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Milk kefir is one of the most versatile cultured dairy products you can make at home, and sometimes the cooking options can be daunting. Let our homemade milk kefir recipes be your guide!
From holiday kefir eggnog to a vacation-worth piña colada smoothie, the beverage and flavoring options are endless! Mix things up and make kefir-soaked muffins for a hearty breakfast, or herbed kefir cheese for a sophisticated snack. Make a creamy, cultured waldorf salad to enjoy with your friends, and apple cinnamon kefir ice cream for you family on a lazy weekend.
Explore our homemade milk kefir recipes below, and remember: you can do this!
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Make this delicious smoothie using cranberries which are high in antioxidants; probiotic yogurt, kefir or buttermilk make up the smoothie base
These sourdough muffins are barely sweetened with honey and have just a bit of tang from a long-fermentation period.
Taco salad, if made right, doesn’t even need a dressing. But this dressing will take your salad to a whole new level, and it doesn’t even have to be relegated to taco salads!
A great way to use extra kefir! Combine with lacto-fermented mayonnaise and parmesan cheese for a delicious cultured side dish.
These amazing whole wheat waffles are more tender than the white flour version by soaking the wheat flour overnight in yogurt, buttermilk, or kefir.
Make delicious buckwheat pancakes at home! This sourdough buckwheat pancake recipe is easy to prepare the night before. And, it’s gluten-free!
Make a delicious smoothie using yogurt, kefir, or buttermilk.
This soup, alive with probiotics and enzymes from cultured dairy kefir, creates a lovely cooling meal alongside something slightly filling like crackers and cheese or a thin-crusted homemade pizza topped with summer vegetables.
Just sweet enough and studded with blueberries, these sourdough spelt muffins are delicious!
Cucumbers are so refreshing. Add fresh milk kefir and spices, for an amazing probiotic treat on a warm day!
There are ways to make more nutrient-dense that will satisfy your sweet tooth with natural sweeteners and healthy fats. Using pastured eggs and cultured dairy can actually decrease the need for a sweetener in the recipe since it leaves you satisfied and nourished.
Liven up your everyday vinaigrette with creamy milk kefir, for a dressing that clings better to salad leaves and contains probiotics, too!