Are you looking for a way to add more flavor to your fresh juices? Below are some suggestions on what you can add to your juice to make it more interesting!
Stevia powder is a natural herbal sweetener that is a few hundred times sweeter than sugar, containing zero calories, and looks like white powdered sugar. Stevia has been used for centuries around the world and is very popular in Japan.
Stevia is safe to use and is an excellent way to sweeten your juices.
Use the very small spoon that usually comes in the container and start by sprinkling in 1 to 2 spoonfuls.
Not only does cinnamon have amazing health benefits, it can also add a pleasant aroma and flavor to your juices.
Start by sprinkling cinnamon powder in juices that contain apples, yams and carrots, and expand from there.
This super food also adds a chocolaty flavor to your juices.
Surprisingly cacao tastes good with almost any juice!
Try mixing in stevia to add sweetness to the cacao.
Tip: Put the cacao powder in the glass jar containing the juice, close the lid, shake and pour into the glass.
Lemons and limes
Lemons and limes provide a refreshing sweet flavor to your juices.
They are especially helpful in offsetting the bitter taste of dark green leafy vegetables.
Cranberries have a refreshing and subtle sweet flavor that gives your juices a twist.
Try mixing some stevia to bring out its sweetness.
Cranberries are rich in antioxidants and help women prevent urinary tract infections.
Unsweetened shredded coconut actually tastes sweet, and is a great way to provide wonderful flavor to your juices.
It is also a good source of good fat.
Try sprinkling in juices that have cucumbers, celery, zucchini or carrots.
Carrots are perfect vegetables to use to add sweetness to your 100% vegetable juices.
Cucumbers actually have a subtle sweetness and again are perfect to use in your 100% vegetable juices.
Tabasco is a great way to add a “kick” to your juice.
Whenever you are low on energy and want to wake up, try putting Tabasco in your juice.
It has virtually no calories and tastes particularly good in tomato-based juices.