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: 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!
Keyword apple juice, carrot juice, fresh juice, juicing
Prep Time 5 minutes
Servings 1 serving
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
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)
Author Jessica Burgess