4 Easy Homemade Juice Recipes (No Juicer Required!)

During summer I always love to have a big bowl of fruits and vegetables in my kitchen. When the weather is hot, there is nothing better than fresh salads or berries. The problem is, they don’t tend to keep for very long and I often find myself having to get rid of fruit or vegetables that have gone bad, and there’s nothing worse than letting all that delicious food go to waste! Lately I’ve gotten really into making fresh homemade juices – I am not on a cleanse, but I truly believe there is no better way to start your day than a cold glass of homemade juice. These 4 recipes are easy to make and taste delicious, plus they are very, very good for you! If you have a favorite juice recipe, leave it in the comments below! We’d love to check it out :)

Good news: you don’t need a juicer to make these! I made them all with a blender. If you don’t like a lot of pulp in your juice, add a step to the instructions below to run through a strainer before drinking.

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This green juice is packed with iron, vitamin K, fiber and antioxidants – mostly from the healthy dose of kale. The lemon adds a nice citrus flavor plus vitamin C, and the cucumber makes the juice hydrating and refreshing.

Makes 12 oz.

1 cup chopped kale

1 cup diced cucumber

1 fresh squeezed lemon

1 tablespoon finely chopped ginger

1 cup water

Blend ingredients until smooth, and pour through a strainer if desired. Serve chilled and garnish with some kale and a cucumber slice!

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Rainy Day Blues

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Berries might be one of my favorite things to eat, and this juice is packed with blueberries, blackberries and raspberries to give you a healthy dose of antioxidants. Blueberries are the highest in antioxidants of any fruit and give your immune system a nice boost. I like adding a little bit of honey and bee pollen to this juice as well; bee pollen is high in protein and honey is a great natural energy booster!

Makes 21 oz.

1 cup blackberries

1 cup blueberries

1 cup raspberries

1 teaspoon honey

1 teaspoon bee pollen

½ cup water

Blend ingredients until smooth, and pour through a strainer if desired. Serve chilled and garnish with a few blueberries!

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Sunshine Blues

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I didn’t set out to make this juice, but I had some leftover blueberries, blackberries and lemons, so I decided to make some berry lemonade! Served over ice, this makes an amazing refreshing summer drink. Plus, it has all the benefits of blueberries and lots of vitamin C!

Makes 12 oz.

½ cup blackberries

½ cup blueberries

2 freshly squeezed lemons

1 tablespoon freshly chopped ginger

1 cup water

Blend ingredients until smooth, and pour through a strainer if desired. Serve over ice and garnish with a lemon wedge.

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Tropical Morning

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My favorite of all of the juices! If I could drink this every morning for breakfast I’d be happy. It’s like a delicious orange juice alternative with tropical fruit flavor and lots of healthy benefits including a ton of vitamin C and antioxidants. The addition of coconut water adds to the tropical flavor and helps hydrate your body and gives you an energy boost to start your day.

Makes 16 oz.

1 cup diced peaches

1 cup diced and peeled mango

1 freshly squeezed orange

½ cup coconut water

1 teaspoon agave nectar

Blend ingredients until smooth, and pour through a strainer if desired. Serve chilled and garnish with a peach slice.

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What is your favorite juice recipe? Share it below!

Photos by Julia.

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  1. 1 large beet, 1 granny smith apple, 2 carrots, and ginger to taste (I like a lot!)… So good. I love juice

  2. also !! for any of you smoothie/ juice fiends like myself ~ adding Chia Seeds to your drink are an easy ~ tasteless way to add a ton of omegas& other great nutrients to your body. it blends into your drink so well with all the other bits of strawberry or raspberry seeds. i shop for my chia seeds in a small bag from Trader Joes. peace& love to all my ladies <3

  3. Just had a wonderful juice ths morning, one mango, handful of blueberies, a few strawberries, and a splash of squeezed orange juice, add some ice and there you go. It was just what I needed to start my day :)

  4. Got leftover blueberry juice? Pour it over breafast cereal or use 1 cupful instead of cold water in making up a jelly.

  5. Your post is awesome. Iam a big fan of juice and your article makes it easier for the people that don’t have a juicer.
    You can always add Aloe Vera liquid to the mix, it’s too healthy and a blender and strainer. I just posted some pictures on my website, see this link. Middle of the page second recipe.

    You are also more than welcome to leave me comments.

  6. My go to juice is usually kiwi fruit, banana, watermelon, orange with a dash of bunderim ginger concentrate, honey to taste and any variety of these. Often when the fruit starts to turn just cut it up and freeze then the next time you have iced fruit for your drink as well as the contents. I also use any other fruit that I buy, berries, mango, lemon, etc.. You can also add soda water, basil, garlic(trust me), mint, and probably a huge amount of other herbs I can’t think of right now… Occasionally I will use left over plain unflavored, unsealed pumpkin that was either roasted or boiled… The key is to experiment and see what works for you.

  7. I was wondering how long the juicce would keep? Do you have to make fresh evfery morning, or would it keep in fridge for a day or two? Thanks.

  8. Hi Lolagail, I think it’s best to make it fresh. Personally, when I leave it for a couple days, it just never tastes the same. :)

  9. Juicing has made my skin clear, my waistline trim, and my body light on its feet. My friends laugh and then scratch their heads in confusion as to why they have bad skin, are fat, and have no energy. Their nightcaps of glasses of wine and their daily fast food diets are an epic fail, but they refuse to see the truth!

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  13. Wow, so beautiful photos! I like your Tropical morning. I do the same but instead of peaches and coconut water I add 1 peeled kiwi and sparkling mineral water. So good! Sometimes I do my favorite- handful of grapes, 1 apple, half of fresh ginger, 1/4 lemon and sparkling mineral water.

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  15. Great reading and I like your pictures and also your recipes. I have tried to tell people all the time that it is not as much of a juice cleanse but simply putting fruits and vegetables in your body. Most people are not big on eating fruits and vegetables, especially vegetables. Eating grilled chicken and turkey everyday will help but you will still be missing key ingredients and that is why I love drinking healthy juices.

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  17. I have a question and I might sound dumb but when u use the lemons do u put the whole slice of lemons or do you take the peel off somehow and if so how?

  18. I have a raspberry bush that produces an abundance of berries. After making straight raspberry juice, I was looking for a way to calm the pungent tart flavor it had. Adding blueberries, blackberries, honey, and bee pollen was the perfect remedy it needed. Thank you for sharing that recipe and all of your other creative juice recipes.

  19. I drink this juice every single morning, and often twice a day. Feel free to add some lemon if you like (and if you have a Breville, you can put it right into your juicer) to make it “green lemonade.” You can also omit the ginger if you don’t like it spicy.

  20. 2 great juices.
    Watermelon, cucumber, teaspoon lemon juice. Blend together. Enjoy
    Apples, kale, cucumber, orange. Blend together. Enjoy

  21. These all sound great! (Although I might not be able to get over the look of the first one… The tropical one sounds awesome! I havnt used my juicer in so long! Oh and this is a juice that I really like: grapefruit, orange, carrot, Apple, ginger. I really like it! And sometimes we put in pineapple or strawberrys just any other fresh nutritious ingredients.

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