Blackberry And Roasted Apple Juice

Guest post credits: Bills Restaurant.

Blackberry And Roasted Apple Juice: How To Make. Hello friends. So how are you today? Do you fancy making your own juice?

How about making some blackberry and roasted apple juice drinks? So yummy. Yeah, roasted apples whizzed up with some blackberries and a few more ingredients. Delicious. Tasty. Fresh. Healthy. So good.

Blackberry And Roasted Apple Juice

How to make Blackberry and Roasted Apple Juice:

Blackberry and roasted apple juice is a delightful blend that captures the essence of autumn in a refreshing drink.

The bold, tart flavour of ripe blackberries intertwines seamlessly with the subtly sweet, smoky notes from roasted apples, creating a harmonious symphony of taste.

The deep, rich hues of the blackberries and the caramelised warmth of the roasted apples visually complement each other, inviting the senses on a journey of flavour discovery.

This juice is not only a treat for the palate but also a nourishing option, packed with antioxidants from the blackberries and the inherent goodness of roasted apples.

Whether enjoyed as a standalone thirst-quencher or used as a base for creative cocktails and mocktails, blackberry and roasted apple juice is a versatile and comforting drink that captures the essence of autumn in every sip.

Blackberry And Roasted Apple Juice:

Serves 2

You Will Need:

  • 3 medium eating apples (approx. 300g)
  • 1 tbsp runny honey, plus extra to taste
  • 1⁄2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 250g blackberries, rinsed and tidied
  • 100ml apple juice
  • brown sugar, to taste

Blackberry and Roasted Apple Juice Method:

How To Make:

1.) Firstly, preheat the oven to 180oC/160°C fan/gas mark 4.

2.) Peel and core the apples – Cox’s are good – then cut them in chunks. Tip in to a bowl, drizzle over a tablespoonful of honey and the vanilla extract and stir well to coat.

3.) Scatter the apple chunks in a baking tray and roast for 25 minutes, stirring once or twice to make sure they are evenly browned, then remove the tray from the oven.

4.) When they are cool, place in a blender with the blackberries and the apple juice. Blend and taste for sweetness, adding brown sugar or extra honey if you think it’s needed.

For a smoother juice, pass the mixture through a sieve. If you feel it’s too thick, add more apple juice and stir through or blitz to combine.

Last but not least, enjoy.


Blackberry And Roasted Apple Juice: How To Make:

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Blackberry And Roasted Apple Juice:

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Blackberry And Roasted Apple Juice

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  1. Joanna Davis
    28 September 2016 / 20:23

    It sounds like a delicious and very healthy drink! Perfect for autumn, when you need a boost of energy!

  2. Natalia
    28 September 2016 / 10:36

    this looks so yummy! Although I would need to remove the blackberries seeds before drinking it, I can't deal with them lol x

    • 28 September 2016 / 19:34

      Hehe, I do most time too Natalia, you don't realise how many seeds are in them when you eat them do you!

  3. Kara Guppy
    28 September 2016 / 05:20

    What a fabulous idea…….off to pick some blackberries today

  4. Nikki Thomas
    28 September 2016 / 05:19

    What a lovely idea! There is still such a wealth of blackberries around, I will have to give this a try.

  5. Evelina
    27 September 2016 / 21:43

    Sounds like a perfect drink for cozy nights in.

  6. beautyqueenuk
    27 September 2016 / 14:24

    This actually sounds really lovely and it is nice to have something else to do with blackberries x

    • 28 September 2016 / 19:32

      Thanks lovely, we love blackberries here too 🙂

  7. Chloe/Life Unexpected
    27 September 2016 / 10:41

    Such amazing photos and what a delicious idea!!!! I love anything blackberry inspired. x

    • 27 September 2016 / 13:28

      Thanks Chloe, we love blackberries too 🙂

  8. Mellissa Williams
    26 September 2016 / 21:09

    The photos are great. I have never thought of making blackberry and apple juice, but why not especially at this time of year.

    • 27 September 2016 / 08:57

      Thanks for the comment Mellissa, my mu grows apples so we have plenty here at this time of year 🙂

  9. Stella Olojola
    26 September 2016 / 19:02

    What a lovely recipe. Sounds very delicious. Love the photos too.

  10. ana de jesus
    26 September 2016 / 12:04

    This sounds amazing. I love blackberry and apple together but roasted apple sounds even better!

  11. Dean B
    26 September 2016 / 12:00

    Another amazing recipe! Would love to try this.

    • 27 September 2016 / 08:43

      Thanks for the lovely comment Dean 🙂

  12. 26 September 2016 / 11:07

    This looks and sounds delicious. One of my favourite combinations of fruits too.Thanks for sharing 🙂 x

  13. Unknown
    22 September 2016 / 22:26

    The post is so great! I love it so much:)Have a nice day!