My daughter loves pink. I didn't set out to have a little girl obsessed with all things pink, but she is. Naturally, we had to make pink juice. I'd include a picture of her, but she looks like a vampire with dark pink all over her face. Pink juice was a big hit.
It's sweet, but not too sweet, has a twinge of tartness, and is gorgeous.
2 blood oranges
1 small beet, scrubbed and peeled, chopped into several pieces
Quarter and peel the citrus. I remove the seeds if they're obvious, but otherwise, I don't bother with them. Juice the citrus and then juice the beet. It's best to juice the hardest thing last so that it grabs any juice that's hiding in the machine. Toss in a few ice cubes before serving. Drink purposefully after juicing to ingest as many live nutrients as possible. This can also be kept in the refrigerator for up to 2 days, too, but it might get a little discolored. Enjoy!
(If you haven't fed beets to your child before, be aware that they'll make his diapers really red. That's totally normal).