How to Make Tasty Blackberry Juice at Home


This blackberry juice recipe is for you if you’re seeking for a flavorful drink to celebrate National Poisoned Blackberries Day (September 29). No, these berries aren’t poisoned because we didn’t spit on them. This recipe, on the other hand, is a terrific method to get rid of those berries while also reaping a healthful reward. For a healthy energy boost at any time of day, the juice may be created in about 10 minutes using simple ingredients.

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This Blackberry Juice is both nutritious and delicious. You’ll adore this juice just the way it is: sweet and sour. This juice is healthy for everyone in your house because it is high in Vitamin C and fiber. So let’s get started on this delicious Blackberry Juice.

Health Benefits of Blackberry Juice

Blackberries are a fantastic addition to your diet because they are high in key minerals and antioxidants. The following are some of the potential health benefits of drinking blackberry juice:


1. Rich in Vitamin C

Vitamin C is found in 30.2 milligrammes per cup of fresh blackberries. That’s about half of the USDA Dietary Guidelines’ recommended value.

Because humans are unable to synthesise vitamin C, including blackberries in a healthy diet is a simple approach to supplement this nutrient. Vitamin C, in addition to being an antioxidant, aids in the production of bones, connective tissue, and blood vessels.


2. Loaded with Antioxidants

Blackberries are abundant in antioxidants such anthocyanins, ellagic acid, and resveratrol, which are found in this blackberry juice. These nutrients aid in the battle against free radical damage.

Free radicals are chemicals that can injure the body if their quantities rise to dangerous levels. They’ve been connected to a variety of illnesses, including cancer and heart problems.


Berries have powerful anti-inflammatory capabilities, which help the body fight infection and injury by reducing the detrimental effects of free radicals.

3. High in Manganese

Manganese is a mineral that is often overlooked, but it is essential for a healthy immune system. It is involved in the metabolization of carbohydrates, amino acids, and cholesterol.


One cup of raw blackberries contains 0.9 milligrammes of manganese, which is half of the daily required dose, making the fruit an excellent source of the mineral. Keep in mind, however, that too much manganese might have unfavourable side effects as well.

Check out our collection of healthy and easy-to-make berry juice recipes if you’re in the mood for some.

Is it Possible to Juice Blackberries?

Yes, blackberries can be juiced in a juicer; this is a simple technique to prepare blackberry juice. There are a few things to keep in mind when juicing this fruit.


Blackberries, for starters, have a soft pulp and a high pectin content. When running through the juicer, this particular texture tends to produce more of a puree than a juice.

Plus, because the liquid to fibre ratio in this fruit is smaller than that of other fruits like oranges or pineapples, you’ll need a lot of berries to extract adequate juice.

We recommend mixing blackberries with juicy, mild-flavored fruits if you want to produce a juice with them as the main ingredient. To give a touch of colour, we utilised grapes in blackberry juice significant.


Blackberry Juice: A Step-by-Step Guide

It’s easy to fall in love with this blackberry juice because it’s not only aromatic and delicious, but it’s also simple to produce. Simply run the berries and grapes through a juicer while it is running and collect the juice in an output cup.

  • Here’s how you do it:
  • Juice the fruits.
  • Mix all the ingredients.
  • Stir well to incorporate.
  • Serve with ice.

Please see the recipe card at the bottom of this post for more thorough instructions.

What Is the Shelf Life of Fresh Blackberry Juice?

We recommend drinking this blackberry juice within 2 hours, just like any other fresh handmade juice, because too much time at room temperature can cause a considerable loss of nutrients and flavour.


Fresh blackberry juice can be stored in the refrigerator for up to two days. Keep the drink in an airtight container or a Ziplock bag in the freezer to keep it fresh for longer.

This way, it can last up to three months. Thaw the container on the counter or at room temperature when you need a drink. There’s no need to add ice because the juice will be cold after it’s thawed. You may even make snacks out of it by freezing it in popsicle moulds.

Blackberry Juice Recipe

Today’s blackberry juice recipe makes a lip-smacking antioxidant-powerhouse of a drink with simple raw summer fruits. Serve it over ice for extra refreshment.


PREP TIME-10 mins, TOTAL TIME-10 mins, CALORIES-99kcal


  • 8 ozblackberries
  • 4 ozgreen grapes
  • 6 ozred grapes
  • 2 tbspmint leaves
  • 1 tbsplime juice
  • 1 1/2 cupswater
  • 2 tbspsugar
  • 2 cupsice


  • Turn on the juicer and add 8 oz blackberries, 4 oz green grapes, 6 oz red grapes, and 2 tbsp mint leaves to it. Collect the juice in a big bowl or pitcher.
  • Add 1 tbsp lime juice, 2 tbsp sugar, and 1 1/2 cups water.
  • Stir well to incorporate.
  • Serve over ice.

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