5 Delicious and Nutritious Pear Juice Recipes

It’s hard to believe that pears are part of the rose family.

One thing is certain though; pears are sweet and delicious.

You can use them to make salads, grilled cheese, chicken and pork dishes, not to mention pancakes as well. The list of recipes and dishes that utilize pears as one of the main ingredients are too many to count.

The fastest, easiest, and most effective way of having this amazing fruit is by making pear juice. That is if you’re not eating it directly.

Why Are Pears Good For You?

Pears are rich in fiber. They contain about 20 percent of the daily recommended value. You definitely want to consider increasing your pear fruit intake if you want to lower the amount of fat and calories in your diet. More so, because they are also fat-free.

Drinking fresh pear juice will also provide you with 12 percent of the daily recommended vitamin c value. You’ll also get a substantial amount of vitamin K as well. When it comes to minerals, pears are a rich source of copper and potassium.

Other pear juice benefits will include:

  • Prevention of osteoporosis, thanks to the boron in the pears.
  • Protection from damage associated with chronic and aging diseases.
  • The iron in the fruit helps boost red blood cell production and increase circulation.
  • Regulation of the nervous system.
  • Outstanding digestive health.
  • Juice from ruby-red pears has compounds that will help strengthen your blood vessels.
  • Red pear juice is excellent for heart health.
  • Green pear juice promotes eye health.
  • Pear juice has anti-inflammatory benefits.
  • It lowers the risk of diabetes.
  • The juice has some anti-cancer effects.

How to juice pears:

  1. Wash the pears.
  2. Peel the skin (you can leave the skin on if you are using organic pears).
  3. Cut them into quarters and core them.
  4. Put them in a blender or juice them.
  5. If using a blender, blend until smooth.
  6. You can add water if you want, but pears have more than enough moisture.
  7. Strain the mixture.
  8. Serve and enjoy.

Pear Juice Recipes

If you are interested in other pear juice recipes, try out the following and see which ones match your preferences.

1. Pear Apple And Spinach Juice


Combining pears with apple and spinach gives you the perfect cleansing juice.

You will need:

  • 5 fresh mint sprigs
  • 3 large quartered pears (Packham pears)
  • 100g of baby spinach
  • 3 large apples (Granny Smith apples)
  • Mint sprigs to serve
  • Ice cubes to serve

To prepare the juice:

  1. Juice the mint, spinach, apples, and pears.
  2. Pour into a glass with some ice.
  3. Add mint and serve.

2. Spiced Pear And Peach Juice

You can take this juice during breakfast or as a dessert juice. The great thing about this recipe is that you can substitute some of its ingredients, in case you have trouble getting some of them.

You will need:

To prepare the juice:

  1. Wash all the fruits and vegetables.
  2. Chop the fruits and vegetables.
  3. Juice all the ingredients.
  4. Serve and enjoy.

You can substitute:

  • The ginger root with – ginger powder
  • The peach with – plums, apples, pears, and nectarines
  • Green apples with – other types of apples, celery root
  • The yellow carrots with – pumpkin, sweet potato, orange carrots

3. Pear Kale And Ginger Green Juice

This juice will help you maintain your healthy regimen. The green juice is nutrient-packed and helps with gastric discomfort as well. It contains a lot of anti-oxidants, and the kale in the recipe helps lower the body’s cholesterol levels.

You will need:

  • 1-inch of ginger
  • 1 bosc pear (do not peel)
  • 2 leaves of green leaf lettuce
  • 1-inch slice of green cabbage
  • 3 leaves of lacinto kale

To prepare the juice:

  1. Wash all the ingredients.
  2. Core the pear.
  3. Slice all the produce into juicer-friendly sizes.
  4. Juice the ingredients.
  5. Pour into a glass and serve.

The juice can also be prepared using a blender. Just make sure you remove the chunks by using a fine-mesh strainer.

4. Pear Kiwi And Melon Juice

pear kiwi juice
This recipe does not contain any added sugar. However, you can use powdered sugar to taste, based on your preferences. The juice is great for people who want a good source of fiber, electrolytes, and beautiful skin.

You will need:

  • 6 kiwi
  • 2 pears
  • Honeydew melon
  • 2 tbsp. lemon juice
  • 6 ice cubes

To prepare the juice:

  1. Thoroughly wash the produce.
  2. Peel the kiwi, pears, and honeydew melon.
  3. Core the pears and remove the honeydew melon seeds.
  4. Chop the kiwi, pears, and honeydew melon.
  5. Put all the ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth.
  6. Taste and add powdered sugar if you want.
  7. Blend again, then serve.

5. Anti-Inflammatory Pear And Ginger Juice

Consuming a glass of this juice regularly will do wonders for your immune system.

You will need:

  • 1 pear
  • 2 sprigs of rosemary
  • 2 celery roots
  • 6 leaves of romaine
  • 1 inch of ginger

To prepare the juice:

  1. Wash the produce.
  2. Peel, core, and slice the pear.
  3. Leave the rosemary stem on and juice it while wrapped around celery root.
  4. Juice the remaining ingredients.
  5. Pour into a glass and enjoy.

You can substitute:

  • The rosemary with – Sage or basil
  • The romaine with – lettuce, kale or spinach
  • Ginger with – turmeric, lemon or lime
  • The celery root with – jicama, celery or fennel

What Challenges Will You Face When Making Pear Juice?

If you are using soft pears, you should make it a practice to juice them last. They might end up clogging your juicer. You can also try and alternate between juicing your pear segments and other hard fruits or vegetables.


The pear’s core and seeds shouldn’t get into the juice you’re making. Reason being, they will affect the taste of the juice. So, make sure you properly follow the pear juice recipe provided at the beginning of the article to avoid such inconveniences.