The Best Cold Press Juice Recipes For Your Health

Welcome back to my Smoothie Corner

Today I thought of sharing with you some recipes I have used to create some extraordinary healthy juices. I know I am venturing a bit out of the Smoothie area but these juices are so good and full of nutrients I think they are definitely worth being in my Corner Section. So with no further delay here are my best cold press juice recipes for 2019.

All the following recipes have been made using a cold press juicer which is one of the best, healthiest ways to juice any type of fruits or vegetables. Cold pressing will not kill any of the enzymes presents in the ingredients and will give you the maximum nutritional value you can get from any plant, vegetable or fruit you decide to use.

1 THE ORANGE COLOUR JUICE

ingredients: 1 Apple – 1 Lemon – 1 Carrot – 1 Sweet potato – 1 Maca – 1 spoon of Linen

The Nutritional Value: for 100g

  • Energy value 168Kj 40Kcal
  • Fat: 0g
  • Of which saturated 0g
  • Carbohydrates 9.2g
  • Of which 5,5g sugars
  • Proteins 0.7g
  • Salt 0.09g

The benefits: It is the type of juice that will prolong your tan, illuminate and hydrate your skin. In summer and at any time of the year, it will be your best beauty ally!

2 THE VEGAN DREAM

ingredients: 1 Pear – 1 Orange – 1 Carrot – half of a Pineapple – 1 small piece of ginger (about 2 cm) – 1 Lemon – 1 Beetroot

The Nutritional Value: for 100 g

  • Energy value 125Kj 29Kcal
  • Fat: 0g
  • Of which saturated 0g
  • Carbohydrates 6.6g
  • Of which sugars 6,6g
  • Proteins 0.7g
  • Salt 0.06g

The benefits: if you are looking for anti-aging juices, this is the 1!

It will provide maximum vitality before, during and after any physical activity. An explosive combination of fruits, vegetables, and roots that will not leave you indifferent. You only have to try it to believe me!

3 THE LOVING GREEN JUICE

ingredients: 1 Apple – A handful of Spinach – 1 Cucumber – 1 Celery – a small piece (2 cm) of Ginger – 1 Lemon

The Nutritional Value: for 100 g

  • Energy value 108Kj 25Kcal
  • Fat: 0g
  • Of which saturated 0g
  • Carbohydrates 5,8g
  • Of which 5,5g sugars
  • Proteins 0.6g
  • Salt 0.03g

The benefits: It is an excellent anti-inflammatory. It is the ideal juice to help you burn fat and lose those extra pounds. You just have to supplement it with a healthy diet and exercise. And start losing weight!

4 THE SWEET RED

The Ingredients: 1 Orange – 1 Pomegranate – 1 cup of Raspberries – 1 teaspoon of Turmeric

The Nutritional Value: for 100 g

  • Energy value 197Kj 46Kcal
  • Fat: 0g
  • Of which saturated 0g
  • Carbohydrates 12g
  • Of which sugars 11g
  • 0g proteins
  • Salt 0g

The benefits: This is definitely an antioxidant type of juice. The pomegranate is the main ingredient. Did you know that it is considered a super fruit? This juice has a sweet taste, ideal for the little ones in the house.

So there you have 4 simple cold press juice recipes that will help you keep cool in the summer, give you all the nutrients you need to fight a cold winter and really it doesn’t matter what season you are in, these juice are just good for you.

So if you have a cold press juicer, is time to get it out of your kitchen cupboard and start using it.

Sometimes we buy things because we get all excited when we see them in the shop and once the first enthusiasm has passed we forget we have them and we stuck them behind some other gadgets in the kitchen forgetting we ever bought them.

Well, it’s time to make good use of your juicer. Juicing is one of the best things you can do for your health.

May you all have a blessed day and don’t forget to leave me some comments and let me know what did you think of the recipes!

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12 Responses

  1. Paul says:

    The colors of your juices look so yummy! Thank you for sharing these four cold press juice recipes they do sound really good, nutritious, and easy to make.

    Instead of using a cold press juicer do you think it would still taste as good if I were to use a blender? 

    Another thing I always wonder when I prepare smoothies is how much pesticides or chemicals are on or in the ingredients I use?

    • Barbara S. says:

      Wash all your fruits and veggies and if you get the chance to buy the organic ones which are always better. As far as blending instead of juicing, for this one I think juicing is actually better. I do blend a lot of stuff, but some of the ingredients like the ginger, for example, are hard to  get any juice out ina blender but the cold press will definitely do the job

  2. Kari says:

    Hi Barbara

    Absolutely love your new post. Especially now because I am sick this week. The orange Colour juice is wonderful and my skin is radiant. I am working on the sweet red juice because of its antioxidant properties. Hoping it will help be get over this sickness quicker. Thanks for your recipies and all of your info, great.

  3. Hockey in a Nutshell says:

    There is a lot of great information on this site. The colors are amazing and attracted me to read more. I am not a vegan. I am actually a pretty voracious carnivore. But, the cold press juices that you have on the site sure do look interesting and delicious. You included an “Energy Value” in joules for all your juices. How do you come up with that number? I, also, like that you include benefits to the juices, like anti-aging, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant juices. The Loving Green Juice is my favorite so far because I am diabetic so I need as little sugar as possible. It was great to see a nutrition chart attached to each juice. Great site!

    • Barbara S. says:

      Thank you so much. I have an app I use that gives me the calories intake and breaks down the protein, vitamin and so on depending on the food and quantity I put it. I love it, I used to use it a lot when I went on a diet….now I  stop believing in diets, I just get hungry at the word diet on itself…but the app is still very handy!

  4. Kinggold19 says:

    Wow, this article is interesting and full of useful information. These recipes are just the best and the cold press process of getting the job done is good in that no nutrients will be lost in the process. The vegan dream really entices me  I think I will like drinking this for the rest of my life. This is actually so wonderful, thank you. Good job here. Well-done.

  5. Vince Enzo says:

    Thanks for the healthy reminder. Have you heard of the turmeric tonic? It has similar uses as you described except that every ingredient is anti-inflammatory. It’s kind of a one stop shop fix-all tonic for any illness and especially for prevention. The turmeric tonic is a combination of these ingredients: powdered turmeric, honey, whole lemons, and real ginger root. Recipe, pour water in pot turn it on high, skin a few pieces of Ginger and chop them up into tiny pieces, juice 3 lemons. Pour in the turmeric and ginger and wait until it boils. Then add in the lemon juice and turn off the oven Be sure to stir continuously. When the pot cools down to drinking temperature then you add in honey. A precaution: never add honey in boiling water or very hot water it is known to become toxic. Check it out, let me know what you think.

    • Barbara S. says:

      Love the recipe, thank you so much for sharing it with me. I will definitely try this one straight away. I love when people become creative and exchange ideas!

  6. Sylvia says:

    I am new to a Vegan diet and still trying in finding my way around in how to start and of course, in how to maintain this new diet and lifestyle.

    I always loved juicing but didn’t know about cold press juices. I also have read your article on slow juicing, very informative too and something to think about to purchase a new juicer.

    I love the recipes they are certainly simple enough and I will make me some juice tonight. I also enjoyed the recipes name, very creative and catchy too. 🙂

    Glad I have found your site saved it too.

  7. Jagi Egnell says:

    Enjoyed reading your vegan smoothie recipes. I’m also into smoothies, especially cancer healing smoothies. I’ve been hearing a lot of good things about carrot smoothies. Ones you got listed here looks so yummy. I personally like ginger in my smoothies and I noticed that some of your smoothies include ginger.

    These are very unique recipes, are they your own? I’ve seen a lot of smoothie recipes over the years. It seems a lot of people are going vegan now. A lot of times when I notice when people go begin is they eat way too much-processed food, great that you’re providing an alternative healthy vegan drink.

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