How to Juice Carrots With the Magic Bullet

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How to Juice Carrots With the Magic Bullet
Carrot juice is rich in vitamin A. (saft image by Silvia Bogdanski from

The Magic Bullet is a product from Homeland Housewares that functions as a juicer, blender and food processor. The machine comes with many accessories, one of which is a juice extractor for fruits and vegetables. Carrots are very dense vegetables and produce very little liquid, and extracting large quantities of carrot juice can be difficult.

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Things you need

  • Magic Bullet blender with juicer attachments
  • Magic Bullet cross blade
  • Carrots

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  1. 1

    Assemble the Magic Bullet Juicer with its pitcher, plunger and cross blade according to the instructions in the Magic Bullet manual.

  2. 2

    Place the carrots close to you so they are within reach while you prepare your juice. To save time, you might choose to use baby carrots, which are pre-peeled and pre-washed, and fit nicely into the juice extractor.

  3. 3

    Pop out the circular centre of the pitcher lid and secure the pitcher on the base, turning it clockwise until it locks. Plug the machine into a power outlet.

  4. 4

    While the machine runs, insert the carrots into the centre of the extractor (via the "pop top" of the blender lid), and push them down using the plunger.

  5. 5

    With the lid still on and the extractor firmly in place, pour the carrot juice out of the pitcher.

Tips and warnings

  • Add apples or oranges to create larger quantities of juice.
  • If too much pulp builds up inside the extractor, unlock the machine and remove the pulp to make room for more carrots.
  • Save the discarded carrot pulp to make a healthy and delicious condiment.
  • If the blade gets stuck on a piece of carrot during juicing, turn off the machine to clear the obstruction, then resume juicing.
  • If the Magic Bullet overheats and shuts off, unplug it for a couple of hours.
  • To prevent damage to the motor, never let it run for longer than a minute at a time.

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