Fat Sick and Nearly Dead Recipes

Fat Sick and Nearly Dead Recipes

If you are having a rough and busy day, the first thing that comes to your mind is a glass of chilled smoothie. What can be best than a refreshing drink to move all your tiredness? The combination of fruity and fizzing flavor can make your drinks more refreshing. Fat sick and nearly dead recipes are such delicious drinks that can be made at home easily.

You can get the taste of outdoor juice bars at your home following these recipes. A strong flavor of apple and lemon along with a sizzling ginger flavor gives an additional taste to your drink.

Besides, this regular green juice can be enriched by adding some other fruits. So, let’s move on to the recipes.

How to Make Mean Green Juice?

Whether you are having a spicy snack or you want a flavorful smoothie drink, the Green juice can give you a heavenly flavor. A perfect mixture of greenish color made from loads of fruit and veggie leaves combination enriches the flavor to a great extent. So, let’s check out the mean green juice ingredients and the preparation methods:


8 leaves of kale (chopped)

2 peeled and chopped green apples

1 peeled cucumber (chopped)

2-3 chopped celery stalks

1 tbsp of lemon

½ tsp of fresh ginger paste

1 cup of water

Crushed ice

Methods of Preparing Step by Step:

Step 1:

At first, take the apple and cucumber to peel them perfectly. Then make small dice to blend them easily. Chop off the celery stalks and kale leaves finely for later use.

Step 2:

Put the chopped green apple and cucumber in a food mixer and add water to it. Blend the fruits over high speed to get mixed with the water perfectly. Then add the chopped kale leaves to bring a strong flavor.

Step 3:

Blend all the ingredients until a greenish texture appears. After that, pour in the ginger paste and celery stalks to enhance the savory flavor and blend for a couple of minutes.

Step 4:

Then add in half of the lemon to give a sizzling flavor to your drink and mix all the ingredients for the final 5 minutes.

Finally, prepare a glass by chilling it with crushed ice and pour the prepared green juice into it. Then the refreshing mean green juice is ready to be enjoyed.

Reboot with Joe Mean Green Recipe

If you are a fruit lover and you crave more flavors rather than simple regular green juice, then this reboot recipe can be your favorite drink. An added mango and banana taste of this smoothie can make your drink more enhancing and mouth-watering at the same time. So, let’s start the Joe cross mean green recipe:


7 leaves of kale (chopped)

1 piece of peeled and chopped cucumber

4 chopped fresh celery stalks

2 fresh green apples (chopped and peeled)

½ tsp of ginger paste

2 peeled bananas

1 chopped fresh mango

Crushed ice

2 cups of water

Methods of Preparing Step by Step:

Step 1:

Start by taking the peeled bananas and mango in a food mixer. Make sure to cut all the fruits into small dice for even and easy mixing. Then add the peeled apples to the blender and mix them with water for a couple of minutes.

Step 2:

After that, add in the cucumber and kale leaves to enhance the sizzling flavor and mix until the smoothie turns yellowish-green. After that, add the chopped celery stalks and ginger paste to bring in the savory tang.

Step 3:

Blend all the ingredients for a couple of minutes until a smooth and juicy texture appears. Prepare your drink glass with crushed ice to get a chilled feeling and transfer the prepared smoothie to the glass.

Finally, the mouth-watering rebooted green monster juice is ready to go.


Food lovers of all ages have a huge craving for refreshing fruit drinks. But among this drink crowd, the green juice can give you a flavorful kick to your taste bud with the combination of fruits and veggies at the same time.

 Apart from this, mean green diet drinks can be made at home easily without any hassle and can be served in no time to give a delightful flavor in every sip.

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