Citrus is paired with rosemary and local honey for an immune boosting juice that tastes a little bit like a tropical lemonade.
|pineapple||10.7 oz||1/5 pineapple|
|orange||8.4 oz||1 3/4 medium oranges|
|lemon||0.8 oz||1/4 medium lemon|
|fresh rosemary sprigs||0.4 oz||9 rosemary sprigs|
|local raw honey||0.7 oz||1 1/2 tablespoons (20 grams)|
|1:Wash produce thoroughly.|
|2:Remove the green crown from the pineapple and peel the orange.|
|3:Weigh the ingredients.|
|4:Pick the rosemary leaves from the stems.|
|5:Quarter the lemon (leaving skin on) and place directly into the press. If you don’t have a juice press, peel the lemon and juice with the rest of the ingredients.|
|6:If you have a juice press, grind the remaining ingredients together and press.|
|7:Add the honey to a bowl and slowly whisk in the juice until dissolved.|
Mix with iced tea for the best Arnold Palmer you’ve ever tasted!
Garnish with an orange slice, a lemon slice and/or a sprig of rosemary to take your presentation up a notch.
Remove the green crown, but leave the skin on the pineapple if you’re using a Goodnature juice press. It contains a high concentration of valuable nutrients.
Love carbonated drinks? Add sparkling water for a bit of fizzy goodness.
Want to make enough for the whole week? Fill a few mason jars and refrigerate. Shelf life will vary based on your juicer. See this article for help with determining how long your juice will last: https://www.goodnature.com/blog/understanding-shelf-life-of-cold-pressed-juice/