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Juice Week || Day 1 || Strawberry Apple Lime

 

It’s been a weekend filled with food, wine and well. . .  more food and wine.  Always signs of a good weekend, especially when it’s spent with great people.

With Spring just around the corner and thinking I’m not alone on the whole eating and drinking thing, I figured now’s a good time to for a week of juicing.

Don’t get me wrong. This is not a “juice only”, but something to add into your daily [or weekly] regime. I like food way too much to give that up.

I have my juice either first thing in the morning with my breakfast or late afternoon. Too get the full benefit, it’s best to consume immediately after juicing, but since we all live busy lives, you can store in an airtight container, in the fridge and up to 3 days – max.

 

Right now Whole Foods has a great deal on strawberries. They’re also at the market, looking picture perfect.

This was actually my first time juicing strawberries and definitely not the last. This combination of strawberries, apple and lime is practically summer bottled in a jar. It’s one of my favorites and could drink this every day. Too bad I can’t get this on tap. That would be awesome.

You can read more about the benefit of juicing and also the difference between juicing and blending, here.

Recommended juicers

  1. Breville [or this one]
  2. Cuisinart
  3. Waring Juicer – Inexpensive, but gets the job done

In case you’re curious, here are the mason jars I use to both drink, and store my juices in. They fit perfectly in cup holders, handbags and don’t take up much room in the fridge. Ah, me and my love for jars.

 

Happy Market Monday!

 

Fresh Strawberry, Apple & Lime Juice

*requires a juicer

Ingredients

  • 2 1/2 cups fresh organic strawberries, remove stems and cut in half
  • 1 organic apple, cored and cut into large pieces
  • 1 organic lime, quartered

Directions

Turn on the juicer.

Add ingredients, one at a time.

Pour the fresh juice into a glass and enjoy!

 

Fresh juice is best consumed immediately after juicing and would recommend not going more than 3 days.

Serves two

 

*gluten-free *vegan

 

Related Post

Fresh Organic Carrot, Apple & Ginger Juice

 

 

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  • Katrina @ Warm Vanilla Sugar

    I’ll take one of each! Yum!

  • Sally @ Spontaneous Hausfrau

    This sounds delicious!  I love using lime in my juices.  I’m really looking forward to the juices you’ll be posting this week :)

  • Mary Cammisuli

    Oh I am so excited, I just bought a juicer on the weekend!

  • http://www.heathersdish.com/ Heather (Heather’s Dish)

    you’ve pretty much convinced me…a juicer is a necessity!  this sounds absolutely amazing!

  • http://www.ladomestique.com Jess O’Toole

    I can’t seem to incorporate juice in my morning routine, but I do love it in the afternoon as a pick-me-up. This combination of flavors looks so refreshing and cheerful!

  • http://www.wineandbutter.com/ Em (Wine and Butter)

    I adore fresh juice and always add a bit of grated ginger to it as well! YUM!

  • http://www.seventeenthandirving.com/ Lauren | Seventeenth & Irving

    This sounds really yummy! I’m now considering a mid-morning run to Whole Foods to get strawberries.

  • http://www.bakeyourday.net/ Cassie @ Bake Your Day

    Gorgeous! These sound so good! 

  • http://glitzglamgranola.com/ Emily @ Glitz Glam Granola

    Omg this sounds like the most refreshing combo ever!! I cannot WAIT to  make it!!

  • http://www.twopeasandtheirpod.com/ Maria

    I just made some strawberry juice! Will have to try adding apple next time!

  • http://edibleperspective.com/ Ashley

    I have the Compact Breville Juicer and love it!  I focused on veggie juices when I first got it but really need to experiment with more fruit!  Strawberry apple lime sounds outstanding.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=10015502 Katie Gardiner

    i could hug you. i’ve been scouring the internet for juice recipes.

  • http://www.archerfriendly.com/ Archer

    I love how you label the juices in the photo!  

    I’m in love with jars too…for the same purposes!  Although I need to get myself the skinny jars that fit in cup holders in the car!  

  • Hollye Jacobs, The Silver Pen

    This looks amazing! I’ll be making it this afternoon. Yah! Do you have a source for the jars (preferably online)? Thanks!
    Hollye Jacobs, The Silver Pen

  • Anonymous

    Yes, I included the link to amazon in the post – right under “recommended juicers”. Hope that helps!

  • Anonymous

    highly recommend! I did include the link to the skinny mason jars in the post if you’re interested.

  • Anonymous

    I had been doing the same, doesn’t seem to be many cool juicing sites. Enjoy!

  • Lucie (Thursday Night Dinner)

    yum! these look so refreshing!!

  • Jen @ Pretty Plate

    Just made this! LOVE it!!!! Thanks for sharing!! Can’t wait to try the carrot juice.

    : ))
    Jen 

  • http://valsocal.blospot.com/ Val

    Your blog and recipes are truly incredible.

  • Grace1980

    a whole lime was way too much lime…. it’s all i can taste.. I’m sure it’s great otherwise.. I’m sure it will be better for me next time around

  • http://www.thetestnest.com/ Lesalini

    Oooh! This looks amazing!  I needed some inspiration to get back to using my juicer and this is it!

  • http://twitter.com/amandascookin Amanda Formaro

    Love this! What a great gift too!

  • Harini

    I want to drink this!  I have strawberries and lime and I think I will be making this tomorrow. :)

  • Anonymous

    I could hug you right now, THANK YOU so much!

  • http://Madlyclumsilyshamelessly.blogspot.com/ MadlyClumsily

    I just bought a juicer and this is the first thing I made.  I LOVED it!  Thanks for carrying about our health.

  • Anonymous

    YAY!! I have the biggest smile on my face and of course, you’re so welcome!!

  • esther

    i just got these mason jars too. do you reuse the canning lids? i’ve only used them once so far and they seem to rust really easily.

  • Anonymous

    I haven’t had any issues with rusting so I’ve been reusing them. I haven’t canned in them, just use them as storage so maybe that’s why. I believe you can buy new lids. Good luck!

  • SEV1999

    This is probably a beginners question but do I juice the lime with the peel or do I peel it first?

  • Linguerry

    What type of juicer would you recomend.  Will a blender work?

  • liverpoollegal

    I just made me one in my brevile juicer.  Summertime in a cup! :)  

  • Anonymous

    love it, enjoy!!

  • Cactustwins

    where did you get that cute mason jars? 

  • Dale Mullings

    Amazing, and I add some fresh mint from my garden today… so good!  Thanks!

  • Anonymous

    awesome, so happy you liked it!

  • Anonymous
  • WithStyleGrace

    yep, highly recommend the breville!

  • WithStyleGrace

    no need to peel, just put the quarters of limes through.

  • Ann O’Connell

    can I water bath the juice so I can save for longer or maybe freeze for future pleasure.

  • WithStyleGrace

    I don’t have experience with that and not sure if it takes away some of the nutritional value. I’m usually comfortable going as long as 3 days with fresh juice.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=528065507 Amy Cook

    Made this today. It was yummy.