Green Giant Juice
The Green Giant Juice is fulfilling in all aspects of goodness. First let me start by saying the taste from the green giant juice is intensely delicious and very thirst quenching. Besides the great taste, this juice packs some of the best nutritional ingredients to give you a very well rounded juice. The fruit overpowers the vegetables when it comes to the taste with lemon being the dominate flavor. The lemon isn’t overpowering though and brings the tang to the recipe and ties it together.
The green giant juice is made up of apple, celery, cucumber, lemon, romaine lettuce, orange, spinach and pomegranate.
The green giant juice was made with the goal of an active and physical life style. It packs a full 16g of protein that is much needed for maintaining or building muscle mass while juicing. It exceeds the daily value of vitamins A, C, and K. It also packs other vitamins such as E and B6. As far as minerals it is loaded with a majority of daily values for calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, zinc, and copper. On top of all that it is a super anti-inflammatory juice! This is one juice that really packs a punch and will give you tons of energy! On to the recipe!
Green Giant Juice Recipe
- 1 whole head of Romaine Lettuce
- 3 big handfuls of Spinach
- 1 Cucumber (ends cut off)
- 2 stalks of Celery
- ½ Granny Smith Apple (cored)
- 1 whole Orange (peeled)
- ½ Lemon (peeled)
- 1 cup Pomegranate Seeds
Now you’re face is probably making that puckered up look after you realized there is a whole head of romaine lettuce along with 3 big handfuls of spinach. The fruits compliment these flavors and hide the flavors of the romaine and spinach really well. The trick is in the pomegranate seeds. These are amazing in the fact that you can add a small amount to give any juice a complete yet wonderful flavor makeover. I found whole food places like Fresh and Easy sell pomegranate seeds. The green giant juice can also be adapted if it’s a little too tangy by removing the ½ apple completely or by using ¼ lemon instead of a ½. I do hope you enjoy the Green Giant Juice recipe; I for one will be incorporating this into my daily routine for lunch or breakfast, or maybe even both! Enjoy, and happy juicing!juicing recipes, juicing, juice recipe, juice cleanse recipes, juice recipes, juice fasting recipes