Sweet Potato Pie Juice

  • by Robin Frey
5.0 from 5 Reviews



This sweet potato juice recipe includes cinnamon, carrot, apple, and more. It tastes like Thanksgiving dessert, only healthier!

Yield 12 oz
Calories 125 cal
Yield and calories may vary depending on produce used and method of extraction.
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That’s right: sweet potato pie juice.

Taking inspiration from a Thanksgiving dessert favorite — sweet potato pie — our in-house chef has created a healthy juice recipe that tastes like dessert in a glass.

two glasses of sweet potato juice with ingredients on a cutting board

Stash your pie tin away, break out your juicer, and prepare for one of the tastiest juices you’ve ever tried.

Before we get into the ingredients and instructions, let’s run through the health benefits. Click here to jump straight to the recipe.

two glasses of sweet potato juice with ingredients on a cutting board

Health Benefits of Sweet Potato Juice

Starting with the obvious: this sweet potato carrot juice is vegan, gluten-free, and dairy free.

Every ingredient in this juice is packed with health benefits. But let’s focus just on sweet potatoes for a moment.

Here are 8 health benefits of drinking juice from raw sweet potatoes:

  1. Amazing source of Beta-Carotene (which converts to Vitamin A in your body).
  2. Good source of Vitamin C, Vitamins B5 and B6, Copper, and Manganese.
  3. One cup of sweet potatoes has more Potassium than a banana.
  4. Includes Iron, niacin, phosphorus, and Vitamins B1 and B2.
  5. Great for regulating blood sugar.
  6. Sweet potatoes have cancer fighting properties.
  7. Promotes healthy hair and skin.
  8. Aids with adrenal gland protection.

(See more sweet potato nutrition facts here.)

Ingredients for making sweet potato juice, apple, carrot, ginger, lemon, clove cinnamon and nutmeg on a wooden cutting board

Though they are the star, sweet potatoes are just one of the juicing ingredients. Benefits from the other ingredients include:

  • Carrot juice: Boosts immune system. Promotes stronger vision and brain function. Lowers cholesterol.
  • Apple: Supports hydration. Good source of Vitamin C, Vitamin K, potassium, and more.
  • Ground cinnamon: Loaded with antioxidants. Has anti-inflammatory properties. Lowers blood sugar. Helps fight infections.
  • Fresh ginger juice: Improves digestion. Relieves pain. Controls high blood pressure. Promotes healthy skin and hair growth.
  • Lemon: Supports hydration. Good source of Vitamin C. Promotes healthy skin. Aids digestion. Supports weight loss.
  • Nutmeg and clove: Contains powerful antioxidants. Anti-inflammatory properties. Antibacterial properties. Contains important nutrients.

(Note that these are not exhaustive lists.)

Equipment note: We used the M-1 commercial juice press to make this juice recipe, but you can use pretty much any type of juicer. Just keep in mind that the quality will always be higher when using a juice press.

Learn more about the industry-leading commercial juicers we use to make our recipes.

Health Benefits

  • antioxidant
  • aids weight loss
  • supports immune system
  • lowers blood sugar
  • promotes healthy skin
  • improves digestion
  • cancer fighting
  • hydrating
  • reduces inflammation


sweet potato 6.56 oz 186 g 1 1/2 medium sweet potatoes
carrot 7.5 oz 213 g 3 1/2 medium carrots
green apple 3.75 oz 106 g 1/2 medium apple
red apple 3.75 oz 106 g 1/2 medium apple
lemon 0.375 oz 11 g 1/10 of a lemon
ginger 0.328 oz 9 g 1 inch chunk ginger
ground cinnamon 0.1 oz 3 g 1 large pinch
ground nutmeg 0.02 oz 0.6 g 1 small pinch
ground clove 0.02 oz 0.6 g 1 small pinch


  1. Wash and weigh all produce, making sure to scrub the sweet potatoes in a sink to remove any dirt.

  2. Quarter the lemon (leaving skin on) and place directly into the press. If you donโ€™t have a juice press, peel the lemon and juice with the rest of the ingredients.

  3. Juice all fruits and veggies.

  4. Whisk the spices into the juice.

Pro Tips

  • If you like turmeric, toss a pinch of that in as well!

  • Want some extra creaminess? A splash or two of coconut milk will do the trick.

  • Want even more nutrition? Toss in some leafy greens like kale or spinach. The taste won’t be impacted too much (but the color won’t be as pretty).


Leave a Comment


  1. I love these healthy menus all of it. I will add this to my collection. Thank you and when i start my You Tube channel i will give you guys a shout out. Peace and love from East Harlem NYC…


    1. Hi Charlton,

      Glad you are enjoying the recipes! Good luck on your YouTube channel, be sure to share it with us when it’s up and running ๐Ÿ™‚


  2. 5 stars
    Such a good recipe. Perfect for Fall!


    1. Thanks Jenn ๐Ÿ™‚ Glad you like it!


  3. 5 stars
    Definitely going to make this this holiday season. Thanks robin!


  4. 5 stars
    Going to try this one for sure ๐Ÿ™‚


  5. 5 stars
    QUESTION: You donโ€™t roast the sweet as you would in the pumpkin almond milk?


    1. Hi Hugh,

      For this recipe, we do not. If you wanted to roast it, you would roast, peel, cool completely and then puree, and incorporate as like a puree. This technique yields best results when added to nut milks rather than juices.


  6. 5 stars
    sounds delicioso, I will try tomorrow. Gracias.