Minimize waste and maximize taste by exploring the world of zero waste snacking through the creative use of slow juicer leftovers. Turn the bits and pieces left after juicing into a range of tasty and eco-friendly snacks. These treats not only satisfy your munchies but also play a part in a more sustainable way of living.

fruit pulp muffin


Fruit Pulp Muffins

Repurpose the colorful fruit pulp by incorporating it into recipes for whole-grain muffins. While the nutritional content might be different from the fresh produce, the natural flavors and textures can still add a unique twist to your baked treats.


  1. Mix fruit pulp, flour, sweetener, milk, egg, oil, baking powder, and a pinch of salt in a bowl.
  2. Fill muffin cups with the batter.
  3. Bake as directed in your recipe.
  4. Let muffins cool before eating.

 vege cracker

Vegetable Pulp Crackers

Give new life to the vegetable pulp by crafting your own crackers. Infuse the pulp with herbs and spices of your choice, then bake or dehydrate for a satisfying crunch. These homemade crackers are an Earth-friendly alternative to store-bought snacks.


  1. Combine vegetable pulp, flour, oil, salt, and herbs in a bowl.
  2. Add water to make a dough.
  3. Roll out the dough and cut into cracker shapes.
  4. Bake until crispy as per your recipe.
  5. Allow crackers to cool before enjoying.

energy ball


Energy Balls with Nut Pulp

Utilize leftover nut pulp to make energy balls. Combine the pulp with complementary ingredients like dates, seeds, and a touch of sweetness for a convenient and energy-boosting snack.


  1. Blend nut pulp, dates, seeds, honey, vanilla, and a pinch of salt in a food processor.
  2. Roll the mixture into small balls.
  3. Optionally, coat balls with cocoa powder, coconut, or dried fruits.
  4. Chill in the fridge before eating.


pulp veggie burger

Pulp Veggie Burgers

Embrace sustainability by incorporating vegetable pulp into homemade veggie burger recipes. While the nutritional composition might differ, the pulp can still contribute to the texture and overall taste of the burgers.


  1. Blend vegetable pulp and black beans in a food processor.
  2. Transfer to a bowl and add breadcrumbs, egg, spices, salt, and pepper.
  3. Mix and shape into burger patties.
  4. Cook on a skillet or grill until done.
  5. Serve burgers with your preferred toppings.

Although the nutritional profile of juicer leftovers may not match that of fresh ingredients, the goal here is to make the most of what would otherwise be discarded. By adopting this approach, you're not only making mindful choices for your own snacking habits but also taking a step towards a more environmentally conscious lifestyle.

As you fire up your slow juicer, remember that these remnants hold the potential to be transformed into innovative and enjoyable snacks. Let's toast to reducing waste, savoring creativity, and making every bite count.

Enjoy every bite, every sip, and every moment of culinary creativity with Kuvings!

Tony Chong