7 Delicious Tomato Juice Recipes

Fresh pressed juice recipes are often filled with the goodness of greens, sweet fruits and radiant vegetables. These juices often have a main flavoring ingredient like kale and spinach for green juices or apples and pineapples for a fruit juices. However, these can become a bit boring unless you mix things up with new flavors.

If you’re looking to switch up the main ingredient in your juice routine, give the tomato a shot. This fruit, which is commonly prepared as a vegetable, is loaded with antioxidants and lacks nothing when it comes to flavor.

A tomato juice recipe can give you a glass filled with an uncharted amount of phytonutrients and leave you feeling satisfied while anticipating your next creation. Tomatoes are full of beta-carotene, lycopene, vitamin c, vitamin a, vitamin k and potassium and are a great help in boosting your immune system.

They are particularly great to incorporate as a daily raw meal option because they have a high water content that makes them great to use in juices that are replacing meals as they are more likely to leave you feeling “full”.

Because tomatoes are packed with so many vital nutrients, they aid in helping to fight against diseases such as high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke and high cholesterol.

You may think that every tomato juice recipe will taste like your average red vegetable juice found on the shelf, but this is far from the truth. By mixing different fruits, vegetables and herbs, you can create some pleasantly tasting juices that differ from the norm.

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You can mix a variety of ingredients to create a nice and healthy fresh tomato juice recipe. Here are 7 delicious tomato juice recipes that you will enjoy.

1. The Classic


This variation of the classic vegetable juice is not only health conscious, but it’s beauty conscious as well. Fresh parsley and celery are great for skin and hair health. Partner that with the large dose of vitamin c in tomatoes and this classic juice makes for a beauty regimen in a glass.

The cayenne pepper increases blood circulation and also aids in digestion. With a dash of pink Himalayan sea salt in the mix, The Classic is a great taste for any meal replacement.

Ingredients

  • 2 large tomatoes
  • 1 stalk celery
  • 1 cucumber
  • 1 handful of fresh parsley
  • ½ teaspoon pink Himalayan sea salt
  • Pinch of cayenne pepper
  • Handful of ice

Preparation

  • Chop tomatoes into small sized pieces
  • Place tomatoes, celery, cucumber and parsley in juicer
  • Pour juice in shaker
  • Add sea salt, cayenne pepper and ice
  • Shake and strain in a glass

​(Serve immediately)

2. Tomato Watermelon Cooler


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What better way to cool off during the warm summer months than with a refreshing blast of watermelon and tomato juice? This thirst-quenching recipe is a nice addition to lunch in the park or backyard barbeques. Serve with ice or frozen watermelon chunks to give this cooler an extra kick.

Ingredients

  • ½ small watermelon
  • 2 medium tomatoes

Preparation

  • Chop watermelon into small pieces
  • Chop tomatoes into small pieces
  • Place fruit in juicer

​(Serve immediately)

3. Rabbit Juice


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Beta-Carotene shines bright in this antioxidant rich juice. Rabbit juice is a powerful recipe that you can whip up in minutes from on hand ingredients. The smooth flavor gives a nice introduction to the many varieties of tomato juice recipes.

Ingredients

  • 2 large carrots
  • 2 medium tomatoes
  • 1 cucumber

Preparation

  • Chop tomatoes into small pieces
  • Place ingredients in juicer

​(Serve immediately)

4. Big Red


With apples adding a natural sweetness to this juice recipe, Big Red is a great way to get in your recommended dose of vitamin c and an added benefit of vitamin a without thinking twice about the process.

Not only do the apples add sweetness to this juice but also they supply fiber and additional nutrients for a healthy immune system.

Ingredients

  • 3 red apples
  • 3 carrots
  • 2 medium tomatoes
  • Ice

Preparation

  • Chop tomatoes into small pieces
  • Chop apples into small pieces
  • Place ingredients in juicer
  • Add ice if desired

​(Serve immediately)

5. Juiced Green tomatoes


This variation of your typical green juice is refreshing and filling. The basil and garlic not only make this recipe a great dinner juice, but they offer nutritional benefits for a healthy heart.

Garlic is also known as a cancer fighter and works wonders to help with the natural detoxification process of the body. Rotate this green drink throughout your juice regimen for a new take on a common health beverage.

Ingredients

  • 3 cucumbers
  • 4 tomatoes
  • ½ bunch kale
  • ½ bunch basil
  • 1 garlic clove

Preparation

  • Peel garlic clove
  • Chop tomatoes into small pieces
  • Place ingredients in juicer
  • Add ice cubes is preferred

​(Serve immediately)

6. Liquid Sunset


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This recipe marries the creamy taste of tomatoes with the soothing taste of apples and the healing power of ginger to create a tomato juice recipe that is easy, nutritious and delicious.

The Liquid Sunset is a juice that can be prepared in a few minutes and is a great alternative to your traditional chicken soup when you’re feeling under the weather. It’s also soothing for those times when your stomach is upset or you just don’t feel like eating a dense meal.

Ingredients

  • 3 tomatoes
  • 3 apples
  • 1 inch piece of ginger

Preparation

  • Peel ginger
  • Chop tomatoes into small pieces
  • Chop apples into small pieces
  • Place ingredients in juicer

​(Serve immediately)

7. Veggie Apple Juice


The rich flavors found in the veggie apple juice are perfect for a midday meal that will satisfy your cravings and provide a massive amount of nutrients to your body. It delivers a nice burst of natural energy to help you push throughout your day.

Because the fruits and veggies create a juice that will leave you feeling “full”, this drink is perfect for losing weight or helping to maintain a healthy weight. You can substitute one cooked meal per day with this recipe.

Ingredients

  • 2 celery stalks
  • 2 large carrots
  • 2 green apples
  • 1 tomato
  • ½ bunch kale

Preparation

  • Chop tomatoes into small pieces
  • Chop apples into small pieces
  • Place ingredients in juicer

​(Serve immediately)

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Nicole Keyes-Taylor
 

Nicole is an author, public speaker, certified holistic life coach and yoga enthusiast. She thoroughly believes that clean eating, laughing often and connecting with nature are essential for thriving within this realm. She is the owner of The Return Natural Company and can also be found sharing knowledge on returnnatural.com.