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Jamaican beetroot juice recipe

Learn how to make beetroot juice juice the Jamaican way. Have beetroot juice two juice two ways. Simple recipe!

Jamaican beetroot juice, with and without milk

There are two ways that Jamaican beetroot juice is normally made, one sweeten with milk and the other flavoured with ginger, lime and sugar. Your beetroot juice options just multiplied and both ways taste great.

I never liked vegetables growing up but for some reason when my grandmother made vegetable drinks I always love the taste.

Whether is was carrot, pumpkin, breadfruit or tomato, I would drink the juice but hated to eat the vegetables. But as an adult I love my vegetable both ways!

How To Make Beetroot Juice

beetroot juice recipe

Jamaican beetroot drink is very easy to make, without milk, all you need is a few beetroot, lime juice, ginger, water and a sweetener. When my grandmother use to make this drink she would blend all the ingredients together but with advance technology, I now use a juicer. 

There is a difference in taste between my grandmother beetroot juice and how I make the drink, because I do not have to add water when I use a juicer, which makes the beetroot more potent in my drink. 

Even though I usually use a juicer to make my beetroot drink without milk, I am sharing my grandmother’s method for this recipe.

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I think Jamaican beetroot juice with milk is my favourite out o the two. As a child my grandmother would leave the bits in the juice and I loved chewing on the beetroot bits.

I remembered my grandmother cooking the beetroot before using it to make the drink even though she wouldn’t when she was making carrot and beetroot juice.

I tried making the drink from both cooked and uncooked beetroot and I like the taste and texture when the beetroot is uncooked.

But for this recipe I tried my grandmother’s method and cooked the beetroot first.

beetroot juice recipe

There are many reasons apart from the great taste to try beetroot juice, it is a great source for fibre, iron and a number of vitamins. Other health benefits includes improving digestion, reducing blood pressure and lower the risk of diabetes. 

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  • Jamaican Carrot & Beetroot,
  • Carrot Juice Recipe

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Jamaican beetroot juice, with and without milk

Jamaican beetroot juice recipe

Make beetroot drink with are without milk. Both taste great but you decide which is better after trying both.
4.67 from 9 votes
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Course: Drinks
Cuisine: Jamaican
Keyword: Jamaican beetroot juice recipe
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes
Servings: 6 Servings
Calories: 218kcal
Author: Lesa


Without Milk

  • 4 beetroot peeled and chopped in 4
  • 2 large limes
  • water
  • 4 cm piece ginger may or may not peel
  • sugar to sweeten

With Milk

  • 7 beetroot
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • ½ tsp nutmeg
  • ½ cup condense milk or to your taste
  • water


Without Milk

  • Add the beetroot and ginger to the blender and enough water to cover the beetroot. Cover and blend until smooth
  • Strain into a container, add the juice for the lime then sweeten to taste.
  • Serve cold.

With Milk

  • Wash and peel each beetroot, put in a pot and cover with boiling water. Put to cook for 5 to 10 minutes or until the beetroot is soft.
  • Turn the heat off and leave to cool.
  • Once cool, pour in a blender, add the vanilla extract, nutmeg and blend until smooth.
  • Sweeten to taste with condense milk and put to chilli. Best serve cold


If you decided not to boil the beetroot before blending, use unsweetened milk instead of water to blend the beetroot. 


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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.


  1. 5 stars
    I love you juice, the ginger juice was so good. Thanks

  2. 5 stars
    Back in days and still now we never boil beetroot or carrot because we didn’t have blenders we had to grate Ana squeeze it 2 or 3 times mix with condense milk spiced with almond and rose water nutmeg and a little white rum that was our Sunday drink or soursop juice there’s people who still don’t have blender or juicer and they still enjoy these juices

  3. 5 stars
    I didnt even know I had to boil the beetroot I grew up with it just being blended and add milk n stuff…but I tried both ways without boiling and it’s still great

  4. I boil the the beets, ginger and whatever vegetables, fruits l want the let the juice sit for a day because I don’t like the particles in the bottom from the blender

  5. Evelyn Graham

    I always baked my beetroot and sliced it up . Enjoy it with steamed fish

  6. 5 stars
    I enjoy beetroot salads

  7. Yhillisia Townsend

    I have a bunch of beets in a can. Is it ok to use canned beets for this receipe?

  8. vasant kadia

    5 stars
    Very testy

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