When I was in college, my dad and I got into juicing before it became really popular. I remember picking out which juices we were going to make together and then falling in love with the standard carrot juice. But then I tried Arden’s Garden Yoga 1. Guys, this juice is seriously the best green juice I’ve ever tasted.
Arden’s Garden Yoga 1
This is organic energy waiting to be digested. Arden’s Garden is native to Atlanta and I’m so happy about that. They have a couple of juice bars where you can go and pick up one of their delicious juices, shots or smoothies.
The amount of money that I’ve spent on these juices is insane–but worth every penny spent on them. But in true DIY fashion, I figured that I could make my own at a fraction of the cost. I don’t know how true the fraction of the cost is but I do know that my version is sooooo good.
Copycat Arden’s Garden Yoga 1
My version of the Arden’s Garden Yoga 1 juice.
- 2 handfuls spinach
- 3 whole apples cut and seeded
- 1/4 in fresh ginger or more if you like!
- 1/4 pineapple skinned
Juice and enjoy!
This is the first of many juices that I’ve come to love!!! We currently use the Breville Juice Fountain Juicer and love it.