Carrot Coconut JuiceCarrot Coconut Juice Recipe is one of the mouth compelling yummy healthy recipes. As we are aware that carrot juice is good for eye disorders and filled with many nutritional values, just think if you have a mixture of coconut juice along with it. Apart from its nutritional values, it’s good for the people who are on diet.

If you are planning to have this juice recipe after having workouts then I recommend adding banana’s and a bit cinnamon powder to Carrot Coconut Juice Recipe to fulfill nutritional requirements. As bananas aids repairing cramped muscles as it’s rich in potassium and cinnamon stick has natural inflammatory properties. Also, this recipe has abundant vitamin C which aids in tissue repair which is important for any athlete.

Similarly, for people who are weak and need to boost your immunity system, you can add orange extract. This will make sweet, tangling and refreshing energy drink which every person in your family love to have it. As I mentioned refreshing, you can add a little mint to garnish.

Ingredients for Carrot Coconut Juice:

Carrots – 4 no.

Coconut (grated) – 1 cup

Sugar – 2 tbsp.

Ginger – small piece

Water – 2 glasses

How to Make Carrot Coconut Juice Recipe:

 

  • Clean the outer layer of the carrot with water and peel gently. You can just rub the outer layer with the sharp knife.
  • Add Coconut, carrots, ginger, and sugar to the mixer and make the smooth paste.

 

Tip: Sugar is optional if you are not a diabetic patient adding sugar enhances its flavor.

 

  • Add water to dilute the concentration.
  • Carrot Coconut Juice is ready, serve chilled by adding ice cubes or refrigerate.

 

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Ingredients:

Carrot – 1 no.

Coconut water – 1 cup

Lemon juice – 1 tbsp.

How to Make Carrot Coconut Juice Recipe:

  • Clean carrot and slice into small pieces.
  • Add sliced pieces, coconut water and lemon juice in a blender.
  • Blend for 5-10 minutes until you get the smooth extract.
  • Pour into a serving glass and garnish with the lemon slice to the edge of the glass.

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