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carrot juice recipe

Carrot Juice Recipe

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Enjoy a dose of vitamin A in the form of a healthy carrot juice drink.

Total time:  01 M 
Servings:  7
Calories:  15

Ingredients

  • 2 cups carrots roughly chopped
  • 1 tbsp. fresh lemon juice
  • 3/4 cup ice cubes
  • 2 cups water
  • 1 tsp. fresh ginger peeled

Nutritional Information

  • Serving Size: 4 fl. oz.
  • Fat: 0g
  • Saturated Fat: 0g
  • Cholesterol: 0mg
  • Sodium: 25mg
  • Carbohydrates: 4g
  • Fiber: 0g
  • Sugar: 2g
  • Protein: 0g

Instructions

  1. Add ingredients to FourSide or WildSide+ jar in order listed and secure lid.
  2. Select "Whole Juice" or blend on a Medium-High speed for 50-60 seconds.

 

 

 

 


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43 comments


  • I just got my Blendtec 650. I’m anxious to use it and try this recipe. I don’t have ginger root so could I use the ginger spice I have instead? If so, about how much? I know fresh measures different than ground.

    Bonnie on

  • How do you prepare the carrots? Can I just put in whole baby carrots? New to whole juicing!

    Kathryn on

  • You can use whole baby carrots. Peeling and roughly chopping whole carrots will give you a better flavor though.

    Blendtec on

  • How much water does 3/4 cup ice yield? If I don’t want it cold, can I just add more water to it?

    Lisa on

  • Is it supposed to be thick and frothy? It doesn’t seem like "juice" to me.

    Judy on

  • This was a very good and super easy recipe. I did not have the gingerroot, but it was great without it! I’m looking forward to the next time when I will definitely use the gingerroot

    Sue on

  • How much water does 3/4 cup ice cubes yield? If I don’t want it cold, can I just add more water to it?

    Lisa on

  • You can always try adding different fruits to cover up the taste. If you do, let us know how it turns out.

    Blendtec on

  • Now, can you make it not taste like carrots?

    cruizerdave on

  • Just tried this and added an apple and a jalepeno pepper! spicy good.

    Billy on

  • Do not add banana. It gives it a bitter taste! Who Knew?

    araddon on

  • I was very pleased to learn I like fresh carrot juice. It is really good.

    aiki98 on

  • I wish the recipes would give weight measures for certain items. For example, what the heck is 2 cups of carrots? It depends on how they are shaped. I’d think it would be very hard to get consistent results with recipes like this. Other recipes that should include weights are anything with flour or other powders as it matters how finely it’s ground.

    Brian C. Bock on

  • Mine is very pulpy compared to this, what am I doing wrong

    Cassi on

  • We have the classic 570 ..it does not have a "whole juice" button Finding most of the recouped refer to buttons we don’t have!

    jc on

  • The power of the Blendtec will break down the carrots so the pulpy fiber will separate from the juice of the carrot. If allowed to sit, the pulp will rise to the top. For best results use immediately or stir before drinking.

    Blendtec on

  • Agreed! Just a suggestion… add the 2c water first, then add enough roughly chopped carrots to bring the water up to the 4c level. Also, if 1 medium carrot has about 25 calories, and this recipe is 15 cals per serving, then it works out to about 4 medium carrots – or as shown in the picture, 3 large. Hope this is helpful. I believe Blendtec is working on revamping their whole recipe site… I’m sure it’s a big job!

    KarenL on

  • Some of the recipes were created specifically for the Total Blender Classic Series so they do have buttons that are not on all of the blenders. We’re working on updating them. If your blender does not have a Whole Juice
    cycle, blend on Medium High (speed 6 or 7) for 50-60 seconds.

    Blendtec on

  • I am very new to using a Blendtec and just tried this recipe. I am getting too much pulp (tastes like sand). I have had the same issue attempting to make green smoothies. How do I achieve a smooth consistency?

    Janice on

  • I don’t think the nutritional information is correct. I used my fitness pal, accounting for the serving size. I would get 34 calorie per serving, 3.6 g carb, 1 g fiber and 0.3 protein. Mostly its just the calories that’s off, but still a very low calorie drink

    Amy on

  • Make sure the produce used in the juices and smoothies are thoroughly washed prior to use. Try adding a little more water to make the consistency more smooth. The pulp won’t go away completely (which is great because it maintains all the nutrients vs juicing where the pulp is removed) but the pulp should blend up. If allowed to rest, the smoothie/juice will separate (pulp and liquid).

    Blendtec on

  • My blender doesn’t have the whole juice option, what should I use to make the whole juice?

    Johnny on

  • Very easy to strain if you dont like the pulp .

    susandaytoday on

  • Blend on Medium High for 50-60 seconds. For your reference, you can find this and other blend cycle conversions here: http://www.blendtec.com/blo… so you don’t have to wait for an answer. :) Happy blending!

    Blendtec on

  • I just bought my blendtec 625 this afternoon and am scared… I tried my favorite juicing recipe and it has not liquid or water: 3 carrots, 1 lime, 1 stalk celery, 1 inch ginger, 1 cored apple. I put the apples in first, then the celery and then lime with rind on, and chopped and peeled the ginger, and then the carrots which were fat, so I cut them into about thumb size pieces or larger… No liquid. I turned it on, and pushed the "whole juice" button, and the blender seemed to be working too hard. So I turned it off and came in here… I don’t want to break it on its first ride!!!!!

    Janie on

  • Does anyone have any idea how to get rid of the carrot stain inside my jar after grinding one raw carrot I to chunks. It tried vinegar and water on soup cycle for three times..
    Not much luck…

    Joec on

  • I think what they mean by a cup is the universal measure (250ml)

    Luke Weng on

  • Some liquid will need to be added to this recipe. We suggest adding about 1-2 cups of water to the recipe and then it should blend just fine on the "Whole Juice" cycle. Happy blending!

    Blendtec on

  • Well, that was a terribly unsatisfying project. I love carrot juice, but just fired up my Blendtec for the first time, and not at all impressed with how this came out — extremely poor. Quite thin with all of the water (and I only used one cup for 500 grams of carrots, but the machine couldn’t handle the carrots without it). If I’m going to need to add water to get juice out of vegetables, I know that I won’t likely be satisfied with this machine at all.

    Rob on

  • Try setting the jar outside in direct sunlight for a while. Direct sunlight removes tomato sauce stains on plastic containers, perhaps it’ll work for carrot stains as well.

    clint on

  • What d heck u don’t understand by 2 cups of roughly chopped carrots?

    Cadet Anthony Henderson on

  • It is just simply 2 cups of chopped carrots how straightforward do some people need things written ?? It’s not rocket science ???

    Janette Taylor on

  • I ran the whole juice cycle twice because it looked like it needed it. It tastes like ginger froth, which is to say not great. The second cycle also made it warm.

    Craig on

  • plain yogurt or kiefer and almond milk instead of water is a good add… as well as some cherry tomatoes and celery and some salt to taste…

    Jackson on

  • Adding apple and lemon makes for a sweet, almost lemonaide flavor. Good and healthy too!!!

    Mary Finn Infante on

  • I hear you, but I told myself: Don’t overthink it. Just do it and you’ll learn to adjust to taste. It’s so much fun to learn what works without following a precise recipe.

    Rand Baldwin on

  • Add liquid… simple

    Haligonex on

  • They do. I don’t understand the confusion.

    Jay on

  • If you don’t like the taste of "regular" carrots, try the purple variety. I have found they are sweeter and milder than their orange cousins. Nutritionally, they have some minor differences but they are still a healthy choice.

    Check them out here: http://www.healwithfood.org…

    bonmecvtqc on

  • 1 cup= 250 ml = 250 gm. Simple isn’t it??

    Fernando on

  • Americans. Can’t do Celsius or ISO paper sizes either.

    Hugh Tonks on

  • LOL, you are correct, When I was in school during the 1970s we were transitioning to the metric system and it made total sense and was superior to my young ears. I don’t know what happened, it was just dropped and forgotten about. And now we are left with antiquated systems of measurement.

    Debra Myers on

  • This was very good and of course very healthy. It was easy to make. I am not a fan of ginger so the 2nd time I made it I only added 1/2 teaspoon of the gingerroot. It was much better, but that is only my opinion.

    Cheryl Rahkonen on

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