Radishly Radical Apple Grapefruit Juice

radish grapefruit apple juice

Today I’ve got a little surprise in store for you. I thought it would be fun to combine this month’s recipe redux with a sneak peak inside my upcoming book, 101 Skinny Juices for Weight Loss and Detox!

It works out perfectly because February’s theme is all about that which is served in a mug, glass, or stein. Healthier drinks is on the redux — hot or cool, kid-friendly or happy hour worthy, we’ve got you covered. We did this a few years ago as well, and I made an awesome skinny margarita, remember?

Radishly Perfect Ingredients

My radishly perfect juice is the result of a “what’s left in the fridge” moment that was so dang delish it made it into my book. In my opinion you can juice just about anything with an apple and some ginger and it will taste amazing.

healthy clean juice

After a quick pass through the juicer out came this amazingly refreshing juice! I just love the pink color. I love the tangy, sweet taste. I love the hit of cinnamon. I just love it all. And you will, too. For those of you wondering, yes, you can make this delight in your blender, so no fancy pants juicer required! I really hope you try this awesome kicked-up twist on apple juice. The warming ginger, the spicy radish, and the sweet apple blend perfectly with the tangy taste of pink grapefruit. Am I tantalizing your taste buds, or what!?

Radish-ly Radical Apple Grapefruit Juice


  • 1/2 grapefruit, peeled
  • 1 small apple, cored
  • 1/2 lemon
  • 5-6 radish
  • 1-inch piece ginger
  • Dash cinnamon


  1. Peel grapefruit and core apple. Juice. Sprinkle with cinnamon. Serves 1.

6 replies
  1. Elena
    Elena says:

    Danielle, what kind of juice maker do you use? I am thinking to buy a juice maker, but not sure which one. Thanks.

  2. Amari @ Eat Chic Chicago
    Amari @ Eat Chic Chicago says:

    Never thought to put radishes in my juicer! Can’t wait for your new upcoming book! My juicer always gets a workout in the spring and summer when I have lots of leftover produce from my CSA and local farmers markets.

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