This Carrot Orange and Ginger Juice is packed with vitamins to help boost your immune system. It’s made by juicing oranges, carrots and ginger without a juicer and can be easily made directly in a blender. Enjoy this juice in the morning for a boost or any time of day.

A cup of immune boosting orange and carrot juice with oranges in the background

Health benefits of juicing

Drinking fresh juice with no added sugars can be a great way to add extra vitamins and minerals to your diet. Juicing is not necessarily healthier than drinking a smoothie or eating fresh fruits & vegetables, but it’s a great way to get the nutrients you need from fruits and vegetables and can be easier to digest.

This fresh juice is:

  • High in vitamins
  • Lots of fibre
  • Has antioxidants
  • Help with digestion
  • Hydrating
  • Has natural sugars
  • Can help with weight loss

This recipe for homemade carrot, orange and ginger juice is the perfect combination of sweet, fresh and a hint of spice from the ginger. It’s perfect to drink in the Fall when it starts to get colder out and your immune system needs a little boost.

Why you’ll love this carrot orange juice

  • Only 3 ingredients. You guessed it! All you need is carrots, oranges and ginger to make this delicious and simple 3 ingredient fresh juice.
  • No juicer needed. Did you know you can make fresh juice without a juicer? All you need to make this recipe is a blender and a nut milk bag or a fine strainer.
  • Packed with vitamins. We all know how important it is to get enough vitmains in our day to help boost our immune systems. This juice has 100% of your daily vitamin C in it.
  • Stores well in the fridge. This juice will stay well in the fridge for up to 1 week.

The best type of oranges to use for juicing

You can use any type of oranges you love for juicing, but here are a few of the best and most popular types:

  • Valencia oranges: these oranges are very popular for juicing. They are sweet and the juice will store well in the fridge without becoming bitter.
  • Tangerines: these are small and very sweet and delicious for juicing. Tangerines are also readily available in the Fall and Winter making them a great option for juicing.
  • Blood oranges: these types of oranges are vibrant red inside making them beautiful to use in a juice. They also tend to be a very flavourful orange.

Tip: if using navel oranges for juicing, you’ll want to consume your juice within 24 hours. Navel oranges have a compound in them called limonin which can produce a bitter taste in the juice over time.

Ingredients you’ll need

oranges, carrots and ginger on a marble board
  • Oranges
  • Carrots
  • Ginger

How to make juice with a blender

While having a juicer is a fun kitchen gadget to have on hand if you’re making a lot of juice, many of us don’t have the space to store a juicer. Plus they can be a little pricey.

Luckily, you don’t need a juicer to make fresh juice at home. All you need is a blender and something to strain the juice with (an almond milk bag, cheesecloth or fine strainer all work well.)

Step 1

Peel the carrots, oranges and ginger and add everything to your blender.

Tip: store the oranges in the fridge before juicing them to give you orange juice that is nice and cold.

A blender with cut up oranges, carrots and ginger in it

Step 2

Blend on high until the mixture comes together. If you are having trouble getting everything to blend, it’s likely that your oranges aren’t very juicy. In this case, you can add more oranges to the blender or add a splash of water to help everything blend together.

A blender with blended orange juice and ginger juice in it

Step 3

Grab a large bowl and a strainer, nut milk bag or cheesecloth. Pour the juice through your strainer or bag. If using a nut milk bag or cheesecloth, use your hands to gently squeeze the juice through.

A blender pouring orange, carrot and ginger juice into a mesh straining bag

Step 4

Transfer the juice directly to glasses or to a jug to store in the fridge. Serve as is or over ice.

A clear mixing bowl with orange, carrot and ginger juice in it

Tips for making this carrot orange juice perfectly

  • Use juicy oranges. Some batches of oranges may not be as juicy as others. The juicer the oranges the more juice you’ll get. If your oranges don’t seem that juicy, you can always add a few more oranges to the recipe.
  • Peel the oranges. Unlike with a juicer, when making juice in a blender the oranges need to be peeled.
  • Customize it. If there are any other fruits or vegetables you’d like to add to this juice go ahead!

How to store this juice

Store juice in a sealed large jar or bottle in the fridge for up to a week. Before drinking, give the juice a shake in the bottle. It’s natural for some sediments to fall to the bottom of the juice.

A glass of orange carrot and ginger juice

Juicing FAQ

Is carrot and orange juice good for you?

Yes! Carrot and Orange juice is packed with vitamins and nutrients and is part of a healthy diet enjoyed in moderation.

Do you peel oranges before juicing?

If using a traditional juicer, you don’t have to peel the oranges. However, I prefer to peel the oranges as the peel can give the juice a bitter taste. If using a blender, you will need to peel the oranges.

What happens if you drink carrot juice every day?

Carrot juice contains beta-carotene, which if you consume too much of can temporarily cause a yellowish tint to the skin. In this recipe, there are not enough carrots to worry about this condition.

How much orange juice should I drink a day?

Unless you are doing a juice cleanse, it is recommended to have 1-2 cups (250-500ml) of juice per day.

My blender juice is thick and won’t blend. What do I do?

If your blender juice is too thick and having trouble blending, it’s likely because your oranges aren’t big and juicy enough. In this case, add more oranges to the blender and proceed with this recipe. You can also add a splash of water to help everything blend together.

Can I change the ratios of this juice?

Absolutely! If you prefer to have more carrots or ginger in this juice you can always add more. Just keep in mind that if you add too many carrots the juice may have trouble blending since carrots aren’t as juicy as oranges.

Can I make this recipe in my juicer?

Absolutely! If you have a juicer at home them simply add all the ingredients directly to your juicer.

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A glass of orange carrot and ginger juice

Immune Boosting Carrot Orange And Ginger Juice

  • Author: Jessica Hoffman
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Cook Time: 0 minutes
  • Total Time: 10 minutes
  • Yield: 24 servings 1x
  • Category: Drink
  • Method: Blend
  • Cuisine: American
  • Diet: Vegan

Description

This Carrot Orange and Ginger Juice is packed with vitamins and will help boost your immune system!


Ingredients

Scale
  • 5 big oranges, peel removed
  • 56 large carrots
  • 2-inch cube ginger, peeled

Instructions

Blender method

  1. Blend all ingredients together in a high-power blender until smooth.
  2. Using a nut-milk bag or fine strainer, strain the juice allowing the liquid to drip through into a large bowl.
  3. Discard the pulp from the bag or strainer and transfer the juice into a bottle.

Juicer method:

  1. Add all the ingredients to your juicer and juice. Store juice in a bottle in the fridge

Notes

Store in the fridge in a sealed jar for up to a week

Use juicy oranges. Some batches of oranges may not be as juicy as others. The juicer the oranges the more juice you’ll get. If your oranges don’t seem that juicy, you can always add a few more oranges to the recipe.

Peel the oranges. Unlike with a juicer, when making juice in a blender the oranges need to be peeled.

Customize it. If there are any other fruits or vegetables you’d like to add to this juice go ahead!


Nutrition

  • Serving Size: 1/2 of the recipe
  • Calories: 200
  • Sugar: 30g
  • Fat: 0g
  • Saturated Fat: 0g
  • Carbohydrates: 40g
  • Fiber: 8g
  • Protein: 4g

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