Best juicing recipes

The juicer stands as one of the most coveted home appliances on the market. Being the proud owner of a juicer opens up untold possibilities in the worlds of flavor, nutrition, and cuisine—after all, juicing is one of the most delicious ways to welcome more fresh fruits, veggies, and herbs into your diet. 


Yet with so many juice recipes to choose from, it’s not always easy to know where to start.

Fortunately, with a little experimentation, you’ll discover a limitless array of the best juicing recipes to help launch your juicing journey. Rev up your juicer and find some of the top blends to try, whether you’re starting your day fresh, hosting a happy hour, or need a sneaky hack to get the kids to eat their kale.

Best juice to get your greens: The green zinger

From a health perspective, it’s not easy to overdo it on green vegetables. Fortunately, the same is true for green juice: whether you’re vegetable-shy or a diehard vegan, green juices are a brilliant way to supplement leafy veggies and turn them into a delicious drink. 

Case in point: the Green Zinger, a fresh juice recipe that adds incredible complexity to some of our most run-of-the-mill greens.

To make this green juice recipe, you’ll need a cold-press juicer and:

● 3 medium-sized Granny smith apples

● 4 lush leaves of either Swiss chard or Tuscan kale

● ½ mint leaves

● 3 centimeters of fresh ginger

● 2 medium-sized cucumbers (Persian is optimal)

● 2 medium-sized kiwis

● 1 large, peeled orange, with pith removed

One of the most complex-flavored healthy juice recipes in the bunch, this concoction is easy to make with a cold-pressed juicer. Here’s how:

1. Using the BOOST speed, gradually add apples, kale, mint, and ginger through your juicer. start with the toughest ingredients first (particularly when using a cold-pressed machine).

2. Next, process cucumbers and kiwis on the FAST setting.

3. Finally, add your oranges and juice on the QUIET speed.

There you have it: A light, mildly effervescent, and perfectly flavor-balanced green juice recipe containing ginger juice and apple juice that’s fresher than anything you’ll pick up in the grab-and-go aisle.

Best juice to fuel your workout: Beet the blues

Find your personal “Eye of the Tiger” with Beet the Blues—the ideal, even-keeled dose of energy before or after a workout. 

To make it, you’ll need a bluicer (a powerful hybrid combination of a blender and juicer) and the following ingredients:

● 2 ripe, medium-sized pears

● ¾ cup of blueberries

● 2 raw, small-sized beets

● 2 medium-sized zucchini

Here’s how to charge ahead on this healthy juice recipe:

1. Start by putting your blueberries and pears in the blender

2. Attach the blender to the juice collector spout with the juicing attachment on

3. First, send your beets through the juicer on the HARD setting

4. Change the setting to SOFT, then press your zucchini

5. Swap out the juice collector for a blender jar, shift setting to GREEN SMOOTHIE, and combine all ingredients until silky.

Enjoy this fresh juice and veggie-smoothie or Bluice hybrid solo, or garnish with some thin slices of pear. Be sure to enjoy 1 to 2 hours before a workout for best results.

Best juice to boost your mood: Orange you happy

If nothing else, the vibrant hue alone of Orange You Happy might be enough to brighten your day. 

To make this uplifting veggie beverage, you’ll need a cold-pressed juicer, plus:

● 3 medium-sized carrots

● 2 inches of fresh (not ground) turmeric

● ¼ of a large cantaloupe

● 3 medium-sized oranges (navel is best, but you can experiment with any variety)

Here’s how to make it:

1. Start by adding carrots and fresh turmeric to the juicer on the BOOST setting

2. Next, send through the cantaloupe on the FAST speed (since it has a softer consistency)

3. Lastly, add the oranges on the QUIET setting

Chill, serve, and sip all day.

Best juice to reset your routine: App’ocado spice

The impossibly velvety, nutritionally dense “App’ocado Spice” recipe is the perfect energizing treat for days when you’re feeling devitalized or uninspired. 

You’ll need a juicer and a blender, or a combo Bluicer, to make this reset recipe, as well as:

● One-half of a small, ripe avocado

● 1 tablespoon of walnuts

● ½ teaspoon of ground cinnamon

● ¼ teaspoon of vanilla extract

● 6 ice cubes

● 4 medium-sized tart, green apples

● 2 ½ cups spinach or baby spinach

● 2 large cucumbers

Here’s how to make it:

1. Combine avocado, nuts, cinnamon, vanilla, and ice in a blender

2. Juice the apples and spinach on the HARD setting

3. Pause, reduce speed to MEDIUM, and add the cucumbers to your juicer

4. Pour your juice into the blender and blend until velvety on the GREEN SMOOTHIE setting

To make this apple juice-based beverage extra special and stand out among other homemade juice recipes, add a dash of ground walnuts or cinnamon to garnish.

Yummiest juice for the younger generation: Purple haze

Getting the kiddos to eat their greens can be a challenge. When the time comes, Purple Haze is that juice recipe to smuggle in those veggies on stealth mode.

To make it, you’ll need a cold-pressed juicer as well as:

● 2 raw, small beets

● 2 medium-sized tart green apples

● 2 to 4 leaves of purple kale

● 2 cups of red grapes

● 2 medium-sized oranges

An ultra-quick recipe, here’s how to make it:

1. Send beets, apples, and kale into the juicer on the BOOST setting

2. Next, process grapes on the FAST setting

3. Finally, process the oranges on the QUIET setting

Assemble their favorite cups, serve with silly straws, and for extra parental bonus points, have the kids say “Ahh!”—they’ll get a kick out of their purple tongues.

Best grown-up juices for happy hour

You can make cocktail hour a touch more hydrating by juicing some whole fruits and vegetables while you play bartender. These two healthy juice recipes have our vote when the clock strikes 5pm.

Keep it classic: The Bloody Mary

Your juicer could be your best friend the next time brunch rolls around—the timeless Bloody Mary has never been easier to concoct.

To create it, you’ll need a cold-press juicer and:

● 12 medium-sized, ripe tomatoes

● 4 stalks of celery

● 1 medium-sized lemon

● 4 teaspoons of Worcestershire sauce

● ½ teaspoon of tabasco sauce

● ⅔ cup of vodka

● Flaky sea salt

● Black pepper (freshly ground is best)

This boozy recipe will keep 4 of your brunch guests feeling chummy and rosy-cheeked all afternoon long:

1. Start by sending tomatoes and celery into your juicer on the FAST setting.

2. Next, juice your lemon on the QUIET setting.

3. Removing the juice container, add Worcestershire and tabasco sauce, plus your vodka.

4. Stir and season with salt and pepper until you reach your desired flavor balance.

To serve, decant your bloody mary into highballs with crushed ice. Top with a leafy stalk of celery, a dash of sea salt and pepper, and voilà: Sunday brunch’s favorite cocktail.

Get creative: Cucumber jalapeño margarita

Tired of lime margaritas but have a craving for tequila? Try its sweet-as-pie cousin, the Orange and Berry Margarita

To make it, you’ll need a fresh juice and blender combo and:

3 cups of peeled and cut-up watermelon

● Lime, sliced

● Coarse sea salt

● 1 ¼ cups frozen raspberries

● 1 cup chilled tequila

● ⅓ cup triple sec or Cointreau

● ¼ cup agave nectar

● 2 medium-sized oranges

This cocktail takes a degree of mis-en-place, but it’s well worth the effort:

1. First, place your chopped watermelon into a plastic bag and leave in the freezer for at least 3 hours. 

2. Prep 4 glasses by smothering their rims in lime and dipping them into salt. Leave in the freezer and let set while you make the margaritas.

3. Introduce the watermelon, raspberries, tequila, triple sec, and agave to your blender or bluicer.

4. First, send your oranges through the juicer using the MEDIUM setting.

5. Replace juicer with blender jar and blend orange juice with frozen fruit and alcohol on the FROZEN COCKTAIL setting until velvety.

6. To serve, remove glassware from the freezer, pour your margaritas, and toast to the joy of delectable craft cocktails at home.

Bring more color to your kitchen with Breville

Any time you want to enjoy the benefits of juicing and extract the nutrients from a vegetable or retain its flavor while reducing its mass, the different types of juicers, blenders, and bluicers are a home chef’s best friend.

When you bring Breville to your kitchen, you add a level of mastery to cooking that can only come from the most beautiful, high-quality home kitchen appliances being manufactured today. 

Breville stands for unforgettable products—the ones we make and the recipes you create when you’re using them. To start your juicing journey, explore our cold-press juicers, centrifugal juicers, and manual juice presses today.



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2. Hopkins Medicine. Ginger Benefits.

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4. Healthline. 12 Evidence-Based Health Benefits of Magnesium.

5. Johns Hopkins Medicine. Turmeric Benefits.

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