If you love flavored vodkas, then you’re definitely going to want to check out this recipe for making a nice and simple homemade blueberry vodka. The berries add a deliciously sweet flavor to the vodka that makes doing shots incredibly smooth.

How to Make Blueberry Vodka

Here’s exactly how easy it is to make this yummy 2-ingredient blueberry vodka:

  • Combine the vodka and blueberries. Add the vodka and fresh blueberries to a jar or a glass measuring cup.
  • Cover. Cover with a lid or plastic wrap.
  • Refrigerate. Refrigerate the blueberry vodka for a minimum of 48 hours.
  • Strain. Strain and pour into a bottle.
  • Refrigerate. Refrigerate the blueberry vodka until ready to serve.

Blueberry Vodka

Blueberry Vodka

How Many Calories are in a Shot of Blueberry Vodka?

Vodka is widely regarded as being one of the better spirit options for anyone keeping track of their calories. It contains no carbs and a minimal amount of calories. With that being said, a typical 1.5 ounce shot of this blueberry vodka will contain roughly 90 calories.

Blueberry Vodka

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  • How to Store Blueberry Vodka

    As long as you keep your homemade blueberry vodka stored in the fridge, it will keep for up to 1 to 2 weeks. However, you can also freeze the vodka to significantly extend its shelf life. Frozen blueberry vodka will keep for up to one full year.

    Blueberry Vodka

    Blueberry Vodka

    (Also try: Hibiscus-Infused Vodka)

    Homemade Blueberry Vodka (this is to die for!)

    Prep Time: 5 minutes
    Servings: 2 cups



    • Add the vodka and blueberries to a jar or glass measuring cup. 
    • Cover with a lid or plastic wrap. 
    • Refrigerate for 48 hours.
    • Strain and pour in a bottle. 
    • Refrigerate until ready to use.
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    Emma Kelly

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