Glas Kombucha Kefir Smoothie blau Zitrusscheiben Garnierung

Kefir smoothie recipe with kombucha

Looking for a blue nutrient bomb?

Kombucha and kefir are both fermented drinks. So why not use the concentrated probiotic power and mix it into a refreshing summer drink? Not only is this smoothie super creamy and full of healthy nutrients, but it can easily be customized with individual ingredients depending on your taste.

Kombucha Kefir Smoothie

Ingredients for 1 glass:

  • 1 cup frozen berries of your choice
  • 150 ml kombucha (original or blackcurrant)
  • 50 ml organic kefir
  • 2 teaspoons lemon juice
  • 4 ice cubes
  • decoration of your choice e.g. lemon slices

How to prepare:

Place all ingredients in a blender and blend on high until a creamy smoothie is created. Decorate with decorations and enjoy immediately!


What is kefir?

Kefir is a fermented drink made from milk. It is usually fermented on the basis of cow's or goat's milk with the help of a milk kefir nodule or kefir fungus. This creates a probiotic delicious alternative to yogurt. The fermentation of kefir usually takes no longer than 24 hours. After fermentation, the kefir nodules are removed and reused as desired.

Kefir im Einmachglas Baumwolltuch Abdeckung


What is Kombucha?

Kombucha is a fermented refreshing tea drink. With the help of a Kombucha culture different sweetened tea sorts are fermented e.g. green tea or black tea. The Kombucha fungus or scoby is a community of various microorganisms, bacteria and yeasts that metabolize tea and sugar into a delicious drink during fermentation. In the process, various nutrients and enzymes are produced, which give Kombucha its special positive effects.

Zwei Einmachglaeser mit Kombucha mit Baumwolltuch abgedeckt

KOMBUCHERY Blog Autor Merle

Thanks for reading!
You can find more of my articles from A, like alcohol-free kombucha cocktails to Z, like lemon ginger kombucha, on our KOMBUCHERY blog. Let's learn more about kombucha together!
Merle from KOMBUCHERY

Note: This article is intended for informational purposes only and should not be construed as professional analysis, advice, or medical information, but contains the author's personal opinion based on researched literature and personal experience on the subject.

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