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Enjoy this delicious carrot juice. Carrot contains nourishing and antioxidant properties, helps us cleanse our digestive canal, cleanse the liver and balance our endocrine system, so it would also help us lose weight.
I still remember that the thing I liked least when I was little was having to take those weird juices that my mother made, and one of them was the carrot juice, definitely in those days the thing I least liked was the taste of that juice, but she made me take it, so I’m more lazy to catch him.
Now and after many years, I thank you for doing that with me, because I know and understand that I didn’t do it for evil much less for sport, but that I did it to take care of my health, and especially to take care of my eyes. That’s why I like to make carrot juice now, I like it too much and I also know that with that juice I’m nourishing my body and taking care of my health.
Can carrot juice only be made in milk?
Carrot juice is a juice that we can make in the extractor, where only the carrot juice comes out and no other liquid is added, we can also prepare it in the blender and add water, or in our case, milk.
I chose milk as it brings a very particular flavor to carrot juice, I love the combination of both ingredients, but you can choose to choose other liquid media other than milk.
Another very important decision is to choose whether to sweeten it or not, I leave that to your liking, and if you do, choose the sweetener that you like the most.
I hope you’ll be encouraged to make this delicious juice at home.
If you guys are looking for some other easy recipes, check these out: Fruit Cocktail.
Carrot Juice RecipePrint Pin Comentar
- 2 medium carrots.
- 2 glasses of milk or to taste.
- Sugar to taste.
- 1/2 teaspoon optional vanilla essence.
- Wash and peel carrots nicely and cut into small pieces.
- Add them to the blender, add the sugar, vanilla essence and milk.
- blend a few seconds until everything is well integrated.
- Pass the smoothie through a colander to remove the pulp from the carrot, and you’re done.