I love carrot juice and I love papaya, and what better way to enjoy these nutritious flavors but in a carrot-papaya whole juice!
What’s a “whole juice”? It’s a juice made in a blender instead of a juicer, which maintains important fiber giving you the best of both worlds when it comes to blending and juicing.
I added a splash of lime to give this juice a bit of a zing! I didn’t put a lot in, but you can still taste it. You can also add a tiny bit of ginger too.
Carrots are loaded with vitamin A (as beta-carotene), vitamin C and antioxidants.
This recipe makes about 20 ounces of juice, or one serving.
While there is no scientific evidence that papaya will cause miscarriages, some cultures are rumored to use it to induce miscarriage. I would recommend pregnant women avoiding eating large amounts of papaya.
Papaya-Carrot Whole Juice Recipe
- 1 cup fresh carrot juice *
- 2 cups papaya, cubed
- About 1 teaspoon fresh squeezed lime juice
Add all the ingredients to your blender (see my blender recommendations) and blend on medium for 10 seconds.
Pour into a glass and enjoy!
* You can either buy fresh carrot juice at a health food store or juice your own carrots before blending with papaya in this recipe. Juicing five medium carrots should provide about one cup of carrot juice, depending on your juicer and the size/freshness of your carrots. If you blend whole carrots instead of juicing them, this recipe will turn out more like a smoothie.
Calcium: 12% RDA (Recommended Daily Allowance)
Vitamin A: 2066% RDA
Vitamin C: 257% RDA
Serving Size: One.
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