Carrot Mango Juuuuuuuuice!

by zesty on May 25, 2011 · 4 comments

Let’s pretend the weather is nice and sunny and you are craving fresh made juice as you sit on the porch and watch the sun beat down on you.  Can we?  Sure we can – despite reality of rain and miserable weather.

You know I love my juicer and making juice.  The other day I had a bag of carrots that were aching to get used up so I hauled out the juicer and cleaned out the fridge.  Great way to do such that!  The results were pretty good.  I have to say, I have not really had a bad juice.

What’s In The Juice

  • 3 apples
  • 2 pears
  • 12 carrots
  • 3 ripe mangos
  • handful or baby spinach

Give it a try and let me know what you think.  So you make juice and you have a ton of pulp on the side of your juicer…. what do you do with it?  Well I take the cover off and biff it in the compost bin.  But if you are Gena from choosing raw, you use the pulp to make crackers!  I know… brilliant!

I was reading Gena’s post on making pulp crackers and I was floored.  I thought this was an amazing idea because i hate throwing out food and I love crackers!  All this time, I have been throwing out this pulp and now I will stop.

Alright, I better go get ready for work.  Have a super Wednesday and I will see you all to wrap up the week.

Take care


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1 Aggie

Oh how I love my juicer! I have yet to have a bad juice either. Carrot apple anything is my favorite! Love the color of yours with the mango, mmmm!

I too am also floored by those pulp crackers! I hate throwing out the pulp! I wonder where to get a dehydrater sheet?


2 Siew Ying

Hi can I know which juicer model of Hamilton Beach are you using?


3 Heather

This makes a really great juice! I’m new to juicing, I made the mistake of doubling the recipe and made a gallon! OMG!


4 Tony Rykers

This looks to be a wonderful mixture. Especially with the addition of mangos. One of my favourite fruits.
I might try it with an addition of papaya and a touch of ginger for digestion.


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