Pink Orchard Berry Buster | Apple and Strawberry Juice
I made this recipe this morning for Virginia (Health Juice Fanatic @healthyjuicers). Most of the recipes I’ve been making lately are enough for two people. The Pink Orchard Berry Buster is a delicious fruit juice recipe that I got out of The Big Book of Juices.
“With some 405 recipes for fruit and vegetable juices, smoothies, and quenchers, this newly updated and expanded edition of Natalie Savona’s essential kitchen guide to juicing now offers health-conscious readers even more. A clever indexing system sorts the juices by key ingredients, by nutrients, and by health benefits.”
I really like how the book is organized and I think you’ll like it too. I can just skim the outer page edges for what I’m looking for, ie. Fruit Based Juices – Apple, Fruit Based Juices – Grapefruit, Fruit Based Juices – Orange and so on. Smart!
Pink Orchard Berry Buster with a Fizz!
I like adding sparkling water to this one, but no matter how you drink it, it’s great! I love the taste of combining apples and strawberries. I used red delicious apples and some sweet ripe strawberries. Try this one, you won’t be sorry. It’s extremely easy to make.
Strawberries are very low in Saturated Fat, Cholesterol and Sodium. And… they are a very good source of Vitamin C and Manganese.
Makes 22 ounces
- 3 apples
- 2 good handfuls of strawberries ( you may substitute any red berry such as raspberries)
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UPDATE: Strawberries are one of the most delicious fruits for juicing, but be sure to wash them thoroughly if purchased from a store. Organic is better if available or grow your own. See: The deadly pesticide on your strawberries: How the EPA left us all exposed
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