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10 Outstanding Carrot Juice Recipes You Will Really Like

10 Outstanding Carrot Juice Recipes You Will Really Like

Are you trying to decide what carrot juice recipe to make? We’ve rounded up 10 of yummy carrot juice recipes. These carrot juice ideas will get your tastebuds excited!

Juicing fruits is probably the first thing that comes to mind when the topic of juicing is mentioned. 

Juicing vegetables is also a common practice but not as many do so because it requires a more robust appliance to deliver the outcome that is expected. 

Today we are looking at specifically carrot juice recipes. 

As with pretty much everything in life, moderation is the key! 

Carrot juice is full of nutrients but the fullness fiber gives is lost when juicing. 

Keep in mind that too many carrots can cause the skin to yellow a bit due to the excessive beta-carotene in carrots, so one serving a day is good. 

For general information’s sake, three to six carrots produce one cup of carrot juice. 

The question that has to be decided before juicing the first carrot is, do you juice the peel of the carrot? 

The answer is that it is totally up to you. 

If left on, the nutrients in the peel are incorporated into the juice. 

If taken off, the juice will be a bit brighter in color and a bit sweeter to the taste buds! 

Let’s dive into this list of ten carrot juice recipes together whether you are a seasoned juicer or someone new to this practice! 

We all can learn a little something new about making an apple carrot juice or a carrot juice smoothie! 

Some can be made in a heavy-duty blender and others require a juicer, so read up before you cut into your ingredients!

Plus keep your eye out for #9: Tropical Carrot Smoothie for the win.

Carrot juice recipes come in a myriad of flavors with juicing or blending options! 

This orange juice (don’t worry, there are carrots involved) is made in a Blendtec blender. 

The ingredient list includes orange, lemon, nectarine, apple, carrots, ginger, mint, and water. 

Excellent instructions are given on how to prepare the fruit and veggies and how to drain the juice. 

If it seems it might be a bit sweet, leave out the apple or nectarine. 

The mint is a game changer!

This carrot juice is going to get your taste buds dancing with the addition of tart lime and orange juice. 

This recipe is made with a Vitamix blender

Of course, you could add some ginger, turmeric, or half a golden beet. 

Experiment with tastes you like and see which combinations bring out the best flavors to you. 

You will be adding water and will need some cheesecloth or a nut-milk bag on hand to pour the juice through to separate out the pulp that can be used in another recipe altogether!

This vacation-in-a-cup carrot ginger juice is smooth and sweet. 

Anything with fresh pineapple can transport your mind to another time and place so easily! 

I can hear that ukulele now! 

It is necessary to cut away the outer skin of the pineapple as well as the peel of the lemon. 

Since a  juicer can handle it, feel free to include the core of the pineapple. 

Then slice everything the right size to feed into the juicer or high-speed blender as instructions are given for both!

This recipe for apple carrot juice has exactly four ingredients. 

Sometimes it is refreshing to get back to the basics so here we need carrots, apples, ginger, and lemon. 

This juice can be made with a juicer or a high-speed blender and it has loads of vitamin 

A, and electrolytes to start your day off right! 

The apple variety you decide to include depends on the outcome that is wanted. 

For sweeter juice Gala, Fuji or Golden Delicious apples are great. 

If tart is more to your liking, select Granny Smith or Honeycrisp will be best! 

You could even throw caution to the wind and use one sweet and one tart! 

Bottoms up!

Here we have a copy-cat carrot juice smoothie recipe that matches taste pretty closely with the original. 

If antioxidants are what you are after, this is the recipe! 

This smoothie is made out of a banana, frozen mango, carrots, oranges, and ice. 

Notice the ingredient list calls for one cup of carrot juice and one cup of orange juice so those will need to be juiced first in order to be added into this recipe that makes the actual smoothie.

 The blender or juicer can take it from there!

Island vibes are what this carrot juice smoothie gives off! 

I think it is the mangos, or maybe it is the combination with the strawberries that do it.

Either way, this is a great recipe as the frozen mangos and strawberries help make this smoothie thick.

The ingredients added to the strawberry, mango are carrots, almond milk, and lemon juice.

There is a list of five ways to thicken a juice into a smoothie texture. 

Great ideas to keep in your back pocket for future use!

In full disclosure, I have absolutely NO idea if carrot juice is helpful for weight loss. 

I do know it does have nutritional properties and that drinking low-calorie and low sugar drinks may help reduce hunger cues between meals, but that’s all I got! 

This recipe includes ingredients that fit the above mentioned category as well.

It provides blender and juicer instructions which are really helpful! 

The ingredient list includes carrots, cucumber, cabbage, and ginger! 

This is a robust tasting drink and if spicy is your preference, a bit of cayenne pepper could be included too.

I find myself gravitating towards the carrot juice recipes with short ingredient lists as my go-to recipes. 

This one has four nutrient dense ingredients and the color palette is amazing! 

Carrots, beets, celery, and oranges are front and center! 

Wash all the veggies and peel the oranges. 

For a point of reference, a Breville juicer is used here. 

You can make extra for the next day and store it in your refrigerator in a sealed glass jar.

Use a glass that closely holds the amount of juice you have as the juice will keep better with less oxygen exposure.

A carrot juice recipe with milk is different and creamy! 

This recipe includes oat milk but you can use whatever milk is your personal preference. 

It also includes carrots, ginger, banana, pineapple, mango, and ice. 

A high speed blender should handle this recipe with ease. 

This creation is all about serving up a super cold smoothie! 

The instructions say to start with the carrot juice and milk since they are liquids, so your carrots will be juiced first! 

Then add in the banana followed by the frozen pineapple, mango, ice, and fresh peeled ginger.  

Everyone is gonna love this carrot juice smoothie!

Apple carrot juice with a hint of orange sets this one apart from the earlier entry with lemon. 

Ginger is included in many of the carrot juice recipes on this list so I think the title was simple to let the reader know upfront exactly what ingredients are included. 

This juice recipe is a good balance between sweet and tart. 

Excellent explanation of how to best prep oranges for juicing so the bitter pith is minimized. 

Here the Aobosi juicer is used. 

Keep in mind that juices are indeed able to be frozen for use at a later time. 

Dethaw in the fridge and they are ready to enjoy!

The Bottom Line

Juicing is a fun and creative way to get more fruits and veggies into your diet. 

Carrot juice is a wonderful place to start since it is one of the sweeter vegetables. 

10 Delicious Carrot Juice Recipes 🥕

10 Delicious Carrot Juice Recipes 🥕

These carrot juice ideas will get your tastebuds excited!


  • Super-Powered Orange Juice
  • Carrot Orange Lime Blender Juice
  • Carrot Ginger Pineapple Juice
  • "Immune Booster" Carrot Apple Juice
  • Jamba Juice Orange Carrot Karma Smoothie Recipe
  • Strawberry Mango Smoothie
  • Carrot Juice Recipe for Weight Loss
  • Easy Red Rocket Juice
  • Tropical Carrot Smoothie
  • Carrot Apple Orange Juice with Ginger


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