The Minted Pear | A Green Juice Recipe

The Minted Pear Green Juice // So...Let's Hang Out

Are you looking at the title of this post and thinking, “Whoa. Did you just name that green juice like one would name a cocktail?” Yes. The answer is yes. I thought it would make green juice fun and flirty. It was either Kale, Pears, Mint n’ Stuff or The Minted Pear. I stand by my choice. We deserve to make our green juice fancy.  Pinkies up, yo.

Alright, so last week was off the chain. I feel like I got hit by a birthday bus. How are you guys doing? You good? Did you make any of those donuts yet? Oh, lawdy! Those things are crazy good. Go make those and then come back here and make this. The two go hand in hand. You’ll get it. This stuff is good for an “okay, maybe that fourth donut was a bit much” hangover. I should know… I drank and entire quart of it. Not kidding. It goes down real easy.

The Minted Pear Green Juice // So...Let's Hang Out

Juice is my jam when it comes to pushing the reset button. So many vitamins and minerals absorbed into your system! I always feel like I’m gulping down liquid gold. Er… liquid green? One of those. Or, both of those. My brain is functioning at 50% capacity at best. To put things in perspective, I spelled the word “green” by typing out “grean”. I then stood here and stared at it for at least thirty seconds wondering how the heck that could be wrong. Wednesday might be winning. Perhaps I just need another quart of this grean  green juice. Buttons need to be reset. The spelling portion of my brain needs some kale and some pears and some mint n’ stuff. Fire up that juicer, hoss! I’m comin’ for ya.

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Alright, Friends. Stay Juicy (I don’t even know–weird closing statement).

The Minted Pear Green Juice // So...Let's Hang Out

The Minted Pear | A Green Juice Recipe

Ingredients

  • 1 bunch of organic celery
  • 2 danjou pears, sliced & cored
  • 2 limes, peeled
  • Handful of fresh mint
  • 6 or so organic kale leaves.

Instructions

  1. Process all of your fruits and veggies through your juicer.
  2. Drink immediately, or store in an air tight container such as a mason jar for no more than 48 hours.
  3. Enjoy!
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11 thoughts on “The Minted Pear | A Green Juice Recipe

    • Pears are totally my jam right now! Mint just adds that little sumpin’ extra. Thanks for the shares, friend! Always appreciated. I’ve been totally peeking at those pumpkin and chocolate drizzled cookies you made a while back and just dreaming about them. Time to bake! :)

  1. this one sounds really good! I never tried to combine pear with mint but why not ;) just take a risk and so on :) I will definitely try this one out! xx Cici

  2. This sounds delightful, Gina, and like the perfect kind of reset juice. I feel like I need something similar after the craziness (and all the gumbo, oh my goodness, GUMBO) of this weekend. So there’s that. Pinning away, lady. Hope you’re doing wonderfully!

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