Blue Strawberry Grape Juice

I used all frozen berries, thawed. You can use fresh ingredients or frozen or a combination of fresh and frozen, but thaw the frozen ingredients first. They should not still be frozen when you go to juice them, but thawed and juicy. Rinse them if necessary (I recommend rinsing when still frozen, as less juice will be lost and it will also help with the thawing process) before using. Whole fruit is best (stems, leaves, the hull (the green part of the strawberries), and any other part you wouldn’t typically eat should be removed).

Made around 1 & 1/2 cup for me. May vary depending on size and juice content of vegetables, juicer, and other factors. 

Ingredients: 

  • 1 cup strawberries
  • 1 cup blueberries
  • 2 cups grapes (I used big light purple grapes.I think they were light, anyway.)
  • 1/2 cup water (recommended: distilled or filtered)(optional)

To Make:

  1. Before attempting to juice, make sure the juicer is properly assembled and works correctly.
  2. Run all ingredients through the juicer. I ran them through 1 cup at a time.
  3. Pour water into the juicer to push out any juice that did not come out (if not all juice has come out). (This step is optional.)
  4. If necessary, wait for as much of the juice to drain out as possible, and/or tilt juicer to pour out any juice that did not come out. If you will tilt the juicer, turn it off and unplug it first.
  5. Turn off the juicer (if not already off), and unplug (if not immediately using right away).
  6. Pour into a glass or cup (if not already in a glass/cup or other item from which you can easily drink).

I recommend drinking this slowly. It’s refreshing and delicious.

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