Turmeric Pineapple Juice Popsicles


June 24, 2015

These turmeric pineapple juice popsicles are fantastic immune-boosting anti-inflammatory treats that are sweet and delicious, and also promote heart health.

Turmeric Pineapple Juice Popsicles

These turmeric pineapple popsicles from Reboot With Joe are fantastic immune-boosting anti-inflammatory treats that are sweet and delicious, and also promote heart health.

These juice popsicles are high in beta-carotenoids, lutein, Vitamin C, manganese, potassium and other electrolytes. These juice pops also offer nutrient support for eye and joint health.

Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead

Have you seen Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead? This documentary about how chronically ill Joe Cross (a fellow Aussie) changed his life by juicing. Joe’s 60-day and 3,000 mile road trip around America captured the hearts of the world, and has inspired literally millions of people to reclaim their health through the power of raw juices and plant-based foods.

Joe has since produced Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead 2, and authored four books about juicing including: 101 Juice Recipes, The Reboot With Joe Juice Diet, The Reboot With Joe Juice Diet Cookbook, and his latest book, Reboot With Joe Fully Charged.

Fully Charged

Fully Charged is all about lasting health on a plant-focused diet, and finding creative ways to include fruits and veggies into your lifestyle. Whether you’ve followed his reboot diet and are looking to further your journey, or you’re looking for simple ways to improve your healthy lifestyle, this book has some great inspiration and encouragement, as well as practical tips for diet, exercise, and mindfulness.

In the book, Joe shares his 7 Tips For Health:

1. Change Your Relationship to Food (Don’t Abuse Food)
2. Change Your Diet (Eat the Right Stuff)
3. Change Your Habits About Food (Find a New Groove)
4. Embrace Community (Get a Little Help From Your Friends)
5. Maintain the Machine (Follow the Upkeep Manual)
6. Practice Mindfulness (Chill Out)
7. Respect Yourself

Simple ideas, but effective.

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Other Turmeric Juice Recipes You Will Love

Anti-Inflammatory Carrot Turmeric Juice
Carrot, Turmeric, Sweet Potato Juice
Apple, Ginger, Turmeric, Parsnip Juice
Green, Ginger, Turmeric Juice
Watermelon, Grapefruit, Turmeric, Radish Juice

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Turmeric Pineapple Popsicles

These turmeric pineapple juice popsicles are fantastic immune-boosting anti-inflammatory treats that are sweet and delicious, and also promote heart health. 

Prep Time 15 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Servings 8 Popsicles
Author Tess Masters

Ingredients

  • 2 medium oranges, peeled
  • 1/4 pineapple, peeled
  • 1 (1 inch/2.5cm) piece turmeric root
  • 1 medium carrot, washed
  • 1/4 orange-fleshed sweet potato, peeled (optional)
  • Pinch of finely ground black pepper

substitutions:

  • orange (sub mandarin or tangelo)
  • pineapple (sub apple or pears)
  • turmeric (sub ginger)
  • carrot (sub butternut squash or pumpkin)
  • sweet potato (sub carrot, butternut squash, or pumpkin)

Instructions

  1. Push all ingredients through your juicer.

  2. Pour into popsicle molds and freeze overnight to enjoy the next day.

Recipe Notes

Recipe from Reboot With Joe
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Photo by Trent Lanz; styling by Alicia Buszczak

Comments

Comments 8

  1. I don’t think I can find any fresh turmeric where I live, it’s not sold at grocery stores here. Can I substitute with powdered turmeric?

    1. Start with 1/4 teaspoon dried turmeric and add to taste. You could also use fresh ginger. That would be delicious, too.

  2. If there is an Indian or maybe an Asian grocery store near you, you can find it in their produce section. It will make a difference, but I use turmeric powder as a substitute a lot. I would think in a juice you might want to throw it in a blender to get it mixed in well.

  3. I love your recipes, they’re wonderful! Quick question: I was trying this out and the juice separated into layers (as it does) as it was freezing, and I was just wondering if you knew any way to stop this from happening?

    1. Thanks Leona, it’s great to be connected. Yes, this happens with fresh juice. If you look at my photo, you’ll see that it happened a bit for me, too. What I do is use a popsicle mold with a lid I can pull off and gently stir a little bit an hour into freezing. It’s a pain, but it’s the only way that I’ve found. If I’m just making them for myself, I just leave them separated.

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