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Pineapple Cucumber Juice

This delicious Pineapple Cucumber Juice is packed full of nutrients and a great way to hydrate and get your vitamin c in!

pineapple cucumber juice in a glass

You will love this pineapple cucumber juice!

This fresh juice has just the right amount of zing in it thanks to the lemon and ginger and is naturally sweet and hydrating!

Juicing has become a must have in my weekly routine, and I try to make fresh juice at least 3 to 4 times a week, if not more when I have the time.

I never replace meals with juice or do juice fasts, but instead I add it into my everyday life as a simple way to get an extra boost of nutrients and vegetables. Juicing helps me get more produce into my diet than I normally would otherwise.

Cucumbers are my go to for many of my juicing recipes. They are so hydrating, lightly sweet, and pair well with pretty much any fruit or vegetable. They also yield a lot of juice and make a perfect base for many of my juicing recipes!

pineapple cucumber juice in a glass

The full recipe and amounts is in the recipe card at the bottom of this post, but here’s what you’ll need to make this juice!

Pineapple Cucumber Juice Ingredients

  • lemon
  • cucumber
  • pineapple
  • ginger
two cucumbers, lemon, pineapple chunks, and ginger

How to make Cucumber and Pineapple Juice

Step 1: Wash and prepare your fruits and vegetables. I prefer peeling my cucumber, but you can also leave it whole and wash it first. Lemon peel is very strong, so I recommend peeling your lemon before juicing.

Can I use canned pineapple?

You can, but you will get the most nutrients if you use fresh cut pineapple for this recipe.

Step 2: Run all of your ingredients through a juicer. Serve immediately, or store for later.

pouring pineapple cucumber juice into a glass

This juice would be so refreshing to sip on. Cucumbers are so hydrating and pineapple offers the perfect amount of sweetness to pair with the zing of the fresh lemon and ginger.

pineapple cucumber juice in a glass

This recipe will yield around two 8 oz glasses of juice, but you can easily double it if you want to store the extra juice to drink the next day!

When I don’t have time to make juice every day, I will pick a day to juice a batch to drink fresh, then immediately juice another recipe which I will store in the refrigerator for the following day. This means less cleanup and two days worth of juice at once!

hand holding a glass of pineapple cucumber juice

Pineapple Cucumber Juice FAQs

Do I have to peel cucumber before juicing?

Although it is not necessary to peel your cucumber before juicing, you might prefer to. I have found that peeling the cucumber yields a more smooth and less bitter juice. If you leave the peel on, make sure you wash the cucumber first.

How much juice does this make?

This recipe yields around 16 oz of juice.

What do I do with leftover juicing pulp?

I usually just throw the pulp away, but here are some ideas for using leftover juice pulp if you want to repurpose it! You can also compost it.

pineapple cucumber juice in a glass

How to store

It is best to drink this juice while fresh if you can, but leftovers can be stored in a glass or jar with an airtight lid for 24 hours in the refrigerator. When you are ready to drink the pineapple cucumber juice, shake the jar well before opening as the juice will separate naturally.

pineapple cucumber juice in a glass with a lid for storage
hand holding a glass of pineapple cucumber juice
hand holding a glass of pineapple cucumber juice

Pineapple Cucumber Juice

Joy Shull
This delicious Cucumber and Pineapple Juice is packed full of nutrients like vitamin C and so hydrating!
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Course Juicing
Cuisine American
Servings 16 oz
Calories 184 kcal


  • 2 cucumbers peeled and cut into long strips
  • 2 cups fresh pineapple chunks
  • 1 ” piece of fresh ginger peeled
  • 1 small lemon peeled and cut into quarters


  • Prepare your ingredients by peeling and cutting into sizes that will fit in the juicing chute
  • Run all ingredients through a juicer
  • Serve immediately or store in an airtight glass jar in the refrigerator for up to 24 hours


Serving: 8ozCalories: 184kcalCarbohydrates: 47gProtein: 2gSodium: 7mgFiber: 3gSugar: 39g
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