Mojito Juice

Mojito Juice

I’ve learned that I am a very indecisive person when it comes to buying produce.  It usually takes me three rounds in the produce section or at the farmers market before I feel ready to make some commitments.  And apparently, my indecisiveness is even worse when I’m buying produce online.

Picking out my SPUD juicing box each week has been the most excruciating process because I love them all!  Do I try something new?  Do I stick with an old favorite?  The options! In the end I went with my favorite Organic Dynamic Beauty Juicing Box for this week and I’m definitely glad I did because I discovered a brand new green juice combination that I adore.

Mojito Juice
I know that many of you have been excited and getting into juicing on your own so I wanted to remind you about this special offer from SPUD that ends in a few days.  SPUD has two juicing promotions going on until the end of January so if you’ve been looking for an affordable way to start juicing, this is your chance!
  1. If you sign up to buy a juicer (with weekly installment payments) and 6 months of juicing boxes, you’ll receive a $140 SPUD gift certificate! (This is a great option if you’re looking to do a long-term juicing program for yourself.)
  2. Or, if you do a one-time payment on a juicer, you’ll get 4 weeks of organic produce free ($140 value)!
Mojito Juice

Onto the juice! This Mojito Juice is one of my absolute favorite green drinks. I love the combination of cucumber, mint, and lemon in the juice because it makes me feel like I’m sipping a fancy cocktail, which also happens to be fabulous for my health! If you want a sweeter version of this juice, simply sub out the celery for an apple of your choosing.

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Mojito Juice
 
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Recipe type: Juices & Smoothies
Serves: 1
Ingredients
  • 1 cucumber
  • 3 stalks celery
  • handful fresh mint
  • 2 kale leaves
  • 1 lemon, peeled
Instructions
  1. Juice ingredients and enjoy!
Notes
Makes one 12 – 16 oz juice

 

And, Megan over at Makewells made a beautiful illustration of this recipe if you’re more visually inspired: Mojito Juice

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Comments

    • says

      This recipe was intended for a juicer, but I have seen many people online say that you can make juice in a blender. The general method is the blend the ingredient with water and then strain out the pulp. I have never tried this so I can’t personally recommend it or tell you how it compares, but it might be an option if you don’t have a juicer.

      • char says

        Why strain out the pulp? When i ‘juiced’ I popped the ‘pulp’ into a pot of beans or soup. Or even froze it.
        But why not just consume the ‘whole food’?
        If nothing else, at least valuable fiber.
        However , uncertain whether a regular blender would pulverize enough.
        What do you think?

    • char says

      I no longer use a juicer, but instead use a strong blender, wastes nothing.
      I have found the ‘Bullet’ to be a less expensive alternative to a Vita Mix.
      For larger quantities just purchased a Blendex at Costco on sale for about 239$.
      Will see how that works.

    • says

      You can definitely juice it with the peel on, but I’ve found this makes it much stronger and bitter so I’d probably only use half a lemon. Let me know what you think!

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