How to Make Pear Juice

By Eric Mohrman

A glass of fresh pear juice is a smooth, creamy and refreshing beverage. It is thicker than other juices, allowing you to really savor the flavor and feel as satisfied as you would eating a serving of fruit. Pears juice easily with an electric juicer and support a variety of accompanying flavors from other fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices. That makes it easy to experiment and to combine the pears with peak-flavor, in-season ingredients. Select firm pears with bright skin that are free of bruises and other imperfections. While firmer pears aren't quite ripe, they juice better, because if your pears are too soft, you may end up with more of a pear puree.

Glass filled with Pear Juice
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Serve fresh pear juice at gatherings as an alternative to more common juices and punches.

Step 1

Wash the pears under cold, running water in the sink. Lightly scrub all the surface area with a produce brush to get off any dirt.

Step 2

Core the pears and remove any seeds stuck in the remaining flesh. Discard the core, seeds and stem. Chop the pears into small enough chunks to fit in your juicer model's tray and tubes.

Step 3

Chop and prepare any additional ingredients you want to use in your pear juice. Other fruits, such as apple, pineapple and mango, work well, as do some vegetables, like cucumber, celery, spinach, kale, carrots or broccoli. Add them to the juicer along with any herbs and spices, such as cinnamon, nutmeg, clove or ginger.

Step 4

Run the pear and other ingredients through your juicer according to your model's instructions. Scrape out any remaining pulp and run it through again, if necessary.

Step 5

Remove the juice compartment and serve the pear juice. Drink the juice fresh because you should not store unpasteurized juices.