Sweet, fruity, and zesty, this nutrient dense carrot juice is balanced with apple, lemon and ginger.
This carrot juice recipe is one of our favorite nutrient-dense juices! Pure cold-pressed goodness here. Some of you may have your own variant of carrot juice, but even so, you must try our carrot juice recipe!
Before we get into the recipe, let’s review the health benefits of carrot juice.
Carrots are packed with vitamins, making carrot juice a healthy choice for your customers and/or yourself. This powerhouse ingredient includes numerous health benefits such as:
- Beta Carotene (Vitamin A), this antioxidant is the yellow / orange color that is found in several different vegetables. This vitamin is an antioxidant that helps protect the body from free radicals – reducing the risk of chronic illnesses.
- Boosting the body’s immune system with Vitamin C
- Lowering cholesterol
- Aiding the body in digestion and digestive health
- Improving vision and eye health
- Supporting bone health and blood coagulation
- Help promote weight-loss
- Increases detox in the body
- Correcting skin imperfections
Why We’re Crazy About this Recipe
This recipe is easy to make and of course it’s vegan and gluten-free, perfect for those who are on strict diets or suffer from food intolerances . Carrots are a great staple in many different juice recipes. When combined with the other ingredients such as fresh ginger, apples, and lemon juice, this recipe adds an extra boost of vitamins that promote digestive health, vision, weight-loss and more.
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Equipment note: We used the M-1 commercial cold press juicer to make this juice shot recipe, but you can use pretty much any type of juicer (masticating, centrifugal, etc.). Just keep in mind that the quality will always be higher when using a juice press.
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- lowers cholesterol
- improves digestion
- reduces inflammation
- aids weight loss
|carrot||13.2 oz||374 g||6 1/2 medium carrots|
|red apple||3.85 oz||109 g||1/2 medium apple|
|green apple||3.85 oz||109 g||1/2 medium apple|
|lemon||0.35 oz||10 g||1/5 medium lemon|
|ginger||0.35 oz||10 g||1 1/3 inch ginger|
Wash and weigh the ingredients.
Remove the top ends of the carrots.
Peel the lemons or see tips below.
Run the ingredients through your juicer.
I like to remove the top ends of the carrots due to the fact that it’s tough to remove all the dirt.
Peel the lemon if you prefer a lighter flavor. For stronger flavored or full bodied juices, grind these with the peel on. I like to “skip peel” them, which is basically just roughly cutting off the peel, leaving some behind. This speeds up prep, and the little bit of peel adds a zest!