This red juice really surprised us with how delicious it is. Not only is it hydrating but it packs a ton of Vitamin C and other key nutrients. is easily one of my favorite juice recipes that we’ve created. It has a delicious tropical flavor but is packed with immune-boosting goodness!
There are a ton of vitamin C juice recipes out there, but I guarantee you that this one will be your new favorite!
Before you jump into juicing, you want to be sure that you have a high-quality, cold-press juicer. I know there are ways that you can make green juice in the blender, but I personally don’t recommend it. Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for smoothies and such, but I don’t believe you can get the same quality in a blender.
Why Red Juice?
It’s so easy to play it safe when it comes to juicing and stick to ingredients that you assume would make a juice taste good. However, there are so many different fruits, veggies, spices, and herbs that contain amazing health benefits. So if you notice that there’s a certain ‘juice friendly’ vegetable that you don’t eat very often, you should consider consuming it via juicing.
I personally don’t eat the majority of the ingredients in this recipe so it was great to be able to reap the benefits.
Besides, not only is this juice absolutely delicious, but it packs a punch of vitamin C and nutrients like B6, vitamin A, calcium, potassium, folate, magnesium, Vitamin K, and more!
What’s In This Hydrating Vitamin C Juice Recipe?
As I stated earlier, this juice was surprisingly delicious and very smooth.
The fruits and vegetables in this recipe are red pepper, grapefruit, watermelon, and lemon.
That’s right, less than 5 ingredients!
This red juice has become of my favorites and I’m so excited to finally share it with you! Be sure to stay tuned to the Juice With Me Series! We have some fun recipes coming your way!
- 2 Lemons
- 1 Red Bell Pepper
- 1 Grapefruit
- 4 Watermelon Slices
- Wash your fruit and place it in a clean bowl.
- Peel your lemons and grapefruit and cut them into quarters.
- Cut the top off of your bell pepper and remove the seeds. Then cut into quarters.
- Cut the rind off of your watermelon and cut the flesh of the watermelon into smaller slices.
- Place all of your fruits in your juicer and juice.
- Enjoy right away or store in a glass container for up to 3 days.