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Stackberry Juice Recipe

Stackberry Juice Recipe

Stackberry Juice Recipe

The Stackberry Juice Recipe is a delicious and healthy juice that crosses strawberries and blackberries with oranges, lemon, spinach, celery, cucumber, romaine and pomegranate. It has an exotic berry taste with earthy after notes. I really enjoy this drink in the morning and at lunch time. It’s one of those juices you can have at any time as it holds true to the eighty twenty ratio between fruits and vegetables.

With the Stackberry Juice Recipe I went ahead and used POM pomegranate juice since the store was out of fresh pomegranate. The POM juice is pure 100% pomegranate and safe to use in any recipe. This juice livened up my taste buds and gave me a good boost of much needed energy. The blackberries and strawberries are key to this recipe as they give it a very defining flavor. It’s not overly fruity but it does hide most of the veggie taste.  You will taste traces of celery and romaine but not so much as to take your taste off the berries. Now, on to the Stackberry Juice Recipe!

Stackberry Juice Recipe

Stackberry Juice Recipe
1 Cup of Blackberries

3 Strawberries

1 Orange

2 big handfuls of Spinach

3 Celery Stalks

1 Cucumber

5 Romaine Lettuce Leaves

¼ – ½ cup POM Pomegranate Juice

¼ Lemon (peeled)

Stackberry Juice Recipe Preparation

I start by juicing the orange and lemon first and then move on to the strawberries and blackberries. I make sure and juice the cucumber last as it will flush out any remaining juices that are left over in the juicer. After I finish juicing I mix in the pomegranate juice and add more until the flavor is just right. As far as substitutions go you might try substituting Kale for the Spinach or the Romaine. You could also substitute an apple of the orange. I hope you enjoy the Stackberry Juice Recipe with its powerful flavor and thirst quenching traits. As always, make sure you clean your ingredients before you juice them and follow the drink up with about 12 ounces of fresh water. I hope to hear some reviews on this drink or other substitutions or variations you have come up with.

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  1. Yummy! My Every Morning Juice :) Thanks!

  2. Do you have any substitution suggestions for the Pomegranate juice? Just wondering if we could it without that. I have everything else in the kitchen and don’t want to run to the store in the next couple days.

    • You don’t have to use the pomegranate juice. You can use strawberries, raspberries, or even cherries if you wish. There is a substitution list on the main navigation links. Take a look at it and you’ll see some other great alternatives. Cheers!

  3. Hello! I am using the Myfitnesspal app on the iPhone for tracking my calories and weight loss. I have started replacing my dinners this week with a juice instead. The problem I’m having is adding these calories to my tracker. Is there an easy way to figure out how many calories are in each drink? I love these drinks and want to continue monitoring my success. Thx!

    • Probably a bit late on the reply, but I just bought my juicer yesterday after watching Fat, Sick, and Nearly dead. And did much research about juicers. In my quest to compile a recipe list I came across a neat website where you can choose what fruit/veggie and how much you use in your recipe and it will calculate the calories and nutrients for you.
      Hope this is helpful to anyone that is juicing and counting calories.

  4. Hi Donnie, I’ve been directed to do this cleanse by my practitioner. The issue I’m having is the kale and beets… is there a fruit i can add to my juice to make it mask the flavor of the raw veg? I find myself gagging on the juice and its very important for my health to continue…
    (kale is the only option for me personally as per the directions of my naturalpath, spinach is also a green I add)
    Your advice would be a wonderful tool in my success.

    • Sarah, welcome to JOJ! Lemon can really make a big difference, try upping your lemon quantity. Another thing you can do is to add carrots or another apple. That will usually mellow out the juice. I wish you all the best Sarah, please keep me posted. I’m here if you have any questions.

  5. I can’t wait to start .. just learned about this getting my juicer tomorrow and starting it , my new life ..

  6. I made the Stack-berry juice for the first time last week with the blackberries. Today, I used blueberries in place of the blackberries. I really enjoyed both versions. Thanks!

    • Awesome Rachel! I really enjoy both types of berries and will have to try out the blueberries next time! Thanks! I’m glad you enjoyed it!

  7. I find the strawberry and blackberries etc leave minute pips/ hard seeds in the juice not making it pleasant to drink? Any suggestions?

    • Helen, for some reason my spam catcher went wild over the past few days and I found about 100 comments that weren’t spam. I would suggest replacing the berries that have seeds with something else. Try mango or pineapple instead.