Have you ever thought about making homemade apple juice in a blender? Well now you can with our handy guide on how to make apple juice with a blender! There's nothing quite like fresh apple juice as a morning pick-me-up or as a refreshing drink to enjoy on a warm day.
So, if you have a selection of green apples, pink lady, organic apples, or whichever apple varieties are your preferred choice, then making apple juice with a blender could not be easier. This naturally sweet homemade juice is perfect if you don't have much time and you want to get all of the health benefits from fresh juice.
Apples are packed full of wonderful nutrients and beneficial compounds, which protect cells from oxidative damage and inflammation. Cloudy apple juice contains up to 4 times the amount of clear apple juice.
Apple juice is also a great drink for hydration. It contains up to 88% water. Apples are high in vitamin C as well as a number of other vitamins which are all beneficial to your immune system and general health. The mixture of vitamins, antioxidants, and hydration is great for your skin too.
As with any concentrated juice, apple juice can be high in sugar, as you are concentrating several apples in one serving - so drink in moderation!
When choosing the type of apple that you want to use for your apple juice, much depends on the outcome you want to achieve. For a sweeter juice, you'll want to use sweet apples such as Gala, Honeycrisp or Red Delicious. For a more tart finish, you'll probably want to consider using tart apples such as a Granny Smith, Braeburn or Pink Lady.
Ultimately, it's down to personal preference and you can even add other fruits to offset the flavor, such as lemon juice, orange juice, carrot juice or any other flavor fruit juice. You can also add flavoring such as cinnamon sticks or coconut water. It's best to experiment to achieve the best flavor for you.
Each apple juice recipe varies, as it is dependent on the size and juiciness of the apples that you are using. However, as a guide, you should use 3-5 medium sized apples to make a cup.
The ingredients for a refreshing apple juice could not be simpler. All you will need is:
The best way to enjoy homemade apple juice is to serve immediately with ice cubes if you prefer. However, apple juice can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge, with a shelf life of up to 5 days. You will be able to tell that the apple juice is turning, as it will turn brown once it oxidizes. You can add some lemon juice or citric juice to delay this process slightly.
You can also freeze apple juice immediately, which will help to lock in some of the nutrients. Simply place in a container or even in ice cube trays and then take them out to thaw in the fridge.
Choosing the right blender for your needs depends on the quantity you intend to make and how much budget you have to spend. If you're making apple juice for a commercial venture, or in commercial quantities, then you might want to consider the Omega OM6560S 10-Speed Commercial Blender.
However, if you are making apple juice for personal use then you might want to consider a kitchen based blender, ideal for fruit juices, such as the Tribest Dynablend Horsepower Plus DB-950A High Power Blender.
If you are looking to make small amounts or just simply want to make one quick glass of juice at a time, then a personal blender such as the Tribest PBG-5050-A Glass Single-Serving Personal Blender is probably best for your needs. Extreme Wellness Supply has a range of blenders to suit all budgets and needs.
So, if you are keen to improve your health by making homemade juices such as this apple juice recipe above, then why not try and experiment by adding different flavors and additives to make your perfect juice!
Comments will be approved before showing up.