Juicing Substitution List

Juicing Substitution List

Juicing Substitution List


This juicing substitution list will show you what to use for fruit and vegetable replacements regardless whether you just don’t like certain produce, are allergic to some of the ingredients, or simply do not have access to them. Some ingredients can be hard to stomach for certain people and I’m here to tell you and show you that you can easily substitute those ingredients for something more desirable. Even if you have allergies you can and should check the juicing substitution list to see what alternatives you have.

Substituting Fruits

You’ll see that in the juicing substitution list I have many fruits and most of them can be replaced with just about any other fruit of your choice. It’s very easy to go overboard with your fruits so you will want to ensure your juices don’t contain more than 20% fruit.  You can also replace a fruit with a vegetable such as a carrot or a beet as both of those have a sweet taste when juiced.

Substituting Veggies

One major thing to keep in mind when using the juicing substitution list to pick out veggies is that you must have a protein veggie in your drink. A good source of protein in your juice will be from spinach or kale. When looking for spinach or a kale replacements I’ve only included other protein rich veggies to make sure you get your still get your protein. Most veggies are easily replaceable but for the sake of flavor I’ve included what I feel are the best possible substitutions while keeping close to the original flavor.

Juicing Substitution List

Main Ingredient Substitution List
Apples Beets, Blackberries, Carrots, Grapes, Oranges, Pears, Watermelon
Banana Avocado
Basil Cilantro, Parsley, Spinach
Beets Apples, Carrots, Oranges, Red Cabbage, Radish, Tomatoes
Blueberries Apricots, Blackberries, Cherries
Broccoli Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Cabbage, Celery, Kale, Spinach
Butternut Squash Carrots, Mango, Pumpkin, Sweet Potato, Other types of Squash
Carrots Apples, Beets, Oranges, Sweet Potatoes, Tomatoes
Celery Cabbage, Romaine Lettuce, Zucchini
Cilantro Basil, Parsley, Spinach
Cucumber Cabbage, Romaine Lettuce, Zucchini
Ginger Lemon, Radish
Grapefruit Blood Oranges, Tangelo Oranges, Lemons, Raspberries, Pineapple
Green Peppers Carrots, Red or Yellow Peppers, Red Cabbage, Romaine Lettuce
Kale Broccoli, Romaine Lettuce, Spinach, Swiss Chard
Lemon Ginger, Grapefruit, Lime, Raspberries, Strawberries
Lime Ginger, Grapefruit, Lemon, Raspberries, Strawberries, Tangerine
Mango Butternut Squash, Carrot, Kiwi, Papaya
Oranges Apples, Carrots, Grapefruit, Mango, Watermelon
Parsley Basil, Cilantro, Spinach
Peaches Apples, Nectarines, Oranges, Plums
Pineapple Apples, Grapefruit, Lemon, Lime, Oranges
Pomegranate Lemon, Lime, Pineapple, Raspberries, Strawberries
Red Cabbage Beet, Cabbage, Radish, Romaine Lettuce
Romaine Lettuce Cabbage, Celery, Cucumber, Kale, Peppers, Spinach, Zucchini
Spinach Broccoli, Kale, Romaine Lettuce, Swiss Chard
Strawberries Apples, Blackberries, Grapefruit, Lemon, Lime, Oranges, Pomegranate, Raspberries
Swiss Chard Arugula, Cabbage, Green Peppers, Kale, Romaine Lettuce, Spinach
Tomato Beet, Carrot, Red Pepper, Yellow Pepper
Watermelon Apples, Cantaloupe, Ornage

With these substitutions you will not only have an idea of what can be substituted but an idea of the different tastes that can be used to modify your juices. I use this guide not just as a substitution list but also as a guide to come up with new ideas for recipes. A fun idea is to take an existing recipe that you already enjoy and substitute one, two, or three ingredients. You’ll be surprised at how different but delicious just a few minor substitutions can have with a juice.

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53 Comments
  1. Awesome list! It will be very handy to me. Just one question. What do you substitute pears with? Is it pineapple or kiwi good sources? I can’t eat apples unfortunately. . Thanks for the help!

  2. Started juicing yesterday, and although last night was a little rough it wasn”t as rough as I thought it was going to be. Today I feel good and even when making breakfast for my children I wasnt tempted.

    My question is how often would someone juice? If I do a 7 day program, then return to eating, how long would I wait to do it again. Or would this be something you could do every week for one or two days and then eat a diet with lots of fruits and veggies the rest of the time? Or would one wait a month or two then do another 7 days?

    Good advice would be appreciated. Thanks

    • I personally find that once a month is very good for your digestive system and body in general. Also if you don’t want to do seven days, you could do three.

  3. can you drink green tea in addition to the water requirements?

  4. I’m new to juicing and have just tried a few recipes, but it always tastes really salty, is there any way around it?

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