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.
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.
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.
15 minPrep Time
15 minTotal Time
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.