Pineapple Orange Juice Drink

Hands down the BEST and most refreshing tropical drink that is comes together in 5 minutes! Pineapple orange juice boosts immunity, has 3-ingredients, and is blender or juicer ready!

Orange, pineapple, ginger juice- oh my! Get a morning pick-me-up with this fabulous pineapple orange juice! If you are looking for an invigorating beverage and simple juicing recipes to make at home then you have landed at the right place.

This recipe for pineapple orange juice serves 1, but it is so good you may just want to times it by 8 and make a whole pitcher to have on hand for the week or to add to orange juice cake!

Other cold pressed juice recipes to enjoy are this Green Detox Juice, Celery Juice, Green Machine Juice, Detox Beet Juice, Carrot Juice, and this recipe for Aloe Vera Juice which are all wonderful for a juice fast and to support a healthy diet, body juice cleanse, detox, and weight loss goals.

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  • Why this recipe is so good
  • What ingredients go into this drink
  • What is pineapple and orange juice good for
  • How to make this recipe
  • Storing fresh pressed juice
  • Faq’s
  • Related recipes
  • Pineapple Orange Juice Drink

Why this recipe is so good

+ Boosts the immune system – Oranges and pineapple are loaded with water, fiber, and vitamin C, which helps to flush away toxins from the body and boost the immune system. Juicing the fruit is a great way to get all those nutrients!

+ 3 ingredients and is easy to make in a blender or juicer! – All you need is three ingredients and a blender or juicer. I understand not everyone has a juicer so all my juice recipes include ways to make it with both equipment.

+ Caters to all diets – Orange pineapple juice is vegan, dairy-free, gluten-free, grain-free, nut-free, night-shade-free and made up of only fruits and vegetables.

What ingredients go into this drink

  • orange
  • pineapple
  • ginger

What is pineapple and orange juice good for

  • Hydration
  • Improved circulation
  • Better digestion
  • Detoxification
  • Boosts the immune system
  • Nutrient-rich
  • Great skin
  • Stronger bones and teeth
  • Luscious hair
  • Reducing inflammation
  • Boosting metabolism

Oranges are rich in antioxidants and nutrients and help to hydrate the body since they are made up of mostly water. This improves, energy, blood flow, and detoxification to help the body flush out toxins. Oranges are made of 80% vitamin C, which helps support a strong immune system.

Pineapples are great for health, skin, hair, bones and is loaded with fiber, vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin K, phosphorus, manganese, calcium and zinc that work to fight many diseases and strengthen bones and teeth. [source]

Ginger – is ginger a fruit? I had to think twice about that one too. Ginger is a actually a vegetable since it is the root of a ginger plant. It is known to reduce inflammation and ease an upset stomach.

How to make this recipe

Juicing in a juicer: If using a juicer you want to remove the skins of the orange and pineapple. Remove the rind of the orange as well as citrus fruit rind can add a bitter taste. Here is a great article if you have questions about what fruit skins to remove before juicing. Add the pineapple, orange, and ginger to the juicer and enjoy over ice or as is.

In a blender: In a blender, also make sure the skins of the pineapple, orange, and ginger are removed and rind is also removed from the orange. You can remove the skin of the ginger with a knife or vegetable peeler. Then add the pineapple, orange, and ginger to the blender and blend until smooth. Strain through a mesh nut bag or enjoy with the pulp over ice or as is.

Storing fresh pressed juice

This fresh pressed pineapple orange juice stores well in a pitcher with a lid or glass jar in the refrigerator for up 5 days. This recipe makes one and can be multiplied by 8 (8 cups pineapple, 8 oranges, 8- one inch pieces of ginger) to make a pitcher to last the week (about 5 days).


What are the side effects of eating pineapple?

Pineapples have a high amount of vitamin C, and eating too much pineapple can cause symptoms of nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, abdominal pain, or heartburn (from the acid). Also eating unripe pineapple can be toxic and cause diarrhea and vomiting. Aim to eat 1 cup of ripe pineapple per day.

Which is healthier, orange or pineapple juice?

Both juices have incredible benefits and are rich antioxidants and nutrients, almost in equal amounts. Mixing them is a great way to enjoy all the benefits of both fruit as they pair well together and bring out the best flavors in each! One of the biggest difference is that pineapple has a digestive enzyme called bromelain. According to the National Center For Complimentary and Integrative Healthy, “Bromelain is promoted as a dietary supplement for reducing pain and swelling, especially of the nose and sinuses, gums, and other body parts after surgery or injury. It is also promoted for osteoarthritis, cancer, digestive problems, and muscle soreness. Topical bromelain is promoted for burns.”

With all those health benefits of consuming pineapple and orange, it’s time to drink up! Cheers to this marvelous lip-smacking ginger pineapple orange juice!

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