ABC Juice – My current favorite juicing recipe

I’ve been trying to get back into the juicing groove lately. Since the last post I wrote about my juice cleanse, I’ve been pretty good at keeping up with it a few times a week, but I really have been trying my best to do one a day more recently.

I wanted to share a quick recipe that I’ve been enjoying. It’s so simple, easy to remember, and the ingredients are dirt cheap (and one of them happens to taste like dirt, ha)!

ABC Juice (Apple-Beet-Carrot)

mrspriss_ABC-Juice-Ingredients

  • 2 apples (I chose green for the tartness)
  • 2 beetroots (juice the greens too if they look nice and healthy!)
  • 3-4 carrots, ends trimmed

Put all ingredients in your juicer and serve immediately. (You guys totally couldn’t have figured that part out on your own. Happy to help.)

ABC-Juice

Something to be aware of is that BEETS STAIN LIKE A MO. It never fails, I always get this juice on me, no matter how careful I try to be. I once dropped a glass of it outside on the cement and it was stained pink for a month. It’s a pretty color, but COME ON.

beet-spew

That’s my shirt, 3 seconds after making this juice. I’m not making this up here, people!

11 thoughts on “ABC Juice – My current favorite juicing recipe

  1. Bummer about the stain! Might I suggest the world’s greatest stain remover…

    1 part Dawn dishsoap
    2 parts Hydrogen Peroxide

    Work like magic on almost everything!

  2. 1. Buy me a juicer
    2. Beets taste like garbage, how do people just eat them?! Good idea covering those babies up with some apples & carrots :P
    2. Mmmm, wet fruit.

    …No really, why does fruit look so delicious covered in little drops of dew?!

  3. AJ: Sometimes I’ll do that too with a lemon and a bit of ginger. It’s great that way!

  4. What kind of juicer do you have? I’ve recently read an article saying the juice that centrifugal juicers create is void of enzymes, nutrients, & vitamins. Is this true?

  5. Jennifer, I have a Jack Lalanne and it’s centrifugal. From what I hear, they’re the most inexpensive and good for beginners, but you’re right… they allow more air into the spinny part (no idea what it’s really called, haha) and create more heat, which causes oxidation and breaks down the enzymes/nutrients. That’s why they say to drink fresh juice immediately instead of storing it in your fridge… the less it’s exposed to air, the better! There are some MUCH better juicers out there and I can’t wait to be able to afford one. :)

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