Kefir Popsicles

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Smiles guaranteed. Use any kefir smoothie you like (here’s my chocolate recipe or my fruity recipe), but omit the ice. Fill ice cube trays. Insert toothpicks. Freeze. Enjoy!

(That’s my sweet niece, Aila.)

This post is part of Pennywise Platter Thursday at The Nourishing Gourmet, and Real Food Wednesday, this week hosted by Kelly the Kitchen Kop.

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Comments

  1. says

    How many beautiful children do you have?
    These kefir popsicles look delish! I really need to get some more kefir grains! Mine died when I took a break and didn’t feed them enough milk. Also, the kefir started to taste alcoholic, but I think it was because I was not taking enough kefir grains out when I started a new batch – since they grow.

    Thanks for the great idea!
    Sarah
    .-= Sarah Schatz – menu planners for limited diets´s last blog post… Why soaking flours can help you digest your baked goods =-.

  2. says

    Sarah – I have three children. But the one pictured is not mine, directly anyway. She’s my sister’s daughter, Aila. My niece. She was visiting us this week, but sadly is gone now. I miss her – she’s a real sweetheart!

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