Broccoli Juice Cleanse Recipes

Recipe #1

Sweet and Delicious   Broccoli, apple, and beet juice

Simple recipe.

2 heads Broccoli
3 Apples
1/2 of a Beet

If you want something more precise.

(6 cups chopped) Broccoli = 8 ounces juice
(4 and 1/2 cups chopped) Apples = 20 ounces juice
(a little under 1 cup chopped) Beets = 1.5 ounces juice

Yields around 29 and 1/2 ounces of juice.

Like the name says this is a super delicious and sweet broccoli juice recipe!



Recipe #2.

The Mellow Broccoli   Mellow Broccoli juicing recipe

Simple recipe.

3 Heads Broccoli
1/3 Head Cauliflower
1/2 Head Red Cabbage
3  Carrots

If you want something more precise.

(6 cups chopped) Broccoli= about 7 ounces of juice
(2 cups chopped) Cauliflower= about 2 ounces juice
(3 cups chopped) Red Cabbage= about 4 and 1/2 ounces
(1 and 1/2 cups chopped) Carrots= about 3 ounces juice

Yields about 16.5 to 17 ounces juice.

This mellow flavored broccoli juice cleanse recipe is not very sweet, but the strong taste of broccoli juice does not take over either. If you need something more to add to the flavor you can juice some apple.

Recipe #3

The Broc Celery   Broccoli Celery Juice

Simple recipe.

1 Large head Broccoli
1 Large stalk Celery
4 Carrots
1 Apple

If you want something more precise.

(3 cups) Broccoli= 4 ounces juice
(1 cup) Celery= 3 ounces juice
(2 cups) Carrots= 4 ounces juice
(2 cups) Apples= 5 ounces juice

Yields 16 ounces of juice.

This broccoli juice cleanse recipe has a simple taste and is sweet, but not too sweet. The taste of celery just barely comes through this one.

Recipe #4.

The Broc Synergy   Broccoli Synergy Juice

Simple recipe.

2 Heads Broccoli
1/2 Bunch Broccoli Raab (Rapini)
6 Carrots
2 Small Apples
2 Stalks Fennel
1 Knuckle Ginger

If you want something more precise.

(4 and 1/2 cups chopped) Broccoli= 6 and 1/2 ounces juice
(3 cups chopped) Broccoli Raab (Rapini)= 5 ounces juice
(3 cups chopped) Carrots= 8 ounces juice
(3 cups chopped) Apples= 9 ounces juice
(1 and 1/2 cups chopped) Fennel= 3 ounces juice
(2 and 1/2 square inch) Ginger= under an ounce of juice

Yields about 32 ounces of juice.

This broccoli juice cleanse recipe creates a well blended juice. The juice is not too sweet, spicy, or strong in broccoli flavor. It’s a perfect harmonious blend of all of these flavors and a juice recipe that I will be having again and again.

Broccoli Raab (Rapini), which is actually related to the turnip family, has an even stronger and more pungent flavored juice than does broccoli. This is a more rare to find produce item, but you can always ask your grocer if they ever carry it. I grew some for the first time this summer and had quite a bit of it on hand when I made this recipe. Broccoli Raab has a different nutritional profile than broccoli, but is packed with good stuff!


Recipe #5.

Sweet Collaboration   Broccoli, Pineapple, Red Pear Juice

Simple recipe.

1 head Broccoli
1/3 head Pineapple
1 Orange
1 Red Pear

If you want something more precise.

(A little over 1 cup chopped) Broccoli = 1.5 ounces juice
(A little over 2 cups chopped) Pineapple = 8 ounces juice
(1 and 1/2 cups sliced) Orange = 6 ounces juice
(3 cups chopped) Red Pear = 10 ounces juice

Yields around 25.5 ounces of juice.

This very sweet and tasty recipe is a good way to get some Broccoli juice into your diet! We used a red pear in this one, but any variety of pear you have access to should work.


Recipe #6.

Daikon Delight   Broccoli and Daikon Radish Juice Cleanse Recipe

2 heads Broccoli
2 Apples
1 Lemon 
1 small Daikon Radish

(3 and 1/2 cups chopped) Broccoli = 4 and 1/2 ounces juice
(3 cups chopped) Apples = 14 ounces juice
(1/4 cups sliced) Lemon = 1 ounce juice
(3/4 cups chopped) Daikon Radish = 1 and 1/2 ounces juice

Yields 21 ounces of juice.

The lemon, broccoli, and daikon radish swirl together with the apple to create a moderately sweet broccoli juice recipe. The lemon flavors it just right, and you can taste the daikon radish as well as the broccoli mixed into this one.

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