The Best Fruit Juicing Recipes

The Best Fruit Juicing Recipes

The health benefits of cold pressed living juice are abundantly clear and so many people around the world are joining the cold pressed Living Juice revolution.

If you don't already have a juicer and you are wanting to increase the amount of raw food in yur diet, finding a quality Cold Press Juicer, and finding ways to incorporate using it in your day or week is how we would like to see it.

View our article Which Juicer is Right for Me? for help in deciding which juicer may best suit your unique requirements.

We have put together some healthy juicing recipes to get you started.

Meine Mango

Mangoes have one big advantage; they have a great and strong taste. Mangoes can be expensive if you live away from growing areas, but the good news is that one mango is more than enough for a good juice. There are at least twenty-two different types of mangos with the most exquisite taste. Usually we are lucky to be able to purchase one or two different variations during the stone fruit season.

Ingredients:
* 1 mango
* 1 papaya
* 4 oranges

Machine set up:
* First place the living juicer Juicing Strainer into the drum and onto the screw. Attach the drum cap onto the end of the drum by turning it counter clockwise until you feel it sits firmly. Then screw the Juicing Nozzle onto the drum cap turning it counter clockwise onto notch 0.
* Place your Juice Pitcher under the Juice Outlet and place the other pitcher under the machines Pulp Discharge Outlet in order to catch the pulp.
* Always be sure to start the machine before you enter anything into the Guide and keep the machine running until finished.
Preparation instructions:
* juice the oranges, papaya and mango on notch 1

Preparation time: 8 min

Yields: 2 glasses

Preparation hints:
For this juice I remove the pithy part of the oranges, as it doesn’t go too well with the exotic consistency of this tropical juice. In some countries the seeds of the papaya are swallowed as they are meant to contain the greatest amount of papain. I usually swallow one or two soup spoons full of these seeds and really enjoy the taste and benefits.

Nutritional information:
Mango supports the immune system and helps to maintain the collagen in our body. It is rich in beta-carotene, vitamin C and A. Papaya is rich in vitamin C, A, carotene, flavonoids, silicon, papain and magnesium. Papain is a protein that aids in the digestion. Papaya also has anti-inflammatory properties. Oranges contain an essential oil called ‘limonene’ and they are said to have anti-carcinogenic properties.

Old Chinatown with Lychees

The lychee, also spelled ‘litchee’, ‘lichi’ or ‘lichee’ grows on an evergreen tree that has been cultivated in China for thousands of years. They are mouthwatering to taste and unfortunately in most countries their price is high but affordable for special occasions.

Ingredients:
* 6 cups white grapes
* 2 cups lychees

Machine set up:
* First place the living juicer Juicing Strainer into the drum and onto the screw. Attach the drum cap onto the end of the drum by turning it counter clockwise until you feel it sits firmly. Then screw the Juicing Nozzle onto the drum cap turning it counter clockwise onto notch 0.
* Place your Juice Pitcher under the Juice Outlet and place the other pitcher under the machines Pulp Discharge Outlet in order to catch the pulp.
* Always be sure to start the machine before you enter anything into the Guide and keep the machine running until finished.

Preparation instructions:
* peal the lychees and remove the seeds
* then juice lychees and grapes on notch 2
* remove left-over liquid in the drum by slowly opening the drum cap while holding a container underneath

Preparation time: 12 min

Yields: 2 glasses

Preparation hints:
This juice is very sweet and contains a lot of natural fruit sugar. It is great for afternoon tea to boost yourself for the rest of the day. You can also use longan or rambutan instead of lychee fruits. Rambutans are not as juicy but their seed is very easy to remove. Use grapes with seeds as they also contain valuable nutrients. I tend to buy organic grapes where possible as non-organic are usually heavily sprayed and require a very good washing.

Nutritional information:
Lychees are an excellent source of vitamin C and also provide small quantities of dietary fiber. White Grapes contain rare key elements such as copper, fluorine, manganese, phosphorus, calcium, tartaric acid and flavonoids. The seeds of grapes contain phosphorus and should therefore be eaten or juiced. Seedless grapes miss out on the benefits of the seeds.

Juice Blues with Blueberries

Getting the blues with your juice can happen, especially with this one. Whilst making this juice you may get blue stained fingers and lips from the juicing and drinking, so be careful in your preparation.

Ingredients:
* 4 pears
* 2 cups blueberries
* 7-8 apricots
* ½ cup hazelnuts
* add some water

Machine set up:
* First place the living juicer Juicing Strainer into the drum and onto the screw. Attach the drum cap onto the end of the drum by turning it counter clockwise until you feel it sits firmly. Then screw the Juicing Nozzle onto the drum cap turning it counter clockwise onto notch 0.
* Place your Juice Pitcher under the Juice Outlet and place the other pitcher under the machines Pulp Discharge Outlet in order to catch the pulp.
* Always be sure to start the machine before you enter anything into the Guide and keep the machine running until finished.

Preparation instructions:
* slice the pineapple into 5 thin slices
* slice the pear into 4 parts
* wash blueberries thoroughly
* then juice the pear on notch 1
* then juice the pineapple and the blueberries on notch 2
* grind the nuts in the mincer on notch 2 and add them to the mixture

Preparation time: 10 min

Yields: 2 glasses

Preparation hints:
Be careful with blueberry stains. Use a hard pear and juice it with the seeds and peal. Select a ripe pineapple that smells sweet on the outside. Decorate with a cranberry or a strawberry at the rim, as the color matches well.

Nutritional information:
Pears have a lot of carbohydrates, sulfur, pectin, calcium and many more vitamins. They have a cleansing effect on the skin and can act as a very light laxative. Blueberries are a good source of vitamin C and dietary fiber.

Tommy Tomato

Tomatoes have the most delicious taste. They are used all over the world to enhance the flavor of dishes. The tomato originated in the Andes in South America and was brought to Europe in the 16th century. Its eating qualities have been widely recognized since the early 19th century. Today the tomato is the second most consumed fruit and vegetable after the potato.

Ingredients:
* 10 tomatoes
* ½ red capsicum
* 10 chives
* ½ cup macadamia nuts
* pinch of sea salt and black pepper

Machine set up:
* First place the living juicer Juicing Strainer into the drum onto the screw. Attach the drum cap onto the end of the drum by turning it counter clockwise until you feel it sits firmly. Then screw the Juicing Nozzle onto the drum cap turning it counter clockwise onto notch 0.
* Place your Juice Pitcher under the Juice Outlet and place the other pitcher under the machines Pulp Discharge Outlet in order to catch the pulp.
* Always be sure to start the machine before you enter anything into the Guide and keep the machine running until finished.

Preparation instructions:
* cut each tomato into 4 pieces
* juice the vegetables alternating with the herbs on notch 1
* grind the macadamia nuts with the mincing strainer and stir them into the juice
* season with sea salt and black pepper

Preparation time: 10 min

Yields: 2 glasses

Preparation hints:
I prefer to use fleshy tomatoes, the ones you can use for cooking as well. For the best taste, use Roma tomatoes. Tomatoes in general are hard to juice. The Oscar does it incredibly well compared to other juicers, which often can’t do it at all. Be patient and juice the pulp again if you find it is too moist. It is worth the effort, as a fresh tomato juice tastes so delicious. Season with salt and pepper to taste.

Nutritional information:
Tomatoes have vitamin A, B1, B2, B3, C, E, potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, iron, folic acid, calcium and sodium. They are known liver cleansers and assist in fatigue syndromes. Chives taste like a miniature onion and are a good source of iron, dietary fiber and vitamins. Eaten in such small amounts, the flavor is the most significant part of this herb. Pepper comes originally from India and is used mainly for its sharp bite, flavor and color. Sea salt in small quantities is a good source of sodium.

Vitamin C Thriller with Grapefruits

When you feel a cold is on the run, quickly grab yourself this juice twice a day. The best thing is to feed the whole family and friends with this juice so their immune system gets a little help as well. Usually when your body needs a particular substance to stay healthy it will love the taste of the food containing that particular substance. It’s not uncommon to develop an urge to drink this juice when you feel a bit run down or stressed.

Ingredients:
* 2 yellow grapefruits
* slice of ginger
* 2-3 green apples
* slice of lemon

Machine set up:
* First place the living juicer Juicing Strainer into the drum, then onto the screw. Attach the drum cap onto the end of the drum by turning it counter clockwise until you feel it sits firmly. Then screw the Juicing Nozzle onto the drum cap turning it counter clockwise onto notch 0.
* Place your Juice Pitcher under the Juice Outlet and place the other pitcher under the machines Pulp Discharge Outlet in order to catch the pulp.
* Always be sure to start the machine before you enter anything into the Guide and keep the machine running until finished.

Preparation instructions:
* cut the apples into 6 pieces and remove the core
* peal the grapefruits and leave the pithy white part on
* juice the fruits with the ginger going in first on notch 2

Preparation time: 10 min

Yields: 2 glasses

Preparation hints:
If you need to make a large amount of this juice you can juice 1-2 litres at once and keep it in the fridge for at least 24 hours without loosing any of its original flavors. If the screen gets clogged while you are juicing, stop the machine, remove the strainer, rinse off the screen and keep on juicing. This hardly ever happens though, and you will notice it when the amount of juice coming from the juicing Outlet decreases.

Nutritional information:
Grapefruits improve the permeability and strength of the capillary walls. It assists with the break down of mucus and fever in coughs, colds, flu and sore throats. Apples help to build resistance to infections. The pectin they contain absorbs toxins in the gut and helps with their elimination.

Grab the Fruit Smoothie

This is a very soothing, refreshing, vitalizing and rejuvenating combination. This juice puts a twinkle in your eye and gives you good looks and pleasantly fresh breath. A great drink before a dance party when you want to be fit and stunningly good looking.

Ingredients:
* 3 pink grapefruits
* a few mint leaves
* 2 kiwifruits

Machine set up:
* First place the living juicer Juicing Strainer into the drum, onto the screw. Attach the drum cap onto the end of the drum by turning it counter clockwise until you feel it sits firmly. Then screw the Juicing Nozzle onto the drum cap turning it counter clockwise onto notch 0.
* Place your Juice Pitcher under the Juice Outlet and place the other pitcher under the machines Pulp Discharge Outlet in order to catch the pulp.
* Always be sure to start the machine before you enter anything into the Guide and keep the machine running until finished.

Preparation instructions:
* peal the grapefruits and slice the kiwifruits in 4 pieces lengthwise
* turn the notch on the Juicing Nozzle to 1
* juice the kiwifruits first and then the grapefruits
* to get the maximum juice from the mint leaves, push them inside a slice of kiwifruit and juice them together

Preparation time: 10 min

Yields: 2 glasses

Preparation hints: the white part of the grapefruit on if you wish to have a creamier juice, which is rich in bioflavonoids. You can juice the kiwi with the peal if you like. For decoration use a thin slice of kiwifruit with the peal and let it hang on the rim of your glass. Then roll a mint leave into a roll and stick it into the kiwifruit slice. This decoration looks complicated but is really simple to make.

Nutritional information:
Grapefruit is another vitamin C thriller. It also contains other goodies such as vitamin B complex, vitamin E, biotin, folic acid, pectin, inositol and bioflavonoids. Bioflavonoids assist in the vitamin C uptake and it is therefore useful to leave the white part on for the juicing of citrus fruits, rich in vitamin C. Kiwifruit is also rich in vitamin C and contains magnesium, calcium, potassium and phosphorus.

Summer Kisses with Watermelon

Watermelon is a great juicing fruit that leaves hardly any pulp at all. It’s best consumed on its own as a starter in the morning, an hour before your first snack or before breakfast. Watermelon stimulates the appetite and due to the high natural fructose content it will get you moving immediately.

Ingredients:
* ½ watermelon
* slice of lime
* ½ tsp cold-washed honey

Machine set up:
* First place the living juicer Juicing Strainer into the drum, onto the screw. Attach the drum cap onto the end of the drum by turning it counter clockwise until you feel it sits firmly. Then screw the Juicing Nozzle onto the drum cap turning it counter clockwise onto notch 0.
* Place your Juice Pitcher under the Juice Outlet and place the other pitcher under the machines Pulp Discharge Outlet in order to catch the pulp.
* Always be sure to start the machine before you enter anything into the Guide and keep the machine running until finished.

Preparation instructions:
* cut the watermelon in long thick slices
* peal the lime
* juice the watermelon with the lime on notch 2
* stir honey into the mixture

Preparation time: 8 min

Yields: 2 glasses

Preparation hints:
Selecting the right watermelon requires a little practice. Usually a ripe watermelon is heavy for its size and when you hit it with your knuckles it makes a hollow sound. If you are not sure what to do, ask a shop assistant until you are an expert yourself. Using forest or wild bush honey with a strong flavor can turn this juice into a taste sensation!

Nutritional information:
Watermelon contains vitamin A, C, B1, B2, B3, potassium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus and many enzymes. It helps eliminate excessive uric acid and flushes the kidneys and bladder. Substances in honey act as natural antiseptics. Lime is a well-known source of vitamin C.

Mango Mania

This is a richly flavored juice from the tropics. The ingredients are commonly sold in most countries over the world and the taste of the tropics is a taste of nature that our body craves. These fruits are the gourmet fruits on God’s dining table, designed to inspire the cells of our body to vibrate in the rich pulse-beat of the tropics.

Ingredients:
* 2 mangos
* 4 oranges
* 2 passion fruits

Machine set up:
* First place the living juicer Juicing Strainer into the drum, onto the screw. Attach the drum cap onto the end of the drum by turning it counter clockwise until you feel it sits firmly. Then screw the Juicing Nozzle onto the drum cap, turning it counter clockwise onto notch 0.
* Place your Juice Pitcher under the Juice Outlet and place the other pitcher under the machines Pulp Discharge Outlet in order to catch the pulp.
* Always be sure to start the machine before you enter anything into the Guide and keep the machine running until finished.

Preparation instructions:
* juice the mangos and the oranges on notch 1
* remove the passion fruit pulp and stir it well under the juice

Preparation time: 8 min

Yields: 2 glasses

Preparation hints:
Choose firm mangos and mandarins if available during the same season to compliment the soft taste of the fruit. A fresh passion fruit has a very moist and juicy pulp, so choose one that is still firm on the outside. For the hardcore gourmet, a teaspoon of orange rind mixed into the juice or sprinkled on top as a decoration adds a mouthwatering bitterness to the tropical sweetness of this juice. If you find the pulp too moist, let it run through the machine a second time.

Nutritional information:
Mangos contain anti-oxidants and flavonoids, vitamin C, A and beta-carotene. They are a strong support to a healthy immune system. Passion fruit is also high in vitamin C and A. Its other properties help to reduce eye infections.

Pina Colada

The pineapple is my favourite fruit. When I still drank a cocktail now and then, it had to be Pina Colada. Today the pleasure of having a cocktail have ceased and new pleasures have come along. Pina Colada is one of them.

Ingredients:
* ½ ripe pineapple
* juice of 2 fresh coconuts

Machine set up:
* First place the living juicer Juicing Strainer into the drum, onto the screw. Attach the drum cap onto the end of the drum by turning it counter clockwise until you feel it sits firmly. Then screw the Juicing Nozzle onto the drum cap turning it counter clockwise onto notch 0.
* Place your Juice Pitcher under the Juice Outlet and place the other pitcher under the machines Pulp Discharge Outlet in order to catch the pulp.
* Always be sure to start the machine before you enter anything into the Guide and keep the machine running until finished.

Preparation instructions:
* cut the pineapple into 6 slices and remove the peal and core
* use notch 2 for juicing the pineapple
* then pour the fresh coconut juice into the pineapple juice
* scoop the coconut and stir the sliced coconut meat into the juice

Preparation time: 6 min

Yields: 2 glasses

Preparation hints:
A very ripe pineapple, almost overripe is most delicious for this recipe. Cut the coconut meat into long, fine strings and let them float in the juice. A triangle chunk of pineapple squeezed onto the rim of the glass with a cocktail umbrella makes this summer drink a must.

Nutritional information:
Pineapple is rich in vitamin C, chlorine, fruit acids and bromelain. It aids digestion and balances the body’s acidity and alkalinity homeostasis. Coconut meat provides vegetable oil, fiber and when eaten fresh, the mainly saturated fats in the coconut do not harm the body in the way heated saturated fats do.

Rhubarb Juice

Although rhubarb is not one of the known vitamin hits, I feel if a fruit exists and you enjoy its taste it has fulfilled its function. Rhubarb has been cultivated for thousands of years in the East.

Ingredients:
* 4 apples
* 1 small stalk rhubarb
* 2 pears

Machine set up:
* First place the living juicer Juicing Strainer into the drum, onto the screw. Attach the drum cap onto the end of the drum by turning it counter clockwise until you feel it sits firmly. Then screw the Juicing Nozzle onto the drum cap turning it counter clockwise onto notch 2.
* Place your Juice Pitcher under the Juice Outlet and place the other pitcher under the machines Pulp Discharge Outlet in order to catch the pulp.
* Always be sure to start the machine before you enter anything into the Guide and keep the machine running until finished.

Preparation instructions:
* cut the apples and pears into 6 slices and remove the core.
* juice the rhubarb first on notch 2 and then the apples and pears

Preparation time: 8 min

Yields: 2 glasses

Preparation hints:
Rhubarb is very sour so use the amounts with care. Don’t juice rhubarb leaves as they contain oxalic acid and are therefore quite toxic.

Nutritional information:
Rhubarb is not particularly known for a great deal of vitamins and minerals. However rhubarb has been cultivated for thousands of years in the Himalayas for pharmaceutical properties, acting as a light laxative and astringent.

Spoil Yourself Juice with Cherries

This taste delight is almost a small meal on its own and tastes delicious on top of your morning muesli. Together with fresh fruit salad and nuts, this juice makes an ideal cold summer dish that no one will refuse. It’s great for European climates where cherries can be bought very reasonably when in season.

Ingredients:
* 2 peaches
* 2 cups of pitted cherries
* ½ pineapple

Machine set up:
* First place the living juicer Juicing Strainer into the drum, then onto the screw. Attach the drum cap onto the end of the drum by turning it counter clockwise until you feel it sits firmly. Then screw the Juicing Nozzle onto the drum cap turning it counter clockwise onto notch 0.
* Place your Juice Pitcher under the Juice Outlet and place the other pitcher under the machines Pulp Discharge Outlet in order to catch the pulp.
* Always be sure to start the machine before you enter anything into the Guide and keep the machine running until finished.

Preparation instructions:
* juice the fruits all together on notch 1

Preparation time: 10 min

Yields: 2 glasses

Preparation hints:
Make sure to get really fresh ingredients for this juice. While juicing, alternate between the pears and the peaches if they are not firm enough. This juice is very thick and melts down your throat. Please remove the stones from the cherries and if a stone gets stuck in the machine, immediately switch the ‘reverse’ button on top of the machine to prevent any damage. Decorate the glass with a pair of cherries hanging from the rim or one cherry floating in the bottom of the juice.

Nutritional information:
Cherries are a powerful blood alkalizes. They contain flavonoids, which are helpful in management of arthritic disorders because they prevent collagen in the body destroying itself. Peaches are a good intestinal cleanser and are rich in vitamin A, B1, B2, B3, calcium, phosphorus, iron, potassium, sodium, carotene and flavonoids.

Kiwi Fruit Juice

Thick juices like this one can be thinned with water easily without losing its quality and flavor!

Ingredients:
* 8 kiwis
* 4 nectarines
* 2 cups of strawberries
* 1 cup of water

Machine set up:
* First place your living juicer’s Juicing Strainer into the drum, then onto the screw. Attach the drum cap onto the end of the drum by turning it counter clockwise until you feel it sits firmly. Then screw the Juicing Nozzle onto the drum cap turning it counter clockwise onto notch 0.
* Place your Juice Pitcher under the Juice Outlet and place the other pitcher under the machines Pulp Discharge Outlet in order to catch the pulp.
* Always be sure to start the machine before you enter anything into the Guide and keep the machine running until finished.

Preparation instructions:
* juice the fruits an notch 1

Preparation time: 8 min

Yields: 2 glasses

Preparation hints:
Slowly juice the kiwi as it is a very soft fruit. If you have a lot of pulp left, put it through the juicer a second time. The pulp left from this juice tastes delicious and can be eaten with muesli or as soup.

Nutritional information:
Kiwi fruit has a lot of vitamin C, A, potassium, magnesium, phosphorus and calcium. Nectarines are a rich source of vitamin C, A, potassium, phosphorus, vitamin B1, B2, B 3, sodium, carotene, flavonoids, iron and calcium.

Cocktail with strawberries

Have you seen the movie “Cocktail”? This drink is best enjoyed on a paradise island overlooking the bay. If for some reason you find you have other commitments, having this drink chilled on your balcony will do just as well. It’s a delight, especially during strawberry season when you can pick the ripest, most delicious strawberries yourself.

Ingredients:
* juice of 2 fresh coconuts
* ½ cup of strawberries
* 2 oranges

Machine set up:
* On your living juicer, first place the Juicing Strainer into the drum and onto the screw. Attach the drum cap onto the end of the drum by turning it counter clockwise until you feel it sits firmly. Then screw the Juicing Nozzle onto the drum cap turning it counter clockwise onto notch 0.
* Place your Juice Pitcher under the Juice Outlet and place the other pitcher under the machines Pulp Discharge Outlet in order to catch the pulp.
* Always be sure to start the machine before you enter anything into the Guide and keep the machine running until finished.

Preparation instructions:
* juice the oranges and the strawberries on notch 1
* then pour the fresh coconut water into your juice pitcher and stir the mix

Preparation time: 8 min

Yields: 2 glasses

Preparation hints:
This juice mix is very thin and for that reason I remove the pithy part of the oranges for this recipe to keep this thin consistency rather than a foamy one. I also use the sieve to remove all the fibers. The tiny and hard strawberries with a shiny skin are best to use and a whole strawberry with its green hat looks yummy as a decoration on the rim of the glass. Served chilled or with ice cubes, this drink makes a beautiful cocktail without the alcoholic side effects. Enjoy!

Nutritional information:
Scientifically, coconut water doesn’t have much nutritional value except potassium. It also has little fat and often when drinking this juice I think it must contain some wonderful ingredient that science hasn’t discovered yet. Strawberries are rich in vitamin C.

Granny’s Apple Juice

Imagine a cold winter evening, the smell of cinnamon in the house and a warm, sweet apple tea in front of the fire of granny’s living room. Well, in Living Food nutrition, miracles happen. It is an art to change ones’ food habit but it is not as hard as you think it would be!

Ingredients:
* 6 apples
* small piece of ginger
* slice of lemon (remove the peel to get a sweeter flavor)
* 1 tsp cold-washed, sugar-free honey
* pinch of cinnamon powder (I suggest you grind your own cinnamon sticks into a fresh powder with the Mincing Strainer on your machine before you change over to the juicing function)

Machine set up:
* Using a living juicer, first place the Juicing Strainer into the drum, then onto the screw. Attach the drum cap onto the end of the drum by turning it counter clockwise until you feel it sits firmly. Then screw the Juicing Nozzle onto the drum cap turning it counter clockwise onto notch 0.
* Place your Juice Pitcher under the Juice Outlet and place the other pitcher under the machines Pulp Discharge Outlet in order to catch the pulp.
* Always be sure to start the machine before you enter anything into the Guide and keep the machine running until finished.

Preparation instructions:
* cut each apple into 6 slices and remove the core
* mix the honey and the cinnamon powder with the sliced apples
* juice the mixture together on notch 2
* peal and juice the lemon together with the ginger into a separate container adding as much as you like into the apple juice for personal flavoring

Preparation time: 10 min

Yields: 2 glasses

Preparation hints:
I like to use apples with red skin in this recipe, especially the autumn season ones that are nice and sweet. If you really desire to have a warm drink - don’t heat above 50 degrees. For decoration, let a small piece of cinnamon stick float in each glass like a piece of bark. Serve it in a teacup with a pot of honey on the table in case someone has a very sweet tooth that day. You could also use a cinnamon stick per glass for stirring. This juice is easy to store over night.

Nutritional information:
Apples are known to assist with building resistance to infection. Ginger has been documented as being used in China some 2500 years ago and is very helpful in preventing colds and flu.

Dracula’s Punch: fruit juice with apples, raspberries & grapes

The dark red color is just as inviting as the exotic taste of this juice. Sweet and sour compliment each other in a delightful way and make this juice rather addictive. A natural high without having to drink blood!

Ingredients:
* 2 apples
* 1 cup of raspberries
* 2 cups of black grapes

Machine set up:
* Use a living juicer to maximize the enzymes and health benefits.
* First place the Juicing Strainer into the drum and onto the screw. Then attach the drum cap onto the end of the drum by turning it counter clockwise until you feel it sits firmly. Then screw the Juicing Nozzle onto the drum cap, turning it counter clockwise onto notch 0.
* Place your Juice Pitcher under the Juice Outlet and place the other pitcher under the machines Pulp Discharge Outlet, in order to catch the pulp.
* Always be sure to start the machine before you enter anything into the Guide and keep the machine running until finished.

Preparation instructions:
* cut the apples into 6 slices and remove the core
* turn the notch on the Juicing Nozzle to 1
* then juice the apples, alternating with the grapes and raspberries
* make sure to keep 2 slices of apple until the end, they will clean out the softer leftovers of the berries inside the drum

Preparation time: 8 min

Yields: 2 glasses

Preparation hints:
Crisp apples juice much easier than over ripe apples. The best time to make fresh apple juices is when they are in when the apples are harvested totally fresh. The seeds of the raspberries don’t disturb the juice but you might want to consider using seedless grapes for this recipe if you are sensitive to finer tastes. Grapes with seeds are part of Mother Nature’s original product and contain valuable phosphorus. The decision is up to you and you may change from day to day as your taste buds vary. To decorate your drink, hang two grapes from the rim of your glass.

Nutritional information:
Apples are known to assist the body in building resistance to infection as they stimulate the digestion. They are also known to help with weight loss. Berries help to keep the blood alkaline.


Ilonka Hofmann