6 Creative Ways to Use Leftover Juice Pulp

6 Creative Ways to Use Leftover Juice Pulp

One of the questions we often get asked at MOD is “what can I do with the pulp?” We love this question, because it shows that our community cares as much as we do about fighting food waste! We believe that healthy people and a healthy planet go hand in hand, which is why we weave sustainability into everything we do. From our plastic-free packaging to our creative pulp upcycling recipe ideas, we are always looking for new ways to support our eco-conscious owners.

What Can I Do With Leftover Juice Pulp?

  • Cookies
  • Crackers
  • Veggie Burgers
  • Almond Meal
  • Oat Flour
  • Vegetable Broth
  • Fritters
  • Energy Bars
  • Bliss Balls
  • Dog Treats

Bonus Tip - In a hurry? You can freeze your leftover juice pulp in ice cube trays and defrost later for baking recipes OR add directly into your smoothies for an extra hit of nutrients!

MOD Recipes Using Your Leftover Juice Pulp

 

A tasty way to use up a variety of juice pulp at once, these pulp muffins are high in fibre and full of flavour. We used a combination of green apple, zucchini and carrot in this recipe but you can play around depending on what you have been juicing. Makes 16 standard muffins!

Brought to you by Sarah McReady from @nourishing_little_bellies, these homemade beetroot patties are a delicious way to repurpose vegetable juice pulp into a healthy dinner option. This recipe can easily be adapted to incorporate other types of produce depending what you’ve been juicing!

Do you love to use your MOD to make your own almond milk? It’s the most-loved plant milk recipe amongst our community! If you’re wondering what to do with the leftover pulp, we’ve got you covered. In just a few easy steps you can turn your leftover almond pulp into almond meal for all your healthy baking needs.

For carrot juice fans, we’ve got a simple 6 ingredient recipe for healthy home baked crackers! This recipe includes chia seeds and flax seeds, which are both a great source of plant-based protein, fiber and Omega-3 fatty acids. Bring these crackers to any get together for a gluten-free crowd pleasing snack!

Having a high fibre breakfast will help you feel fuller longer as well as help with digestion and prevent constipation. There are two types of fibre, insoluble and soluble, and both play an important role in the body. A really easy way to boost your insoluble fibre intake is to repurpose your juice pulp into a new, yummy recipe with our overnight chia bircher!

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