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Prep Time

5 minutes

Servings

4
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This kicked-up vegetable juice will satisfy all your nutritional needs!

Ingredients

2 tomatoes, quartered,
1 cucumber, peeled and quartered,
1 stalk celery, cut into thirds,
1 Granny Smith apple, quartered, unpeeled and uncored,
1 small carrot, peeled and cut in half,
1-inch piece of red onion,
1/2 jalapeno pepper, seeded,
1/4 beet, peeled,
1/2 cup red cabbage, shredded,
1 1/2 cups ice,
1/2 teaspoon sea salt

Instructions

  1. Place the Top Blades in the Pitcher and add all of the ingredients in the order listed.*
  2. PULSE 3 times. Select Speed 10 and flip the switch to START. Blend for 45 seconds.

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*If your Ultima has preset speeds, follow the first step and then do the following: PULSE 3 times. Set to HIGH and flip the switch to START. Blend for 45 seconds until smooth.

Reviews

great
from great, mi
Jan. 2, 2015

great

great
Tawny
from Tulsa, OK
Jun. 6, 2014

Delicious

What a refreshing lunch drink and a perfect use of my beets. Because I was only making this for only myself, I cut the recipe in half (except for the jalapeno! I like large drinks and plenty of spice). The only omission I made was the red cabbage simply because I didn’t have any. This drink has such a beautiful rich color and leaves you feeling full but not sluggish. I will be making this many times over that’s for certain.
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