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Orange and Carrot Juice

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Adjust Servings:
3 medium sized carrots
2 medium oranges
1 tbsp chia seeds

Nutritional information

247 Kcal
3 g
56 g
7 g
Dietary Fiber
32 g
6 g

Orange and Carrot Juice

  • Veg
  • 5 mins
  • Serves 2
  • Easy



A tall glass of Orange Carrot juice is the perfect answer, when you get a hankering for a subtly sweet and delicious beverage to quench your thirst. Served over ice, the tangy and sweet juice is a healthy treat for any day of the year.

The juice is made by combining the flavors of zesty, tart and sweet oranges; and earthy sweet carrots. Fresh ingredients are blended together to create a nutrition packed cold beverage for the health conscious people to enjoy.

In this version of the recipe, we make the drink even better for your health with an addition of a tablespoonful of chia seeds. Easy and quick to make, the juice is a quick remedy for a pick me up during the day, when you want to have a healthy beverage.

Health Benefits

Both carrots and oranges have numerous qualities that are beneficial for health. Carrots have abundant resources of dietary fiber, vitamin C, Vitamin B6, folate; and other minerals like magnesium, potassium, calcium and magnesium. They are also rich in beta-carotene, which is beneficial for the improvement of eyesight, skin health and other aspects of health. Similarly, oranges are rich with vitamin C, dietary fiber, choline and potassium which are all beneficial for cardiac health.

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How to Make Orange and Carrot Juice

  1. Wash the carrots thoroughly to remove all traces of dirt from each carrot; peel and cut the carrots into smaller pieces.
  2. Peel the rind and remove the pith of the oranges, and take out all the seeds from the fruit.
  3. Add the carrot pieces to a juicer and press out the juice, then juice the oranges.
  4. Stir the juice together, and add chia seeds to the glass and mix well.
  5. Let the chia seeds soak in the juice for 5 minutes to get plump.
  6. Add ice to the glass and serve immediately.


  • Did you know that carrots are known as some of the most nutritional vegetables, with excellent sources of beta-carotene and other nutrient? You can get one serving of your daily recommended vegetable sources by consuming only one medium sized carrot or a handful of baby carrots.
  • Did you know that the baby carrots we get in super markets are not actually young carrots? Carrot suppliers peel and cut sown damaged parts of carrots down to the shape that we see being sold as “baby carrots”.
  • Contrary to what many people believe, oranges are not named after their color. Instead the word orange is derived from the Sanskrit word naranga, which comes from the Tamil word naru; and means “fragrant”.

In Greek mythology, oranges were known as the fruit of the Gods, referring to them as “golden apples” that were stolen by the Demigod, Hercules.

Noel Zola

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