Easy Red Rocket Juice Recipe. A super nutritional juice that will supercharge your body with fuel and a blast of energy! Ready in 10 minutes or less and tastes amazing! Made with beet, carrot, celery and orange.
It is summer vacation and my kids are busy with summer workshops and having play dates. This means my children may bring home extra, unwanted germs. Any signs of illness in my house means I bring out my juicer to help combat any viruses they may come in contact with! The best part is, it only takes 10 minutes of my day!
Juicing is a fantastic and quick way to knock out germs with fast results. It also provides fuel for your body and gives super nutrition for your cells. Juicing is always the first nutritional protocol I take when illness strikes or we are in need of more energy. All it takes is pulling out my favorite juicer and popping in nutrient rich fruits and veggies. Who could say no to that?
Why I Started Juicing
I was inspired by Jack Lalanne who was a pioneer to the juicing movement. He endorsed it so much on TV that I started looking into the health benefits of juicing. I discovered that juicing is a powerful detoxifier. When my son had severe eczema, I used to give him fresh juices and it was amazing how fast his skin would clear up! It was the detoxifying effects and rich enzymes that helped his eczema clear up faster.
This week I made an Easy Red Rocket Juice. This brightly colored juice had my kids salivating instead of complaining about feeling under the weather!
Benefits of Easy Red Rocket Juice
- Beets give the juice a bright reddish color and helps cleanse your kidneys.
- Carrots cleanse the digestive system and give good nutrients to your eyes.
- Celery contains vitamin K which is essential for blood clotting.
- Oranges contain vitamin C that neutralize free radicals.
- Easy Red Rocket Juice is High in Vitamin C, A, and Folate.
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How to Make Easy Red Rocket Juice
I love going to the farmer’s market on a Saturday morning to get a break from our busy life during the week. This recipe only takes 4 ingredients so it is very easy to find what you need at a local, outdoor market or grocery store. Chances are, you have a few of these ingredients on hand, already.
I pre-wash the carrots and beet before adding them to the juicer. Next, I wipe down the celery with a damp wash cloth or paper towel to get off any excess dirt. Then I peel the 3 small oranges and keep the orange peels for other recipes.
Fun tip: Keep the orange peels in a ziploc bag, freeze, and pull out when you may need them.
Add all of your ingredients through your juicer, a few at a time. Serve immediately for best results. My favorite juicer to use is the Breville 900-Watt Juicer. The Breville has 5 speed settings and makes juicing quick and easy! It also makes clean-up a breeze.
If you want to see how quick and easy this recipe is then watch my video below and make it with me!
Easy Red Rocket Juice Video Tutorial:
As a mom, I love using quick and easy ways to help my children’s health and immunity. No medicine or trip to the doctor needed for this one; just a delicious drink packed full of vitamins and nutrients! I also know you are super busy, so if you can’t fit in 10 minutes to juice then you can purchase some at a local juice stop!
Try this recipe out and let us know what you think! Did you have more energy and feel better after trying our refreshing juice?
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Easy Red Rocket Juice Recipe. A super nutritional juice that is high in vitamin C, A and Folate. Ready in 10 minutes or less and tastes amazing. Made with beet, carrot, celery and orange.
- 1 Whole Beet
- 2 lbs carrots
- 5 stalks of celery
- 3 small oranges
- Run all ingredients through a juicer and serve.
- Juice may be stored in a sealed glass jar in the fridge for up to 2 days.
It is best to fill jar to the top to keep freshness when storing juice in the fridge. The least amount of oxygen in your container, the longer it will keep.