Blueberry Carrot Juice Recipe
To begin this recipe you will first need to take out your juice machine and plug it in. At this point I like to give my juicer a quick inspection, just to make sure it's dust and debris free.
Moving along, next you will want to wash and rinse your carrots under cool running tap water.
Next take out a metal strainer and thoroughly wash and rinse your blueberries, making sure that you remove all of those pesky little blueberry stems.
Now that your fruit and veggies are ready, place a tall glass under the juice spout, turn on the machine, and begin feeding your produce through the juicer.
Blueberries contain a lot of juice, so your glass should fill quickly. If you feel you want more carrot juice, adjust your proportions accordingly.
Once your juice has been made, stir it up using a swizzle stick or a long straw. As a garnish option, consider adding a whole fresh mint sprig to your glass.