Broccoli Carrot Veggie Juice

Broccoli Carrot Veggie Juice Recipe

  • by Robin Frey
5.0 from 3 Reviews

 

A savory blend of broccoli juice, carrot juice and more that is ultra-delicious and outrageously nutritious.

Yield 12 oz
Calories 75 cal
Yield and calories may vary depending on produce used and method of extraction.
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Time

Prep Time
03:00
Juice Time
03:00
Total Time
06:00

If you like salty, savory beverages, this broccoli-based juice recipe is for you.

two glasses of broccoli carrot juice recipe with cucumber, beet, radishes and lemon

Most broccoli juice recipes you'll find online are "sweet broccoli" blends that include green apple (or a similar fruit). That's all well and good, but our in-house chef took this recipe in a different, more nutritious direction.

Click here to skip straight to the recipe. Read on to learn why we love it.

Why We Love This Broccoli Juice Recipe

Put simply, veggie-heavy juices like this taste good. Granted, they're not for everyone, but we love vegetables here at Goodnature.

Here's what our expert chef Ari Sexner had to say about his creation:

This all vegetable juice blend is very nutrient-dense, but balanced enough to be very enjoyable as a savory blend.

The bit of lemon juice really helps to provide that balance Ari mentioned.

If you're juicing primarily for wellness, then this next part is probably what you'll be most interested in.

broccoli carrot juice recipe ingredients

The health benefits of this veggie-heavy juice are numerous. Here are 8 of the most notable ones:

  1. Helps your body detox. Any veggie-heavy juice is great for detoxing. And it doesn't get much more "veggie-heavy" than this.
  2. Anti-inflammatory. Almost every ingredient has properties that help reduce inflammation in the body.
  3. Antioxidant rich. Broccoli and carrots are among the top 20 foods high in antioxidants.
  4. Aids weight loss. Carrots and beets, in particular, are great assistants in one's weight loss journey. Talk about superfoods!
  5. Great for your immune system. This juice is super high in vitamin C, vitamin B9-folate and vitamin A -- all great for immune support.
  6. High amount of other vitamins and minerals. These include the ones mentioned above, calcium, vitamin K, potassium and more.
  7. Can help lower cholesterol. Multiple ingredients are known to help lower cholesterol levels.
  8. Improves heart health. Broccoli is rich in vitamin B9-folate, which can help maintain a healthy heart.

It's also very low in sugar, even compared to most low-sugar juicer recipes.

Finally, and this really should go without saying, this broccoli juice is vegan, dairy free and gluten-free. (People ask.)

Health Benefits

  • detoxifying
  • aids weight loss
  • antioxidant
  • lowers cholesterol
  • increases energy
  • supports immune system
  • cardiovascular support
  • reduces inflammation
  • improves digestion

Ingredients

  • broccoli
    7.63 oz
    1 1/2 broccoli stalks
  • carrot
    6.3 oz
    3 medium carrots
  • lemon
    1.5 oz
    1/2 medium lemon
  • red beet
    3.8 oz
    1 beet
  • radish
    1.5 oz
    5 medium radishes
  • romaine
    4.4 oz
    1 cup chopped (about 4 outer leaves)
  • cucumber
    4.6 oz
    1/2 cucumber
  • salt
    0.01 oz
    a small pinch
  • pepper
    0.01 oz
    a small pinch

Directions

  1. Wash produce thoroughly, scrubbing the beets to remove the dirt. Remove the top ends of the beets.

  2. Weigh out the ingredients.

  3. Quarter the lemon (leaving skin on) and place directly into the press. If you don’t have a juice press, peel the lemon and juice with the rest of the ingredients.

  4. Grind the remaining ingredients together and press.

  5. Mix in the salt and pepper.

Pro Tips

  • Juice the cucumber with the peel on (remove if not organic), the peel contains beta-carotene, an important antioxidant that the body converts to Vitamin A.
  • Remove the beet top ends and clean the bottoms thoroughly. If they are small in size, we remove the bottom skinny part as well.
  • We like to remove the top ends of the carrots because it’s tough to remove all the dirt.

 

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5 Comments

  1. 5 stars
    Very good

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  2. 5 stars
    Can I suggest that you invent a smaller cheaper press like 1/2 the price of your M1? I would definitely buy, btw I live in the tropics West Indies.and I’ ve a juice bar

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    1. Thank you for your feedback Albert!

      Reply

  3. 5 stars
    Love looking for healthy recipes to juice !

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    1. Hi John,
      That’s great, you’re in the right place! You can find all of our recipes here: https://www.goodnature.com/recipes/

      Reply