These refreshing raspberry and lemon kombucha popsicles are bursting with summer berries and probiotics and are vegan to boot.
Is there such a thing as a healthy popsicle? If there is then surely these refreshing raspberry and lemon kombucha popsicles must qualify. Made with organic kombucha, they're vegan, with probiotics and very little sugar.
Kombucha in case you missed the hype is a kind of fermented tea that's slightly fizzy with probiotics and many alleged health benefits. It has a particular sour flavor that can be somewhat of an acquired taste, that you either seem to love or hate. My husband and Mum both love it which is why I put together these popsicles for them. And like my easy jello popsicles they are dairy free.
You could of course make your own kombucha to make these frozen ice popsicles, but for ease, I've used store brought.
I've pumped up the flavors of the kombucha with a tangy zing of fresh raspberries and fresh lemon juice. You can use fresh or frozen raspberries, whatever is available.
To make the raspberry and lemon kombucha popsicles
Pour the kombucha into a jug. This will knock out some of the fizz and make it easier to combine with the other ingredients.
Blitz the raspberries in a small food processor. Strain or for a whole fruit version leave them as they are.
Juice the lemon and add both strained raspberries and lemon juice to the jug with the kombucha and stir very well.
Hot tip: Make sure there is space in your freezer for your popsicle moulds Before you fill them, or there will be tears!
Pour mix into popsicle molds and add sticks. Transfer to the freezer very carefully, they will spill easily. Freeze for 24 hours to ensure they are set properly.
Remove from molds and enjoy your healthy, refreshing treat!
Looking for more tasty homemade popsicles? Why not try making
- Coconut Popsicles - dairy and refined sugar-free
- Orange popsicles - naturally sweetened with honey
- Pineapple Cherry Popsicles - refreshing and delicious
Have you made this recipe? I'd love to know how it when in the comments below 🙂
Raspberry and lemon kombucha popsicles
- popsicle mold and sticks
- small food processor
- 11oz (330ml) bottle Kombucha
- 4 oz (100gms) raspberries fresh or frozen
- 1 medium sized lemon, juiced
- Pour kombucha into a large jug to help remove the fizz.
- Blitz raspberries and strain.
- Juice lemon and strain.
- Add strained raspberries and lemon juice to kombucha and stir well.
- Pour into popsicle molds and insert sticks.
- Freeze for 24 hours until set.
- Remove from moulds and enjoy!
Nutritional information is an estimate based on an online database. The nutritional content of ingredients may vary by brand. If you require accurate nutritional information, you should calculate this based on the specific brands and products you are using.