4 Ingredient Basic Green Juice

Last week, I visited a local juicery named Clean Juice (this mention is not sponsored). I accidentally ordered the 20 ounce serving of juice and it was $14. I call it an accident because I really did want the 20 ounce serving, but I was quite shocked when the cashier told me the price.

Clean Juice uses fresh, organic juice and is a lovely place to visit. The staff were very nice and greeted me warmly and enthusiastically when I entered the store. However, the price (which I thought was a fair price, since the produce was organic and vegetables and fruits are kind of pricey and you need so many to make juice) made me wonder if I could (and should!) try my hand at making my own juice.

So, I made my way over to my local Target to get a juicer. First, I had to avoid the candy aisle, which was absolutely packed to the brim with tasty candies. I mean, it IS October, after all.

Eventually, I found a juicer to take home with me. I also picked up some organic fruits and vegetables before leaving the store.

Today, I made my first green juice! Here’s the written recipe! If you’d like to watch me make this juice and taste it (and make a few jokes) also check out my YouTube video! Also, this recipe and video is the first of FIVE! Come back tomorrow (and the next day and the next day) to see what other juicy concoctions I can come up with next.

BASIC ASS 4-INGREDIENT GREEN JUICE

Ingredients:

  • 2 stalks celery
  • 2 carrots
  • 2 large handfuls of kale
  • 1 small – medium gala apple

Directions:

  1. Peel and cut off the ends from the celery stalks and carrots.
  2. Run all ingredients through your juicer.
  3. Add ice and enjoy!

Watch me make this juice here:

One Comment Add yours

  1. Anonymous says:

    I think I would love that juice! Not a lot of work to enjoy a glass of fresh juice! I might have to invest in a juicer πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ’―

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