This beet juice is rich, delicious, and one of my favorite recipes. It is the perfect juice to start the day with or as a mid-afternoon treat if you are hungry or need a little lift. This juice has beets, carrots, and pears.
About this recipe
The benefits of each of the vegetables in the juice are impressive, and now, imagine if you put them all together, it becomes the perfect combo.
Beets, or beetroot, are high in fiber, vitamin C, folate, manganese, potassium, and iron. They are low in calories and fat, making them beneficial for weight management. They also contain betalains, compounds known for their anti-inflammatory properties.
Pears: Pears are a great source of dietary fiber and vitamin C. They are also rich in antioxidants and provide a good amount of potassium and vitamin K. Pears can support digestive health due to their high fiber content.
Limes: Limes are packed with vitamin C, a powerful antioxidant that can boost your immune system. They are also a good source of potassium and provide a small amount of magnesium and vitamins A and E. Limes may help improve digestion, reduce inflammation, and even support weight loss.
Carrots: Carrots are famously rich in beta-carotene, which the body converts into vitamin A. They also offer a good amount of fiber, vitamin K1, potassium, and antioxidants.
Carrots have been associated with eye health, improved digestion, and even a reduced risk of certain cancers due to their high antioxidant content.
How does it taste?
This beet juice has a mild flavor, it has sweet notes, and at the end of each drink, the lemon flavor kicks and makes you want to drink more and more.
WHAT ARE THE INGREDIENTS OF this beet JUICE?
BEETS. Choose beets that are firm to the touch and look fresh. If you buy beets with the greens on, save them. You can sautee them with a little bit of onion and then top a soup, make tacos, or put them on top of brown rice or quinoa.
CARROTS. Wash them very well; if for some reason you cannot wash them or you see that the skin is dark or looks old, peel them.
PEAR. Use ripe pears; I like Bartlett or D’Anjou pears. You can substitute them with apples. If you want your juice on the less sweet side, you can add celery instead of the pear or not add any fruits at all.
LEMON. Use lime or lemon, you need just the juice. This is totally optional, but it gives it a perfect acidic touch.
HOW TO MAKE THE BEsT beet JUICE?
Blender. This beet juice can be made in the blender; you would only have to add a little water to make the blender run when everything is completely liquefied strain it with a fine mesh or with an old kitchen cloth placed over a bowl. Look at the recipe for almond milk; you will find a picture showing you this.
Juicer , juice maker. This is the easiest way to make this beet juice. It is fast and you can extract all the juice from the pulp without a problem. There are two types of juicers: centrifuge and cold extraction. I prefer the cold extraction ones because they conserve nutrients better, but use the one you have, it will turn out perfect.
WHAT are the benefits os beet juice?
Beets are full of benefits for us. Beets are packed with antioxidants and vitamins. And like all fruits, vegetables, and foods from the earth, they help us be strong and beautiful.
They are full of superpowers. Now, some doctors say that they help us to strengthen our immune system; there are theories that say that they are great for muscle recovery after exercise.
Other studies tell us that they help us stay hydrated. For whatever health-related reason, I take my beet juice most of all because of its flavor. I love it.
When to serve the juice
☀️In the morning. Serve it for breakfast to start the day right. Freshly made is perfect with your over night oat, chia pudding or kimchi avocado toast.
🌥In the afternoon. If you get hungry, in the afternoon it is perfect to have as a cold drink with some detox truffles, some chia seed crackers or a homemade vegan cream cheese.
🌙At night. In the evening you can make it a very easy non-alcoholic cocktail, mocktail. Serve in a large glass with lots of ice and garnish with a lemon wedge.
Now, if you want something different and a bit fancier, put lemon and salt on the rim of the glass and add a little sparkling water.
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Carrot, beet and pear juice
- 3 carrots
- 1 small beet
- 1 small pear
- Juice of a lime
- Wash all the ingredients.
- Cut in big chunks and place them in your juicer.
- Follow your juicer instructions.
- At the end squeeze the juice of the lime in each glass.
Nutritional information of this recipe is only an estimate, the accuracy for any recipe on this site is not guaranteed.