Pink Sherbet Juice


This juice doesn’t taste like processed sherbet, but it has such a pretty pink color that the word “sherbet” instantly came to mind when I thought about what to call this juice.

Fortunately, this juice isn’t nasty for your health like sherbet is. In fact, it’s just the opposite.

It pulls together a fun variety of fresh, mineral and vitamin-rich fruits and veggies in a delicious color and flavor cocktail. This recipe contains a lovely mix of plants from the red and green plant color groups, each of which contain different phytonutrients, the organic compounds found in plants that significantly improve our health and wellbeing.

This is why eating the rainbow is so important!

Today’s juice recipe, with its subtle complexities in flavor and color, gives you a great start on getting your phytonutrients in, and helping you feel and look your very best.

Pink Sherbet Juice


  • 2 cups watermelon, no rind
  • 5 stalks celery
  • 1 cup of green grapes
  • 1 cup of red grapes
  • Juice of  l lime
  • 1 small knob of ginger


  • Run each ingredient through a juicer one at a time.
  • Feel free to add some other fruits or vegetables you like also. Some ideas for great additions are cucumber, strawberries, lemon, mint, spinach, orange, turmeric, cinnamon and jicama. But not all at once! Pick just one or two.

Enjoy your sherbet juice, knowing that this particular variety is only made up of the good stuff :).

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By Casey on October 2, 2014 : (Read more from Casey)

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