldenrod color, is a natural pain reliever? It’s especially powerful when paired with fruits and vegetables that have their own anti-inflammatory powers. Get the recipe for pain-relieving turmeric juice at So Let’s Hang Out.
Metabolism Booster Juice
Another recipe from Juicing for Health aims to kickstart a sluggish metabolism with apples, cucumber, beets, lemon and ginger.
Don’t want a full glass of juice? Try this recipe from Denise Jones. ‘Spinach Shots‘ are just an apple, a quarter of a lemon and three big handfuls of spinach for some nutrients and energy when you need it.
Sweet Potato Pear
In the mood for something a little different? This sweet potato pear juice recipe is creamy with a subtle sweetness and an extra boost from chia seeds.