This ORANGE, CARROT, GINGER juice recipe is refreshing and delicious!! Fresh oranges, carrot, and ginger are blended and juiced to make this immune-boosting drink at home.
Loaded with tons of flavors and nourishment, it is the perfect start to the day!
ABOUT THIS ORANGE CARROT & GINGER JUICE RECIPE
When our friends visited us a few months back, she introduced us to the most wonderful juice combinations. I can’t thank her enough for introducing us to beet carrot apple juice ( ABC JUICE ) and this orange carrot juice.
Fresh homemade juice beats carton juices any day! Isn’t it?
This immune-boosting orange carrot juice is easy and healthy. Made with only 3 real food ingredients, this juice is fresh and kids friendly. It’s naturally Gluten-Free, Vegan, Plant-Based, and Dairy Free.
If you kids don’t like ginger like mine, simply leave it out and make it with oranges and carrots. They are still so delicious and vibrant.
HOW TO MAKE THIS ORANGE CARROT JUICE?
This Fresh Juice combination is really easy to make, but slightly longer than making a smoothie.
HI-SPEED BLENDER– Peel the oranges, carrot, and ginger. Add them to the blender and process until smooth.
Place a nut bag or a mesh strainer on pyrex jug and pour the juice on the strainer. Set the Pulp aside and pour the juice in a glass.
JUICER – Peel the oranges, juice, and set them aside. Now add the carrot and ginger through the juicer feed and extract the juice. Mix them together and enjoy. I use a Panasonic MJ 500 and have been using them for the last 4 years. You can read more about Panasonic MJ500 slow juicer in this post.
Do not discard the pulp – They are delicious for making flatbreads, stews, and soups.
This Orange Carrot Juice stays fresh for up to 24 hours in the refrigerator. You can store in airtight glass jars. On warmer days, serve over ice.
We like this fresh vibrant juice straight out of the juicer!
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- 3 Large Orange
- 2 Cup Carrot
- 2 ” Ginger
- Peel the oranges, carrot, and ginger. Use the edge of the spoon to peel the ginger. Add them to the blender and process until smooth.
- Place a nut bag or a mesh strainer on a pyrex jug and pour the juice on the strainer. Set the Pulp aside and pour the juice into a glass.
- Store the remaining juice in the refrigerator and enjoy them chilled.