Juice Pulp Carrot Cake Balls

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If you juice regularly, you’ve probably wondered what to do with leftover fruit and vegetable pulp. I feel incredibly guilty for throwing away the leftover pulp ;(


 So first rule: never throw the pulp away! Composting is a great way to utilize it, but all that fruit and veggie goodness is an easy way to add fiber and moisture in dishes.

Here is an example of super way to use leftover pulp in your kitchen:

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Carrot Cake Balls

*Please note, the moisture content of your juice pulp can vary depending on your juicer, so you may need to squeeze out excess juice for the best results.


  •  2 C juicing pulp (we juiced, carrots, apple and ginger)
  • 1 C medjool dates
  • 1/3 C dried coconut
  • 1 t cinnamon
  • 1/3 C raisins or dried fruit of choice
  • hemp seeds, cocoa nibs or shredded coconut for garnish
  • Throw everything except the last  ingredients into a food processor  and process until well combined
  • Roll mixture into bite-sized balls and roll in hemp seeds, cocoa nibs or coconut
  • Store in the freezer

2 responses to “Juice Pulp Carrot Cake Balls”

  1. Hi, WOW what can I say…the recipes are fantastic! My husband & are just getting started with this new life style change…we love our goodies but also love veggies & are totally fed up with hearing eat this oh wait don’t eat that or well now it’s okay to eat that????? When will it stop!!! So I have been doing some research into the vegan/raw vegan…recipes & I am loving what I am seeing & reading however finding some of the ingredients are interesting to say the least but I think a store here called Wegman’s may have most of what the recipes call for. Now you have my email address I am sure you will load me with recipes…thanks so much for all the work you have already done they look so yummy can’t wait to try them all…kathy

    • Thank you Kathy for the kind words. We wish you all the best on your health and wellbeing journy and remember that Nikki and myself are here to help and offer any support you need.

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