How to Make a Healthy Carrot Smoothie
This carrot smoothie is silky smooth and full of fruity flavor, with citrus accents from the pineapples and the sweetness of the carrot and mangoes.
This easy 5-minute carrot smoothie is made from pure carrot juice, oat milk, fresh ginger, banana, pineapple, and mango. It is dairy-free, gluten-free, and vegan making it the best drink for the whole family.
Carrot juice: Use just 100% pure carrot juice; do not use a mixture of carrot juices. You can also use fresh carrots in your smoothie, simply cut them into pieces and add them to the blender.
Milk: Use whichever milk works best for you and your family, such as oat milk, coconut milk, soy milk, or normal milk. Use additional carrot juice or pineapple juice as an alternative if you'd rather not use any milk at all.
Frozen bananas: Since they add extra coolness and creaminess to smoothies, frozen bananas are always the finest option.
Frozen fruits: Frozen fruit is a requirement. Include frozen pieces of mango and pineapple in the smoothie to give it a sweet, delectable flavor that helps keep your smoothie icy cold.
Fresh ginger: Fresh ginger is tasty in smoothies and is thought to calm upset stomachs, fight infections, and strengthen the immune system.
Here is how you can make yourself a glass of thick, creamy carrot smoothie full of irresistible fruity flavor and vibrant color.
1 cup fresh carrot juice
1 cup oat milk or milk of choice
1 large banana
1 cup frozen pineapple
1 cup frozen mango
1 cup ice cubes
½ tablespoon fresh ginger
First, add the liquids, carrot juice, and milk to the blender.
Next, add the solid and frozen ingredients including all the fruits, ginger, and ice cubes.
Process until the frozen fruit and the ginger is fully blended.
Pour the smoothie into a glass and drink it as it is best served immediately.
Although carrots are not the first ingredients that come to mind when making a smoothie, the orange color they give smoothies is pretty intriguing. Smoothies with carrots taste great, especially if you include tropical fruits like mango and pineapple. This is a perfect way to get nutrients from carrots if you do not like chewing on crunchy carrot pieces.