Kombucha Smoothie Pick-me-up!

Happy New Year! Just a quick one! I found out that if you use kombucha and frozen fruit, you can recreate an ice cream treat I used to get at a local ice cream store years back. I wasn’t a fan of milkshakes back then either, but they did make a thing called a fruitshake, where they blended fizzy water with lots of sorbet. Especially strawberry was good. Last week I was craving ice-creamy dessert and had left-over frozen mango. And so I blended it with some mint and frozen strawberry topped off with kombucha.

Picture of a kombucha smoothie in a mason jar with glass straw and mint garnish against a blue background.

It tastes almost exactly the same (with a vague hint of kombucha-soapy-taste, it’s actually really nice) as the fruitshake and with a little stretch of the imagination, you could call it healthy. But even if it wasn’t, you should go and make this, because of how delicious it is. You do need kombucha for this, but I already gave you all the info you could ever need with that.

Picture of a kombucha smoothie in a mason jar with glass straw and mint garnish against a blue background.

You just add the frozen fruit until the glass is filled and then top off with the kombucha, you can make it in any size container, or directly in your blender. I use the same method for my morning-smoothies. A tiny bit of vanilla, or mint is also quite delicious. I sometimes add some drops of stevia if it isn’t sweet enough.