This fresh raw Apple Squash Drink is a great way to use up a bunch of squash. I am talking to the gardeners out there!
When I think of what to put in my juicer, the last thing I think of juicing is squash. This overlooked vegetable is quite tasty when mixed with something sweet.
The other recipe where I juiced squash was my Orange Squash Drink, which tastes similar to an Orange Julius.
For this Apple Squash Drink I added cinnamon and nutmeg, which makes this taste like a spiced apple juice. Another variation is instead of cinnamon and nutmeg, add some fresh ginger.
To do this I juiced the apple and squash first, then pressed the ginger in a garlic press. Your juicer may be able to juice the ginger, but the time I tried to, the ginger was unnoticeable. I added about ½ teaspoon of ginger.
The next time you have a bunch of squash, try juicing it. It is a good way to use up a bunch at a time, and you may find yourself wanting a daily glass of it.
Apple Squash Drink
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I currently use a BELLA 13694 High Power Juice Extractor (on the left), but I used to use a Champion juicer (on the right). If you plan on juicing a lot, I would recommend investing in a good quality juicer, like the Champion.
Since I don't juice as often as I used to, I bought the Bella, which costs less. The Bella still does what I need it to do. My Champion bit the dust since I didn't take as good of care of it as I could have.
One thing I really liked about the Champion, is it had a blank, which enabled me to make desserts like Banana “Ice cream” with Peanut Butter Syrup , so it all depends on what you are going to use it for and how often.
Apple Squash Drink
- Juice apples and squash in a juicer.
- Sprinkle with nutmeg and cinnamon and stir.
*Note: Nutrition information should be considered an estimate only. Different nutrition calculators give you different results.