Carrot, Pineapple & Ginger Juice
Carrot Pineapple Juice with zesty ginger is a delicious tropical flavored combination that’s naturally sweetened, vibrant, and a great addition to any healthy juicing regimen!
This Carrot, Pineapple & Ginger Juice is my favorite tropical juice as I get back on track with juicing. With just 3 ingredients it’s light, refreshing, and tastes amazing!
Juicing Feels Good
I started juicing two years ago and stopped after six months or so. I notice a big difference in my outside appearance and overall feeling when I do it daily. It’s so revitalizing in every way and I’m glad to be back at it. It feels good to feel good, and juicing is a regime that is right in line with that feeling.
It takes about 20 minutes to prepare both juices with my compact Breville (affiliate link). It works great and is easy to use and clean. Next, I’ll upgrade to something like this Omega (affiliate link), which I’ve heard great things about in taste, juicing ability, and ease. It’s just quite a bit more than the Breville, but that is where the flavor and ability to extract the most juices come into play.
Buying Carrots in Bulk
Lately, I’ve been buying a 25 lb. bag of organic carrots for juicing. It only costs $14 for this large amount, and I go through one bag every other week on juicing alone for one person. I know not everyone has enough room for this large amount of carrots, but if you have an extra refrigerator to store bulk items it’s a great option.
And, if you like to buy carrots with the tops, by all means, add those into the juicer too. It will change the color slightly, but the carrot tops are full of their own nutrition and can be juiced without being thrown away. You may also like to add an orange if you have one on hand, it’ll add a nice citrus flair.
My Juicing & Healthy Eating Routine
I make two large juices for the day when I’m away from home, along with bringing finger foods to munch on like veggies and hummus or pea shoot pesto as a dip, an orange, grapefruit, etc. Just something healthy, easy, and as raw as possible. I always feel at my best when I take the time to put this together before heading out.
I encourage everyone to do their best to add freshly made juice to their daily routine. You will feel an overall difference in just a few days if you replace a meal with a juice or two. And if you don’t have a juicer, take a look at this post by Minimalist Baker on How to Juice Without a Juicer. There’s also a great recipe for an apple, carrot, beet & ginger juice. I’ll be trying that one soon!
Carrot Pineapple Juice (with Ginger)
This carrot pineapple juice is a classic all-around great drink. The pineapple and ginger pair with the carrots giving it a refreshing tropical feel. I consider this my dessert juice.
This recipe makes about 2 cups. To make it go even farther, dilute your juice with a little purified or clean water of choice.
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CARROT, PINEAPPLE & GINGER JUICE
Full of flavor, this carrot, pineapple & ginger juice is a classic all around juice!
- Prep Time: 10 min
- Total Time: 10 minutes
- Yield: 2 cups 1x
- Category: Beverage, Juice
- Method: juicer
- Cuisine: Vegan, American
- 7 – 9 large carrots
- 1/4 pineapple (about 1 cup), flesh only
- 1-inch knob of ginger, peeled
Prep: Scrub and rinse the carrots well. If the tops are clean-looking, you can leave them on. If not, trim off the very top 1/2 inch or so. If using carrots with the leafy green tops, you can juice the whole thing, but your juice color may change.
Juice according to your equipment and enjoy.
Store: The juice will keep nicely in an airtight container for up to 48 hours in the fridge but is best fresh within a few hours. Give a good stir before drinking.
Makes about 2 cups.
Frozen pineapple that has been thawed can be used in place of fresh.
Updated: This recipe was originally published in May 2013. It has been retested and updated with new photos and helpful tips in August 2021.
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I try this for the first time, it tastes great.
Amazing energy from this.. Can do Yoga and mow the lawn on the roof afterwards all while doing my normal 9-5 job🤣😂 Woot!!!
I love it I was drinking my delicious pineapple,Carrot,Ginger juice while I was reading this. Thank you for sharing this with us
the whole pineapple, 2 carrots and about 2 inches of ginger.
Ken hasn’t observed the 80/20 rule. For nutrition and glycemic index, 80% carrots and 20% pineapple & ginger combination.