Beverages

Orange Sweet Potato Parsley Juice

Refreshing Orange Sweet Potato Parsley Juice for a gratifying thirst-quencher!

Refreshing Orange Sweet Potato Parsley Juice from WhittyPaleo.com

Orange Sweet Potato Parsley Juice

So I’m not juicing this time! However, I’m really trying to incorporate juices in my life – especially when I get tired of drinking water and coconut water! For a long while, I felt like I couldn’t really substitute the fizzy drinks and the store-bought juices – like I didn’t purchase an Omega 8004 specifically for this reason. I don’t know why, I just never grasped the concept of drinking fruit and vegetable juices as part of my everyday life – the same way I did before I went Paleo.

Now, you might be thinking; but you’ve done juice cleanses so what are you on about? Well, I swiftly raise my hands up and admit that I’m a person that goes on a juice cleanse, has an amazing period of time and then never drinks juices again until the next cleanse.

I’m human, it happens and sometimes the thought of a vegetable juice is just nauseating.

This brings me to my Orange Sweet Potato Parsley Juice. Spot on, it’s got the fruit, the vegetables and it’s a juice I want to drink like all the time. It’s sort of in the same family as my Melon Butternut Squash Juice – just has the perfect refreshment factor to it!

You can totally take this recipe and add or subtract whatever you please – just no cabbages or onions. I tried to juice those once and I cried. Literally. Revolting doesn’t even come close to describe it! I suggest some cucumbers, celery or even some spinach, if you wish.

As it is, it’s a delightful thirst-quencher for spring time – even though it’s still freezing here in the UK but oh well, it quenches thirst LOL!

Do you love juices? What are your favourite combos?

Refreshing Orange Sweet Potato Parsley Juice from WhittyPaleo.com

Orange Sweet Potato Parsley Juice

Orange Sweet Potato Parsley Juice
Prep Time
7 mins
Cook Time
15 mins
Total Time
22 mins
 
Refreshing Orange Sweet Potato Parsley Juice for a gratifying thirst-quench!
Course: Beverages
Cuisine: Paleo
Servings: 4 servings
Calories: 53 kcal
Author: WhittyPaleo
Ingredients
  • 3 oranges
  • 2 large sweet potatoes
  • 1 lemon or lime
  • Handful of parsley
Instructions
  1. Add your ingredients to your juicer making sure to alternate between the soft fruits and the hard sweet potatoes. Add your parsley halfway through.
  2. Serve and enjoy chilled
Recipe Notes

Make sure to peel your oranges carefully keeping the white layer intact - has much nutrition. Also, don't bother to peel your sweet potatoes just buy organic or scrub the outer skin well!

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11 Comments

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    Courtney's Cookbook
    May at 9:58 PM

    What an interesting combination! Sounds delicious!

    • Reply
      WhittyPaleo
      May at 11:52 PM

      Thank you Courtney – it’s very delicious! Thanks for stopping by 🙂

    • Reply
      WhittyPaleo
      May at 11:52 PM

      Thank you Courtney – it’s very delicious! Thanks for stopping by! 🙂

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    jvennis
    May at 3:22 PM

    Do you need to boil the sweet potato first? I’m just thinking it’s really hard otherwise!

    • Reply
      WhittyPaleo
      May at 3:27 PM

      Oh no you don’t! You’d have to use an actual centrifugal or masticating juicer to extract the juice because you’re right, it would be too hard for the average juicer. Plus boiling would negate some of the nutrients you would get with it raw 🙂

      • Reply
        jvennis
        May at 3:32 PM

        Would it work if I just diced it and stuck it in my nutribullet? I don’t have a juicer per say, but I have that!

        • Reply
          WhittyPaleo
          May at 3:42 PM

          Oh no, for that I would suggest boiling and mashing it first. Eating the actual fibre of the sweet potato raw could cause some digestive issues. I haven’t tried it myself so, although the texture would be different to this juice, the taste could actually be quite similar and really good! I would love to know how it turns out for you 🙂

  • Reply
    Sarah | Well and Full
    March at 1:54 PM

    I’ve never juiced sweet potatoes before but that’s such a creative idea!! 😀

    • Reply
      WhittyPaleo
      March at 9:56 PM

      Yes, it actually tastes really good! Thank you for stopping by Sarah! 🙂

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