4 Juices You can Make Right in Your Blender

Juicing is a quick and easy way to get essential vitamins and nutrients that may be otherwise lacking in your daily diet. Don’t have a juicer? No problem! These four recipes from The Juice Lover’s Big Book of Juices are made right in your blender.

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Grape Lucky

Makes 12 to 16 ounces (355 to 475 ml)

Lemon balances out the sweetness of the grapes in this tangy version of grape juice.
1 lemon
2 cups (300 g) grapes
½ cup (120 ml) cold water

1. Cut the peel off of the lemon and slice it into wedges.
2. Put the lemon and grapes in your blender.Blend on high speed until smooth. Add more water, if you like. Serve immediately.

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Orange Swinger

Makes 12 to 16 ounces (355 to 475 ml)

If you like tangy or sour flavors, this vitamin C–packed drink will be right up your alley.
2 oranges
1 small lemon
½ cup (120 ml) cold water
1. Cut the peels off of the oranges and slice them into wedges. Cut the peel off of the lemon and slice it into wedges.
2. Put the oranges, lemon, and water in your blender. Blend on high speed until smooth. Add more water, if you like. Serve immediately.

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Pink Goddess

Makes 12 to 16 ounces (355 to 475 ml)

Combine the powerful antioxidants in berries and the vitamins in honeydew melon and you’ll be glowing in no time.
5 strawberries
1 cup (170 g) honeydew chunks
¼ cup (33 g) raspberries
½ cup (120 ml) cold water

1. Put the strawberries, honeydew, raspberries, and water in your blender. Blend on high speed until smooth. Add more water, if you like. Serve immediately.

JUICY TIP
To turn your blended juice into a creamy smoothie, add nut milk or coconut milk instead of water to your drink before blending.

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Tomato Dream

Makes 12 to 16 ounces (355 to 475 ml)

Even if you aren’t a tomato fan, you’ll love it in this juice.
1 orange
1 mango
½ of a tomato
½ cup (120 ml) cold water

1. Cut the peel off of the orange and cut it into wedges. Cut the peel off of the mango and discard the pit. Cut the flesh into spears or chunks. Slice the tomato half into wedges.
2. Put the orange, mango, tomato, and water into your blender. Blend on high speed until smooth. Add more water, if you like. Serve immediately.