Blueberry Kombucha Probiotic Popsicles

Blueberry Kombucha Probiotic Popsicles



Did somebody say popsicles?! We love a good homemade popsicle.

We have several family members with food intolerances who need help healing their intestinal lining, so we try hard to incorporate as many fermented, probiotic foods into our diet as we can.  And since we always have kombucha on hand, it's super easy to whip up a refreshing, probiotic-filled treat that everyone will love!



  1. Bring one cup fresh organic blueberries and honey to a boil.  Lower the heat and simmer for 10-15 minutes, then let it cool.
  2. Mix kombucha and blueberry syrup, then pour about 4 oz into each mold.
  3. Place the lid over the mold (don't try to seal it – the fizzy kombucha will cause the lid to pop off during freezing).
  4. Freeze and enjoy your healthy probiotic treat!

Recipe for Blueberry kombucha popsicles

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P.S.  Is It Okay to Use Stainless Steel Popsicle Molds with Kombucha?

I love my Onyx stainless steel popsicle molds, but I've gotten several questions about whether they should be used with Kombucha.  I've researched that point pretty heavily because I really love stainless steel cups, and it's my understanding that so long as you're using good quality stainless steel container (not aluminum, and not one only coated in stainless steel), it should be fine. And I especially don't worry about using stainless steel cups/containers once the kombucha is finished brewing.


1 comment
  1. This looks awesome. But first, I have to succeed in making kombucha. I’ve been growing my scoby from raw kombucha for 4 weeks now. I think it’s safe to add it to tea, ya think? Anyway, I can’t wait to try making this popsicle! I have Onyx too so I’m half way there! Thx for the recipe! Oh, do you know if I can use some of the scoby and not the whole thing to make it? Will it be diluted if I use less scoby to make tea?

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