Our Best Orange Juice Recipe isn’t just oranges; it also has veggies. We consider this the Best Orange Juice Recipe since kids can get a bit of veggie in their juice too, not just orange/citrus juice!
Who doesn’t love orange juice? If you love orange juice, you will love our Orange Carrot Juice. Oranges and carrots are both healthy and good for you! They go together perfectly since the carrots have their own sweetness. You can add a bit of ginger to give it a little zing!
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Twice a week we’ll juice a ton of fruits and vegetables. This one is our favorite, it’s our best orange juice recipe. We never do just oranges. Sometimes we’ll even add in more veggies! If you’re looking for a juicer we highly recommend the one we have, the Tribest Solostar 4 Juicer Horizontal Slow Masticating Cold Press Juicer. It’s a horizontal slow masticating cold press juicer. This means that you can store the juice longer! We do not recommend centrifugal juicers as you don’t get as much juice with a masticating and you lose nutrients as well.
It’s good to leave as much pith on the oranges as you can since contains just as much vitamin C as the actual fruit, and fiber too! We also just scrub the carrots clean instead of peeling. Many are concerned and ask should you peel carrots, but as long as you clean them well the skin is edible. No need to waste! You can even juice or cook the greens of the carrots; they’re not poisonous.
- 4 Oranges
- 1 lb Carrots
- Wash and peel 4 oranges and set aside.
- Scrub clean and chop the bottoms off the carrots.
- Place the carrots and oranges into a juicer and enjoy within 72 hours.
- (72 hours if you're using a masticating juicer, for centrifugal enjoy right away)
Stop by Courtney’s Sweets to see a fun kid-friendly recipe using our “Best Orange Juice” Carrot Orange Juice, Fruits and Veggies Carrot Ice Pops