Fresh ginger has long been hailed for its health benefits. Besides being a powerful anti-oxidant (1), it helps with nausea that comes with pregnancy and chemotherapy (2).
But this isn’t an article about the great medical benefits of fresh ginger. This is about my 12 favorite ginger juice recipes to help you incorporate fresh ginger juice into your diet.
Healthy Ginger Lemonade
Ginger has a bit of a bite that pairs well with lemon. This healthy ginger lemonade is a delicious and refreshing drink for any time of day. Ginger is known for its anti-inflammatory properties and can aid in digestion and nausea relief, taking your glass of lemonade to the next level.
It’s perfect for when you need an afternoon pick-me-up, but don’t want to be loaded with sugar or artificial flavors. The ginger gives the drink a bit of a zip that most really enjoy, but experiment and figure out how much ginger is your perfect match.
This ginger juice recipe is great on its own or as a base for many other recipes. The great thing about this recipe is that you can make it in your blender, meaning you don’t have to use a juicer if you don’t own one.
This recipe comes together quickly; just rinse the ginger really well and then get started. That’s right – you can skip the peeling! If you decide to peel, don’t forget the best way to peel ginger is with a spoon.
You can make this and use it immediately or put it into a sealed container and store in the refrigerator for up to two weeks.
Ginger Beet Juice
This ginger beet juice recipe is a great way to get some extra nutrients in your day. With its stunning purple color and delicious flavor, this juice is sure to become a favorite in your home.
This beet and ginger combination makes for a beautiful color and an extra-fun drink to sip on. The addition of ginger will give your juice a kick that’ll wake up your taste buds, while beet juice has many health benefits, making you feel better faster. It’s perfect for people who want a quick boost with some added fun.
Grapefruit Ginger Juice
Grapefruit and ginger make a delicious and refreshing juice combination. The tangy and slightly bitter taste of grapefruit is balanced out by the spicy and slightly sweet taste of ginger. Not only does this juice taste great, but it also has many health benefits. Grapefruit is high in vitamin C and antioxidants, which can help boost the immune system and protect against disease.
This recipe is simple and easy to make, so you can enjoy it for breakfast, after a workout, or any time of day. The grapefruit gives the drink a punch of vitamin C and its beautiful pink color will make drinking the juice more inviting.
Hot Ginger Tonic
If you’re looking for a warm and comforting drink to help soothe your sore throat or to warm you up on a chilly day, look no further than a hot ginger tonic! Not only is it delicious and warming, but ginger has many health benefits too. It’s known for its anti-inflammatory properties and can help with digestion and nausea relief. It’s also believed to boost the immune system and help fight off colds and flu.
Drinking a hot ginger tonic is the perfect way to relax and unwind after a long day. It’s also a great way to start your day with a boost of vitamins and nutrients. You can also experiment with different herbs and spices to create your own unique tonic. Try cinnamon, cardamom, or black pepper for added flavor and health benefits. Enjoy your warm, comforting and healthy drink!
Ginger Celery Juice
Ginger celery juice is a delicious and refreshing way to start your day or boost your energy in the afternoon. Both ginger and celery are packed with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that can help support your overall health and well-being. And celery is a great source of hydration and Vitamin K.
The added apple helps sweeten the drink and balance out the flavors. You can have fun and experiment with this base recipe, adding things like kale, spinach, or cucumbers to it to give you more flavor options.
Ginger Juice Tea
Once you make your delicious ginger juice for the first time, you’ll probably want to find creative ways to use it. This ginger juice tea is so simple and delicious. You can create a totally different flavor each time if you want, simply by changing the time of tea you use.
Adding ginger juice to your hot tea is a great way to add more ginger to your diet. You can use a little or a lot, depending on how much ginger flavor you want.
Apple Ginger Juice
Apple ginger juice is a tasty and healthy way to refresh and energize yourself. The combination of ginger and apples creates a perfect balance of sweet and spicy flavors. Not only does it taste great, but it also has many health benefits.
You know what they say: ”an apple a day keeps the doctor away.” Supercharge that tip with the added health benefits of ginger! The apple sweetens the drink and prevents the ginger from being too strong. The result is something delicious, enjoyable, and easy to make!
Ginger Ale and Orange Juice
Ginger Ale and Orange Juice is a delicious and refreshing combination of flavors that will elevate your taste buds! This recipe is perfect for any occasion, whether it’s a hot summer day or a cold winter evening, this drink will always be a crowd-pleaser.
The ginger ale provides a sparkly and sweet taste, while the orange juice adds a tangy and citrusy note, creating a perfect balance of flavors. Not only does it taste great but it also has many health benefits. Orange juice is a great source of Vitamin C and can help boost the immune system.
This recipe is perfect for any occasion. Whether it’s a backyard BBQ or a casual dinner party, it will always be a hit.
It’s also a great non-alcoholic option for those who want to enjoy a festive drink without the alcohol. This recipe also includes ways to create some of your favorite alcoholic beverages using this as a base.
Ginger Power Shots
No article about ginger juice recipes would be complete without shots, would it?
Health shots are a popular way to get the goodness of an ingredient easily. These ginger power shots are no exception. This blogger provides several different combinations so you can make each ginger shot and see which one is your favorite.
Will it be ginger and lemon? Ginger, carrot, and lemon? Or maybe ginger, green apple, spinach, and lemon? Lemon is a repeating ingredient in these ginger shots because it helps cut through the spice of the ginger to balance it out. You can also combine some of your favorite ingredients and make your own ginger shot!
Ginger Beer Concentrate
Despite its name, ginger beer is not an alcoholic drink. Ginger beer is similar to Ginger ale, but it is generally less sweet and spicier. The ginger is more of a hint of flavor in ginger ale, while in ginger beer, it punches you in the mouth (in a good way!)
Once you whip up a batch of this ginger beer concentrate, you can make your own delicious ginger beer by adding club soda, a squeeze of lime or lemon, and an optional natural sweetener.
Love to have fresh ginger but can’t seem to use it all up before it goes bad? Try this recipe for ginger syrup. It’s a great way to preserve your ginger while also giving you the option of a “fresh” ingredient for your recipes instead of having to substitute for powdered ginger.
The recipe is made by cooking the ginger first, so you can actually get two products of this: the ginger syrup and the cooked ginger that you can use in other recipes. The syrup keeps for a month or more in the refrigerator and can be added to baked goods, oatmeal, and more.
Bonus: Orange-Ginger-Carrot Juice Recipe
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