I love making fresh juice, but the question that always comes up is what the heck do I do with the juice pulp? I have cooked the (vegetable) pulp into soups, added it into cookies and crackers, and (when lazy) simply composted the pulp, but I wanted to try and create something new!
As I had posted a few weeks ago, my cousin and I went on a juicing spree for her and her family during the week, and I ended up saving all of the pulp from the three juices we made. My Favorite Sweet Berry Juice had pulp that contained 100% fruit, so I decided to play around with that and create something sweet, hence this recipe.
This Leftover Juice Pulp Granola is sweetened with nothin but fruit, is refined-sugar free, raw, gluten-free, oil-free and low in fat! I was really surprised by the end result, and pleased with the taste of the granola. My favorite thing about this granola is that it is buttery (for lack of a better term). I really have no idea how or why that is, but I’m 100% okay with that 😉
The ingredients of this recipe are pretty simple, and all of the ingredients are good for you: Medjool dates, oats, mulberries, unsweetened coconut and juice pulp, that’s it! I made this in a dehydrator, but don’t worry, I gave the option of using an oven in the recipe below, too.
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