This carrot orange ginger juice is packed with Vitamin C and perfect for staving off a cold during these transitional months from winter to spring.
I’m generally not a fan of juice dieting and juice fasts. For one, they’re expensive. For two, juicing is a pain in the ass (the clean-up is a bear). For three, I like to chew my food, thankyouverymuch. But that doesn’t mean I don’t enjoy the occasional fresh veggie juice from time to time, particularly when I need to use up an excess of produce that has the possibility of going bad sooner than later.
I’m a big fan of carrot orange ginger juice, and it’s especially useful when I’m trying to stave off a cold. I happened to have a glut of both carrots and ginger leftover from a freelance job, and the juicer was calling my name! I whipped up some fresh carrot orange ginger juice and it was delightful. (And particularly refreshing after that homemade donut spree.)
Carrot Orange Ginger Juice Recipe Notes
Ginger, carrots and oranges are packed with vitamins that are particularly useful for battling the sniffles. Bring on that Vitamin C, baby!
I use a ton of ginger in this recipe and it gives the juice a spicy, zippy edge. Adjust to your preferences.
I recommend peeling your carrots. The skin is a bit bitter and can be biting in fresh juice. My preference for citrus in this recipe is either tangelos (used here) or naval oranges. They’re both super juicy varietals and more sweet than tart.
If you don’t own a juicer, we love our Breville. We purchased an earlier model of this one about 5 years ago and it’s still going strong. Pricey, but it stands the test of time.
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- 3 large carrots peeled
- 1 tangelo or naval orange
- 2 " piece of fresh ginger skin peeled
- Run the ingredients through your juicer, swirl, and serve immediately!
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