Juicer Giveaway

To celebrate reaching over 3000 fans on facebook, and the launch of our new website, we want to present to you a giveaway! What we have here is a Hamilton Beach Big Mouth Juice Extractor. We’d like to thank Hamilton Beach for sponsoring this giveaway and generously providing this prize.

You’ll want to enter this giveaway because this juicer is awesome! I find that I never get the suggested amount of fruits and vegetables in my diet. Well, working at The Red Barn I get plenty of fruits, but vegetables and I have never been that great of friends. I mean who wants to munch on broccoli, spinach, and brussels sprouts when you can have an apples, berries, and cherries instead? Well with this juicer you can do both!
This machine gobbles up fruits and vegetables whole. Most of our apples are larger, so they need to be cut in half first, but when using most vegetables, you just feed it through the chute, with no precutting required. You’ll need to peel your citrus fruit, and take pits out of cherries and peaches, but other than that, you just wash your produce and toss it right in. You’ll be amazed at how FAST and SIMPLE it is to get fresh juice, and because our fruit is so sweet and flavorful, you can add handfuls of vegetables and not even taste them! I went from eating spinach and carrots once a week to once a day with the help of the Hamilton Beach Juice Extractor! And the best part? The kids love it too! If your house is anything like mine, it’s always a battle at mealtime to even get your kids to put the vegetable on their plate, let alone eat it! We’ve found that celery, carrots, spinach, and cucumbers all have a mild flavor that pairs well with apples, pears, and oranges. With juicing you are losing out on the fiber, but all the other essential nutrients are still there, and are actually absorbed into your body faster than eating the food raw.

The Hamilton Beach Juice Extractor is easy to assemble, and has an extra-large pulp collecting bin, so you can juice nonstop for the entire family. You’ll want to remember to put the cup under the juicing spout, because nobody likes to drink the juice straight from the counter top (ya, that accident may have happened more than once around here!). I also suggest putting a towel or napkin under the machine to catch any drips of juice that may fall out after moving the juicing cup. Because it’s dishwasher safe it’s a breeze to clean up as well (although I still suggest washing it by hand immediately after juicing to prevent the pulp from drying onto the machine). The pulp left over from juicing can be tossed, fed to animals, added to the compost heap, or be used in many recipes. Because produce loses vitamins shortly after juicing due to exposure to light and oxygen, you’ll want to consume your juice within 24 hours, or freeze for later use. We’ve been juicing strawberries and putting it in ice cube trays to freeze. It makes a wonderful treat when added to lemonade on hot summer days!

We’d love you to share the recipes you’ve come up with on our new “share your recipes” feature on our newly remodeled website. Here’s one I created using produce from The Red Barn and my Hamilton Beach Juice Extractor. I call it The Cooler Cooler!
The Cooler Cooler
1 cup cherries
1 cup strawberries
2 apples
2 oranges
Wash all fruit. Peel the oranges, pit the cherries, and cut apples in half. Toss into juicer (or blender) until smooth. Pour over ice and serve garnished with an orange slice or strawberry if desired. Simple, nutritious, and refreshing!
With juicers, the recipe possibilities are endless. Use your imagination and you’ll be right on your way to a healthier you! So, are you ready to try juicing yourself? Enter this giveaway for your chance to win!
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Good luck, and thanks for stopping by!


  1. My husband and I have been trying to start a family for a long time now, and we are trying to get our nutirition in order to help that out. We are thin and fit people, but our nutrition could be a lot better. A juicer would help that a lot!
    Thanks for the give-away!

  2. I didn’t know you loose the fiber when you juice veggies and fruits but it’s nice to know that you absorb the nutrients faster from drinking the juice. I can’t wait to try out juice ice cubes! That would be so delicious in punches! It makes me want to have a cookout

  3. summer is coming up so I’m so excited to make fruit ice pops!!! this would make it all the more easier… and healthier because i wont have to use processed juices.

  4. I think I would try some smoothies with both fruit and veggies. Most of the ones I make in the blender now, only taste good with fruit, but would love to have a real juicer!!! I think apples and celery would be fun to try, as well as carrot, apple and lemon.

  5. My favorite is the “Green Drink” which has romaine, spinach, parsley, kale, carrots, apple, and a small red/orange bell pepper. Even my dog whines for some!

  6. We recently started juicing again and I can’t figure out why I ever stopped! Even my dog LOVES the “Green drink” which is romaine, spinach, parsley, kale, carrots, apple, and a small red bell pepper. Yummy!

  7. The first thing I would make with the juicer would be a drink consisting of fresh squeezed apples and some Shaklee protein powder. Gosh, that sounds so good right about now. yummy!
    Thank you SO MUCH for this opportunity. I LOVE Hamilton Beach products. All my Hamilton Beach products are very reliable, I’ve had ’em for quite some time. Back when I got married! =)

  8. I’d make on of the “Green Juices” I’ve been hearing about. They seem to start with something like Kale, but include yummy fruits, too.
    bethelderton59 at gmail dot com

  9. I would experiment with all kinds of different veggie/fruit mixes. I never buy juice for my kids because of all the sugar so they would LOVE this!

  10. My husband and I recently watched on Netflix the documentary “Fat Sick and Nearly Dead” which talked about all the health benefits of a juicer so we’ve been so excited to try it so winning this juicer would be AMAZING!!! I’m want to try pear and black berries first.

    P.S. We LOVE the Red Barn. We always stop on our trips down south, but once in awhile my husband just asks me to take him there for some fruit! Thank you for your great fruits as well as friendly staff!

    -Mary Wright

  11. I have wanted a juicer for some time now 🙂 As a family of 6 extra money can be hard to come by… this would be awesome and what’s even greater is being so close to the Red Barn to get all my juice-able fruits! 🙂

  12. If only I lived closer to the barn and had access to that fresh produce! I want to make green smoothies with my juicer. I LOVE spinach!!!

  13. Hi,
    I just got a green smoothie recipe book. I also have a recipe book on how make different juice from the pure fruit. I’m excited to see if I win. I was just about to purchase one, but I stumbled across this. Perfect!

  14. I would love this Juicer to help me start a good nice detox. That way I get the fresh fruit and veggies instead of frozen or store bought. *** Fingers crossed ***

  15. I’m excited about the idea of putting the healthiest ingredients in my body and excluding all the preservatives and garbage you usually find in juice. I love the idea of freezing it in the ice cube trays to save for later. We love Red Barn and love every time we visit.

  16. Making fresh juice sounds so refreshing! I like the idea of putting veges in the juice, so I would probably start there with spinach, carrots, etc.!! We all love the Red Barn!

  17. I love the idea of freezing the juice and using it in smoothies or lemonade! The first one I would try would be strawberry banana with spinach or carrots too! Yum!

  18. I moved to Utah from the Northeast two years. Visits to the Red Barn on a crisp, fall day remind me of home. Thank you Red Barn! With peach season coming up–perhaps some strawberry peach juice frozen then blended for frosty summer treat, or, some fresh pineapple banana juice blended with frozen coconut milk for a healthy take on a pina colada!! Cheers!

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