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I look all around the Internet this month and I see a common theme…everyone seems to want to turn things orange in honor of Halloween, Thanksgiving and Fall. Orange is a beautiful color, but I prefer it come from nature and not from a little tube of food coloring. Don’t get me wrong…I have a fondness for orange Cheetos and have been known to sneak a few candy corn on occasion but those are things I avoid on a day to day basis. Natural orange things like carrots, squash and pumpkins, however, can be eaten in great abundance with absolutely no guilt! This juice recipe, for example, was definitely a treat I felt good about indulging in!
I stumbled upon this juice recipe totally by accident. I meant to buy regular old beets…you know, those bright purple ones that stain every single thing they come into contact with? Instead, while I was shopping for ingredients to put in my juicer, I grabbed GOLDEN beets, which I had honestly never even heard of! That will teach me to do my grocery shopping while I’m in a hurry! So, when I got out all my ingredients to create this juice recipe today, I was amazed that my beets were a vibrant yellow inside! Paired with the carrots, apples and green bell pepper, I was really impressed with the resulting color! I decided that this juice recipe rivaled any other orange thing I have seen on the Internet lately so I wanted to share it with you. Maybe you will do some produce shopping this weekend and give it a try! No tube of food coloring required for THIS orange treat!
(NOTE: I use an old Oster brand juicer that I have had for 20 years. It is almost all stainless steel and very sturdy. I had no problems juicing the quantities used in this recipe but read your juicer’s manual before starting)
An Easy and Festive Fall Juice Recipe
Diane is a professional blogger and nationally certified pharmacy technician at Good Pill Pharmacy. She earned her BS in Microbiology at the University of New Hampshire and has worked in cancer research, academics, and biotechnology. Concern over the growing incidence of human disease and the birth of her children led her to begin living a more natural life. She quickly realized that the information she was learning along the way could be beneficial to many others and started blogging and freelance writing to share this knowledge with others. Learn more about her HERE.