No juicer? No problem! Skip the pricey store-bought green juices and whip up your own version with this simple trick for how to make green juice using a blender. Plus, discover creative ways to work the nutritious pulp into your next dish.

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  1. Ideal for my new Paleo diet. I’ve pinned on my Paleo board. This green juice is definitely a keeper and I’ll see if my blender can handle it!

  2. These videos are so amazing always. I love the tips here. I don’t have a juicer and the pulp in green juices has kept me away from them. Now I know :)

  3. Love this vid, Kelly! Each ones gets better and better…especially with all the tips. Your videos are solutions for people. LOVE the tip about using the veggie pulp in cream cheese for a healthy dip! Great idea to add water to the blender vs. using a juicer. And, every kitchen needs a fine mesh sieve. I use mine all the time. Thanks for sharing and have a fabulous weekend! xo

  4. Your such a natural on camera. And I am loving this green juice made in a blender.

  5. Wow!!! your videos make recipes so easy..will be trying out a green juice this weekend,thanks for sharing :-)

  6. This is so helpful! I have always wanter to make green juice, but never had a blender! I loved your post a while back on this, but this video just sealed the deal! I have to do this!