Beloved friends and customers,

Wild Juicery pop-up has now completed its time at 16 Neal’s Yard - thank you for your custom and for your dedication to vitality and juiciness! Wild Food Cafe (1st floor, 14 Neal’s Yard) is now serving a selection of Wild Juicery’s favourite drinks and we are exploring new horizons for Wild Juicery 2.0.
With celebration & (massive) appreciation,

Wild & Juicy Team

Beloved friends and customers,

Wild Juicery pop-up has now completed its time at 16 Neal’s Yard - thank you for your custom and for your dedication to vitality and juiciness! Wild Food Cafe (1st floor, 14 Neal’s Yard) is now serving a selection of Wild Juicery’s favourite drinks and we are exploring new horizons for Wild Juicery 2.0.

With celebration & (massive) appreciation,

Wild & Juicy Team

14 Day Wild Smoothie Challenge - Day 11

Guys. This smoothie is divine. Word. Smooth Criminal: Hazelnut milk (100g soaked nuts + enough water (around 500ml) whizzed in a blender till smooth and strained); 1 fresh coconut (water & meat blended) (can be replaced with packaged coconut milk), 1 TBSP Lucuma, 1 tsp vanilla essence, one banana, 40g cacao butter (melted). Blend liquid cacao butter with enough hazelnut milk to cover the blades. Blend this mix till the butter is fully incorporated. Add the rest of the ingredients and blend again.

** About Ingredients
Cacao butter or white chocolate - raw cacao butter is basically a pure cacao oil. It has a very subtle flavour and is an awesome ingredient when you want a hint of chocolate but don’t want to go chocolatey all the way. Because it is a stable healthy fat, it makes an excellent moisturizer with a long shelf life without fear of becoming rancid.

** Super Smoothie Tip
Adding healthy oils to your smoothie is not just amazing for your body including shiny hair and skin, but also makes the smoothie extra smooth and silky. Just make sure you are aware of the temperature in which these butters solidify (cacao solidifies in around 20C). Always use it as a first ingredient when preparing a smoothie and keep your blender on high speed while adding other ingredients to make sure the cocoa fat does not solidify in the process.
15% discount for the duration of 14 Day Smoothie Challenge (7th-21st September).

14 Day Wild Smoothie Challenge - Day 10

Holy Hemp Delight - How did I get to be so Lucky?


Serves TWO

60g hemp

2 bananas

1TBSP Maca (we love maca!)

and orange juice to reach the desired consistency. What better way to start your day? x 


About Ingredients

Hulled hemp - rich in protein and omega 3 & 6 in a perfect ratio for a human body! 


Super Smoothie Tip

If you have a high speed blender such as a Vitamix you can peal your oranges with a standard veggie peeler leaving the white pith on and blend the whole oranges to make a vitamin C packed smoothie. Did you know that the pith is the most nutritional part of the orange and has twice as much vitamin C as the actual fruit? Watch a video here

14 Day Wild Smoothie Challenge - Day 9


Sunday Smoothie: Bucky o’hazel
70g soaked hazelnuts, 25g soaked buckwheat groats, 1 whole coconut, 1/2 TBSP spirulina, 1/2 TBSP chlorella, 1/2 TBSP barley grass, 1 TBSP coconut sugar, 1 TBSP xylitol (can be replaced with coconut sugar or honey), 3 springs of fresh mint, 1/2 lime - squeezed, 1 tsp vanilla. Blend the soaked nuts and buckwheat, coconut meat and all the powders with coconut water just enough to cover the blades. Once the mix is smooth fill up your smoothie jug with ice or more coconut water to reach the desired consistency and blend again. Enjoy!


** About Ingredients
Buckwheat groats - contains a small amount of protein and high in numerous minerals, including magnesium and manganese. Magnesium is needed for the proper functioning of all your organs, including your heart. It also helps to keep other nutrients, such as calcium, at proper levels in your body.

Chlorella - It’s an entirely natural product made from green algae and contains 540% of the daily recommended amount of Vitamin D as well as loads of iron and B12.

** Super Smoothie Tip
Green powders in a smoothie always taste a lot better when accompanied with citrus, such as lemon or lime and mint!


14 Day Wild Smoothie Challenge - Day 8


Sometimes simplicity is best. Today we are offering a great refreshing smoothie to keep your calcium and vitamin C topped up!

Melon-CamuCamu-Baobab smoothie (makes 1l):

1TBSP baobab

1TBSP camu camu powder

1 cantaloupe melon with seeds

- add water and ice to achieve desired thickness.


Blend all ingredients together with enough water just to cover the blades. Finish off with the rest of the water/ice to achieve desired consistency.


About Ingredients

Baobab - is an excellent source of calcium, potassium, thiamin and vitamin B6 - all vital nutrients known to benefit general health.

Camu Camu - Supports the immune system, maintains excellent eyesight, creates beautiful skin. Camu-camu can also help to maintain optimal clarity of mind in times of stress or anxiety. Has high amounts of vit C and is very helpful in cold and flu prevention. 


Super Smoothie Tip

If you have a high-speed blender, such as Vitamix, it is worth blending up the seeds of melons and watermelons together with the soft bits. All the essential goodness of the fruit is in the seeds. If your fruit is organic consider blending up the rind as well! 

14 Day Wild Smoothie Challenge - Day 7

Today we taking it one step further with Tropical Fever!

It is a more exotic smoothie to make but most of the specialist ingredients you can find frozen in health food or Brazilian shops!


Serves two


100g guava

50g cupuacu

100g acerola

1 TBSP lucuma

250ml apple juice (either fresh or from a bottle)

2 bananas

1/2 inch of ginger, chopped up or grated finely,

splash of lime,

ice or water to achieve the desired consistency

Blend all ingredients with just enough apple juice to cover the blades. Once you achieve the smooth consistency add more ice and juice to finish off the smoothie. Enjoy!


About Ingredients

Guava - Guavas are good sources of vitamin A, the nutrient best known for enhancing eyesight. Also rich in magnesium, potassium, vitamin E and B. Used extensively to regulate blood sugar and reduce sweet cravings. 

Cupuaçu - Cupuacu belongs to the cocoa family and the tree grows to be twelve to twenty feet high. Natives have collected the fruits of the cupuacu tree as a primary food source during the rainy season for centuries. The fruits are hard on the outside, similar to a coconut (though larger and more football-shaped). The pulp is creamy and exotic to the taste.

It’s primary beneficial ingredient is the phytonutrient polyphenols (theograndins) it contains. These have a number of health benefits. In addition, cupuacu is heavy with Vitamins B1, B2, B3 (Niacin), both fatty and amino acids, at least nine antioxidants (including Vitamins A and C), and a high flavanoid content. Other nutrients include calcium, selenium, and more.

Acerola - packed with vitamin C it improves immune system and is great for the skin!

Super Smoothie Tip

Using frozen ingredients in smoothies can save time and be the best way to access more tropical ingredients. You can even made pre-made ‘portioned’ smoothie parcels in your freezer, ready to go for when you are in a rush.

14 Day Wild Smoothie Challenge - Day 6


This smoothie is an absolute must for if you have long day ahead, planning to work out or just wanna make sure your energy levels are replenished. 

Essential fatty acids from hemp seeds and chia seeds will ensure you are packed with slow-burn energy.

Macadisiac (serves two)

1 TBSP Chia seeds, ground up

1/2 TBSP Maca

1/2 TSP Lucuma

50g Hemp Seeds

50g Mulberries

4-5 dates

1/2 TBSP Vanilla Extract

1/4 tsp Cinnamon

Blend all ingredients together with water, ice, coconut water or a choice of your nut milk till smooth! 

About Ingredients

Mulberries - excellent source of iron, phytonutrients and other minerals like potassium, manganese, and magnesium. They are real power houses!

Chia - rich in omega 3 and calcium. Great replacement for animal products and dairy.

Super Smoothie Tip

Ground Chia seeds in a coffee grinder or with dry vitamix blades before adding it to the smoothie. Otherwise the tiny little seeds need to be pre-soaked for abour 15-20 minutes. 

14 Day Wild Smoothie Challenge - Day 5

Today very simple and super yummy smoothie with mind-blowing ingredients (all of them fall into superfood & medicinal food category). Amazing or what?

(served two people)

200g wild blueberries,

1/2 TBSP Lucuma,

1 fresh coconut,

70g almond butter,

pinch of Himalayan salt and a splash of lime.

Blend butter, blueberries, coconut flesh and lucuma with a bit of coconut water till smooth. Then add the rest of coconut water, top-up with water or ice to achieve desired consistency.



About Ingredients

Wild Blueberries - best purchased frozen in UK are a lot richer in anti-oxidants and phyto-nutrients than their cultivated counterpart. 

Almond Butter - preferably raw. Almonds are one of the most alkalising nuts, rich in healthy oils, magnesium, vitamin E and iron.

Super Smoothie Tip

Adding any variety of nut butter to your smoothie makes an instant creamy, energy-packed blend (very much like a milkshake!)


14 Day Wild Smoothie Challenge - Day 4


Heavenly Hemp & Grateful Goji Smoothie (makes 1l)

100g Shelled Hemp Seeds
60g Organic Goji Berries
35g Dates
1/2 whole cinnamon stick or 1/2 heaped TBSP cinnamon powder
1/2 whole vanilla pod or 1/2 TBSP vanilla extract
1/4 tsp unrefined salt
water or ice 

If using whole cinnamon, grind first in a clean and dry vitamix jug on hi-speed for about 30 secs. Then add all the hemp, goji, dates, and vanilla along with 1 cup of ice and a little water. Then blend thoroughly until smooth. Add the remaining water/ice until you get 1l. 



About Ingredients

Hemp - rich in protein, and essential fatty acids omega 3 and 6 in a perfect ratio for human health. Rich in chlorophyll, which is unusual for a seed, and trace minerals.

Goji - Himalayan superfruit, adaptogen. Rich in polysaccharides (healing sugars), carotenoids and protein. Great for boosting immune system and liver support. 

Super Smoothie Tip

Cooling your smoothies down: use ice to make sure the friction of blending doesn’t heat the contents of your smoothie too much!

14 Day Wild Wellbeing Smoothie Challenge - Day 3


Strawberry Creme Fresh smoothie (totally creamy & totally dairy-free)

Here’s the recipe for 1 litre (2 people):

200g frozen strawberries

20g raw honey

flesh and water of 1 young thai coconut (can substitute with coconut cream and coconut water from the pack)

1 TBSP lucuma

a splash of vanilla essence

20g creamed coconut

pinch of himalayan salt

1/2 TBSP coconut sugar

20g coconut oil

1/2 TBSP Maca


Whizz honey, coconut oil and creamed coconut first till smooth, then gradually add other ingredients. Boom! Enjoy the strawberry delight! 


About Ingredients

Maca is great for balancing hormones, it is a tonic plant — meaning it balances and regulates your whole immune system, and, traditionally known as a great aphrodisiac,

Coconut in sanskrit means ‘tree that gives all that is necessary for living’. 

Coconut water is a natural isotonic beverage with the same level of electrolytic balance as we have in our blood. It is the “fluid of life” - literally.  

Lucuma is rich in trace minerals, vitamins and acts as a natural healthy sweetener. 


Super Smoothie Tip

Emulsification: the secret to smooth consistency in smoothies is blending coconut oil or any other fat with raw honey (or sunflower lecitin) BEFORE adding all other liquids. Once the consistency of the mix is smooth start adding other ingredients with a bit of liquid, finishing off with the rest of the liquid.