11 Creative Ways to Use Leftover Juice Pulp

If you’re looking for creative ways to recycle your leftover juice pulp, read on.
Composting is an obvious option, but our juice business clients often ask us if there are any other options for using juice pulp. Luckily, we’ve discovered many unique recipes and methods over the years.
Below, you will find 11 recipes that will help you use up all of that extra juicer pulp. These were created with the help of our amazing Goodnature chef, Ari.
11 Juice Pulp Recipes
Click any of these recipes to jump to a detailed explanation and step-by-step instructions:

Soup Broth
Vegan Basil Pesto
Raw Pulp Crackers
Carrot Cake Cupcakes and Other Baked Goods
Fruit Leather
Clothing Dye
Cream Cheese Spread
Dog Treats

1. Soup Broth 
If you’ve never made your own broth, here’s your chance! We love making our own year-round, and our juice pulp plays a big role!
You can use either fresh or frozen pulp for this recipe, just make sure it has thawed before cooking. We love making our own veggie broth – the pulp adds a great flavor and some extra health benefits.
This homemade broth can be used as a base for any of your favorite soups and stews, or you can enjoy it on its own! All you need is vegetable pulp, water, salt, pepper, and your favorite spices.

Vegetable Broth recipe: 

Pour 9-10 cups of water into a large pot and begin to boil 
Once boiling, add in as much vegetable pulp as you have 
Add your salt, pepper, and other spices to taste 
Once all ingredients are added, reduce to a simmer and cook for 45 mins to 1 hour 
Let cool slightly 
Strain remaining pulp, or leave in your broth – your choice! 
Store in fridge for up to 5 days and in freezer for up to 3 months

2. Vegan Basil Pesto Recipe 

This wonderful recipe was created in the Goodnature Innovation Kitchen by our chef and consultant, Ari. Here we use the leftover pulp from cold-pressed almond milk to create a vegan basil pesto.
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3. Raw Pulp Crackers 
We understand that juice pulp crackers might not sound too appetizing at first, but these vegan and gluten-free crackers are bound to be a hit at your

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