Sweet Orange Green Drink

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I love veggies morning noon or night. When I am not hungry and just feel like a refreshing drink, I am so excited to have this boost of the most awesome nutrients in such a tasty drink.

I asked John if he would like to try my green drink.

He said, NO WAY, that he tried making a green drink once and it was disgusting. He blended a ton of kale with a little water and nothing else. Well, no wonder.

This green drink is a juicy blend of green apple, lemon, orange, a nice dark leafy green, pea shoots, celery, cucumber, and broccoli stem.

Enjoy!

 

 

Sweet Orange Green Drink
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Servings
1 drink
Servings
1 drink
Sweet Orange Green Drink
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1 drink
Servings
1 drink
Ingredients
Servings: drink
Instructions
  1. Cut up fruits and veggies to fit juicer. Make sure they are organic when possible. Leave skins and peels on all except broccoli stem and orange. Juice away!
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2 Comments
  1. Great recipe Jane! Thanks… would you mind fixing the typo for “cucmber large” for those of us that want to print it for our collection 😉 Thank you!