I’m kind of in love with juicing. I borrowed my friends juicer last summer and totally loved it. I returned hers and because I loved it so much I bought the exact same one- this Cuisinart Juice Extractor. It’s easy to use, easy to clean and makes really great, smooth, pulp free juice. I’ve been on a mission for a while to get more fruits and especially veggies into my diet and juicing is a great way to do that. This recipe for what I’m calling “green goddess juice” is a great beginner juice. Its delicious and sweet and you wont even feel like you are drinking veggies.
I feel so good when I start out my day with some type of veggie and not just sugary carbs, don’t you? What is your favorite healthy breakfast? We like juice, smoothies, eggs with veggies and quiches. I wish I was more disciplined and made a good healthy breakfast everyday. I love my sweet potato breakfast hash and these egg quinoa cups both are totally filling breakfasts.
Green Goddess Juice
by Handmade in the Heartland
Ingredients (makes about 3 cups of Juice)
1 Pineapple, peeled & cored
1 Mango, peeled & pit removed
2 oranges, peeled
1 8oz bag of spinach
Prep all your ingredients by removing peels, pits and cores. Process through your juice extractor and Enjoy!
I like to keep my juice in an air tight container in the fridge for a few days if I don’t drink it immediately.
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What are your favorite juice combos? I’d love to try out some new recipes!
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