Juicing Recipes For Kids

These sweet, yummy and oh-so-good-for-you juicing recipes for kids will please any child. If you are concerned with the juices being too strong, follow the guidelines for juicing for children.

Any of these recipes can be diluted or stretched with ½ cup to 1 cup of water.

Test out the taste….you might even come to love these juicing recipes for kids too!

Generally, the more plain and common the juices are the more likely children will adapt to them (their bodies and their mind).

If you are just starting off your child on fresh juices, don’t make uncommon and spicy drinks with ginger or juices with bell peppers, for example….apple, pineapple, orange, grape and pear are all wonderful options for starters. Then incorporate some of the different fruits and veggies which can easily be masked by stronger fruits.

Also try green smoothies for a great way to add more veggies and fiber into their diet. Smoothies and juice, whew! Your kids will be the healthiest on the block!

Limit fruit juice to 12 oz per day. If they really like juice, just dilute it so they can drink more….

Juicing Recipes For Kids

Pineapple Juice

2- 1 inch thick pineapple rounds (cored and rind taken off)
¼ cup sparkling water

Juice pineapple and pour into glass with sparkling water. Serve immediately.

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Grape Cherry

2 bunches of red grapes
½ cup of black cherries
½ cup of water

Wash grapes and pit the cherries. Juice together and add the juice to a glass with water. Serve.

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Pear Apple

2 pears
1 apple
¼ lemon

Core pear and apple and wash lemon. Juice ingredients together and serve.

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Pineapple Tangerine

1 inch thick pineapple round
3 to 4 tangerines

Peel tangerines and prep pineapple. Juice ingredients together and serve.

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Watermelon Juice

Use about 1/8 of the watermelon…just cut a few slices and juice until you have enough. Watermelon is so juicy and light, this isn’t one you’ll want to dilute with water. It also doesn't combine well with other juices, so leave this one alone. You can juice some of the rind but I prefer not too. It’s very hard on your juicer (but does have vitamins and minerals).

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Carrot - Apple - Parsley

If your child is a little sluggish and needs some umph…try this one. But don’t worry if you have a hyper child, it wont make them more, our bodies know exactly how to use the nutrients for their benefit.

5 carrots
1 apple
Small handful of parsley (few sprigs only)

Core the apple and wash and cut the carrots. Juice all ingredients together. I wouldn’t dilute this one, would taste yucky. If you want it sweeter, add more apples as they are watery and not strong on the digestive system.

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Pineapple Celery

They won’t even know celery is part of the equation. This is a calming drink…perhaps after a day with your kids you need this one?!
2- 1 inch thick pineapple rounds
2 stalks of celery

Prep the pineapple by cutting off the skin and coring it. Cut the celery into smaller pieces so it’s easy for your juicer. Juice together and serve.

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Raspberry Apple

2 apples
2 large handfuls of raspberries

Core the apples and juice ingredients together. Serve. This would be a good recipe to dilute with sparking mineral water for juice soda recipes.

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2 peaches
1 apple
2 carrots
A few raspberries

De-pit the peaches, core the apple and cut the carrots. Juice all ingredients together and serve.

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Other juice recipes just for kids

Green Juicing Recipes for Kids
Orange Juicing Recipes for Kids

Other juice recipes and related pages

All Juicer Recipes
Green Juice Recipes
Green Smoothie information & Recipes
How to make juice soda recipes
Holiday Juice Recipes
Smoothies for Children

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