Making carrot and beet punch is a regular thing. Living in Barbados there is no shortage of beets or carrots since most Bajans grow these vegetables in their kitchen gardens. We got a recipe for you.
3 cups of water
4 carrots (remove the tip from top and bottom)
1 tablespoon of grated nutmeg
1/4 cup of simple syrup
Sweetened condensed milk
Place the carrots and beet to boil in 3 cups of water on high heat.
After the carrots and beet are cooked, turn off heat and set aside to be cool.
I used the same water that the carrots and beet boiled in to blend the juice.
After the carrots and beet cooked, you probably will only have 1 cup of water in the pot.
If that’s the case use 1 cup of tap water as well.
Remove the beet skin and cut in chunks.
Place cooked carrots and beet in a blender and add enough water to cover about three inches over the carrots and beet.
Blend carrots and beet until well smooth. Strain through a fine sieve strainer.
Add the simple syrup. Add simple syrup. Add condensed milk to taste. Add vanilla nutmeg to your taste.
The punch is best served chilled without ice.