Romaine Lettuce Juice Cleanse Recipes

Recipe #1.

Romaine Love   Romaine Juice Cleanse Recipe #1

Simple recipe.

1 Head Romaine Lettuce
1Bunch Grapes (can use any kind-we used black table grapes here)
10 Spears Asparagus
1/2 Red Bell Pepper

If you want something more precise.

(6 cups chopped) Romaine Lettuce = 14 ounces juice
(4 cups) Grapes = 14 ounces juice
(a little under 1 cup chopped) Asparagus = 2 ounces juice
(1/2 cup chopped) Red Bell Pepper = 2 ounces juice

Yields about 32 ounces of juice.

This moderately sweet romaine juice cleanse recipe is easy on the taste buds and features close to a 50/50 mix of green juice along with fruit juice. The red bell pepper in this juice recipe comes through just enough to add to the unique flavor of this one.


Recipe #2.   Romaine Lettuce and Fennel Juicing Recipe

Licorice Romaine

Simple recipe.

1 Small head Romaine Lettuce
1/2 Head Cauliflower
4 Carrots
1 Stalk and bottom Fennel
1 Small Apple

If you want something more precise.

(2 cups chopped) Romaine Lettuce= 5 ounces juice
(2 and 1/2 cups chopped) Cauliflower= 5 ounces juice
(2 cups chopped) Carrots= 5 ounces juice
(1 cup chopped) Fennel= 2 ounces juice
(1 and 1/2 cups chopped) Apple= 5 ounces juice

Yields about 22 ounces of juice.

This romaine juice cleanse recipe makes a semi sweet juice that has a licorice flavor due to the fennel.


Recipe #3.

Half n Half   Romaine Juice Cleansing Recipe

Simple recipe.

1 Head Romaine Lettuce
1 Large bunch Spinach
3 Large Apples

If you want something more precise.

(6 and 1/2 cups chopped) Romaine= 10 ounces juice
(9 cups chopped) Spinach= 13 ounces juice
(7 and 1/2 cups chopped) Apples= 23 ounces juice

Yields 46 ounces of juice.

This juice not only has 50% green juice and 50% apple juice, but it also has an equal taste of the two. This pleasant tasting and easy to make juice is one that anyone can enjoy. Bottoms up!


Recipe #4.

Green Bell   Romaine juice cleanse recipe #4.

Simple recipe.

1 Head Romaine Lettuce
2 Oranges
1 Apple
1 Green Bell Pepper

If you want something more precise

(6 and 1/2 cups chopped) Romaine Lettuce = 15 ounces juice
(2 and 1/2 cups chopped) Oranges = 11 ounces juice
(2 and 1/2 cups chopped) = 7 ounces juice
(1 and 1/2 cups chopped) = 4 and 1/2 ounces juice

Yields around 37 and 1/2 ounces of juice.

This is a moderately sweet flavored romaine lettuce juice cleanse recipe with a green bell pepper flavor running through the background.


  1. joAnn says

    TMark & Lisa
    I enjoy your emails/website immensely. I eagerly await your information about the world of juicing. You are so informative and thorough in your research about juicing and how it relates to one’s health and consumtion of the foods an individual
    Ingest on a day to day basis.
    I have learned so much since connecting to your website. I appreciate how you catagorize the fruits &vegetables , the juice
    Combinations , the benefits and most importantly, the measurements.
    I have visited many websites over my 67yrs and by far I personally find yours ranking one of the best for juicing.
    I do have a question, some of my friends have diabetes , can they substitute sweet potatoes or yams to replace carrot due to the sugar aspect of carrots vs yams/sweet potatoes?
    Again, thank you for sharing your immense
    “Knowledge”with us laymen and pros.

    • Liisa Wilson says

      Hi Joann,

      Thanks you so much for being a part of our email list! We love to hear from people and learn more about their journey. We are also glad you can get so much from the weekly emails.

      As for your question, to be quite honest we did some research and found mixed results, but as far as we can see sweet potatoes appear to have a higher glycemic index than carrots. This would mean that they probably are not a good substitute. Again, we are not 100% positive about this, but as far as we can tell it seems to be the case.

      A suggestion to your friends is that they can dilute the juice down with some cucumber or celery juice. These are both lower in sugar, contains alkalizing minerals, and don’t have such a strong flavor as other green juices do. This will take some of the sweet flavor away, but won’t spike your blood sugar as much!

      Well, hope this will help you and your friends and keep in touch!

      Oh, by the way, our names are not TMark and Lisa, we are Sean and Liisa. I guess Sean could look like a Mark sometimes. I can see it now… Ha ha. Also, my name has 2 i’s in it. My mother is from Finland, so that makes me half Finnish. Over there Liisa is spelled with 2 i’s. My mother wanted me to have a authentic Finnish name.

      Enjoy your day,

      Liisa and Sean

  2. Caroline says

    I have a general question. When juicing is talked about it is always in the context of a juice fast. Is it not also beneficial to juice without it being a fast. Just wondering

    • says

      Hello Caroline,

      It is absolutely also beneficial to juice without it being a juice fast, or juice cleanse. We enjoy juices quite often ourselves, and sometimes on a daily basis. Fresh home made juices contain massive amounts of nutrients, which include vitamins, minerals, enzymes, antioxidants, chlorophyll, and a whole lot of others! It’s like a multivitamin in a glass! The answer is a BIG YES Caroline! :)

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