Posts Tagged ‘Pineapple’

1/2 large pineapple, peeled, cored and cut into cubes (about 1 1/2 cups)
1 pear
1 apple (my addition)
6 large kale or chard leaves
1 cup broccoli florets
1 heaping handful spinach
1 large cucumber
4 celery stalks
1 inch piece of ginger
1 avocado
1 handful of parsley (my addition)

Juice all ingredients but the avocado in your juicer. Transfer juice to your blender, and blend with the avocado until totally smooth. Serve immediately.

Modified Recipe by: Choosing Raw


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1 1/2 cups fresh pineapple
4 stalks celery
1/2 head kale
1/2 lemon (my addition)
1 small piece of ginger

Recipe by: Healthy Crush

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1 medium carrot
1 stalk celery
1/2 cucumber
1 cup pineapple
1 apple (my addition)
1/4 medium beet
1 handful parsley
1 handful kale (I used spinach because I am out of kale)
3 small slices ginger root

Nutritional Information:

Pineapple is an excellent source of vitamin C, as well as vitamins B1, B6, and minerals manganese, and copper. It is also a good source of Bromelain, which helps with digestion in the intestinal tract, decreases internal inflammation, decreases excessive coagulation of the blood, and lessens certain types of tumor growth.

Recipe by: JuicingPedia

Nutritional Summary: (this is for whole fruit – so take 95% of value and deduct fiber)
Per 10 ounces of juice ~ Makes 25 ounces of juice

Calories: 152.7
Total Fat: 1.0 g
Sodium: 127.4 mg
Potassium: 927.2 mgTotal Carb: 36.3
Fiber: 8.1 g
Sugars: 20.8 g
Protein: 3.5 g

Vit A: 252.5 %
Vit B-6: 17%
Vit C: 106.1%
Calcium: 11.6%

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1/2 of a pineapple
1/2 of a mini watermelon
1 mango
1 cup filtered water

Core and cut pineapple in half, then into chunks that will fit through your juicer chute.   Cut watermelon in half.  Cut the green outer rind away, then cut watermelon into large chunks.  Peel mango and cut into slices. Discard inner core/pit.  Push all ingredients through juicer.  Add one cup cold filtered water.  Chill for at least 30 minutes, then serve over ice.  Makes 4 cups.

I didn’t have a mango so I substituted it with peaches that we had canned.  And I didn’t add the extra water.  I ended up with my highest yielding juice yet.  With the 2 1/2 cups of peaches, I got 45 oz of juice.  And it as yummy and refreshing!!!!  I needed a change of pace.  The veggie juices were not sounding good right now.

Recipe by: My Juice Cleanse

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12-15 strawberries
1 pear
1 orange
2 rounds pineapple (my addition)

Wash fruits. Pinch the greens off the strawberries. Peel the orange leaving some of the pith. Break into segments. Remove stem from pear and cut into halves or quarters. Put all into the juice machine. Garnish with a piece of fruit. Makes approximately 12 oz. (with pineapple it yielded about 20 oz.)

Recipe by: My Juice Cleanse

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Tropical Envy

1/2 Beet
2 Carrots
1 Stalk Celery
1/2 Cucumber
1 in. Ginger
1 handful Parsley
2 rounds Pineapple

Recipe by: Ferns Nutrition

My thoughts – Hmm!  It definitely has a strong beet flavor.  It is growing on my as I drink it. I did put in half the beet greens also so that probably enhanced the beet flavor.  Something I learned with the parsley – put it in the same time as something else, like mix it with other greens or it will just fly through and not get chopped up.  This one will have to grow on me.  The beet flavor even hides the flavor of the ginger.  That says a lot in my book.  As a side note – I think this is the first time I had a juice without an apple in it.  I decided I need a box of apples 😀

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