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9 Juice Pulp Recipes to Stop Wasting Perfectly Good Fruits and Veggies

Turmeric Juice Pulp Crackers with Roasted Beet and Sunchoke Dip

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Instead of store-bought crackers, try baking your own primarily made up of juice pulp. This recipe pairs creative turmeric juice pulp crackers with a creamy dip made with beets, sunchokes, and coconut milk.

Get the recipe: Turmeric Juice Pulp Crackers with Roasted Beet and Sunchoke Dip

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Cinnamon Raisin Juice Pulp Bread

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If a warm loaf of fresh cinnamon raisin bread sounds good to you, then adding carrot to the mix is going to knock your socks off. This vegan and gluten-free bread recipe is full of nutritious ingredients like flaxseed—a solid source of fiber and omega-3s—and sunflower seeds, which are high in vitamin E.

Get the recipe: Cinnamon Raisin Juice Pulp Bread

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Beet and Potato Gnocchi with Kale Pesto

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A little leftover pulp is all you need to give homemade gnocchi a bright beet flavor and color. Top that off with homemade pesto and you've got one yummy and surprisingly fancy-looking dish. (Crazy about pesto and looking for more ways to eat it? Take a look at these healthy pesto recipes that don't involve pasta.)

Get the recipe: Beet and Potato Gnocchi with Kale Pesto

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Leftover Juice Pulp Granola

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This granola recipe contains zero refined sugar thanks to the naturally sweet pulp made from fresh berry juice. (BTW, did you know you can make homemade granola in the microwave? Boom.)

Get the recipe: Leftover Juice Pulp Granola

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Pulp Muffins

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Adding juice pulp to muffin batter is a genius way to sneak in more nutrients and flavor. This recipe for juice pulp muffins has three variations, each sounding better than the last: pear, kiwi, spinach, lime, and dark chocolate; carrot, orange, apple, cinnamon, and pecan; and beetroot, carrot, and apple with a spiced crumb.

Get the recipe: Juice Pulp Muffins

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Italian Meat(less) Balls

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A grain-free recipe for vegetarian meatballs is surprisingly uncommon. But these genius veggie meatballs make use of the grainy texture of juice pulp; no quinoa, oats, or breadcrumbs necessary. (For a totally grain-free dinner, pile them on top of spaghetti squash.)

Get the recipe: Italian Meat(less) Balls

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Raw Carrot Cupcakes

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If you're down for carrot cake but hate the task of grating carrots, just use vegetable pulp. These raw carrot cupcakes take a lot less effort than baking a carrot cake and are topped with a healthier version of the traditional frosting.

Get the recipe: Raw Carrot Cupcakes

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Vegan "Tuna" Salad

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Chickpeas are a go-to base for making vegan tuna salad, but turns out that vegetable pulp is actually really close to the look and consistency of tuna. Use up your leftover juice pulp to make this tuna salad spread, and try it in salads, wraps, sandwiches, and anything else you can whip up.

Get the recipe: Vegan "Tuna" Salad

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Raw Beet and Vegetable Stuffed Nori Rolls

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Save the effort of cooking rice or "ricing" cauliflower, and make nori rolls with juice pulp instead. You can also get creative and experiment with adding juice pulp to summer rolls or sushi bowls.

Get the recipe: Raw Beet and Vegetable Stuffed Nori Rolls

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