Homemade “Blood” Vial Juices

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Halloween is just a couple days away, and that means that this is your last chance to pull out all the festive stops. Even though Halloween is classically unhealthy, you don’t have to succumb to the temptations in order to be festive. You can make healthy Halloween treats or themed foods like the “blood” vials in this recipe. There’s nothing wrong with adding a little health to your Halloween, right? Right???

If you love V8 juice, then you are really going to love this recipe. This is much healthier and doesn’t contain other ingredients like natural flavors, citric acid, potassium chloride, and salt. This juice is pure health, with the only ingredients being the ones you see on this ingredient list below. There is no need for processed ingredients or preservatives because this is real juice, people. It can be a little potent if you are a beginner juicer, but it is rich in a diverse mix of nutrients. Sometimes, but not always, healthy recipes don’t taste like the most amazing thing you’ve ever had. And that’s perfectly fine!

To get in the Halloween mood, this classically red juice is going to act as blood in vials at your Halloween get together. Nothing wrong with giving people a little dose of healthy, anti-inflammatory juice at your party! You can purchase plastic vials and pour the juice in them right after you make it. Just make sure that the vials sit in a bowl of ice because the juice has to remain cold; it will not taste great at room temperature.

Homemade “Blood” Vial Juices
  • Prep Time:10m
  • Total Time:10m


  • 1 medium beet, peeled and cubed
  • 1/2 red bell pepper, seeded
  • 4 Roma tomatoes
  • 2 celery stalks
  • 1/2 c spinach
  • 1/4 c onion, chopped
  • 1 clove garlic


  1. After preparing all of the ingredients, process each one through your juicer. Make sure that they fit easily inside your juicer\'s feeding chute.
  2. Dispense the juice and pour into the little vials, which you chill over ice in a bowl.
  3. For a spooky effect, throw a few pieces of dry ice into the bowl to create a fog that spills out of the bowl.


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