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Vampiro Juice with Ginger

Jugo Vampiro.or Red Vampiro juice is also a short name for a Mexican street taco, cocktail with liqs, or as a refresher drink. In this post, you’ll get the all natural version of vampiro juice. Beets are a hit or miss with people, but when you try it, you wouldn’t believe it’s the drink inspo you’ve been missing.

I’m sharing my version, it’s the recipe you need to know about. Don’t have beets? Try my fresh Verde Juice instead.


What is a Vampiro

This one has always had a fun name. Really, it truly serves its mission for me, so what better way than to share the flavor.

It’s amongst the many natural juices that are highly nutritious from ingredient use of beetroot, carrot, celery, and orange.

For all menstrating humans your body absolutely signals when it’s craving nutrients (folate, vitamin A, and Iron just to name a few). Always question the things your body is feeling!

Vampiro juice is a healthy RED BEET DRINK.

Why You Should Try This Recipe

This recipe is for the fresh energy drink meant (gentle disclaimer – I’m not a doctor, but it’s what it does for me.) to give you a boost from natural beets, carrots, orange, and ginger.

If I’m not eating beets in a salad, sliced and dressed with balsamic or limon / queso de cabra (goat cheeze), or cup of borscht in NY, I’m getting my juiced roughage from a jugo vampiro.

I know it well and make it mostly from orange, carrots, and beets. My personal touch is omitting the celery and adding a small (i.e. about one square inch) piece of ginger.

The ginger is superfood spicy addition that puts the pep in my step.

Also, I share my process, because I’m not into funky aftertaste from all-natural body fu-el.

Take-Out Note from Erika – At juice spots on-the-go, I usually order my vampiro con jenjibre (ginger), which is extra $, because it’s not a traditional ingredient in the juice. Not all juice spots will have it available- this is your heads up! That’s why I make most of my jugos naturales at home, so I can make them with my preferred picks.

Ingredients

Grocery Quick List: FRESHEST of carrot, beet, orange, and ginger. Ice cube is optional.

  • 1 Beet
  • 3 Carrots
  • 1 Orange, lrg
  • Small piece of Ginger, like the photo below.
  • EQUIPMENT: Juicer, kitchen towel, glass to juice into.

Ingredient Notes / Variations

  • Carrots – even if the carrots have a few days on them, they can still be used for juicing, soups, or guisados.
    • If the skins are heavily damaged, after washing produce well, I’ll peel them before juicing. Preference and comfort of thorough washed produce is key over here.
    • Organic is always preferred, but wash it anyway.
  • Beet – fresh beets, no pre cooked or packaged. It must be in raw natural form.
    • Wash it well, really well. Remove stems with knife to avoid staining hands.
    • Cut into pieces that will go through your juicer.
    • Organic is always preferred, but wash it anyway.
  • Orange – Skin removed, the juicier and sweeter, the luckier you are in the future of enjoying your juice.
    • Remove skin and pull apart to feed the juicer.
    • Why do I remove the skin? It’s easy to remove orange peel from a single orange required for this single serving recipe. Leaving the skin on leaves bitterness, and I only want the best flavor for juice.
  • Ginger – can be purchased by the box or by piece. Source it at your local farmers market or supermarket.
    • Peeling the ginger is optional. I don’t peel it, I just wash the piece used well.
    • 1 square inch only, unless you like muy spicy.
    • Confirm with physician if on special medication. I care for you, please & thank you.

Like juice that’s extra sweet? On occasion when in season, I’ll add a scoop of fresh pomegranate to the juice (the lil red things are technically called pomegrante arils, but you know what I mean, I think!).

Resource: Learn about the 2024 Dirty Dozen List. It’ll sum up the importance of why we always recommend washing your produce thoroughly, we care!

Step-By-Step Instructions

How to Make our Vampiro Juice recipe

  1. Prep all vegetables used. Wash well, peel orange, and remove beet stems and cut.
  2. Place cup underneath the juicer spout and begin juicing. [I like starting with the citrus because it’s softer and lighter in color, then go by depth of each color.
    • [It’s strategic because I take my juices muy seriO] Don’t forget about the small piece of ginger, the small and mighty always comes in at the end. *The exception to my own rule, but it’s fine. 🙂
  3. Let cup sit at base until all juice has been extracted. About a full minute.
  4. Juice is Ready. All the colors of natural-freshness are lined up just for you to enjoy. Stir it with a spoon to mix all the flavor and drink a good juice.

A printer-friendly recipe card with instructions is available at the bottom of this post.

Juicer Clean-up

Cleaning the Juicer is one of the tedious task that often turns people off. Yes, I know it can feel like a mission, but you’ll build a flow, especially when you feel good drinking da juice!

Clean it within 20 minutes of juicing to avoid pulp and residue from sticking (which will then make it harder to clean). And compost the pulp if you can, your plants will thank you with blooms.

A good juicer can last a lifetime so long as you are good to it, and your lifestyle plans – si se puede. 🙂

Foods To Eat With [Beet] Vampiro Juice

A few foods that come to mind when thinking of what to eat 30-minutes after drinking juice…

  • Protein sources such as lean meats, tofu, or beans help balance the quick sugars from juice. This promotes staying full for longer.
  • Healthy fats from avocados, whole grains for fiber, nuts, seeds, or olive oil can help with the absorption of vitamins.

I’m proud of anyone doing their best to get their veggie-on, so here are your flowers!

Find your favorite flavor, there is a JUGO FOR EVERY BODY!

Pro Tips / Receta Notes

Recipe yield: 12 ounces vampiro juice. May vary depending on vegetable weights.

Storage: drink fresh, within the first 30 minutes of juicing for most nutrients and best taste. Otherwise, drink within first 24-hours.

All-Natural Vampiro Fresco

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DESCRIPTION

A fresh juice is good for you any time of the day, my top pick is Jugo Vampiro. The idea is to know your favorites and know how your body responds to them. I'm sharing my go to recipe made from beet root, carrot, orange, and ginger. It's ideal and just enough for you!
prep: 10 minutes
total: 10 minutes
servings: 1 person
calories: 154
category: Drinks
cuisine: Mexican, Mexican-American
keyword: all natural juices, Beet juice recipe, beetroot, beets, Drink Vampiro Juice, jugo vampiro, Vampiro Juice, Vampiro rojo Juice

Equipment

  • Juicer with extractor blade.
  • Knife
  • Peeler
  • Cup

Ingredients

  • 1 Beet medium, about 4 ounces
  • 3 Carrots
  • 1 Orange large
  • 1 inch Small piece of Ginger spicy and supergood.

Instructions 

To make Vampiro Juice

  • Prep all vegetables used. Wash well and thoroughly, especially the sweet stuff. Peel orange, and remove beet stems.
  • Place cup underneath the juicer spout and begin juicing. I like starting with the citrus because it’s softer and lighter in color, then go by depth of each color. Don’t forget about the small piece of ginger, the small and mighty always comes in at the end.
  • Let cup sit at base until all juice has been extracted. About a full minute.
  • Juice is Ready. Add an ice cube if you prefer it chilled.
  • All the colors of natural-freshness are lined up just for you to enjoy. Stir it with a spoon to mix all the flavor and drink a good for you juice.

Notes

  • Recipe yield: 12 ounces Vampiro Juice. May vary depending on vegetable weights.
  • Storage: drink fresh, within the first 30 minutes of juicing for most nutrients and best taste. Otherwise, my recommendation is to drink within first 24-hours.
  • Cleaning your juicer within 20 minutes of juicing helps avoid pulp and residue from sticking (which will then make it harder to clean and sticky).
  • Recipe time accounts for prep and juice time, not cleanup. Trust me, you’ll get used to it, and love your new juice ritual.
  • NUTRIENT NOTE: Fresh juice carries the highest nutritional value right after juicing but I would encourage taking in vegetables and fruits at whatever opportunity and access available. 

See the full recipe post for all the details shared from our experience in making this natural Vampiro recipe. Visit LatinasQueComen.com for all the details and more recipes for Jugos. Thank you for your support!

Nutrition

Nutrition Facts
Vampiro Juice with Ginger
Serving Size
 
12 ounces
Amount per Serving
Calories
154
% Daily Value*
Fat
 
1
g
2
%
Saturated Fat
 
0.1
g
1
%
Polyunsaturated Fat
 
0.3
g
Monounsaturated Fat
 
0.1
g
Sodium
 
260
mg
11
%
Potassium
 
1169
mg
33
%
Carbohydrates
 
35
g
12
%
Fiber
 
10
g
42
%
Sugar
 
20
g
22
%
Protein
 
5
g
10
%
Vitamin A
 
30630
IU
613
%
Vitamin C
 
20
mg
24
%
Calcium
 
89
mg
9
%
Iron
 
2
mg
11
%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
Nutrition Facts
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Equipment

  • Juicer with extractor
  • Knife
  • Vegetable Peeler
  • Cup to catch pressed juice

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