Summer Sun carrot juice recipe

By Lisa Brant | 15th July 2019
Girl drinking carrot juice next to the pool

Summer is here and with it we are sharing one of our lovely bright red carrot juice recipes.

The bright colour in the juice comes from a combination of the wonderful orange carrots, together with the colourful berries. Berries are abundant at this time of the year in the northern hemisphere. If you go to a farmers market and see some on sale at a good price, buy them. When you get home, wash them, eat some fresh and then pop the rest into your freezer. In this recipe we use frozen berries, because it brings a lovely coolness, almost iciness to the juice. You can also use fresh berries – try a combination of raspberries, blue berries and blackberries. Yum!

Juicing tip! Use frozen berries to bring a cooler temperature to your juice. Berries do no juice very well in a centrifugal juicer, so you will need to use a blender. Remember to allow the frozen berries to defrost for a few minutes before blending – this makes it less work for your blender (not all blenders are made to deal with frozen berries or ice).

Summer Sun: carrot juice recipe

Serves: 1
Calories: 415 (with avocado), 234 (without avocado)

Ingredients

3 carrots
1 pear
Chunk cabbage
Handful frozen berries
2cm unwaxed lemon
1/3 avocado, stone and skin removed

Method

Take the frozen berries out of the fridge a few minutes before you need them to allow them to slightly defrost. Make sure you wash all of your vegetables beneath cold running water and remove any stickers off your pear. If you have a waxed lemon, remove the outer skin (leave the pith on).

Put the carrots, pear, cabbage and lemon through your juicer. Pour the juice into a blender and add the frozen berries and avocado. Blitz for 30 seconds. (You can instead use a hand blender here).

Wash your juicer, blender and enjoy your juice!

Juice detox retreat

Juicing is a fabulous way to both detox your body and deliver fantastic nutrition for your body. Come to La Crisalida Retreats for a juice detox retreat. Read more about juicing and the health benefits of juicing here.

Headshot of Lisa Brant - Founder of La Crisalida Retreats
Lisa Brant

Lisa has been working in the field of health for over twenty years, first as an epidemiologist and now following a more alternative route! She is a therapeutic hatha and yin yoga teacher and also teaches mindfulness meditation. Lisa is a nutritionist so designs all our menus, as well as running the retreats. She is also qualified in NLP and hypnosis. Over the years Lisa has overcome her own health challenges with severe endometriosis and is happy to share her story.

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