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Red Juice Recipes: Best Beet, Orange & Carrot recipe

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Ever since I ventured into the world of fresh juices last year, I've been an advocate for including these liquid delights in one's daily diet. You've probably seen how I went gaga over green juices and celebrated their crispness. But today, I've taken a turn from the leafy greens to introduce you to some exciting red juice recipes. If you're ready to add a pop of color and freshness to your morning routine, stick around, because I've got just the thing!

The Charm of Red Juice Recipes:

For those in the know, red juices are not just about their vibrant color; they're a fantastic blend of beets, fruits, and sometimes even a hint of spice to kickstart your day. With every sip, you get a combination of earthy flavors, natural sweetness, and a hint of tartness. We have loved our green juice and our watermelon juice and our excited for a new recipe.

Last week, after numerous trials and experiments, I finally nailed the perfect red juice recipe. And the best part? I’m sharing it with you today!

red juice in a glass with a straw

The Perfect Red Juice Recipe: Beet, Orange & Carrot Delight

Dive into this invigorating red juice recipe, a harmonious blend of earthy beets, zesty oranges, and crunchy carrots. Each sip promises a revitalizing burst of flavors, melding the natural sweetness of fresh fruits with the grounding notes of root vegetables. Perfect for those looking to elevate their morning routine or seeking a mid-day rejuvenation, this red juice offers both taste and nourishment in every glass.

red juice ingredients in front of breville juicer

Ingredients:

  • 1 lbs. beets
  • 4 small carrots or 2 large carrots
  • 4 navel oranges

Equipment:

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Instructions:

Wash all your fresh ingredients very thoroughly.

oranges peeled on cutting board

Peel off the orange skin and discard.

carrots cut on cutting board

Trim both sides of the carrots. Put aside the ends.

prepared beets on cutting board

Cut the root and top off the red beets and discard.

adding carrots to juicer
adding oranges to juice
adding beets to juicer

Process all ingredients in your juicer.

Serve immediately and enjoy!

It's a quick way to ensure you're getting a nutritious beverage first thing in the morning!

breville juicer with juice

Why This Red Juice Recipe is the Bomb

Tips:

  • The Beet Magic: Beetroot juice alone has been associated with tons of benefits. It’s not just about its taste but the color that gives your drink that vibrant hue.
  • Vitamin Packed: This juice is a powerhouse of vitamin C from oranges and vitamin A from carrots.
  • Juicer Matters: I always emphasize the importance of having a good juicer. A masticating juicer is ideal for extracting the most out of your produce, but centrifugal juicers also do the trick.
  • All about Freshness: Always use fresh fruit and veggies. Raw beets and oranges, when fresh, give the best flavors. Remember how we always love the contents of the blender when they're super fresh?
  • Versatility: Feel like tweaking the recipe? Throw in a green apple or a granny smith apple to balance the sweetness. Add mint leaves for that extra zing or lemon juice for a citrusy punch.
easy red juice in a glass

10 Refreshing Red Juice Variations

  1. Berry Bliss
    • 1 cup strawberries
    • 1 cup raspberries
    • 1 red apple
    • A hint of fresh ginger
  2. Pomegranate Punch
    • Seeds from 2 pomegranates
    • 2 red apples
    • 1 beetroot
    • A dash of lemon juice
  3. Tropical Tango
    • 1 cup pineapple chunks
    • 1 red apple
    • 1 beetroot
    • A sprinkle of chili powder for a kick
  4. Watermelon Wonder
    • 2 cups watermelon chunks
    • 1 beetroot
    • Juice from 1 lime
    • A handful of mint leaves
  5. Red Grape Radiance
    • 1 cup red grapes
    • 1 red apple
    • 1 beetroot
    • A hint of fresh rosemary
  6. Crimson Citrus
    • 1 grapefruit, peeled
    • 2 blood oranges, peeled
    • 1 beetroot
    • A sprinkle of Himalayan pink salt
  7. Red Veggie Revive
    • 1 red bell pepper, deseeded
    • 2 tomatoes
    • 1 beetroot
    • A pinch of black pepper
  8. Red Root Zest
    • 2 beetroots
    • 1 carrot
    • 1 red apple
    • A hint of turmeric powder
  9. Spicy Red Delight
    • 2 tomatoes
    • 1 red bell pepper, deseeded
    • A small piece of jalapeño (de-seeded for less heat)
    • A touch of cilantro
  10. Cranberry Crush
    • 1 cup cranberries
    • 1 red apple
    • 1 beetroot
    • A dash of maple syrup for added sweetness

Remember, with each of these variations, you can always add or reduce ingredients based on personal preference. 

hand holding red juice recipe

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Why did you transition from green juices to red? While I still love my green juices, I believe in variety. Red juice recipes provide a change, and it's a great way to experiment with new flavors and ingredients.

Can I add ice cubes to the juice? Absolutely! If you love your morning juice recipe chilled, pop in some ice cubes for that refreshing kick.

How do I store leftover juice? If you've got leftover juice (which I rarely do because it's that good!), ensure you store it in a sealed container in the fridge. But always aim to consume it the next time you're thirsty for maximum freshness.

Can I add other red fruits to this recipe? Sure thing! Red apple or even some berries can be a great addition. Feel free to get creative, but remember to adjust the quantities accordingly.

I noticed the juice has an earthy taste. Is this normal? Absolutely. That's the natural taste of beetroot juice. Some love the earthy flavors while others blend it with more fruits to tone it down. Feel free to tweak to your liking!

Key Takeaways

  • Red juices, especially those with beet juice recipes, are gaining popularity. Not just for their color, but for the variety they offer.
  • A blend of beets, orange juice, and carrots offers a balanced flavor profile - earthy, sweet, and slightly tangy.
  • Fresh ingredients are the key. Always prioritize raw beets, fresh oranges, and crunchy carrots for optimal taste.
  • Customize! It's your drink at the end of the day. Want to enhance the nutritional content? Throw in some leafy greens. Craving something tart? Green apple is your best bet.

Conclusion:

My journey into the world of juicing, from the cool kids' favorite green juices to the vibrant red juice recipes, has been nothing short of delightful. It's not just about hopping onto a trend; it's about understanding what you consume and enjoying every sip while you're at it. So, the next time you think of a nutritious beverage, think red. With this recipe in hand, I promise, you'll be looking forward to your morning ritual more than ever before!

Yield: 3

Beet, orange & carrot juice

red juice in a glass with a straw

Dive into this invigorating red juice recipe, a harmonious blend of earthy beets, zesty oranges, and crunchy carrots. Each sip promises a revitalizing burst of flavors, melding the natural sweetness of fresh fruits with the grounding notes of root vegetables. Perfect for those looking to elevate their morning routine or seeking a mid-day rejuvenation, this red juice offers both taste and nourishment in every glass.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 lbs. beets
  • 4 small carrots or 2 large carrots
  • 4 navel oranges

Instructions

  1. Wash all your produce very thoroughly.
  2. Cut the peel off the oranges. Discard peel.
  3. Trim both sides of the carrots. Discard ends.
  4. Cut the root and top off the beets. Discard ends.
  5. Process the washed and prepared ingredients through your juicer.
  6. Enjoy

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