Spicy Bite Green Juice Recipe

Spicy Bite Green Juice

You know it’s been a while since I have featured a delicious juicing recipe but no better time like the present and I am bringing to you my own concoction – Spicy Bite Green Juice!  I heard about Williams-Sonoma’s Juice Week and y’all know how much I love shopping in that place.  I actually use several products purchased from there while juicing including my awesome strainer which removes all of the excess pulp.

Also, if you didn’t know, Williams-Sonoma also carries a host of juicers to choose from so you can make your very own smooth and fresh juices.  Check out their inventory of brands and various price points by clicking here —->  http://www.williams-sonoma.com/shop/electrics/electrics-juicers/.

I hope everyone’s Summer has been awesome.  I can’t believe we are about to head back to school in just a few short weeks.  Unfortunately this Summer did not come with many or any vacations but we hope to sneak away with the kids for a couple of days to wind down before the Fall school season ramps up.

If you have been following my blog for a quick minute then you know I have been receiving organic produce from Farmivore that I’ve been juicing on a regular basis.  Well I felt like getting a little creative and spicing it up.  This Spicy Bite Green Juice was just the right creation.  It has a nice balance of sweet with a nice little “kick” from the ginger and lemon.  

Check it out – make it and let me know what you think.

Ingredients

Bunch of kale

piece of ginger

4 apples

2 cucumbers

1 whole lemon peeled

2 anjou pears

Equipment

Omega VRT350 Juicer

Instruction:  Clean and prep all food for juicer.  Send through juicer, put in a cute glass and enjoy!  Feel the bite.

Spicy Bite Green Juice 2

 

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What’s your favorite spicy juice to make? 

5 Replies to "Spicy Bite Green Juice Recipe"

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    Amy
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    August 16, 2014 (1:46 pm)

    That looks like a tasty smoothie and a great way to get those greens into my diet! How many servings does that recipe make?

    I’m getting more into smoothie-making now that my son will eat them with me, but I will eventually need to invest in a nicer blender or juicer!
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    Deborah
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    August 16, 2014 (6:15 pm)

    ooh that one does look good too!
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    Angie
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    August 16, 2014 (11:09 pm)

    We made a spicy juice, it was tomato, jalapeno, celery, lime….can’t remember if there was anything else. I am back logged a bit but have a ton of juice recipes to get on the blog. After vacation it will get done lol
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