12 Cucumber Juice Recipes for a Healthier Diet

Cucumber juice has become increasingly popular with people looking to lose weight, lower their blood pressure, and improve skin and bone health. Not only is cucumber juice healthy, it can be delicious on its own or prepared with other juices for orange cucumber juice, strawberry cucumber juice, or any other cucumber juice recipe you can imagine!

If you can follow the instructions for how to make chlorophyll water, you will have no trouble making delicious, hydrating cucumber juices. Read on and find out how you can make this healthy drink at home.

Cucumber Juice Benefits: Understanding Why You Should Drink it

Why should you drink cucumber juice? Because cucumber juice is:

  • Good for your skin thanks to its Vitamin K and silica content.
  • Excellent for your eyes thanks to its antioxidants and Vitamin A
  • Naturally hydrating because its potassium and magnesium help maintain your body’s fluid balance
  • Immunity boosting because it is packed with Vitamin C and other antioxidants

Cucumber Juice

Enjoying the health benefits of cucumber juice is easy! All you need are fresh, firm cucumbers (organic if possible), a peeling knife, a blender or food processor, and (maybe!) a strainer.

While cucumber juice tastes great on its own, you can make it even tastier and healthier by adding in other ingredients like apples, oranges or nutrient-packed super fruits.

How to Make it

  • Wash your cucumbers thoroughly.
  • Peel your cucumbers to avoid bitterness and bits of peel in your juice.
  • Chop them roughly so they are easier to blend.
  • Put your cucumber pieces in your blender or food processor with water to cover.
  • Blend for at least two minutes to get a smooth consistency.
  • Strain remaining lumps or solids through a sieve.

Cucumber and Lemon Juice

Lemons are a great source of vitamin C, which has been shown to reduce your risk of heart disease and strokes. Other plant compounds found in lemons have been found to lower cholesterol. Combine lemon, cucumber, and honey for a vitamin-packed thirst quencher you’ll love!

How to Make it

  • Scrub your pineapple under running water with a veggie brush.
  • Remove the pineapple’s top and stem.
  • Slice down the outer area in strips to expose the edible part.
  • Chop the pineapple and cucumber roughly.
  • Put your cucumber and pineapple pieces in your blender or food processor with water to cover.
  • Blend for at least two minutes.
  • Strain if necessary.

Cucumber Celery Juice

Celery may be most famous as a low-calorie snack, but it contains a lot of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that can help keep you healthy. And while you don’t get quite as much fiber as you do from celery stalks, there is enough to keep you feeling full after a tasty glass of cucumber celery juice.

How to Make it

  • Wash your celery stalks under running water to get rid of dirt.
  • Use a vegetable peeler to gently peel off the strings.
  • Cut the celery into chunks. Be sure to chop up the vitamin-packed celery leaves.
  • Wash, peel, and chop your cucumbers.
  • Put your cucumber and celery pieces in your blender or food processor with water to cover.
  • Blend for at least two minutes.
  • Strain as needed.

Celery Apple Cucumber Juice

Apples are loaded with polyphenols and antioxidants that may reduce your risk of cardiac disease and cancer. When you combine cucumber apple juice with vitamin-packed celery, you get a delicious and refreshing juice that’s packed with the nutrients you need.

How to Make it

  • Wash, peel, and chop your cucumbers and celery stalks.
  • Peel, core, and chop your apples.
  • Put your cucumber, apple, and celery pieces in your blender or food processor with water to cover.
  • Blend for at least two minutes.
  • Strain any remaining lumps or solids.

Cucumber Ginger Juice

Nothing settles a queasy stomach like ginger, and ginger’s spicy flavor adds a pleasant warmth to a cool cucumber smoothie. Combine the immunity-boosting powers of cucumber and ginger to give colds, flu, and infections a disease-fighting one-two punch.

How to Make it

  • Scrub your ginger under running water with a vegetable brush.
  • Use the back of a spoon or a vegetable peeler to gently remove the ginger peel.
  • Mince your ginger into small pieces with a large knife or use a grater or microplane.
  • Wash, peel, and chop your cucumbers.
  • Put your cucumber and ginger pieces in your blender or food processor with water to cover.
  • Blend for at least two minutes.
  • Strain as necessary.

Celery Cucumber Ginger Lemon Juice

This recipe brings together four antioxidant-rich and heart-healthy ingredients for a tasty juice treat that will soothe your stomach, hydrate your body, and flush toxins from your system.

How to Make it

  • Scrub, peel, and mince your ginger.
  • Wash, peel, and chop your cucumbers and celery stalks.
  • Peel and seed your lemon and cut it into uneven chunks.
  • Put your cucumber, ginger, celery, and lemon pieces in your blender or food processor with water to cover.
  • Add honey or maple syrup to taste.
  • Blend for at least two minutes.
  • Strain.

Watermelon Cucumber Juice

Who doesn’t love juicy watermelon? Blend watermelon with cucumber and you get a delicious thirst-quencher. Watermelon and cucumber are both high in magnesium and potassium and watermelon’s innate sweetness makes it a healthy, low-calorie treat

How to Make it

  • Wash, peel, and chop your cucumbers.
  • Wash the outside of the melon under cool running water with a veggie brush.
  • Remove ½ inch off the top and bottom of the watermelon.
  • Slice away the watermelon peel and rind in strips.
  • Chop the watermelon into chunks.
  • Put your cucumber and watermelon pieces in your blender or food processor with water to cover.
  • Blend for at least two minutes.
  • If you see any lumps or solids remaining, strain your juice.

Cucumber Mint Juice

Mint and cucumber are a refreshing combination on a hot day. But mint is also a great source of iron, folate, and Vitamin A, and clinical trials have found mint may help with indigestion and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).

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How to Make it

  • Pluck mint leaves from their stem, then submerge them in a bowl of cool water and swoosh them around with your hands to remove dirt.
  • Pat mint leaves dry with a paper towel or use a salad spinner.
  • Wash, peel, and chop your cucumbers.
  • Put your cucumber and mint leaves in your blender or food processor with water to cover.
  • Blend for 2-3 minutes at high speed.
  • If you see any lumps or solids remaining, strain your juice.

Cucumber Ginger Pineapple Lemon Juice

Spicy ginger, sour lemon, and tart-sweet pineapple are mellowed by cool cucumber juice in this delicious cocktail. Pineapple, cucumber, and lemon provide Vitamin C, while ginger’s anti-nausea and antibacterial activity can help stop stomach upsets before they start.

How to Make it

  • Wash, peel, and chop your cucumbers.
  • Scrub, peel, and chop your ginger and pineapple
  • Peel and seed your lemon and cut it into uneven chunks.
  • Add honey to taste.
  • Put your cucumber, ginger, lemon, and pineapple pieces in your blender or food processor with water to cover
  • Blend until smooth (generally 2 minutes or longer).
  • Strain if needed.

Strawberry Cucumber Juice

You may have enjoyed strawberry-cucumber water after a workout, but this strawberry cucumber juice gives you all that hydrating power with more of the nutrients you need. Strawberries aren’t just sweet, they’re a good source of manganese, potassium, and folate.

How to Make it

  • Place your strawberries in a colander, then clean them with running water while rubbing them to brush off dirt.
  • Wash, peel, and chop your cucumbers.
  • Put your cucumber and strawberries in your blender or food processor with water to cover.
  • Blend for at least two minutes to get a smooth consistency.
  • Strain if necessary or drink it as it is.

Carrot Celery Cucumber Juice

Carrots are loaded with Vitamin A, which is necessary for healthy eyes. Now add in vitamin- and fiber-packed celery and cucumber and you’ve got a glass of juice that will give you the nutrients you need to start your busy day.

How to Make it

  • Scrub and peel your pineapple, then cut it into chunks.
  • Wash, peel, and chop your celery stalks and cucumbers.
  • Cut off the tops of your carrots, wash them under running water, and put them aside as they are high in vitamins and delicious.
  • Scrub your carrots with a veggie brush under lukewarm running water.
  • Chop your carrots into uneven chunks.
  • Put your cucumber, carrot, carrot tops, and celery in your blender or food processor with water to cover
  • Blend for 2-3 minutes, then strain or enjoy a delicious carrot celery cucumber smoothie!

Don’t Forget To Add Chlorophyll to Your Recipes

If you’re looking to add even more healthy benefits to your juice routine, you should check out ChloroGlow’s chlorophyll drops. Chlorophyll soaks up toxins like a sponge, helping your body get rid of harmful chemicals.

A couple drops in your water or juice can give you a cleansing boost that can improve liver health, increase brain function, and improve your recovery time after workouts. ChloroGlow is available as drops or green apple flavored detox shots.

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