Cinnamon Licorice Veggie Juice

I am not a fan of licorice. I have, however, fallen head-over-heels for a little vegetable called fennel which is strangely reminiscent of it in flavor (imagine licorice as a crunchy veggie if you can ;)). Along with juicing it and thinly slicing it into salads I absolutely love my Sweet-and-Salty Fennel Fries and frequently return to Lauren’s Iced Carrot No-Cappuccino. Today I’d like to bring to you that cappuccino’s cacao-free cousin:


2 lbs carrots
2 heads romaine
1-2 bulbs fennel
liquid stevia (I use 4-5 droppers, it ends up pretty sweet)
a hearty dose of cinnamon

Juice the fennel, romaine, and carrots and pour into a blender. Add stevia and cinnamon to your liking and blend. You can also just stir in the cinnamon and stevia but I like mine frothy.



Filed under beverages, Juice, Recipes

9 responses to “Cinnamon Licorice Veggie Juice

  1. misa

    Thanks for the recipe,

    I would like to know your opinion on fruit consuption. I have read many controversary about it one say it is healthy like 80/10/10 diet other say that fructose is treated by liver as toxin so even in fruit should be limited and not to eat lots of fruit. Thanks

    • Rande McDaniel

      My personal experience with fruit has been that it is very clean and I did best avoiding it for a period of time until MY body was cleaner. I’m on the fence about the sugar/fructose issue or whether or not it feeds yeast but I do know that I have a seriously kick-ass colonic the day after I eat some fruit as it seems to loosen up a lot of old stuff. I eat it carefully and in limited quantities though I’d imagine I’ll be able to do more as time goes on.

      • misa

        How much stevia do you use? I am addicted to it:-) I do have nunatural one and use it in 2 weeks. I am use it everywhere in green juice, salad, dressing, pudings just everywhere. I do not know if it is safe, but do not have any health problem from it.

      • Rande McDaniel

        Stevia is such a life-saver! I use the alcohol-free liquid stevia from NuNaturals and use it on absolutely everything as well! I’ve used it for years and in everything that you mentioned above with no adverse affects.

  2. I had a tendency to eschew fennel in my juice until I realized it wasn’t as potent as I imagined – now I love it! I will have to try this combination. Ever since Kris Carr’s ebook came out (which I don’t have as I’m not sure it’s worth it just for the recipes!) I decided I’d pay more attention across the web to new combinations (at least for me) so I could play around a bit more 🙂

    • Rande McDaniel

      I agree, Kris’s book is really expensive, it’s beautifully put together but probably better for a beginning juicer. Honestly, I’ve NEVER followed a recipe book for juicing, I’ve just experimented alot. Doing it every day requires some creativity to stay interested I think 🙂 Definitely try the fennel, it really is quite mild!

  3. May I ask… what kind of juicer do you use? 🙂

  4. leaannsavage

    May I ask… what kind of juicer do you use?

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