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Four Kid Friendly Juice Recipes - My Fussy Eater

Four Kid Friendly Juice Recipes - My Fussy Eater

Don’t have a juicer? No problem! You can have green juice in minutes with this step-by-step tutorial on how to make a simple green juice in your blender.It’s been 10 days since I’ve posted anything new around here so I am SO thrilled to be back with an epic post for all of you.My trip to Costa Rica was fabulous and I’ll be recapping everything tomorrow once I’ve mustered the courage to look at the pictures and not want to teleport myself back there. It was truly one of the most spectacular places on earth.We were totally spoiled by having a private chef cook all of our meals for us and while I love me some rice and beans, my body was dying for some veggie goodness by the end of the trip.This always happens to me, I go a bit overboard with the treats and decadent eats and find myself needing an IV drip packed-full of vegetable juice. And by IV drip I mean I stop by Fresh Restaurant for one of their amazing green juices.But juices get seriously expensive, FAST and it also isn’t in my budget to buy myself a juicer. So each time I feel a cold coming on or am needing a detox, I go through the same internal battle of whether or not I should sacrifice my wallet to the juice gods.Let’s change subjects for a second here (I swear I’m getting to the point!). A few weeks ago, Blendtec offered to send me a Designer 725 Blender with Wildside+ Jar, so I did a little research on the blender and then patiently awaited its arrival.What excited me most was that the Blendtec has a “juice” option so you can actually make juice in your blender! Now here’s the catch, what actually separates juice from a smoothie is that the fiber (or “pulp”) from the vegetables and fruit has been removed so what you’re getting is the vitamin and mineral packed juice.There is absolutely nothing wrong with fruit and vegetable pulp. Fiber is great for the body and we all need it in our diet, but sometimes it can get in the way of our body absorbing all of those vitamins and minerals. When you drink juice (versus a smoothie), your body can absorb 100% of the good stuff, without the insoluble fiber getting in the way.So I set out to recreate my favourite simple green juice using my blender instead of a juicer. The Blendtec made it super easy because the “juice” option knows exactly how long to blend the fruits and veggies for (somewhere around 1 minute). It also has a self clean option which makes cleaning the blender completely hassle-free. Considering the horror stories I’ve heard about trying to clean juicers, this is a godsend!For the record, it has several other pre-programmed cycles including smoothies, soups, salsa and ice cream! I’ve made smoothies and soups using it and it has been fabulous. I’m looking forward to trying it out on nut butter.Back to juicing…To get around the whole “juicing without a juicer” deal, you have to take one extra step by straining the juice through some cheesecloth to remove the fiber. If you want to drink this with the pulp, go for it! But if you want real authentic green juice, you’ll need to do the second step. It’s all good though, because I walk you through the entire process.Besides being totally stoked about my new Blendtec, I am also so excited to kick off a new series on THM! Over the past couple of years, I’ve picked up quite a few food hacks that every healthy foodie should know. Healthy eating doesn’t need to be hard or expensive, so over the course of 2015 I will be bringing you a new “Healthy How-To” series teaching you some of these tips and tricks.I figured what better way to kick off the series than with this How To Make Green Juice In Your Blender post?After 10 days on vacation, I’m ready for about 5 of these!Let’s learn how…by Davida @ The Healthy MavenTo learn more about the Blendtec Designer 725 Blender, check out and follow their social channels!Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube | Pinterest | Google+This post is sponsored by FitFluential LLC on behalf of Blendtec.  I was asked to review and create a recipe using the Blendtec Designer 725, however all opinions expressed and creative control are entirely my own. Thank you for supporting the companies that help me fulfill my dream of running THM as a business.// Have you ever made juice in your blender? What healthy “how-tos” would you like to see as part of my healthy how-tos series? 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Shredded Brussels Sprout Salad Green Shakshuka The BEST Energy Ball Recipes on the Internet! 38 Comments Reply Lucie@FitSwissChick January 27, 2015 at 6:16 am I have this juicer thing that comes with the Magic Bullet. I fail so epicly at making juice with this thing, I seriously need to either drink that damn pulp or buy this cheesecloth. While looking at this green beauty I definitely want to buy the cheesecloth!! Lucie@FitSwissChick recently posted…Roadtripping, Powerlifting, CrossFitting Reply Erin @ The Almond Eater January 27, 2015 at 7:51 am Love that last graphic thoooooo. I definitely think it depends on your blender…..my current blender is WAY better than my last one but my last one was a $30 one from Target and it couldn’t even blend ice+banana–it was tragic. But for normal people who own normal blenders, this is super helpful! Pinning 🙂 Erin @ The Almond Eater recently posted…Paleo Chocolate Strawberry Brownies Reply Kelly @ Kelly Runs For Food January 27, 2015 at 8:47 am I don’t think I have a blender powerful enough for this, but I sure wish I did! I love green juice and would make it all the time if I had the right equipment. Kelly @ Kelly Runs For Food recently posted…Date night, workout recap, and other weekend things Reply Kelly @ Nosh and Nourish January 27, 2015 at 9:11 am GORGEOUS photos!!! And super informative. #yougogirl Kelly @ Nosh and Nourish recently posted…Blendtec 725 + {Cauliflower & Quinoa Pizza Sticks} Reply Lindsay @ Shiny Love Affair January 27, 2015 at 9:59 am Welcome back! Can’t wait to hear all about your trip and see the photos. I love making juice in my blender! I don’t do it enough. I will admit though that I’m guilty of spending a lot of $$$ on juices too. I always get suckered in when I see a display of green juices. Lindsay @ Shiny Love Affair recently posted…What I Ate Wednesday #14: Back Into the Swing of Things Reply Davida Kugelmass January 27, 2015 at 11:37 am Thanks GF! That damn fridge in Detox Market gets me everytime! See you at the Barre this week? Gonna try and hit a 7:15 one AM! xoxo Reply Lindsay @ Shiny Love Affair January 28, 2015 at 1:09 pm That damn fridge got me this morning. I bought two juices. $25 later… UGH! No control. I’m going to Barre tomorrow morning and Friday. Let me know if you’ll be there either of those days! Lindsay @ Shiny Love Affair recently posted…What I Ate Wednesday #14: Back Into the Swing of Things Reply Georgie January 27, 2015 at 10:27 am Ok, I’m mad jealz about that dope blender. It’s funny I actually make all my smoothies in a food processor- it does the trick but I’ve been dreaming of a blendtec or vitamix. Alas, no magical money pile has been dropped in my path (yet) so food processor it is. I love this technique though! Way less cleanup than a normal juicer (which is a pain in the ass) Reply Samantha January 27, 2015 at 11:50 am Wow! How fabulous! I have been wondering how to get myself juice without investing in another gadget. So happy you shared this! Samantha recently posted…The top three reasons you need a stretch break right now Reply Kim @ Hungry Healthy Girl January 27, 2015 at 1:47 pm I really love this- I have a Blendtec, but I didn’t know it was so easy to create juices with it. Thanks for breaking it down. Totally trying this very soon! Kim @ Hungry Healthy Girl recently posted…Best Ever Skinny Sun Butter Cookies Reply Anna January 27, 2015 at 1:48 pm This is a good product to keep in mind as I A. Am madly in love with juices and spend lots of money on them while also making them in my blender, pulp and all, and B. Will soon be moving to a place where I will have more kitchen space and will finally be able to even consider owning a counter-top anything. Thanks for the super informative post! Anna recently posted…Oklahoma + Dallas: A Recap Reply Liz @ I Heart Vegetables January 27, 2015 at 2:49 pm This is awesome! Sometimes I just don’t feel like getting out my juicer haha. So it would be nice to just toss it all in the Vitamix sometimes! Liz @ I Heart Vegetables recently posted…5 Recipes Under 300 Calories Reply Em @ Love A Latte January 27, 2015 at 3:56 pm This is how I like to make juice!!! Awesome post. Em @ Love A Latte recently posted…Confessions of a New Mama Reply Julia January 27, 2015 at 5:48 pm YES! Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes!!! This is magnificent! I don’t own a juicer but I have a feeling my blender would love to blend the crap out of some greens to make juice. I’m making serious doe eyes at you right now 😀 Julia recently posted…Easy 3-Ingredient Chicken Wings with Herbs and Honey Reply Megan Ware, RDN January 27, 2015 at 6:19 pm You explained perfectly exactly how I feel every time I get back from vaca… “needing an IV drip packed-full of vegetable juice!” Megan Ware, RDN recently posted…Peach Butter, Pecan & Aged Cheddar Mini Grilled Cheeses Reply Jayme January 27, 2015 at 7:45 pm Great recipe! I definitely need to upgrade blenders asap! I probably could buy a new one for what I have spent in juices at Whole Foods. In fact, I could probably buy a house to put the blender in too – ha. Jayme recently posted…Kickin’ It Old School Reply Arman @ thebigmansworld January 27, 2015 at 8:27 pm what an epic new toy in your possession! The pulping process looks cray- Niki has a juicer but I think she thinks it’s a decoration but I have a blender. winning. Arman @ thebigmansworld recently posted…Spicy Sweet Potato and Pumpkin Dip Reply Nora (A Clean Bake) January 29, 2015 at 10:03 pm What an AWESOME trick! I’m in the same boat as you: no juicer (and no space for one) but no budget for daily store-bought juices. Man those things add up fast. I am going to try this! Nora (A Clean Bake) recently posted…Portobello Mushroom and Kale Turkey Burgers with Cabbage Kale Slaw (And a giveaway!) Reply Cassie January 30, 2015 at 11:56 am I haven’t made juice in my blender… I’ve really only used my juicer twice. Whoops. I swear I’m going to pull it out and use it, soon!! Cassie recently posted…Now Trending – Best Links Week of 1.26 Reply Must Reads: How to Follow Beyonce's Vegan Diet February 6, 2015 at 11:15 am […] Love green juice but not the high price per bottle? If you don’t have a juicer…and don’t want to shell out $5 a pop (at least) any time you want a liquid dose of greens, the answer might already be in your kitchen. If you’re willing to put a little work — and cheesecloth – into it, here’s how to make juice that’s just as smooth, using your blender. (The Healthy Maven) […] Reply The Ultimate Hippie Bowl - The Healthy Maven February 22, 2015 at 5:02 am […] my hangover, I knew I needed ALL THE VEGETABLES. If I had an IV drip and all the ingredients for my simple green juice in the blender, that would have been ideal, but this hippie bowl totally did the […] Reply How To Cook Bacon In The Oven For The Crispiest Bacon February 27, 2015 at 5:00 am […] month we did how to make green-juice in your blender, which was a huge hit! But now that we’re done detoxing from January, it’s time to […] Reply Fred March 17, 2015 at 12:11 am Back in the mid 90’s I tried hard core wheat grass juicing. I actually grew my own wheatgrass in my “living room” – I was single living with a roommate at the time. I had seven cafeteria trays stacked on seven shelves one on top of the other. I harvested one tray per day, since it takes wheat grass a week to grow to about 7 inches high. One tray made enough for 8 oz. each morning. Wheatgrass has a sweet taste but can make you gag at the same time. Its an odd combination. I did it for two weeks. Couldn’t stomach it after that. It is to regular juice what 100% proof vodka is to wine. Having said all that, my wife recently got into juicing in a better way, and we tried your recipe above. I have to say, much more enjoyable. Ginger is the secret ingredient in many a recipe. Fred. Fred recently posted…Three Shocking Myths About Store Bought Orange Juice Reply {Maven Travels} 5 Days in Dublin, Ireland - The Healthy Maven March 24, 2015 at 7:47 am […] by making it until 10:00 PM. I’m like a new woman. Who needs a liver replacement. Or a lot of green juice…Thank you for the best of times Temple […] Reply How To Make Bone Broth In Your Slow Cooker - The Healthy Maven March 27, 2015 at 7:26 am […] How To Make Green Juice In Your Blender […] Reply How To Make Homemade Kombucha - The Healthy Maven April 28, 2015 at 5:00 am […] How To Make Green Juice In Your Blender […] Reply Last Vegan December 1, 2015 at 10:51 pm Definitely worth of trying, especially during windy weather like the one we are experiencing right now in North-East Scotland. Reply Elena B December 11, 2015 at 3:17 pm I’ve had certain liver issues in the past so i am juicing for quite some time. No sugar, no gluten and no dairy. It is really really working out for me. My liver test results are back to healthy and i’ve even got rid of some extra pounds. I started enjoying all my daily shakes and juices, and just lately i started with Organifi green juice and this stuff is supergood. It truly is yummy also it saves me time and effort. Never before i was using anything similar to this but this is golden. Look it up here if you wish http://goo.gl/0QGP4e Reply mailoha December 27, 2015 at 1:10 am is there a way to make this with a vitamix? Reply The Healthy Maven December 27, 2015 at 2:49 pm Absolutely! Same way as you would in a Blendtec. Reply Blender Juice February 29, 2016 at 11:20 am I love that you do it in the blender instead of buying another kitchen product. I’ll have to try it out. Thank you 🙂 Blender Juice recently posted…Top 5 Blenders for 2016 Reply Siobhan October 9, 2016 at 10:53 am I went and bought everything I need to start drinking this juice in the morning along with a few other healthy mix green recipes. I don’t have much time in the mornings. Can you make this in the evening and have it hold up till morning? Or maybe make a pitcher for the week? Reply Davida @ The Healthy Maven October 10, 2016 at 12:02 pm In theory, yes! There is some research on how the benefits decrease with more oxygen exposure, but IMO it’s already so nutrient-packed that you just have to do what you can! Reply Uvalin Williams October 14, 2016 at 7:35 pm If I blend my ingredients out very smooth do I still have to strain it? Reply Davida @ The Healthy Maven October 17, 2016 at 7:36 pm Straining it is to remove the fiber and pulp. While there are many benefits to drinking this (feel free to!), traditional juice has this removed so the liquid is broken down by the liver rather than having to pass through the digestive organs. Hope this helps! Reply Audrey Yap December 10, 2016 at 6:44 pm I’ve got a great Green Juice recipe as well! And the best part is it doesn’t taste green at all! Check it out here: http://lifewithaudrey21.blogspot.com.au/2016/12/recipe-green-juice-that-doesnt-taste-green.html Reply Audrey Yap December 10, 2016 at 6:45 pm I’ve got a great Green Juice recipe as well! It tastes amazing! And the best part is it doesn’t taste green at all! Check it out here: http://lifewithaudrey21.blogspot.com.au/2016/12/recipe-green-juice-that-doesnt-taste-green.html Audrey Yap recently posted…RECIPE: Green Juice That Doesn’t Taste Green! (Using a blender) Reply Luna August 22, 2017 at 3:35 am Thank you for the great tips! A piece of cheesecloth is a great idea – I find it quite heard to drink a juice with too much pulp in it. Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Notify me of follow-up comments via e-mail Previous Post Quinoa and Kale Taco Casserole Next Post Costa Rica 2015 MEET THE MAVEN I am the recipe developer, photographer and foodie behind The Healthy Maven. I’m so happy you stopped by! Let’s get to know each other better... MORE ABOUT ME > SUBSCRIBE & FOLLOW INSTA-MAVEN Get the latest recipes + health tips straight to your inbox WANT MORE MAVEN? Join 5000+ members of the THM Community to stay up to date on the latest life happenings and behind-the-scenes of The Healthy Maven! 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Meraki LaneWhen it comes to your health, apple cider vinegar is chock full of benefits. Not only does it help when you’re feeling under the weather, it has also been noted as a remedy for things like indigestion, diabetes and high cholesterol. So, if you’re looking to boost your health, these hot apple cider vinegar drink recipes are the way to go.When I was younger, my dad would always get me to drink hot apple cider vinegar when I felt a cold coming on. He was big into natural remedies, no matter how much my younger self resisted. Now, of course, I recognize the benefits, but the thought of drinking apple cider vinegar was not so appealing for a young girl!But after taking a look at the bundle of benefits apple cider vinegar has, I’m quick to recommend it to anyone looking to live a healthier lifestyle. Bragg Organic Apple Cider Vinegar is a staple in my house! Apple cider vinegar can help cure the common cold. The acidity from the vinegar soothes a sore throat by getting rid of germs and infection. Plus, it helps clear a stuffy nose as it’s packed with potassium, which thins mucus.It also helps with weight loss! The acetic acid contains properties that boost your metabolism, suppress your appetite and lower water retention. Apple cider vinegar is full of enzymes and good bacteria, and has been found to help with diabetes, cholesterol, and stomach issues like constipation. On a day to day basis, it helps increase stamina and energy, improve digestion and even defeat bad breath!If you’re looking to boost your health and reap the benefits of a natural tonic, try out these 8 hot apple cider vinegar drink recipes!The simplest recipe, this apple cider vinegar drink is packed with healthy benefits. You want to make sure you’re using pure raw honey to reap the benefits from the enzymes. The recipe creator recommends drinking this combination on an empty stomach to help with digestion, inflammation and a boost of energy!If you’re looking for a morning detox drink, this is it! With ingredients like lemon juice, cinnamon and cayenne, it’s packed with benefits that will make you feel great throughout the day. It will boost your immunity and energy, and detox your body around the clock!If your tummy gets bloated often, this recipe offers a natural remedy to beat belly bloat. Mix warm water with lemon juice, raw honey, apple cider vinegar and green tea for a combination that works to stimulate digestion, stop cravings and boost your metabolism.Quick and easy, drink this concoction three times a day, 20 minutes before meals. Keep this up for two weeks, then drink it once a day before dinner or lunch. The addition of ginger to the common ingredients like cinnamon and lemon juice helps things like nausea and muscle soreness, making the drink even more beneficial.If you’re up for a red hot cider, you’re going to want to give this one a try. Blended with horse radish, ginger roots, onion, garlic, lemon, habanero pepper, powdered turmeric and raw apple cider vinegar, this recipe is packed with goodness. With benefits ranging from heart health to boosting your metabolism, and so much more, you’re going to want to sip this drink on the regular.I know what you’re thinking. Apple cider vinegar and garlic. Hmm. But yes, it’s the perfect concoction if you’re feeling under the weather. Just make sure to add the honey to combat the potency of the ACV and garlic! It’s a natural sweetener that’s also anti-bacterial and anti-viral, which is quick to act on a cold!The recipe creator has dubbed this the ultimate flu elixir, because it works to eliminate symptoms and get you back to your healthy self. It soothes and cleanses your system with ingredients including ginger and turmeric root, horseradish root, jalapeno pepper, dried Echinacea root, and more. It will boost your immune system and stave sickness!As the title suggests, this apple cider vinegar mixture helps you slim down your waist line, among other healthy benefits. You can choose between grapefruit, orange or pineapple juice, and with ACV and honey, it’s really easy to make.Whether you’re feeling sick or are looking to boost your health, these hot apple cider vinegar drink recipes are the way to go! Try them out to see which mix works best for you and enjoy the health benefits as you sip away!If you liked this collection of hot apple cider vinegar drink recipes, please share it on Pinterest!And if you’re looking for more healthy recipes, please follow our Health board on Pinterest! Copyright © 2017 · Disclosure, Privacy & Copyright Policies · Site development by Olive & Ivy Design





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