Juice Pulp Uses
Breakfast Recipes: Add some excess juice pulp to oatmeal, cereals, omelets, smoothies, breakfast sandwiches. Kale and spinach juice pulp goes great in omelets, and smoothies.
Baked Goods: Juice pulp makes a great addition to carrot cakes, pound cakes, muffins, breads, pancakes, and crackers. Berries and apple juice pulp goes great with pancakes. Celery, onion, garlic and/or spinach works best for biscuits and muffins.
Salads: Juices pulp on salads gives any kind of salad an added boost of fiber.
Dips and Sauces: Juice pulp goes great with dips and sauces. Kale and spinach pulp goes great in things like guacamole
Frozen Recipes: Fruit pulp from berries and other citrus fruit juices makes a great addition in frozen popsicle recipes.
Meatloafs, Meatballs, and Burgers: Add a little juice pulp to meat loafs and burgers to give them an added fiber boost. Carrot and apple juice pulp works best when adding to meatballs, meat loafs, and burgers.
Pasta Recipes: Pastas, lasagna mix into tomato sauce for a thicker and chunkery filling. Kale, spinach, celery and carrot juice pulp works great for adding to pastas dishes.
Juice Cubes: Fill an ice tray with water and some juice pulp to make flavored ice cubes.
Dog Treats: Juice pulp can be added in when making homemade dog treats. Just be sure it is from juice pulp from fruits that dogs are allowed to eat. Juice pulp from grapes, raisins, onions, garlic, prunes, plums, peaches, tomatoes should ba avoided when making dog treats.
Natural Fertilizer: Add some extra juice pulp to soil as a natural fertilizer for plants and gardens.