Pomegranate Beet Down – Juice Recipe the Whole Family Will Love!

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I have to admit that while I love juicing I don’t spend much time contemplating the specific health benefits of the juices I drink.  I have not yet become that guru who knows every fruit and vegetable and the ailments each is good for.  I couldn’t tell you what fruits have what vitamins.

Someday I hope to be able to say, “Hey, these juice recipes will help prevent osteoporosis”–I really need to get on that one as it runs in my family–or “try this blend for asthma”.  Fruits, veggies, and herbs really do have restorative and preventative powers to protect us against disease, sickness, or just plain fatigue.

Earlier this week I showed you our new Omega Juicer I got The Husband for Christmas.  –Okay, so it was really more of a family gift.  I admit that I knew he wasn’t going to be the only one using it.– And I promised you that I’d share one of my favorite juice recipes that I’ve done.

I haven’t ventured into straight vegetable juice yet.  I like to keep it at least a little sweet because then I know my boys will drink it.  And drink it they have.  Juicing has been a sweet success for them.  They are pretty proud of themselves too, knowing that they drink kale, spinach, beets, and more.

This juice is one of my favorites that I’ve made–mostly because I love pomegranates.

I call it the Pomegranate Beet-down 🙂

Pomegranate Beet Juice recipe

This is a great juice recipe for kids too!  Like most other juice recipes, this one is super simple.

Pomegranate Beet Down
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  • 2 Beets (use the greens too, if you have them)
  • 2 Oranges (Blood oranges are great to use if you have them. If not, just use regular)
  • 4 Carrots
  • 1 Pomegranate


  • Wash your fruit, veggies, and roots.
  • Peel the orange.
  • Score the pomegranate, open it and pour the seeds into the juicer.
  • Juice the remainder of your ingredients.
  • Enjoy!




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  1. Interesting! I'd love to try this!
  2. Definitely going to try this with the beets I just got in my CSA box!
  3. My husband is always looking for new recipes for his nutribullet, I'm sure he'll love this idea sibabe64 at ptd dot net
  4. This sounds amazing, thank you for sharing this recipe with us all.
  5. Sandy Cain says
    This sounds absolutely fantastic! Juicing fresh veggies is great. I love that you include the beet greens, too. (I would just stick with regular oranges, the color of blood oranges turns me off). Also, I think it's wonderful that you have a slow juicer! Keeps all those enzymes intact. Thanks for the recipe, pinned and planned! : )
  6. I am not quite convinced to add beet juice, but at least it would give it the nice red color. As long as it is colorful, the kids will drink it.
    • Beets are actually kind of sweet--like carrots. It is very complimentary to the other ingredients in the recipe. As a novice juicer myself, I havent yet gotten up the courage to try some of the more hardcore flavor combinations. LOL
  7. Did you cook the beets? You must have. This sounds good for you!! Thanks for the recipe. I am going to pin it so I have it.
  8. This sounds so good. Thank you for sharing the recipe.
  9. nicole dz says
    I just got a new juicer a few weeks ago and have been searching for some good juice recipes. And I love me some pomegranates, there a favorite of mine. Gonna try this.
  10. Christina Kelbel says
    This sounds yummy. I want to start juicing, been thinking about trying a juice cleanse.
  11. I love fresh juice! especially organically grown. It is expensive. I would love to have a juicer - this sounds wonderful!
  12. It sounds great and the best part it seems fairly easy
  13. Julie Wood says
    This looks like such a healthy and delicious Juice recipe with Pomegranates! I love that fruit because it gives so much flavor. I will have to make this and see how my family likes it.
  14. rosa rogers says
    love juicing..I am going to give this a try...Thank you for sharing.
  15. David Fultner says
    I am not a beet person, but I will try it anyway.