How to Make Carrot Juice

how to make carrot juice

Juicing is very popular, and many people wonder what the difference is between whole juicing and traditional juicing. In simple terms, whole juicing does not remove the pulp, and traditional juicing removes all of the pulp.

When you remove the pulp, you miss out on essential fiber and other nutrients. If you're interested in whole juicing, your Blendtec blender is a perfect product to use—it even has a preprogrammed button for it! If you're new to juicing, here's a very simple carrot juice recipe to start out with.

Carrot Juice Blender Recipe

2 c water
2 c carrots, roughly chopped
1 tbsp fresh lemon juice
1 tsp fresh ginger, peeled
¾ c ice cubes

Add ingredients to FourSide or WildSide+ jar in order listed. Secure lid and select "Whole Juice." After you've tried out the carrot juice, give some of our other whole juice recipes a try.

Remember that whole juices will separate over time because the pulp/fiber has been blended up. To prevent separation, add chia seeds to the jar before blending.


  • Kelli Farley

    The WildSide+ jar can be used for almost anything the FourSide is used, and more. You will find the WildSide+ jar often provides a better blend than the FourSide. Some of the recipes need to be increased to 1.5 times what the FourSide recipe calls for to work best in the WildSide+ jar.

  • Stephanie

    I have over 2500 uses on my Blentec(not counting pulses). I ordered the 5 sided jar when I ordered the machine. I do not know when to use it. I use the regular jar for everything.
    Please advise,

  • jack loganbill

    The Blendtec is great whole juicer…I have a bizillion runtime minutes juicing with the Blendtec. And hitting the “Juice” button is too cool…


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