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Tuesday, May 13, 2014
Pineapple, Mint, Berry Recipe
1-large pineapple, peeled, cored and cut into cubes
30- fresh mint leaves
Wash the ingredients well, then cut them up as needed to fit through the chute of your juicer. Add 2oz of vodka per serving. Juice the ingredients in the order listed according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Serve immediately.
Fruit Cooler Recipe
2 handfuls of cherries (1-2 cups) pitted
2 apples (cored)
Juice together for a rich burgundy-red juice. Add vodka to taste. Shake and serve up. Garnish with a mint leaf.
This is a great juice to start of the new year. The ginger and grapefruit give it a little zing, and screams “celebrate!” Try it for breakfast without alcohol.
1Ž4 inch of ginger
Add 2 oz. of vodka or spiced rum and pour over ice.
Pineapple Mimosa Recipe
A few pineapple rings or spears
1 lemon (peeled)
Juice the pineapple and lemon. Fill half a glass with ice and pour the juice on top. Then, pour a few ounces of champagne on top of the juice. This recipe only makings one glass of juice.
Tip: If you are making this for several people just juice 1 or two pineapples with a few lemons beforehand. Stick it in the fridge and have the juice ready to go for your party.
The Day-After Hangover Helper Recipe
1 stalk of celery
2 inches of cucumber
A dash of Tabasco sauce
Salt and pepper
2oz of water OR vodka if you’d like an alcoholic version
Fill a glass half with ice. Juice the tomatoes, celery and cucumber. Add the tobacco, salt and pepper and mix together. Then add either the water or vodka. Stir together and pour overtop of the ice.
Disclaimer: These recipes and photograph are courtesy of Juicepresso.