This Carrot Kale Apple Juice with Parsley is an incredibly delicious, refreshing and nutritious juice. It is a great source of vitamin A, C and iron. It comes together quickly using a juicer and makes for an amazing morning drink.
Actually, my favorite thing to do lately is using parsley for juicing. It adds a freshness to your juice that is almost too good to be true. And don’t worry, it doesn’t taste like grass or anything. It just tastes very clean, and incredibly refreshing.
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Why this recipe works
- It’s delicious! It is sweet yet a little earthy and crisp.
- Parsley is incredibly nutrient dense. According to The Juice Nut , one cup of fresh parsley contains 133% of your daily dose of vitamin C, 101% of vitamin A, and 21% iron! It is great for the immune system.
- It’s an easy way to get several servings of fruits and veggies in an easy to digest manner.
- parsley– organic parsley is ideal because it has less pesticides.
- kale– organic kale. A big bunch with long stems.
- carrots– organic carrots are great for this recipe.
- apple– any type of your choice works.
- strawberries– organic strawberries or blackberries work well in this recipe.
- orange– I like using navel or blood oranges.
See recipe card below for a full list of ingredients and measurements.
How to make this recipe
- Wash and cut the carrots, apple, and strawberries.
- Peel the orange and cut it into pieces.
- Wrap the parsley inside the large kale leaves before juicing them. This helps make sure they get pushed through the juicer.
- Mix and serve!
I use the Waring Pro Juicer. I’ve used it for years because it is easy to clean and you can put everything into the dishwasher.
You can make it a few hours in advance. Just make sure to put it in an airtight drinking container and refrigerate it.
You can drink it any time of day. I like it in the morning because it gives me energy.
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Carrot Kale Apple Juice with Parsley
- 1/2 of a large bunch of kale
- 1/2 of a large bunch of fresh parsley
- 5 large carrots
- 2 small apples, , or 1 large one
- 1 orange, , with the peel removed
- a handful of blackberries or strawberries
- Wash and cut all of the ingredients to fit into your juicer. ( I use a WaringPro juicer)
- Wrap the parsley inside the large kale leaves before juicing them. (unless you have a special kind of juicer that can juice smaller greens such as wheatgrass etc, wrapping them ensures that you get the most flavor and juice from your smaller greens).
- Juice the rest of the ingredients and mix.
- Yields 30 ounces of juice
Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.