Red Bell Pepper Juice

Red Bell Pepper Carrot Juice (with Sweet Potato, Orange, & Ginger)

  • by Robin Frey
5.0 from 3 Reviews

 

This deeply sweet juice is super nutritious, and every ingredient compliments the red bell pepper.

Yield 12 oz
Calories 95 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

Most juicing enthusiasts have never juiced a bell pepper…

…but as you’re about to taste, there’s no reason you shouldn’t!

This fresh juice recipe is a delightful combo of red bell pepper, carrot and other fresh ingredients. It’s also a nutrient powerhouse, as you’ll see when we get to the list of health benefits.

red bell pepper juice on a white table

Click here to jump straight to the ingredient list. Read on to learn why we love this recipe.

Fun fact: In the land down under, Australians call bell peppers capsicum!

Why We Love This Red Bell Pepper Juice Recipe

This juice has a unique and delicious flavor, and every ingredient compliments the bell pepper. 

Sweet veggies (carrot and sweet potato) give the juice a deeper, earthier sweetness than your typical fruit juice. Orange provides necessary citrus and ginger adds a little kick, further increasing the depth of flavor.

Here is what Chef Ari Sexner (the creator of this juicer recipe) had to say about it:

“Bell peppers in juice are starting to become more and more common. However, like beets, people usually stick to only using one variety. Most commonly, the beets used in juice are only the red variety. When people use bell peppers, it’s almost always a green bell pepper. Not always, but in most cases. With produce like this, using and trying different varieties will give you more control over the end flavor and color of the blend.

For this blend, we started with a base made of sweet potatoes and carrots, which is typical when using sweeter vegetables because you gain a deeper sweetness than fruit.

For the acidity component, orange seemed like a good fit since it have a lighter acidity than lemon juice or lime juice.

For the bell pepper, instead of using an orange bell pepper, I went with a red bell pepper to make the color much more unique and vibrant.

red bell pepper juice on a white table

The ginger is to add depth and another flavor to the blend.”

There is an impressive amount of health benefits in this recipe!

Health Benefits of This Red Bell Pepper Juice

  • Great for immune system health. There’s a ton of the immune-boosting vitamin C in one glass.
  • Reduces inflammation. Every single ingredient has anti-inflammatory* properties.
  • High in vitamins and minerals. Vitamins A, B5and B9-Folate are present in this juice. There’s a decent amount of vitamin K and vitamin B6 as well.
  • Antioxidant-rich. Beta-carotene (which converts to vitamin A), potassium, and manganese, to name a few.
  • Low sodium. This is a great juice for anyone who is trying to lower their sodium intake.
  • Can help lower cholesterol. Orange and carrot are known to help with this.

*Check out our Anti-Inflammatory Juice if you’re interested in reduced inflammation.

Ingredients to make red bell pepper juice including carrots, sweet potato, orange and ginger in an orange bowl

Health Benefits

  • supports immune system
  • lowers cholesterol
  • antioxidant
  • reduces inflammation
  • improves digestion
  • hydrating

Ingredients

red bell pepper (seeded) 3 oz 85 g 2/3 red bell pepper
sweet potato 3.9 oz 111 g 1 medium sweet potato
carrot 10.15 oz 288 g 5 medium carrots
orange (peeled) 6.33 oz 179 g 1 1/2 medium oranges
ginger 0.33 oz 9 g 1 inch chunk of ginger root

Directions

  1. Wash produce thoroughly.

  2. Remove the seeds from the red pepper, remove the end nub from the carrot and peel the orange.

  3. Weigh out the ingredients.

  4. Juice all ingredients together.

Pro Tips

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

  • Don’t juice the bell pepper seeds!

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3 Comments

  1. 5 stars
    no comment this my time to do it nice

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