How To Prepare Carrot Juice

Its been so long since I dropped a recipe, so I decided to bring something special this time. It’s a simple process on how to make carrot juice. Yeah, carrots! When I heard it at first I was shocked but I was amazed after I tasted it.

Carrot juice is a rich drink and some of its benefits include:

1. The iron in carrot: Drinking carrot juice equips you with iron. Iron has a lot of advantages in your lifestyle and health. It not only helps in elongation of energy, but also gives rise to a component of the red blood cells which rations your tissues with oxygen. The accurate measurements describe that 1-cup of carrot juice encloses 1.1 milligrams of iron, therefore it is advisable to consume 6% of carrot juice daily for pre-menopausal women and men, and about 14% is endorsed daily for post-menopausal women and men.

2. Vitamins A and K in carrot: Carrot is a great source of vitamin A, only one cup of carrot juice has 45,133 international units of vitamin A. This vitamin provides a healthy eye function, and it allows the cells to rule the gene activity and plays a targeted role in immune system. Vitamin K on the other hand is a nutrient needed for the health of the bone and blood clotting. Each drop of carrot juice contains 37 micrograms of vitamin K! 30% and 40% is the recommendation for daily consumption for men and women, respectively.

So, back to the preparation, this is a basic step by step process of making carrot juice:

1. Wash and dice the carrots.

2. Put them inside the blender.

3. Add a small amount of water.

4. Blend with a medium speed until the ingredients are well mixed.

5. Place a sieve bag in your desired cup/container and pour in the blended ingredients.

6. Squeeze as much liquid out of the sieve bag as possible. 

7. Add anything else that will suit your taste (for me, I add a little honey/sugar and some milk).

8. Place in a refrigerator (if you want it chill).

9. Serve alone or with any dessert.

♥Enjoy your juice! And keep your eyes and yourself healthy.♥


  1. Wow... nice recipee

  2. Awesome!!! This looks very healthy!

  3. Pls, what if i want to go on a large scale production, how can i preserve it in such a way that it will loose taste? Thank you.

    1. Hello Vic, remember that fresh carrot juice is best served immediately after preparation!

      But in a case where you want it to last longer, you can put it in a freezer. this preservation can only last a day or two.. anything more than that will you a taste you wont like... you can try adding artificial preservatives but you may still not get the taste u want after that.

      my advice, prepare and serve within a day of consumption!


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