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    Default Vegie/fruit juice recipes

    I was given a electric juicer so I'm after some recipes.
    I'm wanting to give my kids vegies but hide them in fruit juice.
    My kids love juice but hate vegetables.

    Recipes / ideas welcome

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    Apple and carrot? Usually a winner here

    Green juice? - Green apples, broccoli and celery (only one of mine will drink this though lol)

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    Carrots an easy vegetable to hide as well spinach.

    I love pineapple, apple, orange and ginger juice. I chuck some baby spinach leaves in every now and then too.

    I make green smoothies with baby spinach leaves, banana and frozen mixed berries which changes the colour to purple.... makes it look a bit more desirable. My DS drinks them and he hates just about every food out there.


 

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