Do you enjoy having different juices for breakfast? For most of us who are busy, breakfast usually becomes one of the most avoided meals. Then, consider it as an excellent time to indulge. And moreover, an excellent time to get the most out of nature’s delightful offerings by shaking up amazing yet healthy juices at home.
By the term juices, I do not expect something that we usually buy in packets. Nor am I promoting those fresh fruit juices, which many studies specify are mostly sugar.
Instead, I believe in taking the mixture of vegetable and fruit juices. It works quite well when you do not like a particular vegetable, but want to consume all the nutrients that vegetable has. For example, spinach is a vegetable you might not try otherwise; but in a glass of juice, mixed with other flavors and ingredients, you can whip up an amazingly delicious and nutritious beverage!
Tip: You can always use any combination of fruits and vegetables, but to make sure you come up with a healthy drink, keep the percentage of vegetables higher than fruits. So without further ado…
3 Simple And Healthy Breakfast Juice Recipes For You To Make And Enjoy
1. Apple, Carrot, And Spinach Juice:
It is an unusual method to sneak specific flavors in with the taste of spinach. But you may be surprised to find the drink does not taste like spinach but takes on the flavors of the other ingredients. It is somewhat a pulpy juice, but you can strain this drink and separate the pulp out it if you prefer. However, doing this is certainly less healthy, as the pulp includes all the fiber.
What will you need?
- 5 to 6 spinach leaves
- 1 carrot
- 1 apple
- Cinnamon (for flavoring purpose)
- Chop the three main ingredients, and stir into the juicer.
- You may want to add a little water to get the required consistency.
- Add some cinnamon.
- Strain it (not recommended)
- Or drink it without straining (highly recommended)
2. Celery And Kale Juice:
Quite determined to include greens in your diet? Let’s take a look at this healthy juice made from parsley, cucumber, kale, and celery.
If it feels a bit too healthy to you, then you can change its taste and make it sweet by adding a few slices of finely chopped pineapple.
Tip: Spinach is an excellent substitute for kale if the kale is not available in the market.
What will you need?
- 5 to 6 kale leaves (or spinach)
- 1 cucumber
- 1 celery stalk
- 2 tablespoon parsley
- Chopped pineapple (optional)
- Chop all the ingredients and stir them into a juicer until you get the required consistency.
- Strain or drink it without straining (recommended).
3. Kiwi And Beetroot Juice:
Beetroot, just like spinach, is a hard-sell root vegetable for some people. However, when you combine it with some lush fruit you can concoct a sweet-tasting, yummy drink.
What will you need?
- 1 kiwifruit
- 1 beetroot (medium or large)
- A couple of celery stalks
- Lemon (for flavoring)
- Peel and chop the kiwifruit. Mix it with the beetroot and celery stalks.
- Stir into a juicer.
- Squeeze one to two drops of lemon and the juice is ready!
Tip: It’s not recommended to use an overly sweet fruit (like papaya or mango) while making this juice. Doing so might cause the drink to be too sugary.
To Sum Up
This is all about preparing healthy and simple breakfast juices for your family. Whether you’re a busy husband or wife who goes to the office early in the morning or a mom or dad who takes your kids to preschool or secondary school early in the morning, then these juices are a must-have for you. I hope you enjoy!
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