Rachael Ray: Green Juice
Juices and smoothies have been popular among health and fitness experts for years. It seems like everyone is putting a spin on them. Just ask Curtis Stone, Rachael’s guest co-host and the author of a new cookbook, Good Food, Good Life. He shared this Good Morning Juice recipe with Rachael and all of us.
Rachael Ray: Curtis Stone’s Green Juice
A bonus to working with fresh foods is that your kitchen will smell like a garden. The ice is optional. Curtis Stone said it’s easy to come up with your own ideas for flavor combinations. Just think about what ingredients would go well together and try them in juice form.
“It’s exactly what you need first thing in the morning,” Stone said. The pair agreed that this drink was refreshing and delicious.
Now you can try making it for yourself, as long as you already have a juicer. I think the hardest part about working with a juicer is cleaning it. But it’s probably worth it for the health benefits.
Rachael Ray: Curtis Stone’s Good Morning Juice Recipe Ingredients
- 4 quartered Granny Smith Apples
- 5 stalks Celery (each cut in four sections)
- 1 cup loosely packed Mint leaves
- 1 2” piece peeled Ginger
- 4 quartered Pink Lady Apples
- 2 cups loosely packed Spinach leaves
- 3 tbsp Lime Juice
- Ice Cubes
Curtis Stone: Rachael Ray Good Morning Juice Recipe Directions
- Turn the motor on for your juicer.
- Feed in all the ingredients (except ice) and catch them in a container when they run through the machine.
- Pour juice over ice into four serving glasses.
- Drink immediately.