Root Veggie Juice

5 from 3 votes

Get a healthy dose of vitamins and minerals with this delicious juice recipe. Combine the sweetness of apples with the earthiness of beets, and add the bright flavors of carrots and celery. A hint of ginger adds a spicy kick and also helps with digestion. This juice is perfect for a morning pick-me-up or an afternoon refresher.


My Favorite Autumn Juice

It’s officially autumn, aka my absolute favorite season. Pumpkin spice lattes, cozy soups, yellow leaves, I’m here for it all. Whenever the seasons change, I’m automatically drawn to recipes that are in sync with those changes. Salads and fruity smoothies give way to veggie bowls and soups, but I do like to incorporate fresh juices all year round. I just slightly switch up the ingredients, which leads me to this root veggie juice recipe. Rather than watermelon and other summer fruits, I prioritize root vegetables like beets, carrots, sweet potatoes, ginger, and turmeric. I love starting my day this way or enjoying is mid-afternoon. Here’s my exact go-to root veggie combo.

What You’ll Need to Make This Root Veggie Juice

  • Carrots
  • Beet(s)
  • Celery
  • Apples
  • Ginger

How to Make This Root Veggie Juice

Simply wash your produce, cut larger fruits and vegetables into smaller pieces, add them to your juicer, and let the magic happen. Tip: Don’t forget to clean or at least rinse your juicer right away.

The Juicer I Use

The juicer I personally use (and love) is the Nama Well J2 slow juicer. (You can get 10% off any of their juicers if you use my discount code “VEGANRESET” at checkout).



Root Veggie Juice

This juice is the perfect way to celebrate the beginning of the new season!
5 from 3 votes
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Prep Time: 10 minutes
Servings: 750 mL (about 3 cups)
Author: Kim-Julie Hansen


  • 1 thumb fresh ginger root
  • 10 carrots
  • 1 large beet or 2 small beets
  • 2 apples
  • 3-5 celery stalks


  • Wash the produce. 
  • Add it to your juicer (cutting larger fruits and veggies into small pieces.)
  • Add everything to your juicer, juice it. 
  • Strain the juice (optionally). 
  • Enjoy!

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