Monday, February 9, 2015

Pumpkin Juice

I received the juicer mentioned below for free from Champion Juicer in exchange for 
writing this post. I was not otherwise compensated for my time.

I have been having a lot of fun playing with my newest kitchen gadget: a Champion JuicerThis juicer has been around since 1955 and uses a washing machine motor - boy oh boy is it powerful! 

I like that this juicer is made in the US and can be used for things other than juice, such as frozen fruit purees that are a great ice-cream substitute as well as fresh nut butters. It isn't a one trick pony!

I first made some simple juices with just apples, carrots and as a combo. I loved how fresh they tasted! 

Next, I was ready to try to recreat a delicious juice blend that I had in Vermont when I was there for the fabulous Blog Brulee. It was a juice that tasted like drinking pumpkin pie. Yummy!

Disclosure: This recipe contains an Amazon Affiliate link which means I may make a small commission, at no additional cost to you, if you make a purchase. Thank you for your support!

Pumpkin Pie Juice

  • 1/2 of a small pie pumpkin, seeds removed and cut into wedges
  • 1 small sweet potato, peeled and chunked
  • 4 small apples
  • 2 inches of fresh ginger, chunked
  • Cinnamon powder
  • Fresh lemon juice (optional)
  1. Feed chunks of produce into the running juicer and use the plunger to keep things moving. Add fresh ginger to taste!
  2. Pour into glasses, over ice if desired, and sprinkle with cinnamon powder. Cheers to pumpkin juice!
Thank you Champion Juicer, for this fabulous gift :) More recipes coming coon!

2 comments:

  1. I LOVE fresh ginger in juices. This version sounds yum :)

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    1. I've just started juicing and think it is a lot of fun :) Ginger is my fave! Which juicer you can also homogenize frozen fruits and I'll post a recipe soon with that. I'll let you know when I do because frozen peaches + fresh ginger = yummy!

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