Fall Harvest Fresh Juice

Is it really almost Fall?  Crazy how time flies.  There are many who want to hold onto the last days of Summer.  For me, I am excited for Winter.  Yes, I am that crazy person who loves Winter.  Since we are heading into the Fall season.  That means it is time to devour tons of apples, and squash.  Here is a perfect recipe to keep things balanced in your life.  Grab a piece of apple pie, and a tall glass of Fall Harvest Fresh Juice.

Fall Harvest Fresh Juice

This week a community of food bloggers for Williams-Sonoma are celebrating Juice Week!  We are sharing our “weird, wild, and crazy” juice recipes.  If you are looking to update your juicer, or if you are in need of a juicer, here are several juicers to choose from!

While earning my nutrition degree, I also worked for a nutrition study.  The study was for women with breast cancer, and looked at long-term effects of a healthy diet.  The diet was high in fruits, vegetables, and fiber.  The study provided a cooking class to share new and creative ways to enjoy fruits and vegetables.  They wanted the participants to juice at least twice a day.  The juices usually included unique combinations that were still full of flavor.

Fall Harvest Fresh Juice

This juice recipe brings together ingredients you would not normally throw in your juicer.  The three ingredients share a perfect balance of flavor-  the apple provides the juice with a natural sweetener.  The Fall Harvest Fresh Juice is sweet, starchy, and delicious.  A filling recipe to enjoy for breakfast, or a snack.

Fall Harvest Fresh Juice

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Fall Harvest Fresh Juice

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Ingredients

About 1 1/2 cups of butternut squash
About 1 1/2 cups of jicama
About 1 1/2 apples, use a favorite medium apple

Instructions

This recipe really goes on taste, what your palate will want.

In juicer, add butternut squash, jicama, and apple.

Once fruit and vegetables are juiced, than strain the juice to remove the fiber and starch.

Will make about 12 oz of fresh juice.

Enjoy!

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  • This is indeed a very healthy juice recipe. I would love one!

  • Healthy and refreshing, great juice recipe 😀

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  • Kris Kuhens

    That sounds delicious! If only I had a juicer!

  • Hotly Spiced

    I’ve never juiced a pumpkin before! Your juice looks very pretty. I’ve just bought a nutri-bullet and I’m trying to start each morning with a freshly squeezed juice xx

  • No, no, no…we still have 20 more days until Fall!!! 🙂 I really don’t want summer to end, but I do know that eventually, I’m going to have to accept it. What a nice juice to welcome the coming of fall. I’m always combining butternut squash with apples, but have never added jicama. Love that idea! I don’t have a juicer, but I do see another dish forming with this combination. 🙂

  • Butternut squash… would never have thought of that, but what a brilliant idea!! Butternut is one of my favorite things about fall. Loving this!

  • Thespicyrd

    Great recipe Terra! Like Kim, I would never have thought to use Butternut Squash in juice (although I love it in smoothies 🙂 and I’ve never juiced jicama either. Genius idea! I’m looking forward to fall, especially because I’ve got a big trip to Spain and Portugal planned for October. Counting down the days!!! Have a wonderful week! xoxo

  • kitchenriffs

    I like summer, and will be sorry to see all the fresh fruits and veggies go, but I like colder weather too. And juice! This looks terrific — thanks.

  • Karen (Back Road Journal)

    I’m with MJ. Fall in New England is beautiful but I want summer to linger. As to winter, well…too much snow has it being my least favorite season. I’ll pass your recipe along to a friend who has a juicer when she comes by to pick apples in our orchard.

  • Suzanne

    Great looking juice and perfect for Fall. I’m trying to hold onto Summer too but find myself making apple recipes because my apple tree produced a few bags this year 🙂