Apple Carrot Juice & Additional Mix-In Ideas

Apple Carrot Juice & Additional Mix-In Ideas

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iKich Slow Juicer Review

iKich Slow Juicer

In case you aren’t able to watch the video, here are some of the features of the ikich juicer I’m using…

    -2 masticating speeds & reverse function
    -Higher juice yield(Up to 90%, smoother taste and more nutritious)
    -Easy to assemble & clean( Easily clean the accessories under tap water with a cleaning brush.)
    -Low noise (This is such a nice feature compared to my super loud juicer that I have.)
    -Safe operation (without any sharp blades) – I feel better about my kids using this with me.
    -Come with 500ML BPA-free portable bottle and cleaning brush
    -Lifetime support & from IKICH

Pros/Cons of this Juicer Compared to my Larger, Fast Juicer:


    It’s small, so it doesn’t take up a lot of counter space and it’s not a pain in the butt to get out of storage
    The slow juicing can be more nutritious than the juice that a faster juicer produces
    It’s easy to assemble/disassemble
    Easy to clean
    Very quiet compared to my big juicer


    It’s small, so I can only make about one serving in the time that I can make 3-4 with my bigger juicer. This is a pro if you’re just usually juicing for one person.
    It’s slow, so if you’re on-the-go and need something quickly, this may slow you down a few minutes.

Apple Carrot Juice

Apple Carrot Juice: A quick look at the apple-carrot juice that my family loves and other fruits and veggies that we love to add in at times!

 Course Drinks

 Cuisine American

 Keyword apple juice, carrot juice, fresh juice, juicing

 Prep Time 5 minutes

 Servings 1 serving

 Calories 239kcal


    2 carrots
    2 apples


Wash carrots and apples

Depending on the size of your juicer, you may need to cut the fruit/veggies in order to fit. (Peeling/coring/taking out seeds should not matter, and typically, leaving those on is just fine!)

Turn on your juicer and place carrots/apples (one at a time) in to the juicer.

Once all is juiced, stir and enjoy!


The size of your apples/carrots can change the nutritional value, and the type of juicer you use may also factor in with how to prep your veggies/fruits. See blog post for other ideas of what fruits and veggies you can add to this carrot and apple juice for a spin on different flavors and juicing recipes!


Serving: 8oz | Calories: 239kcal | Carbohydrates: 62g | Protein: 2g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 88mg | Potassium: 780mg | Fiber: 12g | Sugar: 44g | Vitamin A: 20578IU| Vitamin C: 24mg | Calcium: 62mg | Iron: 1mg

Juicing Recipes

Although there are a TON of juicing recipes out there, I wanted to give you some additional fruit/veggie ideas that you could add to a basic apple/carrot juice if you like.

Along with apple carrot juice, you can add (yet, not limited to):

    oranges/halos (although peelings these are recommended, as the peel can give a bitter taste to the juice)

    •     spinach
    •     kale
    •     grapes
    •     beets
    •     celery
    •     blueberries
    •     pears
    •     plums
    •     grapefruit
    •     pineapple
    •     lemons/limes (use with caution, not to use too much or it may hurt your belly and really overpower the juice)
    •     peaches (those are super pulpy, causing a thicker texture)
    •     strawberries (these also tend to create a thicker, “juice” or pulp.


       Author Jessica Burgess