This made around 1 1/2-2 cups for me. Amount may vary depending on the size of your fruit, how much fruit, the juiciness of the fruit, how well your juicer functions, and—perhaps—other factors. If you have extra fruit and did not get enough, you can add more until you get as much juice as you’d like.
- 2 large bunches of grapes, plucked from stem and rinsed (I’m guessing this was around 3-4 cups) (I used white/green grapes)
- 2 apples, rinsed, peeled, core removed, and cut into quarters
To Make: Make sure the juicer is set up properly and working properly and that you have something to catch the juice and the scraps. Then run the prepared fruit through the juicer. Pour into a drinking glass or cup and mix (optional).
It’s refreshing and delicious. I call this “cider” because it tastes like apple cider with grape. Taste may vary depending on the freshness of your fruit and also the type of grapes and apples you select (and probably also on how much of each you use).