Ginger-apple broccoli juice recipe

By Lisa Brant | 14th November 2017
This is our Ginger-apple broccoli juice made at La Crisalida health and wellbeing Retreat in Albir Spain.

We all use the florets of broccoli, but did you know you can use the stem to create broccoli juice? This month’s ginger-apple broccoli juice is a great way of using up broccoli stems, tied in with the flavours of zingy ginger and a hint of sweetness provided by the apple.

Broccoli is a fantastic vegetable to regularly include in your diet as it is high in vitamins K and A, both of which help the absorption of vitamin D into our bodies. It also contains high levels of vitamin C and scientific studies have shown a regular intake can help reduce the chances of developing cancer, due to its anti-oxidant properties.

Ginger-apple broccoli juice recipe

Serves: 1
Calories: 139

1 pear
1 apple
2cm broccoli stem
1cm chunk of ginger
2cm small slice of lemon

To make the juice, assemble all of your ingredients. Give them a good wash in cold running water. There is no need to peel anything, unless your lemon is waxed (in which case cut off the outer skin of the lemon, leaving the pith behind).

Put all the ingredients through your juicer.

Wash your juicer, then enjoy your juice!

Low fruit or no fruit broccoli juice options

If you want to cut out or reduce the amount of fruit sugars you eat, you can try our no fruit or low fruit variations below:

  • Low fruit
    ½ pear
    ½ apple
    3cm broccoli stem
    ½ courgette
    2cm chunk of ginger
    2cm small slice of lemon
  • No Fruit
    1 courgette
    3cm broccoli stem
    2cm chunk of ginger
    2cm small slice of lemon

Find juice recipes on our blog and more information about juicing

Juicing is a great way of allowing your body to detox, cleanse, relax and rejuvenate. Here at the retreat we hold a weekly juicing demonstration and juicing is available to all guests. If you would like to explore more juice recipes you can find them on our blog.

Headshot of Lisa Brant - Founder of La Crisalida Retreats
Lisa Brant

Lisa has been working in the field of health for over twenty years, first as an epidemiologist and now following a more alternative route! She is a therapeutic hatha and yin yoga teacher and also teaches mindfulness meditation. Lisa is a nutritionist so designs all our menus, as well as running the retreats. She is also qualified in NLP and hypnosis. Over the years Lisa has overcome her own health challenges with severe endometriosis and is happy to share her story.

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