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Conservation in the Kitchen – How to Use Leftover Juice Pulp

April 28, 2016
By: So Delicious

Nothing quenches like a glass of fresh, clean juice. What better way to get those nutrients right into your body so you can power through your day? Once you start juicing, it’s easy get hooked on all those good feels.

Ugh. But, what about all of that leftover pulp? Instead of taking our burst of energy with a side of guilt over the waste in the bin, we got a little creative and put that extra food to good use. We’re sharing a couple of our favorite ideas, developed after a smooth and yummy juice blend made creamy with the addition of our Unsweetened Almondmilk beverage. Get the recipe here: Creamy Carrot and Kale Juice


But, there’s so much good stuff left! Since we’re always thinking about our furry family members, the first invention came about with the puppers’ in mind. These little biscuits are full of veggie flavor that your dog will absolutely love! See our recipe below.


Juice Pulp Doggie Biscuits:


  • 3 C. Juice pulp from apples, celery, cucumber, kale, and carrots
  • 1 C. Rolled Oats
  • 2 Small Red Apples, blended
  • ¼ C. Coconut oil (softened)
  • 1/3 C. Natural peanut butter
  • ½ C. Unsweetened So Delicious Dairy Free Yogurt Alternative
  • ¼ C. Ground flax seed


  1. Mix all of the ingredients together and place dollops (about 1 Tbsp. each) onto lined baking sheets.
  2. Press down to flatten if desired. Bake 325 degrees Fahrenheit for 30 minutes or until nice and brown.


We know you tasted those doggie biscuits when they came out of the oven. Not too bad, right? We thought the same. Then we got even more creative with a crispy, savory recipe that’s actually for people and easy to make in the microwave. See our recipe below.


Savory Juice Pulp Croutons:


In a large mixing bowl, add the following to leftover Juice Pulp:

  • 1/4 C. Neutral Oil
  • 1/2 tsp. Black Pepper
  • 1/2 tsp. Salt
  • 1 tsp. Garlic Powder
  • 1/2 tsp. Italian Seasoning (optional)


  1. Mix with a fork until well combined, then firmly press the mixture into a silicone, mini ice cube tray (well oiled).
  2. Microwave on full power for 8-10 minutes. Start checking at 5 minutes as time may vary depending on the moisture of your pulp and the powder of your microwave.
  3. Allow to cool for 2-3 minutes, then invert over a plate or bowl to release the croutons. Sprinkle on salad or enjoy with your favorite soup for a gluten-free and waste-free crouton!


The next time you power up your juicer, try some ideas of your own and let us know what you come up with! Here are a few to get you started:

  • Veggie burgers
  • Pancakes
  • Muffins
  • Frozen smoothie cubes
  • Crackers
  • Slaw

Have more thoughts on conservation in the kitchen and beyond? Good news, we’re now funding brilliant ideas! What’s your idea to make a difference in the world? Just by sharing it on Twitter in 140 characters or less, you could receive a micro-grant ranging from $140-$10,000! Details here:


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  1. I abhor waste and try to save my juice pulp to use. I also save my almond milk pulp for cookies, muffins etc. I’ve been cooking for decades but only recently have tried to cook vegan since I have a vegan daughter (who is very influential!!). Recently I used carrot and beet pulp added to drained canned beans and a bunch of seasonings to make “beanballs” (or meatless meatballs.) I’m still experimenting… the beanballs didn’t stick together very well (I tried adding oatmeal but haven’t eaten those yet). But they tasted amazing on top of spaghetti with fresh tomatoes and red peppers. I might go full-on vegan if I can eat deliciousness like this!!

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