Fresh berry juice is a seasonal delight! It is made with just two main ingredients plus water. Learn how to make this delicious Blueberry Juice recipe using a blender or a food processor.

A short glass of blueberry juice on a wooden table.

The deep blue color of this yummy Blueberry Juice looks beautiful, but it’s not just a pretty color! 

Did you know that the pigment in blueberries that creates this color plays a vital role in their health benefits? It’s called anthocyanin and has many health benefits, including anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anticancer, and anti-microbial properties. Antioxidants can help fight free radicals and lower blood pressure.

Blueberry juice and most other fruit juices including orange juice are also a source of vitamin C which benefits the immune system.

So, if you like blueberries, you’ll be happy to know that they’re one of the healthiest fruits you can enjoy in your daily diet. Eat them raw, add them to your morning oatmeal, add them to salads, or make this refreshing and delicious homemade blueberry juice to get all those powerful health benefits daily.

Key Ingredients

You can easily make your own Blueberry Juice at home, and you only need two main ingredients.


Ripe blueberries are sweet, juicy, and tangy. They make the best juice with the best results! Your juice will be a little tart if the berries are not fully ripened.

To select the sweetest (and juiciest!) blueberries, look for ones that are plump and deep, dark blue with a light dusting of gray on the surface. If it’s too firm or looks a little red, it’s probably not ripe. The darker the berry is, the better for making fresh blueberry juice.

Check for evenly sized berries with smooth, unblemished, and unbroken skin. The silvery coating on blueberries is entirely normal. It’s called “the bloom,” and it’s there to keep the blueberries juicy and help protect them from insects and bacteria.

Avoid very soft, shriveled blueberries or ones showing any signs of mold.


You can use any type of granulated sugar for this recipe, or a natural sweetener of your choice, for example, agave syrup, honey, or maple syrup.

I like using coconut sugar or agave syrup in this recipe because the milder flavors work well with the blueberries. Or, if your berries are very sweet, leave out the added sugar altogether.


For thicker juice, feel free to use less water in this recipe.

If you like the mild flavor of coconut water, you can use this instead of regular water.

Special Equipment 

You’re set if you have a blender or food processor in your kitchen. Either will work well.

You could also use an immersion blender.

If you don’t like to have tiny bits of blueberry skins in your juice, you will need a fine mesh strainer for running the Blueberry Juice through a few times. It will also help remove some of the seed residues.

Blueberries and water in the jar of a blender.

Recipe Steps

This Blueberry Juice is so easy to make and only has a few simple steps. Check the recipe card below for exact quantities and detailed instructions. 

Step One

Wash the blueberries thoroughly in a large bowl with fresh water. The best way is to add the cup of blueberries to a bowl, add the water, and then drain the water from the berries using a colander.

Step Two

Place the blueberries, sugar, and water in a high-speed blender or food processor, and blend until it’s smooth.

A slow juicer is not ideal for juicing berries as they are too soft.

Step Three

Strain the juice through a mesh strainer or a few layers of cheesecloth until it is filtered to create a smooth juice. Scoop any foam off the top with a spoon.

Omit this step if you don’t mind tiny bits of blueberry skin and seeds.

Step Four

Transfer to glasses, and serve immediately.

I hope this fresh juice using fresh berries becomes one of your favorite recipes! You can drink the juice straight, or use it in your favorite recipes or in fruit smoothies.

Recipe Tips & Substitutions

  • You can double, triple, or quadruple this Blueberry Juice recipe if you’re making Blueberry Juice for a crowd and need more servings.
  • It’s best to serve the juice immediately. But if you want to save some of it for later, store it in the fridge in a covered pitcher. It will keep for up to around four days. Or freeze it in ice cube trays. It will give you delicious and colorful blueberry ice blocks you can use in other drinks!
  • You can use any sugar or sweetener in this recipe. Or you can omit this ingredient if you prefer not to use sugar or sweetener. 
  • Feel free to use coconut water instead of regular water for added nutritional value. You can also add other ingredients such as pomegranate juice or seeds, mint leaves, or fresh lemon juice to the mixture.
Two short glasses filled with blueberry juice on a table with fresh blueberries.

Recipe FAQs

What other juices go well with blueberry juice?

If you like making juice mixes, you’ll be happy to know that blueberries go with many other fruity flavors! I like blueberry and apple together or a blend of various berries. You can also use it with veggies like zucchini and spinach or with other fruits like lime, lemon, nectarine, banana, or peach. Blueberries are versatile, so feel free to experiment!

What can I do if I have made too much Blueberry Juice?

If you’ve made too much juice, you can freeze it in ice cube trays and use your blueberry ice cubes in drinks. It makes a colorful addition to a clear cocktail!

Will blueberry juice stain clothing?

It could, but don’t worry, it’s easy to remedy! 
-Flush the stain with cold water.
-Use lemon juice or white vinegar on the stain for five minutes.
-Wash the item as you usually would. 

Is blueberry juice good for weight loss?

It depends. Swapping juice for sugar-sweetened sodas can be a great way to get amazing health benefits. But, you’ll need to speak to your healthcare provider to see if fruit juice is appropriate for you.

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Two short glasses filled with blueberry juice on a table with fresh blueberries.

Blueberry Juice Recipe

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Fresh berry juice is a seasonal delight! It is made with just two main ingredients plus water. Learn how to make this delicious Blueberry Juice recipe using a blender or a food processor.

  • Total Time: 4 minutes
  • Yield: 4 servings 1x


Units Scale
  • 2 cups fresh blueberries
  • 2 tablespoons sugar (leave out if your berries are very sweet)
  • 2 cups water


  1. Wash the blueberries thoroughly.
  2. Add the blueberries, sugar, and water to the blender or food processor.
  3. Blend or process until it becomes smooth.
  4. If you don’t like having tiny bits of blueberry skin in your juice, you can strain it through a fine mesh strainer. You can repeat this until your Blueberry Juice is smooth enough for you.
  5. Sometimes there will be foam on top of the juice; you can scoop this off with a spoon.
  6. Transfer the juice to glasses, serve, and enjoy immediately.


  1. You can easily double or triple this recipe for more Blueberry Juice servings.
  2. It’s best to serve the juice straight away. But if you have leftover juice or want to save some for later, you can store it in the fridge in a covered container. It should keep a few days. Or freeze it in ice cube trays. It will give you delicious and colorful blueberry ice cubes.
  3. If you don’t like sweet drinks, you can leave the sugar out or replace it with another sweetener like agave syrup or honey. 
  4. You can substitute the water with coconut water for added nutritional value. 


  • Serving Size:
  • Calories: 79
  • Sugar: 18.9 g
  • Sodium: 11.2 mg
  • Fat: 0.4 g
  • Saturated Fat: 0.1 g
  • Carbohydrates: 19.5 g
  • Fiber: 0.1 g
  • Protein: 0.2 g
  • Cholesterol: 0 mg

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