A simple carrot juice sweetened with fresh oranges and spiced with ginger.
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Bright in taste and creamy in texture, this mix of pineapple, parsnip, and blood orange juice is a winning combination.
This juice is simple, crisp, and refreshing. Though bright green and full of spinachy goodness, it tastes mostly like a lightly gingery grapefruit juice.
This winter juice turns boring old sweet potatoes into a rich and mellow drink that's lightened with apple and spiced with fresh ginger.
This frothy concoction is sweet, sour, and spicy, too.
This rich berry-avocado-date smoothie plays homage to the flavors of the Golden State.
This tangy juice is an excellent cocktail substitute: kumquats give it brightness, tartness, and a touch of bitterness, ginger adds a little spice, and pear make it smooth and rich.
Asian pear lends a delicate, floral sweetness to this light and refreshing juice, while the lemon and basil chat with each other in little bursts of excitement.
The pink color of this juice is from fresh cranberries, which add a nice tartness to sweet pineapple and apple juice.
This combination of red bell pepper, carrot, and tomato juices gets a punch of heat from fresh horseradish and garlic.
This drink—made with cucumber, fennel, celery, and green pepper—is very refreshing.
Although sweet potato is often juiced for its nutrients, it's also a lesser known source of subtle creaminess in terms of both flavor and texture. I won't pretend this juice tastes like dessert, but it really does have an undertone of creamsicle.
Savory and spicy may not be the first characteristics you'd expect in a juice, but once you try this combination you may not be able to kick the habit.
Refreshing and tangy, this lightly flavored juice will keep you happily hydrated on hot summer days.
Even if you're not so big on beets, chances are you'll be pleasantly surprised by Rouge Tomate's Red Tornado, a delicious mix of pomegranate, citrus, and beet juice.
Sweet, mellow, and oh so tropical-tasting. If you closed your eyes while drinking this juice, you just might be on a beach in Hawaii, where the palm trees are bright green and the juice is not.
Green juice should taste as good as it makes you feel. This recipe strikes a pleasing chord with well-balanced sweet, tart, spicy, and hearty flavors.
Yes, you can juice fresh mint leaves in a juice extractor. Mint and lime add a bright flavor to this kale and parsnip drink.
The natural sweetness of grape tomatoes is a wonderful partner for kale juice in this Bloody Mary inspired non-alcoholic drink.
Ginger adds heat to this tart kale limeade. Apple juice and coconut water tame the intense flavor—think of this as green juice for beginners—it's friendly, fun, and a little (naturally) sweet.