Strawberry-Apple Juice

Vegan • Gluten free • Paleo • 5 mins to make • Serves 1

Produce

1 Red delicious apple, medium
2 cups Strawberries

Nuts & Seeds

1 tbsp Chia seeds
  • mom.me

    Strawberry Apple Juice Recipe

  • Bethany Venus-Cox

    Strawberry-Apple Juice Recipe : Food Network Kitchen : Apple Juice can be like lemonade - add different flavors to it

  • Amanda

    *****Strawberry-Apple Juice: This is like the heaven of juices. It is so refreshing and delicious! I could drink this all day, every day.

  • Misha Tokar

    Strawberry-Apple Juice Recipe : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network - FoodNetwork.com Ingredients 2 cups strawberries, tops removed 1 medium Red Delicious apple, peeled and cored 1 tablespoon chia seeds, optional Read more at: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/food-network-kitchens/strawberry-apple-juice.html?oc=linkback

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