Extended Apple Juice By Making Peach Apple Juice

Juice can get pricey. Our juice was running low, and instead of buying more, I simply added 2 free ingredients and our juice bottle was suddenly full again! One of these is all that yummy but syrupy sweet juice left in the bottom of a can of peaches. It's a shame to just throw it away, now you don't have to. This was tested and approved by 3 kids so far, so I was happy, and it saved me a trip to the store!


Start with a large bottle of apple juice, about 1/2 empty. Add about 3 cans of leftover peach juice (a funnel works great!), and as much cold water needed to fill your bottle to the top again. Replace cap, shake vigorously, enjoy!

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January 22, 20150 found this helpful

This is a good tip to extend the apple juice. However, if you count on the apple juice to provide specific nutrients in a regular child's and adult's diet, such as vitamin C, calcium, potassium, iron, manganese and magnesium, adding canned peach syrup does not equate nutrients to match that of the missing apple juice.

If you provide the juice as a vital nutrient in a diet, you should consider providing other foods that yield the missing nutrients. However, if the juice is provided as just a drink, then nutirent loss is nil.

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January 26, 20150 found this helpful

Tried this it's very good. I'm going to try it with peaches that have been canned in pear juice. It will give more nutrition and less sugar. Thanks for sharing.

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January 28, 20150 found this helpful

Dinah, thank you for your concern, however apple juice is not used in our house as a sole means of nutrition. It is simply used as an occasional treat for a well balanced diet which includes vitamin supplements as well.

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January 30, 20150 found this helpful

I think this is a great idea, and will try it next time I am running low on apple juice!

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September 5, 20160 found this helpful

I made pear preserves and have leftover juice what could I do with it instead of throwing it away

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