This refreshing carrot orange juice recipe has a touch of fresh ginger and apples. It's deliciously nutritious, and you don't even need a juicer.
And if you love the carrot-apple combo, then you will also love this apple-carrot salad!
Why you should try this recipe
- It's an easy healthy drink with nutrient-packed fresh ingredients and no added sugars.
- You don't even need a juicer.
- It has tons of bursting flavors with just a hint of spice.
- And you can enjoy this yummy drink any time of the day.
- Carrots: Use fresh carrots. I try to go for locally grown (from farmers I know) or organic. And I always buy extra to make this Carrot Orange Soup.
- Fresh oranges: I usually get the type of oranges known to be sweet and juicy, like navel oranges or Valencia oranges. Blood oranges are also a great choice.
- Apple: Try to go for anything sweet or semi-sweet, like Gala apples, Red Delicious, Fuji, or Golden Delicious.
- Lemon: This fruit adds a subtle tanginess to balance the naturally sweet flavors.
- Fresh ginger: An anti-inflammatory medicinal herb adding a hint of spice. Feel free to add more of this powerful root than the recipe card suggests.
- Coconut water: Always go for an unsweetened version. It's a great source of natural minerals and absolutely refreshing in this delicious homemade juice.
- All you need is a high-speed blender—I love my Vitamix, but any high-speed blender will do.
- A nut milk bag or mesh strainer. I prefer a nut milk bag because it's easier to get all the juice out. If you opt for a strainer, it's best to use a spoon to help push the juice through.
- Pyrex jug or bowl: Make sure your bowl is large enough to capture all that delicious juice.
Full recipe with measurements in the recipe card.
Step 1: Chop the carrots and fresh fruits.
Step 2: Throw them in the blender with the grated ginger and pour in the coconut water.
Step 3: Blend until you get a smooth orange-colored drink.
Step 4: Transfer the blend to a strainer or nut milk bag set over a bowl or jug. Gently squeeze until you've captured the fruit and vegetable juice, and you're only left with pulp.
STEP 5: Discard the pulp. Pour the orange carrot ginger juice into individual glasses and enjoy!
Note: If you use a mesh strainer, a spoon can help to push the juice through.
This orange carrot ginger juice recipe is an incredibly hydrating, irresistible, immune-boosting drink and the easiest way to get vitamin C, A, and beta carotene.
It's best to enjoy it immediately. But you can store it in the fridge for up to two days in an airtight jar or container.
Make this healthy juice recipe and enjoy it any time of the day.
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Refreshing Carrot Orange Ginger JuiceMariska Ramondino
- 3 large (organic) carrots about 295 grams
- 2 large (navel) oranges, peeled about 300 grams
- 1 teaspoon grated fresh ginger add more as desired
- 1 medium-sized (organic) apple about 170 grams
- ½ lemon, peeled
- 1 cup unsweetened coconut water 225 ml
- Roughly chop the carrots, oranges, lemon, and apple.
- Add to a high-speed blender together with the grated ginger.
- Pour in the coconut water.
- Blend until smooth.
- Pour the juice into a nut milk bag on top of a large bowl or measuring cup.
- Gently squeeze and strain all the juice until you only have pulp left.
- Discard the pulp and transfer the juice into your favorite glasses or jug.
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