Its a Green Juice morning…

I really wish I could stick to a juicing and souping food plan, I think I’d really see some results, weight loss and well being.  But alas I am still drawn to a cheeky cocktails and high salt, high fat appetizers.  All I need is the slightest hint of a celebration and my healthy eating plan is sunk!  So I’m starting again, drawing a line under my wanton ways and resolve to stick to my juicing and souping plan.  So join me, here’s a my favorite juice of all time, it gives me a zip and pep in my step and is absolutely delicious.


Green Juice
Serves 2
My favorite juice by far. Energy giving nectar!
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Prep Time
7 min
Total Time
10 min
Prep Time
7 min
Total Time
10 min
  1. 5 Kale Leaves
  2. 3 Celery Sticks
  3. 2 Granny Smith Apples
  4. 1 Cucumber
  5. Cup Spinach
  6. 1/2 Cup Parsley
  7. Juice of 1/2 Meyer Lemon
  8. Fresh ginger (as desired)
  1. Wash all ingredients thoroughly, making sure to rid the veggies and fruit from dirt and wax.
  2. Cut apples into quarters and remove cores
  3. Cut kale, celery, apple and cucumber to a size that allows for efficient juicing
  4. Set lemon aside and begin juicing the rest of the ingredients, making sure to alternate fruits and veggies - you'll need the celery cucumber and apple to help push the leafy veggies through the juicer.
  5. Wrap the ginger in a kale leaf, it will juice nicely.
  6. Once ingredients are fully juiced, add lemon juice and stir
  7. Sieve juice to eliminate the parts of the fruit and veggies that made it through the juicer
  8. Then serve
  1. If you are unsure of how much ginger to use, I would say a piece the size of your thumb should do it. Although I have really big thumbs. I happen to love ginger, so that benchmark works for me.
Adapted from Adapted from many recipes
Adapted from Adapted from many recipes