When the weather gets hot and balmy, there is nothing more refreshing than a superfood-packed juice or smoothie. Here is one of our favorite juice recipes from Tina’s new book, Superfood Juices and Smoothies. Make a huge batch and bring it to your next party, barbecue, or pool-side girl fest. Your friends will thank you.
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Excerpted from Superfood Juices and Smoothies by Tina Leigh
This is pink lemonade like you’ve never had before. Unlike the varieties found in restaurant soda dispensers, this blend is more tangy than sweet due to the natural sugars coming only from hydrating coconut water and
fiber-rich raspberries. Goji juice provides a mega-burst of antioxidants and a mildly sweet and tangy flavor, and orange, lemon, and camu camu powder contribute sharp tartness and loads of vitamin C.
Time: 5 minutes
Yield: Approximately one 16-ounce (500 ml) pink lemonade
1/2 cup (118 ml) Pure Goji Juice (recipe follows)
1/2 cup (118 ml) fresh-pressed orange juice
1 medium lemon, juiced
1/2 cup (75 g) frozen raspberries
1/2 cup (118 ml) coconut water
1/2 teaspoon camu camu powder
In a blender combine all the ingredients. Blend on high for 20 seconds. Enjoy immediately and sip slowly.
Pure Goji Juice
Making your own goji juice will save you money and result in pure, fresh, liquid gold rich with immune-boosting vitamin C and disease-fighting antioxidants. You also benefit from producing a tasty juice that
doesn’t have added sugar, an unnecessary additive often present in bottled varieties. The taste of this nutrient-rich juice is tangy and sweet and can be enjoyed alone or mixed into smoothies and juices.
Time: 8 to 12 hours (includes brewing time)
Equipment: 32-ounce (1 L) glass jar with a tight-fitting lid, blender, fine-mesh strainer
Yield: Approximately 32 ounces (1 L)
1/2 cup (75 g) goji berries
32 ounces (1 L) filtered water
Combine goji berries and water in a large glass jar. Apply lid and let rest at room temperature for at least eight hours and ideally up to twelve. Transfer soaked berries and liquid to a blender and purée on high for 1 minute. Pour juice back into glass jar through a fine-mesh strainer. Store juice in refrigerator until ready to use. The juice will remain fresh for up to seven days.
Mom always told you, “Drink your juice!” But let’s face it—the choices in the grocery store can be boring, full of sugar, and are getting more expensive every day. Well, move over orange and cranberry cocktail! This looks like a job for superfoods like kale, chia, coconut, goji, and cacao!
Never heard of things like sacha inchi or yacon? Not to worry—Superfood Juices & Smoothies offers an easy-to-follow guide that anyone interested in getting healthy will love. Author Tina Leigh breaks down each nutrient rich food and provides you with taste, texture description, health benefits, storage and more! Most of the recipes in the book are low-glycemic and low sugar to keep you feeling balanced and healthy.
Juices and smoothies are so fun and simple to make and with the 20 key superfoods found in this book, you can start to enjoy 100 delicious and nutritious recipes!