Fruit Juice Recipes

Here are some of our favorite natural fruit juice recipes:

Simple Apple Juice

Apple Juice

– 3 large apples

Cut out the stems and mix sweet and tart apples for the best fresh juice taste.

Juicing the peel will greatly increase the antioxidant of the juice. The peels and skins of fruits and vegetables are where you will find the majority of antioxidants. This is their protection against oxidative damage as a result of sun exposure. Flavonoids are the type of antioxidant found most abundantly in apples and their peel.


Sweet Orange Juice


– 5 large oranges

Peel oranges, juice and enjoy.

For increased antioxidant content juice the white pith too, but don’t juice the peel because it tastes awful! The pith is loaded with antioxidants called flavonoids and juicing it will greatly increaser the overll antioxidant profile of the juice. You can even scrape a little more of the white stuff from inside the peel and put that through the juicer, too.


Breakfast Blend

– 3 oranges
– 1 grapefruit

Peel, juice, enjoy.


Kiwi Wisdomberry

– 3 kiwis
– 2 Cups of blueberries

Peel kiwis and wash berries, juice, enjoy.

This was a favorite of my wife’s after she had her wisdom teeth removed and couldn’t eat solids!

Kiwi fruit is an excellent source of vitamin C, helping to keep our immune system strong and our skin firm. Vitamin C is needed to create collagen, the elasticated sticky substance that binds our skin cells together and keps the skin looking young.


Fresh Lemonade (you can’t beat it!)

– 2 or 3 large lemons
– 1/2 cup of water
– Optional – Add apple to sweeten

Peel lemons and cut stem of apple (Swap out 1 lemon for 1 lime and bingo, you got limeade). Add ice on those hot days.


The Berry Fruit Juice Recipes Smoothie

Berry Medley Smoothie

– 2 cups of strawberries
– 2 cups of blueberries
– 1 and a 1/2 cup of raspberries

Wash thoroughly and juice. This berry juice is loaded with antioxidants.

Berries are a good source of antioxidants called anthocyanins that help to strengthen our arteries ad help protect them from oxidative damage. Berries also contain an antioxidant called ellagic acid that is strongly associated with cancer prevention.


The Subtle Strawberry

– 1/3 cup of strawberries
– 1 cup of blueberries
– 1 apple

Wash all the ingredients well, top the strawberries and juice.

This one is also a favorite fresh fruit juice recipes of ours. There’s just something about this combination.

Blueberries are shown in animal studies to help increase brain function, helping to prevent against Alzheimer’s disease and improving motor skills.


Kiwi and Pear Bear

– 2 kiwis
– 2 pears
– 1 bear (just kidding!)

Peel kiwis and remove pear stems.


Melon Medley

– 1/2 watermelon
– 1/2 honeydew
– 1/2 cantaloupe

Remove rinds and seeds (except for watermelon seeds).


The Big Book of Juices: More Than 400 Natural Blends for Health and Vitality Every Day

With some 405 recipes for fruit and vegetable juices, smoothies, and quenchers, this newly updated, The Big Book of Juices, now offers health-conscious readers even more.


Tropical Fruit Juice Recipes

– 1 orange
– 1 kiwi
– 1/2 mango
– sparkling mineral water

Peel all the fruits and also pit the mango. Pour the juice in a large glass, fill to the top with sparkling water to serve this wonderful fresh juice.


Kidney Cleanse

– 2 apples
– 3 and 1/2 watermelon pieces with rind

Cut the apples into narrow wedges and juice with the watermelon pieces. Watermelon produces wonderful fresh juices.


The Pain Reducer

– 1 lemon
– 1 orange
– 2 hard pears
– 2 apples

Peel orange and lemon, remove pear and apple stems and juice.


Pineapple Orange & Strawberry Splendid

– 1 orange, peeled and sectioned
– 1 cup fresh pineapple, cubed, skin removed
– 5 strawberries

Peel orange and pineapple, and top the strawberries. Process the fruit in a juicer and serve.


The Tropical Hawaiian

– 1 mango
– 1 large orange
– 1 pineapple slice
– 1 papaya
– 1 guava

Peel and remove all pits and seeds. This is another favorite juicer recipes of ours. Awesome on a hot day with ice!


Blue colored fruits

Blue fruits such as the highly esteemed blueberries, contain a wide variety of phytochemicals. Anthocyanins is what gives blueberries their wonderful blue color. Blueberries contain other phytochemicals which can improve memory.


Red colored fruits:


Red fruits such as strawberries contain the phytochemical lycopene that gives them their red color. Lycopene has been shown to help prevent prostate cancer and heart disease.


Hope you enjoyed some of these Juicer Recipes, if so please let us know!

By Darren Haynes

49 Responses to “Fruit Juice Recipes”

  1. naomi says:

    The recipes are amazingkeep up

  2. meme says:

    These are all just delicious!!

  3. veronica says:

    Hi Meme, we try many different combinations to come up with the best tasting juices for this website. We are glad you like them!

    Darren and Veronica.

  4. Tracy says:

    I just received my Omega 4000 in the mail yesterday. (I hope I made a good choice.) The instruction booklet doesn’t include any recipes so I’ll be checking out yours and get back to you. I’m really excited!

    Thanks so much for putting them up.


  5. veronica says:

    We haven’t tried that juicer yet, but it looks great! Hope you enjoy the recipes!

  6. ilyas says:

    these type of juices keeps healthy

  7. Melissa says:

    My kids and I have loved every recipe we’ve tried! Thanks so much for sharing.

  8. Lynda says:


    I really love your website.

    I have some questions to ask. Hope you can help =)

    1. What can I do with the leftover fruit and vegetable pulp after juicing?

    2.Organic fruits and vegetables are so expensive. If I use no-organic fruits and vegetables, will I still be able to get the same amount of vitamins?

    3. Can I cut the fruit and vegetables, put them in a tupperware and store it in the fridge so that by the time I come back home from work in the evening, I can take it out and start juicing. Is it possible?

    4. Can I juice the fruit and vegetables juice in the evening and store them in a bottle so that I can have the juice in the morning?

    Many thanks.

    Really hope to hear from you soon.


  9. veronica says:

    Hi Lynda!

    Great to hear you love the website!

    1)For some great juicer pulp recipes I recommend visiting this page. This page links out to a variety of other places that have diffferent recipes and ideas.

    2) Yes, organic fruits and vegetables are more expensive and for that reason are not always the practical choice for juicing. Non-organic fruits and vegetables can be less nutritious but its not a big deal, they are still VERY nutritious all the same. Making non-organic fresh juices is still a million times better than no juice.

    3) I think there is no problem in cutting your fruits and vegetables up in preperation for later in the day is fine provided they are storde in tuperware. The fruits and vegetables will lose some antioxidants due to air exposure but this will only occur on the surface of the chopped fruits and veggies, so the loss will be minimal. The best option is to fill a tuperware container up as full as you can to limit the amount of oxygen in the container. So choose a tuperware that is the right size for the job.

    4) Drinking the juice freshly made is always best but storing it overnight is ok too. 24 hours is about the longest you would want to store your juice. The same process applies for storing the juice as with storing pre-cut fruits and veggies in tuperware. Choose a bottle size that leaves as little air in it as possible when the juice is in there. Ideally you would want to fill the bottle to the very top, that will protect the juice a lot from oxidation damage. Another option is to use a tool called pump’n’seal that sucks out the excess air out of a drink container. Pump’n’seal was orginally used for resealing wines but works great for fresh juice too as the same principles apply.

    Hope that helps ๐Ÿ™‚
    If you have any other questions, please feel free to ask.

    Happy Juicing

  10. Pat Hartwell says:

    I make popsicles from these recipes to serve my grandkids in the summertime. They love them!

  11. Amber Keinath says:

    I finally invested in a great juicer and was looking for some great new combinations! Thanks for all the variety to choose from here! My husband has even started juicing like crazy! Thanks!

  12. veronica says:

    HI Amber,

    SO glad to hear you got a juicer (and an ethusiastic husband!).

    Happy new year – I am sure its going to be a healthy one ๐Ÿ™‚


  13. jena says:

    These recipes are great! Thanks for posting them. Im starting to realize just how expensive juicing can be! I just bought $60 of fruit! Any tips for keeping my costs down? Is juicing veggies more inexpensive than fruit? And if so do you have any good recipes for this?


  14. veronica says:

    Hi Jena,

    Yep, it does cost more to ‘drink’ your fruits and vegetables! We try to stick with the basic cheaper produce such as apples and carrots as our main stay, and we juice vegetables a lot more than fruits to limit sugar intake. Apples and carrots are very cost efficient and you can buy them in bulk if you use them quick enough. Even organic apples and carrot are relatively inexpensive.

  15. tom says:

    i just bought a juicer and was looking for some recipes and found this site. great stuff!!! one question though, is there any benefit to all the foam that some fruits make when juiced? or could i just skim it off?

  16. veronica says:

    Hi Tom,

    Great to hear you bought a juicer machine. I think it is fine to skim off the foam, the foam is created by oxidation so I would guess that there is not really much benefit to it.

  17. Robert says:

    Well I finally decided that at the “young” age of 60 I have to loose all this weight, over 100lbs, and start living a healthy life if I ever intend to make it to 61. Decided the best way is to get back to nature and juicing is the best. Love all you have done here to get me going. One question… any suggestions on a “newbie” in what juices to start out on considering I have never attempted this?
    Thanks again for all the receipes and suggestions.

  18. DEBBIE MOORE says:

    I was very impressed with your recipes. They were simple but very good.

  19. shunita says:

    tried oranges and grapefruit looooove it

  20. maricel says:

    Amazing taste ever my husband love it

  21. Pearl says:

    After exhausting the few recipes that came with my juicer I was looking on the web for some new ideas and hey presto….I found a fountain of knowledge! Can’t wait to get to the shops and buy some fresh ingredients and get juicing. Thank you Darren and Veronica for the great website, keep up the good work!

  22. Rufus kaukani says:

    Just bought the breville 1200 watts juicer. Found your website and recipes and liked what I saw. This is all new to me and I’m trying different fruits and vegetables. Enjoy reading the reviews and your responses. Thanks for the informative site.

  23. KellyR says:

    om nom nom nom nom YUM!
    bought a juicer yesterday abd im experimenting with all different blends!yum! buig htumbs up!

  24. allison says:

    another one that i did that was very good it tropical berry i call it

    one cup blue berries
    one cup raspberries
    two mandarin oranges pealed
    and half a pineapple pealed and cored

  25. Kevin O'Brien says:

    I added strawberries to the “kiwi wisdom berry” and it is simply amazing. I am new to juicing and I am loving it so far!!

  26. Alexandria says:

    You have some awesome recipes, thanks for providing them. Could you suggest one or two that would be good for breakfast? I just bought a juicer and will be trying this fruit and vegetable juice diet. Thanks a bunch!!!

  27. veronica says:

    Hi Alexandria,

    check out this page orange juice recipes. Most of the recipes there are great for breakfast.

  28. Laronda says:

    My hubby and I are starting to juice! Thank you for the wonderful ideas!!!

  29. Sara says:

    You should try this: grapes, 1 green apple, 1 big orange, 1 large mango and just do the usual as in peeling them and then putting them in juicer ! It’s delicious I always try to make different kind of juices formy fiancรฉ and he usually likes them =) and I also tried some of the juice recipes from this web site and they are great! Well hope you enjoy this!!!

  30. robin tyagi says:

    please forword all new juice racipy to my mail id

  31. Gracie says:


    I have a question. I want to lose a couple of pounds. I tried this recipe that included celery, ginger, cucumbers, lemon, and ginger. I do not usually like vegetables, and the taste of this juice was very unpleasant.

    Are there any fruit juice recipes you would recommend for losing weight?

  32. Ajibade Adeagbo says:

    Hello, Pls assist me in getting recipe for production of fruit juice using fruit juice concentrates.

    I have gotten the liquid concentrates; what do I add to it in oder to bottle it.

    Thanks inn anticipation.


  33. Susan Defillo says:

    On the fruit juice recipes listed, how many ounces of juice does each recipe make?

  34. veronica says:

    Susan – each fruit juice on the list is different, so they vary in how much juice they produce!

  35. bummy K says:

    Great recipe, thanks a lots

  36. Apaulle Danielle says:

    this website has really been helpful for my research and it made my stomach full too.. i just hope that the recipes here would provide me great grades..-i’m a still a student by the way-..God Bless and more power….

  37. Howard cleveland says:

    Hey starting this juicing thing, except we aren’t juicing we are mixing the whole fruit minus the outside peel, is that OK as well?

  38. veronica says:

    Hi Howard – are you saying that you use a mixing machine or blender to blend the fruits?

  39. Richard V says:


    Just had a few questions…

    When I juice it up…there is a foam that is on the top of the juice…do i stir that in or do I strain it to just get the juice…

    And are there any recipes that have fruit and veg’ies??

    Thank you,


  40. veronica says:

    Hi Richard,

    The foam is the result of oxidation and more of this is created with centrifugal juicer machines such as the Jack LaLanne Juicer and the Breville Juicer machines. Much less foam is created with masticating juicer machines. I tend to scoop the foam off, but I don’t believe there is any problem in mixing it in and drinking it.


  41. Tabithazenzly says:

    I must tell, this site is so wonderful!! just got what I wanted!1

  42. Shannon Bryant says:

    These recipes are great! I started juicing yesterday and plan to keep it up! ๐Ÿ™‚ Keep posting recipes!

  43. Jeanette says:

    I am new in juicing and I would like recipe to help me with cholesterol and high blood pressure, can you please help me.Thank you.

  44. veronica says:

    Hi Jeanette,

    You can get some info about that on a few other post on our site:

    Happy Juicing

  45. Chelle says:

    After reseearching and talking with people I found something that is not mentioned on any sites I’ve been on or books I’ve read. You SHOULD be removing the seeds of apples as they contain cyanide, yes small amounts but over time building up in your system I’m sure is NOT good for you. Aside from that I love experimenting with different combinations.

  46. Rich Donahue says:

    Great recipes. I love fruit juice and use it for cleansing. Fruit juice is excellent for cleansing the body out a getting it back in balance.. Thanks for the great recipes.

    One note regarding apples: If the seeds are bad for a person I’d be dead :-)I’ve never removed them when juicing.

  47. Ashley says:

    Fresh juices are definitely the best way to go in terms of cleansing and healing. There’s no better way.

  48. Darlene says:

    I just bought a Fusion Juicer and am overwhelmed at how easy and fast it juices … juiced 3 gallons of orange juice in less than an hour. Now I am experimenting with combinations of fruit and am so thankful for the recipes you have shared.

  49. Alena says:

    Superb, what a blog it is! This web site provides helpful data to us, keep
    it up.

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