How to Juice Without a Recipe

McKenzie Jones | September 23, 2022

Got yourself a sweet new juicer but don’t know where to start? Don’t stress. This simple 3-step blueprint will help you work with whatever ingredients you have on-hand to deliver the freshest sips your fridge has to offer. 

  1.     Start juicing with just one ingredient. Carrot. Apple. Orange. Celery. You get the idea. Starting simple gives you a sense of how much volume each ingredient creates, and helps you get into the juicing flow.
  2.     Ready to level up? Add a second ingredient. If you’ve been juicing fruit alone, try boosting it with a veggie like cucumber, celery, or romaine lettuce (see our Crunch Time recipe here). If you’ve already been hitting the green stuff, a hint of lemon or lime can add a refreshing tang and a different array of beneficial vitamins.
  3.     Finally, take it to the advanced degree by introducing a flavor-enhancing third ingredient. Herbs and spices – mint, basil, or parsley, fresh ginger, turmeric root, cayenne pepper, etc. – add major personality and nutrition points to your concoctions.

With this template, there’s no limit to the delicious juice combinations you can create. If you’re seeking a bit of  inspiration, we have tons of recipes that will get your juices flowing. 

And finally, don’t forget to save and repurpose your pulp! It’s a fiber goldmine – which is so good for you – and there’s a ton you can do with it: blend it into smoothies, add to muffin and pancake batters, mix into dips – the possibilities are endless! 




McKenzie Jones

McKenzie Jones

McKenzie is Registered Dietitian Nutritionist for nutribullet who aims to make the world a healthier, happier place. She believes that living a healthy lifestyle and eating for your health isn't meant to be complicated -- it's meant to be simple, enjoyable, and judgment-free (with room for dessert). When she’s not dishing out nutrition tidbits, you can find McKenzie keeping up with her two young daughters (and her dog!), visiting her local farmers market, or cooking in her sunny kitchen.