Do you juice? We’ve got recipes!

by Lauren

You would if you had a Bella NutriPro Cold Press Juicer. Let me tell you. This thing is a silent wonder. Yes, I said silent.

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Our previous juicer sounded like a tornado ripping through the house but this one is sooo quiet – you can still hear music, have a conversation, and even hear yourself think with it running.

Before I even get into the juicing part of this machine, can I just say it makes sorbet?! And nut milks?! Pretty darn awesome.

Creamy sorbet in just minutes, don’t mind if I do. Well, I haven’t yet, but trust me once it’s about 20 degrees warmer, I most definitely will be.

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For now, I’m happily drinking carrot orange juice with my breakfast. So refreshing and healthy!

I love that I can have my juice with or without pulp using the handy dandy sieve it comes with. You can juice right into the sieve that fits over the pitcher or if you like a little fiber, juicing straight into a glass works too!

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Oh, by the way, a homemade bloody mary mix in this is going to be a must! Cannot wait.

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Ok, so this juicer also pushes the pulp out one spout and the juice out the other. You’ll have a much simpler clean up experience that way.

Don’t forget to freeze your pulp for sauces or pie fillings!

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If you’re more of a simple juice kind of person (like Chris), give this recipe a try:

Carrot Orange Juice

Ingredients

3-4 carrots

2 oranges, peeled

OR, you can step out of the box and test out something that’s packed with nutrients and still tastes great.

Green Carrot Apple Juice

Ingredients

1 cup spinach leaves

1 leaf of chard, kale, or romaine (with stem)

1/2 cucumber

1 apple

3 carrots

1/8 lemon

Directions

Cut apples, cucumber, and carrots into chunks. Add a handful of apple to the juicer. Fold the spinach in tight bunches and feed into juicer. Add the rest of the apples, then chard, kale or romaine leaf followed by carrots lemon, and cucumber.

AND here is a must-try sorbet recipe for when it’s warmer!

Banana Sorbet with Dark Chocolate Shavings and Pecans
Ingredients

2 peeled and frozen bananas

Dark chocolate bar

Pecans, chopped

Directions

Add frozen bananas to the Nutripro Juicer and sorbet will come out of the pulp spout. Use a vegetable peeler to shave curls of frozen dark chocolate, or chop chocolate bar for a chunks. Top with chopped pecans.

Such a healthy, easy dessert and I don’t know about you, but we always have bananas in our freezer.

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Best news yet, when you order the Bella NutriPro Juicer you get free shipping and 30-day money back guarantee.

Happy juicing friends!

From the Little Yellow Kitchen,

Lauren

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2 Responses to “Do you juice? We’ve got recipes!”

  1. Oh my gosh, there’s so much juice! That machine works like….a machine! What a cool peice of kitchen swag to own! I’ve been tinkering around with the idea of buying a juicer and I’m getting pretty amped after seeing that I can make sorbet along with nutritious juices! Lovely!

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