Brocco-Carrot Vegetable Juice Recipe | Broccoli, Carrots and Apples

Rich Donahue

I am a natural health enthusiast and hold a Bachelor's Degree in Natural Health from the Sandy Hill Institute for Natural Sciences. My website PRIME Juicers is dedicated to people who enjoy juicing and want to improve their health and lose weight by juicing fresh fruits and vegetables. I also write about blending, nutrition and natural health. Please join me and have fun juicing! (I may be an affiliate for products that I recommend. If you purchase those items from my links I will earn a commission. You will not pay more when buying a product through my link.)

15 Responses

  1. Victor says:

    Broccoli is always my all time favorite especially in the salad. Must admit this mix with carrot for vegetable juice is quite ingenious. Will give it a try hopefully i will love the taste too.

  2. Christine says:

    Hi Rich!
    I really like the taste of broccoli, nonetheless, I can’t imagine something I use as a salad to be part of a sugary juice. Maybe it’s because I never tried that combination but I am afraid to mix salty and sugary and get bad results. How do you convince your brain that a broccoli, which is usually a “salty vegetable” can be used as a juice ingredient?

  3. Edward says:

    I made it with mango instead of apple and it make it more sweet.

  4. Filip

    Thank you for a great recipe, Rich! 🙂

    I was few weeks ago on a diet seminarium and instructor told me about great pro tip for broccoli: it’s good to leave brocolli in a sunny place for about 30 minutes before we cut it, because then most of azotans will go out from broccoli.

  5. David says:

    Having great juice is a great way to stay healthy and active

  6. Erwin says:

    Hi Mr Rich,

    I have never tried this combination before, especially with broccoli. It was not in my mind. Perhaps with the addition of some tomatoes will give us a little better taste. I thought.

  7. Enerjuiced says:

    A neat trick that I’ve found for spicing up my broccoli-heavy recipes is to spice it up with some tomato, pepper and a little Jalapeno. The spicy mix makes it taste a little closer to a Bloody Mary instead of a Broccoli-colada. 🙂

  8. Aayna says:

    I am the religious lover of broccoli and I am always in a hunt for different recipes of broccoli. This is the prime reason for me landing on to this post. Thanks for giving me a new and worthy recipe.

  9. Fatima says:

    I love to eat broccoli, and not only because of its nutritional value,but I surprisingly enough, I really like the taste as well! I would love to give out this juice a try! 🙂

  10. Kate

    I’ve JUST gotten into this myself, which is how I found your site, do you recommend a juicer or getting something like a really high quality blender (like a Vitamix) to make your drinks?

    • Rich Donahue

      Hi Kate! Both juicing and blending are great. I started juicing first a long time ago and then started using a blender later on and blending up fruit smoothies. The smoothies will fill you up because they don’t extract the fiber, but if you want to take on cleansing and detoxing, like I do, then juicing is the way to go. I like doing both, but juicing is my favorite.

      I would suggest doing both if you can. Some people juice their veggies and blend their fruits. Vitamix are excellent if you go that route.

      Best of luck to you and thank you for commenting!
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