Bring a burst of winter to a hot summer day, with this nutritious and delicious homemade ice pop. Kombucha provides healing probiotics and beneficial acids. The berries are packed with antioxidants. Added bonus? They’re easy to make and taste sooooo good. —Blissful Baker
Blend the berries and kombucha together in a blender, and then taste. Kombucha can taste anywhere from sweet-sour to very sour. Depending on your brew, you might find that no honey is needed. Otherwise, add a tablespoon at a time, until you hit your sweet spot.
If you don't want the berry seeds in your ice pops, strain the mixture before pouring into the molds. If you like the seeds, just pour straight from the blender. Either way, leave a little space at the top for them to expand in the freezer. Freeze a minimum of 6 hours.
Run the mold under hot water to release the ice pop. Enjoy!
Note: this recipe can be made with either homemade or storebought kombucha.