Apple Fresh Fruit Juice Recipe

When I made my Apple Fresh Fruit Juice I used granny smith apples and the best red grapes I could find. This fresh fruit juice is absolutely delicious, but tart (sharp). Over ice it’s an excellent, refreshing morning drink to sip on and definitely a “wake me up” juice. If you prefer, use a sweeter apple. As is, this is an awesome fruit juice and very easy to make. See below.

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This recipe comes from the book,  The Juicing Bible. This is a wonderful book and has many delicious recipes for juicing as well as smoothies. In addition it has an abundance of useful information on health conditions and healthy foods. I highly recommend this book.

The Apple Fresh Fruit Juice Recipe I show here has a slight modification. I used granny smith apples and I didn’t use the powdered ginseng as mentioned in The Juicing Bible. Maybe I’ll try the powdered ginseng (1/2 tsp.) the next time.

The recipe from The Juicing Bible isn’t specific regarding the apples. Granny smith apples are lower in sugar content and that’s why I try to use them. It’s a tangy taste too! For myself I love all apples. I mix them up sometimes and enjoy the experimenting. This is an excellent morning drink and will get the body going. Juice and enjoy!

Serves 2 people

  • 3 apples (granny smith)
  • 1 cup of red grapes
  • 1/2 lemon (peeled) 

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Do you like tart fruit drinks?

If you have a juice recipe you’d like to share with me, please contact me. I’ll be sure to give credit where credit is due. As always, thanks for reading and happy juicing!

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Sources for this article include:

The Juicing Bible 2nd Edition

16 Responses to “Apple Fresh Fruit Juice Recipe”

  1. Joy says:

    I love apples as much as I love cotton candies and rainbows! :) They bring me sunshine in a very gloomy day. Haha! Nice recipe! I loved it so much!

  2. Krisitne says:

    I’m so gonna try this juice recipe! Nutritious, as usual, and very healthy! Thank you so much! :)

  3. erwin says:

    I love apple, either juiced or eaten fresh. Make a combination juice of apple, lemon and grapes is a great new idea for me.
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  4. Kale
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    This is good alternate for my morning kale! I will love this for sure.

  5. ricki says:

    I like to begin my morning with a glass of apple juice too :) I’ll try this combination for variant of my morning juices. thanks for the recipe :)…
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  6. Rachna says:

    I never tried apple juice.. I will try dis recipe Thanks …….. have a good day.
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  7. Henri says:

    I’ve never thought of using grapes in a juice recipe. Grapes are so tasty on their own, but I might try this.

    One of my favorite recipes usually contains apples, carrots and oranges. Makes for a sweet + tart drink withs lots of goodies in it.
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  8. Wow… I got another recipe of apple juice… I keep on trying different things with apple juice… It’s very beneficial…especially for my skin.
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  9. Apu says:

    Thanks for this amazing recipe…..it looks fresh and delicious..! gonna try this out… :)
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  10. susan says:

    Hi Rich,

    it looks delicious. Thank you for this great recipe.

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