CD's post on raw food mentioned a juicer, and as luck would have it I just bought one earlier this year. When you juice you get lots of pulp, and if you don't like the thought of just throwing it out there are a couple options I know of. The first is composting, the second is using it in a recipe. If you go the recipe route there seem to be two main ones: chutney or muffins. I've gone the muffin route, and with jjmtacoma's encouragement here is what I've developed from a basic recipe I found online:
4 c. fruit pulp
3 c. whole wheat flour
1 c. brown sugar
1 c. canola oil
1 tbsp. baking powder
1 tsp. baking soda
1 tsp. cinnamon
1 tsp. vanilla extract
Mix all together, put in buttered muffin pans, and bake at 350 for 30 minutes. Cook longer if you'd like, but 30 seems to work well. Let them sit in the oven 5 minutes after you turn it off.
I originally just took them out after cooking, but they would deflate immediately. The baking powder and letting them sit seems to help them keep their shape a little. If aesthetics don't matter just take them out.
I don't actually use 4 cups of pulp. I just line the pulp output container on the juicer with a freezer bag, refrigerate it, and use it again for the next one. Whatever that amount is - 2 days worth of smoothies for two kids, not very exact - is what I use.
The muffins are great though. They stay moist for days and are delicious. If you use the extra large muffin molds it should just about fill up two of them. And does anything feel more decadent than an extra large muffin? Yes, lots of things, but a big muffin is still nice.
Juicers are good because you don't need a recipe. Just throw in what seems good, and maybe drop in some yogurt afterwards & whisk it up. Tomatoes are very strong, so if you don't like the taste use them sparingly. Spinach makes the smoothie look like dumpster juice, but the gross factor is a plus with the kids. Pineapple is great, very sweet, and I like kiwi because the seeds give the muffins a little crunch.
Juicers are a pain to clean though, so be prepared to disassemble it and wash 5 or 6 different pieces when you're done. But if you're willing to do that they are really nice.