Red Berries Blended

Start the day with red berry smoothies sparkle bright and zingy blends. Morning just got easier. So, keep a frozen berries on hand for when you need a quick, healthy smoothie breakfast.

By Vickypee  I  Updated on April 24, 2024

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Berries are most known for it the healthiest foods and delicious flavor, making it the perfect for smoothies, satisfying breakfast by the blend smoothies or many different dishes.

There’re many types of berries that are delicious and nutritious. Here’re popular berries that’s making up of the sparking smoothies.

  1. Strawberries, bright red berries that have medium size and tiny seed. They’re sweet and slightly tart, and rich in vitamin C.
  2. Raspberries, red or black berries that have a fuzzy texture and a hollow core. The berries are small size, sweet and tangy, and are high in fiber, vitamin C.
  3. Blueberries, dark blue berries, sweet and juicy. The berries are small size. They’re high in fiber and vitamin C and
  4. Blackberries, dark purple berries that have medium size with a cluster of tiny drupes. They’re sweet and sour, and high in vitamin C.
  5. Cranberries, bright red berries and small size that are sour and bitter. They’re high in vitamin C, fiber, and antioxidants.
Choose the freshest blueberries are best.

How Can I Store Berries

A lot of people think that fresh fruits and veggies are best, but they can spoil quickly if no stored properly. Here some tips on how to store fresh berries so they last long.

  1. Choose the freshest berries that have no signs of mold. Soft spots, or discoloration. Avoid washing them until you’re ready to eat them, as excess water can cause them to rot faster.
  2. Store the berries in the refrigerator in a shallow container line with paper towels. This will prevent them from getting cruse and allow air to circulate. You can also use the original packaging if it has ventilation holes.
  3. You can also preserve the berries by making jam, jellies, sauce, or syrups. This will extend their shelf life and allow you to enjoy them throughout the year.
  4. If you want to freeze the berries for long-term storage, wash them gently and pat them dry. Then spread them on a baking sheet in a single layer and freeze them until firm. Transfer them to a freezer bag or an airtight container and store them in the freezer for up 6 months. You should also label the containers or bag with the date of freezing, so you can keep track of how long the berries have been stored. Frozen berries are great for smoothies, desserts, but they may not have the same texture as fresh berries when thawed.
Prepare berries for smoothies.

Tips For Picking And Preparing Frozen Berries

Frozen berries are a great convenience. These tips will help you turn them into great smoothies, too

  1. Choose Grade A. The Grade A designation means that the produce was carefully selected for color, tenderness. And condition. Grades usually appear on the back of the package, inside a symbol that looks like a shield.
  2. Skip sauces and salt. When sauce and salt are included, salt, sodium, and sugar levels typically skyrocket. The healthiest frozen food choices contain zero additives.
  3. Mix it up. Blend your favorite frozen berries to make smoothies. Or try one of ours: we create delicious combo with naturally sweeteners. Break out the blender and drink up!
Choose raspberries mix it up to make smoothies.Choose strawberries to create delicious combo with naturally sweetness.


Red Berries Blended

Makes 2 Servings


  • ½ cups blueberries, frozen
  • ½ cup raspberries, frozen
  • 2 cup strawberries, stemmed, quartered, and frozen
  • 1 cup coconut water
  • 2 tablespoon lime juice
  • 4 whole dates, pitted and chopped.

In a blender combine all ingredient. Cover and blend until smooth. Pour into chilled glasses; serve immediately.

Our kitchen's tips for smoothies blended

Stacking ingredient helps your blender do its best work: First pour in liquid, citrus juice, no liquid fats, frozen fruit, chilled fruit.

Basically, you want the liquid on the bottom, to create the vortex that pull solid down into the blend, and heavy stuff higher up to push everything down. You’re setting up our blender to do its best work.

A quick blend at full speed can create a traffic jam, Instead, start at low speed until the bottom layers are blend and gradually in crease the speed. Blend at full speed for at least a minute. If you point you notice the mixture struggling to move, dial back the speed slight to let it catch up.

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