Juicing has become massive in the health and wellness industry because they’re an easy but delicious way to get an abundance of fresh fruit and vegetables into your everyday. Admittedly, we got a juicer as a wedding present nearly 5 years ago, and I absolutely loved it. I’ll never be one for going on a juice cleanse, but adding something like this pineapple, carrot and ginger juice to my routine definitely gives me a lift.
At the moment, I’m really working on my hydration levels. During the colder months, tea tends to fuel my day whereas in the summer I’m actually pretty good with my water consumption. I think incorporating juices is another great way to stay hydrated, plus there are so many fresh juice combinations that you can create.
A refreshing and zingy juice recipe that makes a perfect afternoon pick me up!
- 4 carrots
- 2 slices of fresh pineapple
- 1 inch fresh ginger
Following the instructions on the Philips Avance Collection Centrifugal Juicer process the ingredients to release the juice into the jug supplied.
Give the juice a mix with a spoon before drinking.
I’ve experimented with juice recipes recently after my Philips Avance Collection Centrifugal Juicer arrived. It’s been great re-introducing juices into my routine, and have had them a few times a week to replace the sweet treats that I’m prone to eating when the afternoon energy slump hits.
What I love about the Philips Avance Collection Centrifugal Juicer is its simple cleaning feature, which if I’m honest normally puts me off making a juice. After making this pineapple, carrot and ginger juice it literally took a couple of minutes to wash the juicer so it was ready for its next use. It also features unique Fiberboost technology, allowing for 50% more fibres in your glass for a more wholesome juice.
This juice is seriously refreshing and I’m loving ginger so much right now, it gives a wonderful heat to smoothies and juices that I find energising. A tropical sweetness comes from the pineapple which works nicely with the earthy root vegetable flavour of the carrots.
Time to get back into the kitchen and start experimenting even more with the juicer again!
Do you make your own fresh juices? What’s your go-to combination?
*Recipe commissioned by Philips, but all opinions are my own.