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Summer Juice Recipes

Summer Juice Recipes

Summer Juice Recipes

I tried a few summer juice recipes but the one that stuck out the most to me was a simple juice that was frozen and turned into a Popsicle. It definitely had some outstanding taste but most importantly it was healthy and all juice. It was more like a fancy treat than a juice but I thought it would be perfect for summer time when it’s hot out. This idea has a lot of potential meaning you can flavor it how you like and even my kids love it! All you’ll need is a popsicle mold, your juicer, and some fruits and veggies to get started enjoying these tasty and delicious frozen summer juice recipes. I got my popsicle mold from Amazon: Popsicle Mold at Amazon

Frozen Summer Juice Recipes

When making your popsicle it’s best to use just a few ingredients so it’s easy to freeze and it doesn’t separate. I found for these summer juice recipes I liked to use Strawberry, Orange, and either Apple, Plum, Raspberry, Cucumber or Carrot. Just use 1 part of each and put them through the juicer like you would normally do. After you juice them pour them into your popsicle molds and then put them in the freezer. They will freeze and within hours you will have ready-made delicious popsicles for your enjoyment.

Summer Juice Popsicles

These popsicles are great for when you want a sweet treat and something that is all juice but in frozen form. It kind of tricks your mind into thinking you are eating something but in all actuality it’s all 100% juice so it won’t interfere with your juice fast. Try to come up with a few of your own summer juice recipes that involve freezing. I’ll provide a few recipes below to get you started.

  • 1 part Strawberry
  • 1 part Orange
  • 1 part Cucumber


  • 1 part Strawberry
  • 1 part Apple
  • 1 part Orange


  • 1 part Orange
  • ½ part Carrot
  • ½ part Mango


Summer Juice Recipes

I hope you try out a few of these recipes and also experiment with your own frozen juice recipes. The best part of this was experimenting with different fruits and veggies to see what kind of frozen treats they made. While these are mostly fruit treats I tried to add some veggies into each of them so they weren’t too fruity. But hey, after all these are meant as a delicious treat to add into your daily juicing routine so have at it and try different combinations.

Sometimes you’ll find that the fruits/veggies will separate during the freezing process. There are a few things you can do to stop this from happening. Make sure you stir really well before you pour the juice into the popsicle mold. The other alternative is to put the juice in a blender and blend it for about 20 seconds prior to pouring it into the mold. This will help stop or slow the separation process of your popsicles.

I hope you try this out and comment on what you made and how it tasted. I’m anxious to see what you come up with so I can test it out. Enjoy the frozen summer juice recipes and let me know if you have any questions.

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  1. These look amazing!! I love that the mixup fruits ! It’s such a cute idea. I’ll definitely have to try these :)

  2. hey, it’s a good strategy for my little brothers to have some veggies 😀 maybe mix lettuce with strawberry and orange would great for them 😀
    and good pictures you’re have there, those really fit for summer :)

  3. What is considered a “part”?

    • A part is an equal amount Aware. If the recipe calls for:

      1 part strawberry
      1 part orange
      1 part cucumber

      Then you could use 1 cup of strawberry, 1 cup of orange, and 1 cup of cucumber. If you wanted to make more you could use 2 cups strawberry, 2 cups orange, and 2 cups cucumber. It’s just a standard way of giving a recipe without precise sizes so people can make as much as they want without having to calculate too much. If a recipe calls for 1 part orange and 2 parts strawberry you could convert that to 1 cup orange and 2 cups strawberry or even 2 cups orange and 4 cups strawberry. Let me know if you’re still uncertain on this.