Professional juicing equipment makes extracting juice from fruits and vegetables easy. However, you can also use the juice and pulp in a variety of tasty recipes. Discover five surprising things juicers can make besides juice.

1. Ice Cream and Sorbet

Use your professional juicer to make ice cream or sorbet. While ice cream contains cream or milk as the main ingredients, sorbet is dairy-free and stars fruit juice or puree.

Juicernet’s SL98 Ceado Juicer operates efficiently to increase citrus juice yield. Create flavorful citrus ice cream, gelato, or sorbet from fresh juice.

2. Nut Butter

Another surprising thing that juicers can make is all-natural nut butter. Peanut butter, cashew butter, almond butter, and hazelnut butter are popular options. Use nut butter in pre-workout treats, smoothies, or savory dishes.

Put the nuts with a little bit of oil in your juicer according to your favorite recipe. Add ingredients such as cinnamon, salt, honey, vanilla, or cocoa powder to adjust the taste.

3. Soup

The Ceado Fruit and Vegetable Juicer ES500 automatically separates the pulp from the fresh juice of fruits and veggies. Carrots, celery, and leafy greens are some of the most common vegetables that people juice. You can take the pulp from these vegetables to make flavorful, fiber-rich vegetable broth.

You can also juice tomatoes to create a versatile base for many recipes. Use tomato juice in tomato soup, vegetable soup, stews, sauces, and dressing.

4. Veggie Burgers

Veggie burgers are another tasty dish you can make with leftover vegetable pulp. The Ceado ES700 Commercial Juicer juices up to half a gallon of juice in just a minute to meet your kitchen’s throughput needs. The pulp from juiced carrots, celery, kale, and beets are just a few vegetables you can use to make savory and filling plant-based burgers.

Follow your preferred veggie burger recipe or craft your own. Sautee the vegetable pulp with other ingredients, such as black beans, nuts, or mushrooms, and add flavor with herbs and spices.

5. Chewy Fruit Leather

We’ll end this list on a sweet note. While vegetable pulp makes excellent soup and veggie burgers, you can transform fruit pulp into chew fruit leather. It’s a fun, sweet, and tangy snack, and your version can taste better than the store-bought variety.

Simmer the pulp in a large saucepan according to your recipe. Season as you like. You can also consider adding one to two teaspoons of honey or agave syrup for every cup of fruit pulp. Lemon juice brightens the taste, and spices like cinnamon and nutmeg add warmth. Put the mixture in an oven or a dehydrator to create the fruit leather.

Juice whole fruits and vegetables with Juicernet’s commercial juicers for sale. Efficient equipment reduces prep work and gives you more time to create drinks and foods that your customers will love. Shop with us today for essential juicing appliances.