Kombucha Ice Pops

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This summer why not try making your own ice-blocks out of kombucha!

Mango Elderflower Tonicka Kombucha Ice Blocks

Kombucha Ice Pops

Prep Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Servings: 4 popsicles

Ingredients

  • 330 mL kombucha depending on the size of your ice-block moulds
  • your choice of organic fruit sliced
  • 4 tsps chia seeds

Instructions

  • Add a small splash of kombucha in the bottom of each mould.
  • Add a teaspoon of chia seeds to the kombucha and stir gently with a paddle pop stick or butter knife.
  • Allow to sit for 5-10 minutes for the chia seeds to absorb the liquid. Stir again.
  • Pop some slices of fruit into your ice-block moulds. I’ve used mango slices with an elderflower flavour and strawberry slices with a berry flavoured kombucha.
  • Top with extra kombucha to about 4/5ths full.
  • Freeze overnight and enjoy!

Notes

Variations

Mix and match your favourite kombucha flavours with delicious summer fruits! Slices of kiwi and dragonfruit look spectacular, and what little tot can resist the charms of mixed berries?
Try blending the kombucha with some frozen fruit and seeds for a more solid treat. Get creative with frozen mango and coconut cream if you dare!
Tried this recipe?Let us know how it was!
Course Dessert, Drinks, Freezer Friendly, Snack, Special Occasion - Christmas, Special Occasion - Kids Party
Keyword chia seeds, kombucha
Allergy Dairy Free, FODMAP Friendly, Gluten Free, Lactose Free, Legume Free, Nightshade Free, Nut Free, Oil Free, Peanut Free, Refined Sugar Free, Salt Free, Sesame Free, Soy Free, Wheat Free
Value Halal, Kosher, Raw, Vegan, Vegetarian
Author: Kate Parker

Variations

Mix and match your favourite kombucha flavours with delicious summer fruits! Slices of kiwi and dragonfruit look spectacular, and what little tot can resist the charms of mixed berries?

Try blending the kombucha with some frozen fruit and seeds for a more solid treat. Get creative with frozen mango and coconut cream if you dare!

Check out Kate’s website, Hobart Green Guide to find the best vegan and eco parts of Southern Tasmania and some great vegan recipes.

We’d love to hear about what tasty flavour combos you come up with at home for your own kombucha pops! Leave us a comment or tag us #myTWC in the comments.

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About the Author: Kate Parker

Kate Parker is a high school teacher, social media editor and passionate vegan foodie. Kate writes for her own blog Newcastle Vegan Guide as well as contributing to The Wholefood Collective. She loves showing how varied, creative and healthy, plant-based eating can be, and has taken every opportunity given to her in her 10 years of veganism to show off her cooking prowess. Kate has catered events large and small, ensuring that food provided is cruelty free and gentle on the planet.

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3 Comments

  1. Sal December 15, 2017 at 9:33 pm - Reply

    Gorgeous looking icy-poles! I’ve been searching for same style of mounds (preferably plastic-free). Can you please tell me where you got yours?

    • Laini Oldfield December 16, 2017 at 11:21 am - Reply

      Hi Sal! I’ll ask Kate where she found these babies. But I know that Alyce Alexandra has beautiful ice block moulds back in stock. Try http://www.alycealexandra.com Laini x

    • Kate Parker December 16, 2017 at 1:19 pm - Reply

      Hi Sal, unfortunately these ones were plastic. I have been looking for a while for this classic shape too and spotted them in a homewares shop that’s just in Tassie, Your Habitat. BUT I’ve been thinking about investing in some of the metal ones by Onyx. If you search “Onyx Popsicle Moulds” you’ll find them easily, they have the rocket shaped ones at the eco shop close to me called Teros, but you might be able to find the classic popsicle shape in an eco store near you or online. Happy kombucha pop making 😉
      Kate

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