Carrot juice recipes are simply wonderful. If you’ve never had it before, you’ll be surprised how sweet it is. It tastes NOTHING like you think it will taste. Its sweet, creamy and delicious. It has a milky texture and has no bitterness.
It's one of the best vegetable juicing recipes you can make and should always be part of any juicing program you're on.
Carrot juice pairs well with apples, tomatoes, greens and almost any vegetable or fruit. It is one of those versatile vegetables that are terrific for juicing and a staple in many kitchens.
Carrot juice is most known for delivering a hefty amount of vitamin A, C, calcium among other necessary vitamins. Specifically they are rich in beta-carotene, folic acid, C, small amounts of B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, biotin and E. They have calcium, chlorine, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, sulphur, small amounts of copper, iron and zinc.
Drink it for healthy skin, eyes and for good bone density. It helps to purify and feed nutrients to your cells and many people who are sick with cancer and other terminal illnesses juice a good amount for its potent healing properties. If it isn’t already, I highly recommend making carrot juice recipes a regular staple in your home.
Juicing carrot juice is quite simple. Clean and prep the carrots, and remove the tops. Tops to carrots can be toxic.
If the carrots are very wide or long, you may want to cut them in half to prep them for your juicer. But most people just leave them as is and feed them through their juicer. It is one of the simplest pieces of produce to juice just because of its long shape. Once you’ve processed the juice through your juicer, it’s ready to consume.
If you don’t want a specific recipe but want to add something to your juice, add an apple for a sweeter juice or a tomato for a garden blend.
6-8 carrots will give you a nice glass. Juice as usual and serve. Don't forget to remove the tops!
5 sprigs of parsley
Juice as usual. Serve immediately. Good for energy!
4 lettuce leaves
¾ cup of string beans
Core the apple and juice the carrots, lettuce and string beans. Serve immediately.
Core the apples and juice the carrots. Serve immediately.
1 beet (with greens)
Small handful of spinach
Juice the carrots, beets (and greens if you want to), and spinach. Serve.
2 strips of bell red pepper
Tiny handful of parsley
Juice the carrots, bell pepper, parsely and serve.
½ inch knob of ginger
Core the apple and juice together. I love this combo.
Peel the oranges and juice with the carrots. Serve.
3 fennel stalks
1 celery stalk
Core the pear. Juice the pear, carrost, fennel and celery. Serve.
Juice the tomato with the carrots. Serve. Simple but yummy!