Carrot Pineapple Orange Juice

Carrot Pineapple Orange Juice Recipe

  • by Robin Frey
5.0 from 2 Reviews


Delectably fruity with the perfect balance of earthy and sweet, this Carrot Pineapple Orange Juice packs a punch of health benefits.

Yield 12 oz
Calories 125 cal
Yield and calories may vary depending on produce used and method of extraction.
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What happens when you ask our expert juice chef to create a fruity juice that is balanced with earthy flavors?

You get this delectably fruity juice recipe!

two glasses of carrot orange pineapple juice with recipe ingredients on a table

But this is more than just a great-tasting juice. It's also a nutritional powerhouse with loads of health benefits.

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

Why We Love This Carrot Pineapple Orange Juice Recipe

First, let's talk about the taste. 

The sweet, citrus-y flavors of pineapple and orange go together like peanut butter and jelly. The inclusion of carrot is key considering its slightly sweet and earthy profile. Finally, to cut the sweetness and balance the overall flavor, a bit of fresh ginger and lime is added to the blend.

carrot orange pineapple juice glasses on a table next to ingredients

Now, let's move on to the nutrition facts and health benefits. This gluten-free recipe has none of the nasty stuff found in most store-bought juice drinks. No orange juice concentrate. Zero added sugar. No preservatives. Just fresh vegetable and fruit juice. One serving size (12 fl oz) is around 125 calories. All the more reasons to get your juicer out and make this amazing recipe!

Here are a few of the major health benefits provided by the fresh ingredients:

  • Ultra high in vitamin C (ascorbic acid). Every ingredient except ginger is loaded with arguably the most crucial vitamin for your immune system.
  • Rich in vitamin A, vitamin K, potassium and B9-folate. Each of these vitamins and minerals provide a number of serious health benefits.
  • May help lower cholesterol, blood sugar and blood pressure. That's thanks to the orange and carrot.
  • Reduces inflammation. All five ingredients have anti-inflammatory properties.
  • Aids digestion. Pineapples, in particular, contain digestive enzymes that help the body break down protein molecules. Once broken down, these molecules are more easily absorbed by the small intestine. 
carrot orange pineapple juice ingredients on a cutting board

Your mouth must be watering by now, so let's get into the recipe.

Equipment note: We used the M-1 commercial juice press to make this juice recipe, but you can use pretty much any type of juicer. Just keep in mind that the quality will always be higher when using a juice press.

Learn more about the industry-leading commercial juicers we use to make our recipes.

Health Benefits

  • improves digestion
  • reduces inflammation
  • supports immune system
  • lowers blood pressure
  • lowers cholesterol
  • lowers blood sugar
  • increases energy
  • hydrating
  • antioxidant


  • pineapple
    8.4 oz
    1/5 pineapple (1 1/2 cups of pineapple chunks)
  • orange (peeled)
    5.8 oz
    1 1/4 medium oranges
  • carrot
    6.25 oz
    3 medium carrots
  • lime
    0.8 oz
    1/2 lime
  • ginger
    0.25 oz
    1" chunk of ginger root


  1. Wash produce thoroughly.

  2. Prep the pineapple by removing the green crown and cut into chunks. Peel the oranges and remove the top ends of the carrots.

  3.  Weigh out the ingredients.

  4. Quarter limes (peel on) and place directly into the press. If you do not have a juice press, peel the lime and juice with the rest of the ingredients.

  5. Grind the remaining ingredients together and press.

Pro Tips

  • Garnish with a twirled lime peel, fresh mint leaves or orange slices to take your presentation up a notch.

  • If you’re using a Goodnature juice press, remove the green crown from the pineapple but leave the skin on. The skin contains a high concentration of valuable nutrients.

  • We like to remove the top ends of the carrots because it’s tough to remove all of the dirt.

  • Orange peels are bitter, so be sure to remove them before juicing.


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  1. 5 stars
    Very informative


  2. 5 stars
    I love this please advice on the best machine for the best results.

    kind regards


    1. Hi Jane,

      Glad you like the recipe, one of our team members will reach out shortly!