Recipe from Cove’s Kitchen — Carrot Apple Ginger Juice & Pink Lemonade

IMG_3209Mom was right when she told us to “eat our vegetables!” but now we can drink them too!

Cove Sous Chef, Hallie Saunders has a passion for sharing the healing properties of various foods, mainly whole grains, fruits and vegetables. Hallie is a cancer survivor and knows a thing or two about healing your body with the very food that we put in our bodies.  

When asked why she loves juicing so much, she tells us, “Juice is one of the most powerful whole foods that you can put in your body.  It takes very little energy to digest, so you maintain almost all of the energy and nutrients that it gives.”

Hallie offers these four important facts about juicing: 

  • Juicing can help prevent cancer and heart disease
  • Juicing can boost immunity
  • Juicing cleanses the body of toxins
  • Juicing treats a variety of diseases from anemia and constipation to arthritis

Watch here as Hallie shows you how to prepare two delicious juice recipes, Carrot Apple Ginger Juice and  Pink Lemonade juice.  Both with ZERO sugar and just three ingredients each. 

 

Recipes

Carrot Apple Ginger Juice 
5 medium carrots
2 apples
1/4 inch piece of ginger
Feed all ingredients through juicer and enjoy!
Yields: 8oz

Pink Lemonade 
4 to 5 small apples
1/4 of lemon with rind on
1/4 inch piece of beet
Feed all ingredients through juicer and enjoy!
Yields: 8oz

Don’t have a juicer?  Most any juicer will work, but Hallie recommends the Champion Juicer.  

We want to hear what you thought of these juices.  Which was your favorite? 

Please share in the comments section below. 

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12 thoughts on “Recipe from Cove’s Kitchen — Carrot Apple Ginger Juice & Pink Lemonade”

  1. Thank you so much for offering this video on The Cove website. The recipes look delicious !!!! I would love to purchase a juicer and start juicing! I used the link you provided to the go to the Champion Juicer webpage but did not see the type of juicer Hallie was using. Would it be possible for you to send me the model number or another link which would take me to the juicer shown in the video? Thank you so much. Gerry

    1. Gerry, Hallie was using another juicer in the video. She recommends the Champion that you can link to through the blog. Look forward to hearing how your juicing goes!

  2. Totally enjoyed the video about juicing. Thanks for the insight into the good health benefits. I was so impressed, that I went out and purchased a juicer! Thanks for sharing this insight!

  3. Covered, I have watched the Video and loved the simplest way of Healthy Juicing.
    I would love to buy the Champion Juicer too.

  4. The recipies sound great but I was just wondering if you don’t have a juicer or don’t want to invest in one, is it okay to use a blender to make these juices?

    1. Good question, Debra. By using a blender instead, that would be considered a smoothie. Juicing removes the fiber, while smoothies retain the fiber. Both are super nutritious! Let us know how your’s turns out. Blessings.

  5. I follow a whole foods, plant-based, minimal-to-no-salt, oil, and sugar, so was surprised and delighted to see these two recipes. I can’t wait to try them. I was getting thirsty watching you prepare them. Thank you.

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