Welcome to a tantalizing and refreshing journey of flavors with our Red Bell Pepper Carrot Juice infused with Orange and Tomato! This vibrant and nutritious beverage is the perfect elixir to invigorate your senses and provide your body with essential vitamins and minerals. Combining the natural sweetness of carrots, the tangy zest of oranges, the robust flavors of red bell peppers, and the subtle taste of tomatoes, this juice offers a unique and delightful fusion that will leave your taste buds begging for more. Prepare to dive into this deliciously invigorating experience that promises not only a burst of flavors but also an abundance of health benefits to energize and nourish you from within.
Opting for a Red Bell Pepper Carrot Juice infused with Orange and Tomato is an excellent choice for numerous reasons, one of which is its potential to boost your energy levels. The natural sugars found in the ingredients provide a steady source of energy without causing the dreaded sugar crash associated with artificial sweeteners. By consuming this juice, you can fuel your day with clean, sustained energy and feel revitalized.
Another significant advantage of this juice is its ability to contribute to a healthy and balanced diet. Packed with antioxidants from its colorful ingredients, it can help protect your body against free radicals and oxidative stress, which are linked to various chronic diseases.
The juice is also rich in phytonutrients, such as carotenoids and flavonoids, which play a crucial role in supporting overall health and wellness.
Furthermore, the low-calorie nature of this juice makes it a perfect choice for those looking to maintain a healthy weight without compromising on taste. Combining these benefits with its enticing flavor profile, this juice becomes a must-try for anyone seeking a nutritious and appetizing addition to their daily routine.
This red juice recipe is made with just a few fresh ingredients:
- Red bell pepper: is vitamin C and antioxidant-rich; red bell peppers contribute to immune system support and add a distinct, slightly sweet flavor to the juice.
- Carrot: Loaded with beta-carotene, which converts to vitamin A in the body, carrots improve vision and promote healthy skin while providing natural sweetness.
- Orange: High in vitamin C and natural citrus flavors, oranges enhance the immune system and add a refreshing tang to the juice.
- Tomato: A good source of vitamin C, potassium, and lycopene, tomatoes support heart health and provide a subtle, savory undertone to the blend.
- Ginger root: Known for its anti-inflammatory and digestive benefits, ginger root adds a zesty kick and warmth to the juice, elevating its overall flavor.
See the recipe card for quantities.
This bell pepper juice involves 3 simple steps.
- Washing and preparing your ingredients. Peel the orange. Removing the skin and white parts.
- Chopping in sizable chunks.
- Juicing your veggies, fruit, and ginger roots.
Remove the orange peels and devein the red bell peppers.
Place all the juice ingredients in the juicer's vase.
You will be left with the pulp but use it for compost or a smoothie.
Hint: if you don’t have time, you can freeze the pulp and use it for carrot patties.
Hint: if you want to make this healthy juice but don't have a juicer yet, you can use a blender with a nut milk bag to separate the remaining pulp from the fresh juice.
Read on: how to juice without a juicer (fully-explained technique) or see how to do it for this drink on the recipe card.
Also, have a look at our juice storing tips to understand better how to keep your leftover juices and retain as many of their ingredients' nutrients as possible.
- Red bell pepper - use orange or yellow peppers instead. Keep in mind that the flavor will be slightly different, and the red color will be considerably different. I don't recommend using green bell peppers because they are significantly more bitter than red, orange, and even yellow peppers, but you can use green bell pepper in green juices where you balance it with fruits with a sweet profile
- Orange - use mandarine oranges or clementines instead. We have also tried Kiwi for a change, and it's yummy!
- Carrot - substitute with half a beet.
📖 Variations and more carrot healthy recipes
Try out some carrot ginger juicer variations with the following:
- Cucumber - Hydrate yourself during the hot summer months with carrot cucumber juice.
- Celery - Try our carrot celery juice for optimal sight and skin benefits.
- Turmeric - This carrot ginger turmeric juice and carrot orange ginger juice are packed with antioxidants to keep you healthy during the winter months
- Sweet potato - ever tried sweet potatoes in juice? you are missing out! Energize your morning with this carrot and sweet potatoes juice to start the day, or take it to work as a pick-me-up healthy snack.
- Pineapple - Fighting inflammation? This juice with anti-inflammatory ingredients like lemon and celery is your answer.
- Beets - Thinking detox? This carrot beetroot detox juice is what you want to aim for.
- Cabbage - our carrots and cabbage juice is great for a liver detox, while you learn the easy art of juicing cabbage.
- Lemon and garlic - if you are feeling under the water, your nose is running, and have coughing symptoms, this is the best juice for cold and flu.
Juicer - choose a cold-pressed juicer (affiliate link)over a centrifugal juicer. They are more expensive but are definitely the best option in the long run. They yield more juice, and since there is no heat involved as there is in centrifugal users, your juice preserves more nutrients and oxidizes slower (lasts more).
- Blender- if you don't have a juicer, you will need a high-speed blender (affiliate link) and,
- Mesh strainer- when making juice, use a regular colander or nut milk bag. We recommend using the same ones we use to make almond milk.
- Bowl - It is always better to use a large bowl (affiliate link) to work the blender method without making a mess in the kitchen early in the morning.
Store this carrot juice in a BPA-free (affiliate link), tightly sealed container in the fridge for up to 3 days.
You can freeze this red juice in an airtight container, but it doesn't stand up well to freezing for more than 3 months. It will never reach the same nutrient density as fresh juice, but you will still enjoy its health benefits.
Want another red juice option? Try our pure strawberry juice.
💡 Top tip
Carrot and red bell peppers are great in sweet drinks and savory dishes too! Try out the vegan carrot tart!
✅ Red pepper carrot juice benefits
- Immune system support: This juice is packed with vitamin C from red bell peppers, oranges, and tomatoes, which helps strengthen the immune system and protect against infections and diseases.
- Anti-inflammatory properties: Ginger in the juice has natural anti-inflammatory compounds that can help alleviate symptoms of inflammation-related conditions, such as arthritis and muscle soreness.
- Improved digestion: Ginger root is known to soothe the digestive system and help alleviate symptoms of indigestion, bloating, and nausea, promoting better gut health overall.
- Heart health: The potassium and lycopene found in tomatoes, along with the antioxidants from other ingredients, can contribute to improved cardiovascular health by regulating blood pressure and reducing oxidative stress on the heart.
- Enhanced skin health: The combined power of vitamin A from carrots, vitamin C from red bell peppers, oranges, and tomatoes, and antioxidants from all the ingredients helps to maintain healthy skin by promoting collagen production, fighting free radicals, and reducing inflammation.
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Red Bell Pepper Carrot Juice with Orange, Tomato and Ginger
- 1 kiwi peeled
- ¼ lemon
- Wash vegetables and fruits thoroughly.
- Remove the red bell pepper's green tops and the white veins.
- Peel the oranges.
- Cut all the ingredients into an appropriate size to fit the juicer to blend.
- Juice. Add all the ingredients into the juicer, starting with the soft ones, followed by the tougher ones.
- You can serve immediately or store closed in an airtight container for up to 3 days if using a cold press juicer or 24 hours if using a centrifugal user.
- Add the ingredients into a high-speed blender and 2 cups of filtered water.
- Blend for 1 minute.
- Strain with a strainer or a nut milk bag.
- You can serve it immediately or store closed in an airtight container for up to 24 hours.
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