Cinnamon Spiced Chocolate or Carob Milk Juice


Today I have a surprise for you….a juice that surprisingly tastes like chocolate milk!


This recipe is a winner for children and of course for you. It is sweet, earthy, creamy and yes, even chocolatey! A juice doesn’t get much better.

Cinnamon Spiced Chocolate or Carob Milk Juice

Perfect for anytime of day – breakfast, snack or dessert!


  • 10 carrots
  • 1 large head cos/romaine lettuce
  • 1 bunch of English spinach or 6 leaves chard or silverbeet
  • 1-2 tablespoons of cacao or carob powder
  • 1/3 teaspoon of cinnamon
  • Pinch of nutmeg
  • Vanilla stevia to taste (or use 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract and plain stevia)



This isn’t all the ingredients as I’d already started juicing.


Juice the carrot, cos and chard/silverbeet/spinach.


Strain the juice like I do or don’t bother – it’s up to you.

Pour the juice into a blender and add the carob or cacao powder, spices and stevia. Blend for 10 seconds until slightly frothy and well combined.


Serve in a glass of choice. I love drinking this in a mug as it feels like a hot chocolate or a chocolate milk.


Amazing! You won’t dream of picking up a processed carton of chocolate milk when you have this enzyme and life-filled baby to sip on at home.

Now that is health and indulgence all in one cup.

Please let me know if you try it!

Share and Like this recipe if you dig it, and leave a comment below to let me know what you think of this recipe!

By Casey on October 25, 2011 : (Read more from Casey)

Category: Recipes


22 responses to “Cinnamon Spiced Chocolate or Carob Milk Juice”

  1. Rachelle says:

    Hi Casey – so it looks like I’m a newbie to a page that is a few years old, BUT, I stumbled across this recipe when searching for recipes for juice fasting. I’m on my 2nd day, and I have to tell you – I feel fantastic! THIS RECIPE – Oh my goodness, I just tried it tonight, and it is incredible!!! Who knew that my chocolate cravings could be cured w/ this simple (and so nutritious) twist to the usual “mean green” juice?! Thank you so much for sharing; I’m a fan! 🙂

  2. sam says:

    I just found your website today…I am definately going to try this…though I have to buy a juicer which is a bit of a pain because I don’t have stable accommodation at the moment…I LOVE chocolate milk…I usually get iced mochas (I like the caffeine for the ‘pick me up’ effect), which always ends in a crash and binge on chocolate anyway! I hope I can make this turn out nice because it would be great to have something that picks me up but doesn’t cause me to crash!

  3. Casey, this looks like a delicious combo!! I have yet to try carob or cocoa in my juice, but I think you just convinced me to give it a go. 😉

  4. Trying this today, I tend to “spice up” my juice with cacao if I want something special but this looks like a good alternative for sure.

  5. Michaela says:

    Oh that is so good I have just made it. Thanks for sharing. Casey would you write post about your thought on green powder like wheat grass or barley or mix powders dandelion kamut etc. and things like spirulina chlorella.Do you take them?do you recomend them to take during winter when is not so much greens. Or just comments if you can. Thanks a lot

  6. Emma says:

    Amazing yum!! I have to say I was a bit sceptical at first that carrot and greens juiced would create a base for a choc milk tasting drink… But I eat (or ‘drink’, rather) my words!! omg, thanks Casey, this is an amazing receipe and def one that will be on high repeat for me :)) I didn’t have vanilla stevia so I used some agave instead which still worked great. But I can def imagine how good the vanilla sweetness would have been too xx

  7. Hannah says:

    Carrot and carob juice? You’re so creative, Casey!

    • Casey says:

      Thanks Hannah! With cacao powder it’s seriously like choc milk but way better because it leaves you feeling great! 🙂 xx

  8. Annie says:

    What If I blend the whole thing will it work? I don’t own a juicer.

    • Casey says:

      Hi Annie
      Not unless you blend the veg with some water and then strain it through a muslin or cheesecloth to take out the pulp. You can then blend the liquid with the spices etc.

  9. Katie says:

    Hi Casey! My favorite is rootbeer. Can you try to recreate that? : ) Thanks! Katie

  10. LOVE it!! Will have to make this today!! Yuuuummmm!! xo

  11. Kat says:

    Hahaha so funny I made this recipe last week but used spinach instead of silverbeet and added some avocado after juicing with some ice to make it more like a smoothie. it was so yummy! Oh thanks for sharing the link Creating Fame. i’m gonna check it out!

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