Juices & Smoothies


I have a lovely fresh, vibrant juice recipe for you guys, PERFECT for when you are feeling a bit “blergh” in need of a vitamin pick me up, or if you just fancy a fresh fruity drink in the garden with your feet up…. No-one’s judging… 😉

This has got to be one of my favourite flavour combinations, fresh oranges, a tangy tropical vibe from the pineapple, a hint of spicy ginger, a sneaky bit of turmeric and a pinch of baobab powder. All the ingredients are blended or juiced to make this vibrant, immune boosting drink.

I love to use seasonal produce where possible as the flavours are just so much better when in season, I have tried this juice with blood oranges instead of normal oranges, and it gives the juice a lovely deep red-orange colour.

Don’t have a juicer?? Or just don’t fancy washing up all those fiddly juicer parts? No Problem!

All you’ll need is a high speed/powerful blender like a nutribullet or vitamix and then strain the juice through a nutmilk bag. – That is the one I personally own and use and can recommend. It’s inexpensive, reusable and great for making your own nut milks and juices at home.

I used to get put off by juicing as it seemed so much effort, and clean up afterwards. But some juicers you can buy nowadays you don’t even have to peel the fruit! I’d recommend doing some research into juicers if you want to get one. In my opinion The juice Kings are Joe Cross – His films are amazing – thats what got me into juicing after seeing how powerful healers fruits and veggies can be, and of course Jason Vale.

Juicing takes a little longer than just blitzing up a smoothie but it’s so so worth it. Fresh homemade juices beat shop bought every. damn. time.

If using a juicer, chuck all the ingredients through the machine, I usually push the ginger and turmeric through with the orange or pineapple, as this stops it getting stuck / you get the most out of the root as possible.

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Immune Boosting Pineapple, Orange Ginger Juice

  • Total Time: 30 minutes
  • Yield: 4 people 1x
  • Category: Drinks


Fresh Orange, Pineapple, Ginger, Turmeric and Baoab powder are combined together in this fresh juice with a zing, beating store bought juices hands. down!


  • 4 Oranges (Peeled)
  • 250g or 1 1/4 cups Pineapple*
  • 1 Piece Fresh Ginger (Thumb sized)
  • 1 Piece Fresh Turmeric (Turmeric paste works well too) (Thumb sized)
  • 2 tsp Baobab Powder
  • 12 Cups Cold Water (To thin if using blending method)
  • 1 Handful Ice


Juicing Method:

  1. If you are using a juicer, turn on and use according to instructions.
  2. Peel the oranges, and pineapple.
  3. Trim the woody ends off the ginger and turmeric. Scrape the tough skin off with the back of a spoon.
    Add to juicer in between the oranges/pineapple
  4. Mix in Baobab powder to juice.
  5. Pour into glasses over ice and drink straight away, or place in the fridge for up to a day!

Blending / Nutribullet Method

  1. Peel Oranges. Add to blender cup 
  2. Peel pineapple and put chunks into blender cup (If using tinned, add the chunks plus the juice from the tin)
  3. Trim the woody ends off the ginger and turmeric. Scrape the tough skin off with the back of a spoon. Add to blender cup.
  4. Add Baobab to cup.
  5. Add the handful of ice and water if needed to thin. Do not fill water to the max line, otherwise the cup will overflow!
  6. Blend on high for about a minute. Then place a fine sieve or nut milk bag over a wide mouthed jug.
    Pour it in batches and then squeeze through the sieve/bag to get as much juice out as possible.


  • *(Fresh preferably – tinned in juice can be used)
  • You may need to do it in batches so you don’t make a mess. You will be left with the pulp BUT
  • Don’t throw the pulp away! Save it and re-use it in a smoothie, soup or fragrant stew. You could also freeze it in ice cube trays to use at a later date.
  • If you choose to not strain the juice to retain the juice pulp/bits for fibre it will separate slightly in the fridge, so just shake lightly before pouring. 


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