Tasty Recipes

Frozen Strawberry Kefir Pop Recipe

I remember growing up in a Seattle suburb with the warm summer days and cool summer nights. My siblings and I would get up and get our chores done and then play outside all day to only come home to eat. We had a forest on the side of our home that we would play in, find frog eggs and watch them hatch in our tree house days later. We played Kick the Can for hours. We had a cute wooden picnic table outside we loved to eat at. I vividly remember eating lots of frozen treats on the table, surrounded by friends.

This Arizona heat is brutal and many frozen treats are on the menu. Many of the treats at the store these days are filled with food dyes and processed sugar. The more “natural” ones still have lots of sugar and are expensive. We try to avoid fake sugar as well.  Watch to see how EASY it is to make homemade kefir.  No need to buy it at the store.


I wanted a sweet cool refreshing treat for my kids to enjoy on these hot summer days. These are filled with probiotics from the kefir made from our organic raw milk, organic strawberries, Backyard Farmer’s delicious local raw honey, and a splash of my homemade vanilla. It is delicious!

A frozen treat you can actually feel good about giving your kids.

 

Strawberry Kefir Popsicle

1.5 cups Kefir

1/4 cup raw honey

1.5 tsp vanilla

1 cup Strawberries

(any frozen fruit will do!)

Place all the ingredients into the blander until smooth.

Pour into molds and freeze over night.

That’s it!  Enjoy!

You will sample these popsicles at my next yogurt and kefir class held on July 11 from 1:00-2:30 at the farm.

What will you receive:
1. Yogurt starter
2. Greek Yogurt Maker
3. Kefir Grains
4. Live Instruction

You will also sample delicious foods made from the yogurt and kefir and take home recipes.

Class Registration Fee: $50

Pay your class fee here.  Email me at info@BlueRibbonFarmsAZ.com to let me know you have payed and you will be registered.

Email me if you have any questions. I love to hear from my customers!!

Love,

Mrs. Porter

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