Smart Uses for Leftover Juice Pulp
So you’re done juicing and you have leftover pulp. What should you do with it? Are they going to be a waste? Actually, there are numerous creative ideas and smart uses for leftover juice pulp. Check the list I made and have fun trying them one by one!
Fruit Juice Pulp
- Make a pulp crumble. Just mix the pulp with fruit and juice and top them with nuts, oats, or seeds.
- Pour them to your favorite breakfast cereal.
- Make your own fruit roll-ups with a small amount of water.
- Mix them with honey and roll them into balls for healthy snacks.
- Turn them into cold treats like popsicles or ice cubes.
- Make your homemade fruit tea by boiling the pulp with water adding cinnamon or ginger, cooling, then straining.
- Make a pulp marmalade.
- Dehydrate and mix them with raw nuts, seeds, and dried fruits. Place them inside resealable bags or jars for an all-around, portable snack.
- For adults, you can even add them to rum and vodka, let it sit for a couple of days, then strain.
Vegetable Juice Pulp
- Add them to your bone broth or make your own vegetable juice pulp broth by boiling them with water, adding salt and other seasonings, and straining.
- Toss them in your scrambled eggs for breakfast.
- Insert them in your burger.
- Add them to your favorite pasta sauce or lasagna to add nutrients.
- Toss them over your baked sweet potatoes and you’ll be surprised by how nutritious and tasty it becomes!
- Add them to your preferred vegetable soup to thicken it.
- Mix them with your gravy to thicken it.
- Include them in your healthy vegetable salad.
- Add them to your meatball recipe for more flavor, moisture, and nutrients.
- Use them in your raw pizza crust.
For Fruit and Vegetable:
- Add them to your bread, pancakes, cookies, and muffins for a more nutritious snack. Spinach, carrot, onion, berry, apple, and celery pulp are perfect for this.
- Blend them into your smoothies for additional fiber.
- Dehydrate and turn them into powder for a more powdery goodness.
- Turn them into dehydrated crackers by mixing them with water to make your own dough. Then spread them onto dehydrator sheets and dehydrate for 6 hours or until done.
- Dehydrate them and use them like bread crumbs.
- Compost them and add them to your garden.
- Make dog treats or mix them with your dog’s food if you’re feeling a bit lazy.
- Let your chickens devour each and every bit of it.
- Place them inside resealable bags and freeze them if you don’t feel like doing any of the stuff I listed above.