How to Juice Pomegranate in a Juicer: 5 Easy Steps!

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Pomegranates are a delicious and healthy fruit that is often overlooked. But did you know that pomegranate juice is packed with antioxidants? Most people love pomegranate juice but don’t know how to juice pomegranate in a juicer.

There are different ways to juice pomegranate, and the method you use will depend on the type of juicer you have.

This blog post will show you how to juice pomegranate in a juicer, so you can enjoy this healthy drink anytime! Not just that, there will be some pro tips about how to make pomegranate juice in a juicer that no one will tell you about.

Reading this blog till the end will help you crack the pomegranate juicing code once and for all!

Things You Will Need

To make pomegranate juice, you’ll need the following:

  1. A pomegranate
  2. A juicer
  3. A strainer
  4. A bowl
  5. A knife/spoon

Knives and bowls are available at every house, but you may not have a pomegranate juicer and a strainer. Don’t worry because we have got the best alternatives to both of these things.


Of course, the best way to juice a pomegranate is by using a juicer or masticating juicer. But if you don’t have one, the only best option is to use a blender. It is the most common kitchen appliance and is available in every house. We recommend a blender only as the last resort because it doesn’t extract as much juice as a juicer and can make a mess.

Cheesecloth or Coffee Filter

If you don’t have a strainer, you can use cheesecloth or a coffee filter to strain the pomegranate juice. They are the best alternative to a strainer and will do a pretty good job. However, you will need to be extra careful while pouring the juice into a container so that the seeds don’t end up in the juice.

How to Juice Pomegranate in a Juicer – Step-by-Step Instructions

To make pomegranate juice, follow these steps:

Step No. 1: Cut the Pomegranate

Cutting a pomegranate is not the same as cutting an apple. Take a pomegranate and a knife. Remove the crown of the pomegranate (the hard part at the top where the stem was attached). Make sure to cut as close to the crown as possible. Once the crown is removed, score the pomegranate all around its middle.

Step No. 2: Break Open the Pomegranate

Break Open the Pomegranate
Break Open the Pomegranate

Now that the pomegranate is scored all around its middle, it will be easy to break it into two halves. Be very careful while breaking it open because the juice can stain your clothes. Once it’s open, you will see that the pomegranate is filled with seeds. These seeds are what you’ll be juicing.

Step No. 3: Remove the Seeds

Remove all the seeds or pomegranate arils
Remove all the seeds or pomegranate arils

Here, you have two options. You can either remove all the seeds or pomegranate arils, from the pomegranate by hand or use a spoon to scoop them out. If you’re removing the seeds by hand, make sure to do it over a large bowl so that you don’t waste any of the juice.

Step No. 4: Juice the Pomegranate Seeds

Now, it’s time to juice the pomegranate seeds. If you are using a juicer, put the seeds in the juicer and turn it on. The juicer will do its job, and you will have fresh pomegranate juice in no time. The only condition is that you should have the best pomegranate juicer.

If you want to use a blender, add the seeds and some water to the blender and blend until the seeds are completely crushed. Then, pour the mixture through a cheesecloth or coffee filter to strain the juice.

Step No. 5: Enjoy Your Juice

You can now enjoy your delicious and healthy pomegranate juice! You can drink it as is or add it to smoothies, cocktails, or any other pomegranate juice recipe.

Pro Tips for Juicing Pomegranate

We love juicing pomegranates and have tried different methods to get the best results. Here are some of our favorite tips to juice pomegranates like a pro:

Use Ripe Pomegranates

It may seem like an obvious tip, but using ripe pomegranates for juicing is important. Ripe pomegranates are the ones that are deep red in color and feel heavy for their size. These are the pomegranates that will have the most juice.

Don’t Throw Away the Membranes

The white membrane that surrounds the seeds is full of antioxidants and fiber. So, don’t throw them away! You can add them to the juicer along with the seeds or blend them with the fresh juice to have juice blends.

Add Water for a Refreshing Drink

Most people like to drink pure pomegranate juices, but you can also add water to make it less sweet. It’s a great way to enjoy pomegranate juice if you are not a fan of sweet drinks.

Add some Sweetness

If you have used a citrus juicer (already used for orange juice or other citrus fruit juices) to juice pomegranate, you may not feel the taste well. You can add honey, agave nectar, or any other sweetener to enjoy a sweet-tart flavor. We usually add honey, and it does the job perfectly.


How to juice pomegranate in a juicer is not difficult if you follow the right steps and use the best equipment. Nowadays, you get the best pomegranate juicers that make the job easier. However, without the right procedure, you won’t be able to make delicious pomegranate juice.

So, follow the steps we shared today and enjoy your homemade pomegranate juice (We also recommend an article about the amazing benefits of pomegranate juice.)!

Let us know in the comments if you enjoyed our tutorial on how to juice a pomegranate in a juicer. And don’t forget to comment down your thoughts on our tips.

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Happy juicing!

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Joyce Goodwin

Hi, my name is Joyce, I love to cook, so I decided to create an ImproveEats blog (not without help from friends of course) and talk about my progress in developing my culinary skills, I would be happy if you could leave comments, my writing skills are still at a low level, but I am constantly developing.