Grapefruit Apple Juice is the perfect reset from the winter weather. Packed with vitamins you need during the cold weather and so refreshing and bright!
During the harsh winter months, my body gets tired of consuming heart stews, rich chowders, and buttery carbs that only just pack on the pounds. By March, it starts craving lighter and brighter flavors, like this gorgeous pink-hued grapefruit apple juice.
Packed with all the vitamin C you’ll need to get to through the last of winter and with the natural sweetness of the apple, it’s a juice that’s easy to prepare and keeps well in the fridge for up to three days, since the acid in the grapefruit slows down the oxidation process of the apple juice.
Make a pitcher of grapefruit apple juice this weekend and you won’t look back – spring is almost here!
Grapefruit Apple Juice
- 4 large grapefruits
- 2 Granny Smith apples
- Peel the grapefruits, removing about half the pith (the more pith you leave on, the more bitter flavor you'll get - but I love a balance of bitter + sweet!)
- Cut the apples, leaving peel and core intact.
- Juice as you would in a juicer and drink immediately.