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Kombucha Popsicles

kombucha popsiclesIf your kiddos are anything like mine, they can eat you right out of house and home. (Where did that saying come from – anyone know?) A piece of fruit {each} starts to add up quickly. Right? So then I had the bright idea (well, I thought it was bright) to use kombucha to make popsicles! It’s already made up, it’s easy, they love them…bam. Kombucha Popsicles.

Since I always have kombucha on hand, I can easily have a homemade, probiotic snack ready to whip up in no time.

(If you need a recipe, check mine out here. And if your SCOBY isn’t white, thick and solid {in other words, if it’s gray, hole-y, etc.}, check out my recipe – your SCOBY will thank you!)

If you have older kids, get them involved in the process. They can add in bits of fruit (frozen or fresh), help pour the kombucha into the molds (if you’re feeling ambitious!) and freeze! I may or may not make one for myself, too. It tastes like sparkling cider…with a kick.

Kombucha Popsicles – It’s Fun to Say!

Need popsicle molds? I love these from Tovolo because they’re easy, BPA free, stand up in the stand (!!!) provided and are cheap!

One quick note – don’t attempt to fit the lids on all the way when filling molds with kombucha – the pressure will pop the lid off. Not a big deal, but it may mess with the future fit of your lids and molds. I just set the lid on top of the mold and everything works out just fine and dandy!

Have you made kombucha popsicles before?

 

Kombucha Popsicles
An easy, quick and nutritious snack for the kids!
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Prep Time
3 min
Prep Time
3 min
Ingredients
  1. 24 oz kombucha
  2. fruit pieces (optional)
  3. popsicle molds
Instructions
  1. If you'll be adding any fruit to the kombucha, chop it up in small, bite sized pieces.
  2. Pour approximately 4 oz of kombucha into each mold and drop in any fruit pieces you have to add.
  3. Place the lid over the mold (but don't seal it - the pressure will cause the lid to pop off during the freezing process).
  4. Freeze; enjoy kombucha popsicles any time!
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Comments

  1. I’m the only one who will drink kombucha in my home, so I usually buy it. Eventually I would like to brew my own. I love the idea of using it in a popsicle. I’m off to check out your other kombucha posts :)

  2. What a fun idea! Love it :)

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