Is your juicing habit costing a small fortune? Try these easy recipes, and you’ll seriously reduce the cost on your healthy habit. Using seasonal fruits and veggies (and a blender or juicer), you can have your very own colorful drink at home that’s packed with vitamins and nutrients. Scroll through for 11 refreshing juice recipes that will have you feeling amazing inside and out.
Watermelon, Ginger, and Turmeric Juice
Fresh watermelon is known for its hydrating benefits (it’s 91-percent water!). Combine that with the detoxifying effects of ginger and turmeric, and here’s a perfect juice—from My Sequined Life—that might just replace your morning cup of coffee.
Beet Grapefruit Green Juice
Nature sure knows how to make vibrant colors. The ruby red grapefruits and beets lend a touch of sweetness, while the fresh spinach and celery add an earthy crispness to the overall taste. This well-rounded juice, developed by With Food and Love, is the ultimate pick-me-up.
Passion Fruit Meyer Lemonade
These two fruits make the ideal pair in this invigorating juice by Love & Olive Oil. Add a few tablespoons of simple sugar syrup to really give it that sweetened lemonade flavoring.
Apple Pomegranate Juice
For a “pink drink” without the drive-thru or extra calories, opt for this simple apple pomegranate juice from Veg Recipes of India. The pomegranate seeds add a fresh, zesty flavor and lots of antioxidants.
Carrot, Orange, and Lime Juice
With nutrients like vitamin A, C, and potassium, this surprisingly tasty orange drink from Catching Seeds is sure to give you a much-needed boost. And the recipe shows you how to create this juice using a household blender, no fancy juicer required.
Glowing Skin Green Juice
Get your greens the easy way! Apples, celery, and kale is all that goes into this hydrating juice from Happy Foods Tube, designed to keep skin firm and healthy.
Evoke the goddess within using this recipe from Will Frolic for Food featuring coconut water, strawberries, lemon, and limes. All the ingredients balance out for a result that is not too tart or too sweet.
Who knew this summer favorite could taste so amazing without any refined sugar? This recipe from Feasting on Fruit uses a genius way to naturally sweeten the tart lemons: grape juice! We promise you won’t miss the store-bought lemonade once you give this juice a try.
Cucumber-Mint Green Juice
There’s something about mint that makes even the “earthiest” juices taste like classy cocktails. Combine it with lemon, lime, and fresh greens to make a Simply Happenstance’s delicious juice.
Tomato, Cucumber, and Pepper
Cooling cucumber meets savory tomatoes in this nutritious drink from Martha Stewart. The red tomatoes are packed with lycopene, which helps improve cognition and focus. Think of it as a healthy version of a bloody mary, sans the alcohol.
Cantaloupe and Kiwi Agua Fresca
If you’re looking for a tropical juice to enjoy al fresco, try this recipe from Foodness Gracious that evokes the best flavors of summer. Use it as a festive party punch, or keep it in the fridge to sip during heat waves.