Happy Saturday Darlings! The kids are away for the weekend and as I prepare for a long day on tomorrow serving on the Social Media Ministry at the dReam Center Church of Atlanta I decided that its time for me to go back to juicing. If I can have a transparent moment I have found myself drinking more sodas and we all know that they are not healthy. Last year I lost over 20 pounds from juicing, fasting and working with Personal Trainer Food. So while I had a little time today to myself I thought why not jump right back into the game and start my week off with some fresh juice. Please keep in mind that as long as you have a great juicer ( I love my Breville) that you can make juice out of anything in your refrigerator. Unfortunately for me since I could not get to the market I had to get creative.
Upon searching for ingredients I remembered that I had two fresh pineapples and an assortment of apples. Who doesn’t love Pineapple Apple Juice? Did I mention that this quick recipe cost me less than $4.
This recipe is so easy that a 3-year-old could make it. Well maybe a 6-year-old. Although I’m only using two ingredients always keep in mind that you can add other favorites like: kale, cucumbers, bananas, oranges, etc. You get the idea.
Here’s what you will need to make 1 servings:
1 Fresh Pineapple
1 Gala Large Apple
1 Red Delicious Apple
1 Granny Smith Apple
- Rinse your apples in hot water to remove any excess film and dirt.
- Cut apples in quarter.
- Cut the top and the bottom off of the pineapple followed by the sides.
- Slice the pineapple up and remove the core. I like to create pineapple strips.
- Add Pineapples to juicer first then apples.
The juice is ready for you to enjoy. If you plan on enjoying your juice a little later please pour it into a mason jar. I suggest a mason jar because your able to completely seal the jar to preserve the enzymes and nutrients.
My oldest son is home from college so once he walked in the house and saw that I was juicing he asked for a jar too. I simply followed the same recipe twice. SUPER SIMPLY! ENJOY!
PIN FOR LATER!!!
Here’s the printable recipe for you too!
- 1 Fresh Pineapple
- 1 Gala Apple
- 1 Granny Smith Apple
- 1 Red Delicious Apple
- Cut the top, bottom and sides off of pineapple. Cut in strips.
- Cut all apples in quarters.
- Add pineapples first followed by apples.
- Juice and Enjoy!
- You can store the juice for up to 24 hours in a sealed mason jar.