My version of celery juice is a healthy and refreshing tonic that can have many benefits, the celery and ginger together create a winning combination. You can heighten the intensity as much as you see fit with the amount of ginger. I admire the intense taste ginger can bring so I tend to add quite a bit more than what’s included here. Start with a little and then you can increase the amount based on your particular preference.
Watch me make Celery Juice here…or continue below
How to sweeten Celery Juice
I chose to use agave nectar for this drink but there are actually several ways you can sweeten celery juice. Sugar in the raw, honey, and Monk Fruit sweetener name just a few options. Of course, you could forego this option completely. It gives it a uniquely deep, rich flavor. If you’re looking for something a little lighter, go for a different sweetener. You will need a high powered blender in order to pulverize the celery properly- if you’re not using a juicer.
I recommend adding all of the ingredients first and then adjusting the amount of lime, ginger, and sweetener to your particular liking. I really like ginger so I tend to be heavy-handed. One more thing…make sure everything is cleaned really well. Celery has a tendency to collect dirt in between its layers.
Celery Juice without a juicer
After everything has been blended to perfection, you can use a strainer to separate the pulp from the liquid. This in another opportunity to taste and make sure the juice is to your liking before serving.
Enjoy this healthy Celery Juice!Print
My version of celery juice is a healthy and refreshing tonic that can have many benefits. I chose to use agave nectar for this drink. It gives it a uniquely deep, rich flavor. If you’re looking for something a little lighter, go for a different sweetener. You will need a high powered blender in order to pulverize the celery properly.
1 celery stalk
juice of 1 lime
½ cup agave nectar
2 cups water
ginger to taste (start with a couple inches)
- Chop celery.
- Combine all other ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth.
- Separate juice from pulp using a strainer (you can also use cheesecloth).
*note- if you don’t strain the juice, you will have to chew.
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