How to Make Carrot Juice at Home

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If you’re in a hurry to reach work and have no time to make breakfast, we have the perfect meal for you. It will not only be filling but will also ensure that you consume the right amount of nutrients, first thing in the morning. Well, we’re talking about carrot juice, which is nothing short of a ‘miracle concoction’ filled with all the nutrient goodness you wish to consume in the first meal of your day.

Juicing of carrots gives you most of the live enzymes present in it. A single glass of carrot juice is packed with vitamins and minerals that help in cleansing the liver, boosting metabolism, and increasing immunity. With raw carrots, some water, and a little bit of effort, you can make this refreshing vegetable juice at home! Now, leave aside what you’re doing for a bit and take a look at the step by step procedure to make this health drink.

2 bottles of fresh carrot juice with straws inside, whole and halved carrots and cilantro leaves on a wooden table
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How To Make Carrot Juice

Your daily dose of nutrients in the form of a delicious carrot juice drink!
Prep Time15 mins
Total Time15 mins
Course: Beverage
Cuisine: Asian
Keyword: carrot juice
Appliance: Blender, Refrigerator
Servings: 1 glass


  • 6 Carrot
  • 1 cup water (filtered)


  • Wash the carrots under running water and scrub them properly using a brush to remove all the dirt from the skin surface.
    Fresh and sweet carrots on a wooden table
  • Using a sharp knife, chop the head (the greens on the broader end) of carrots and cut them into small round pieces.
  • Add the chopped carrots and one cup of water to the blender. Blend it well.
  • Stretch a piece of cheesecloth or a nut milk bag over a mason jar or a glass. Slowly pour the blended mixture through it.
  • With the help of the cheesecloth or nut milk bag, squeeze the pulp out repeatedly to extract as much juice as possible. Refrigerate the leftover pulp. It can be used to flavor muffins, cakes, and even bread.
  • If you prefer to have it chilled, you may add a few ice cubes to the drink. Now sit back, relax and enjoy your drink!
    2 bottles of fresh carrot juice with straws inside, whole and halved carrots and cilantro leaves on a wooden table


To double the health benefits, try mixing carrot juice with some orange juice. It tastes yummy!
You may add more water to your carrot juice to adjust the thickness and taste as per your choice.
The juice starts losing its antioxidant properties and nutrition, therefore, it is advisable to drink it immediately. If you'd like to store it, refrigerate it and consume within 24 hours.

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An alumnus of St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai, Komal is a quirky writer. She loves to add a touch of creativity to everything she does. She has a diverse background in teaching biology, working as an analyst, and freelancing as a content writer. There are only two ways she can express herself, first is words and second is dance.

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