If you’re looking to make fresh vegetable juice using celery, here are my favorite Celery Juice Recipes. Learn how to make nutrient-dense juice in a juicer or a blender with these easy recipes.

glass of fresh celery juice on table.

The celery juice craze has been going on a for a few years now. It’s been purported to help with everything from weight loss, high blood pressure, and acid reflux.

While there isn’t any solid scientific evidence on the use of pure celery juice, it is definitely a great way to increase your intake of certain micronutrients such as vitamin K and sodium. Fresh juices in general made using vegetables can supplement a balanced diet.

So, if you’re looking to switch up your regular celery juice, try one of these healthy juices using celery! Or, try making my Celery Cucumber Smoothie recipe.

Best Juice Recipes Using Celery

jar of fresh celery juice on a table with celery stalks.

Celery Juice Recipe (Juicer or Blender)

Here’s an easy Celery Lime Juice recipe that is nourishing, fresh, and delicious, with directions for making it in a juicer or a blender. Celery juice is a nourishing beverage that you can drink in the morning, or at any time of day.

a glass of celery apple juice.

Celery Apple Juice Recipe (Juicer or Blender)

Celery Apple Juice is a great way to get the benefits of celery juice, but with better flavor. This simple recipe has just 3 ingredients and can be made in a juicer or a blender. Try this green juice recipe today!

Two glasses of fresh made carrot celery juice.

Carrot Celery Juice

This healthy Carrot Celery Juice with ginger and apple is perfect for hydrating. This recipe is also great when you want to use up extra produce. Make this fresh vegetable juice recipe in a juicer or a blender!

Two glasses of cucumber celery juice with cucumber wheels and straws.

Celery Cucumber Green Juice Recipe

This Celery Cucumber Green Juice Recipe is full of vitamins and micronutrients, and is perfect for those times when need a hydrating and refreshing drink. 

green juice on table with vegetables

Green Vegetable Detox Juice Recipe

This Green Vegetable Detox Juice recipe is made with veggies including celery, cucumber, parsley, and leafy greens that are full of antioxidants. This hydrating juice is a great way to start the day!

Two tall glasses of lemon ginger green juice, each with two straws.

Green Juice Recipe with Lemon & Ginger

Learn how to make this delicious Green Juice Recipe with fresh ingredients including lemon, ginger, cucumber, and celery. It has a mild and slightly sweet flavor that is so refreshing. Everyone loves this tasty green juice that you can make in a juicer or a blender.

a glass of anti-bloat juice.

Anti-Bloat Green Juice Recipe (Blender or Juicer)

This green Anti-Bloat Juice uses ingredients known to help reduce symptoms of bloating and water retention. Try this delicious and nutritious green drink using a blender or a juicer.

anti inflammatory green juice recipe on table.

Anti-Inflammatory Juice Recipe with Ginger

This Anti-Inflammatory Juice Recipe is tasty and refreshing. It’s made with inflammation-fighting ingredients like turmeric, ginger, and pineapple. Serve this green juice with breakfast or between meals.

A tall glass of fresh spinach juice.

Spinach Juice Recipe (Juicer or Blender)

Spinach Juice is a mild-tasting green juice that can be made using a juicer or a blender. It is hydrating and filled with micronutrients. This Spinach Juice recipe will give you a quick and simple way to add lots of nutrients to your diet. 

Tips on Juicing Celery

  • Choose fresh, crisp celery stalks for your juice. Ensure they are bright in color and snap easily when bent. Washing them thoroughly will remove any dirt and pesticides, and peeling the strings can help avoid a fibrous texture in your juice. I recommend using organic celery to avoid pesticides.
  • Combine celery with other fruits and vegetables to improve the flavor. Adding ingredients like green apples, cucumber, lemon, or ginger not only diversifies the taste but also adds a refreshing twist.
  • Balance the bitterness of celery with some citrus. A squeeze of lemon or lime can make a significant difference by adding a vibrant zest that counteracts the slight saltiness of celery. It also enhances the overall flavor profile of your juice.
  • For those who prefer a smoother texture, strain your juice after blending to remove any remaining fibers. This is especially helpful if you’re using a blender instead of a juicer. Simply use a fine mesh strainer or cheesecloth to strain the juice into a clean container.
  • Store your celery juice properly to maintain freshness. Drink it immediately after juicing for the best taste and nutrient content. If you need to store it, keep the juice in a tightly sealed container in the refrigerator and consume it within 24 hours to enjoy its benefits.


How can I make my celery juice less bitter?

To reduce the bitterness in celery juice, you can add sweeter fruits or vegetables to the mix. Apples (I like using a green apple), pears, and carrots are great choices as they naturally sweeten the juice. Additionally, incorporating a small piece of peeled ginger or a bit of lemon juice can help mask the bitter undertones by adding a fresh, zesty flavor.

Can I make celery juice without a juicer?

Yes, you can make fresh celery juice without a juicer by using a blender. Simply chop the celery and any other types of produce you want to use into small pieces and blend it with a little bit of water to help the blades move smoothly. Once blended, strain the mixture through a fine mesh sieve or a nut milk bag to separate the juice from the pulp. This method is a great alternative if you don’t have a juicer.

Does the type of celery affect the taste of the juice?

Yes, the type of celery can affect the taste of the juice. Celery hearts, which are the inner stalks of the fresh celery bunch, tend to be milder and less bitter than the outer stalks. They are also slightly more tender.

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Note: this post is for informational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. Please consult your healthcare provider for recommendations related to your individual situation.