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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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Using a combination of fresh and frozen fruit allows you to get a variety of fruit into your smoothie and create a thick, ice-cold texture without watering it down with ice.
Scones are simply a slightly sweetened biscuit. Try this simple recipe using cultured kefir for an extra-tender crumb to your very British scones.
Keep your ranch salad dressing simple by using only one main ingredient: kefir. With enough strongly-flavored ingredients to mask the kefir taste for even the staunchest kefir questioner, this dressing is one the whole family will love.
Make delicious banana bread using milk kefir, for a fluffy texture and added flavor.
Learn to make thick and delicious kefir cream cheese with this easy recipe.
Yet another use for your milk kefir! Drain and press for a hard cheese that can be grated and sprinkled on your favorite dishes.
Make a simple loaf of whole wheat bread using only milk kefir as leavening. You'll be amazed at what your milk kefir can do!"
Make delicious probiotic kefir vanilla ice cream with this easy-to-follow recipe; includes recipe variations for chocolate, strawberry, mint and more!
Learn to make probiotic-rich kefir whey at home; kefir whey can be used to ferment vegetables, as a base for smoothies and so much more!
Kefir, because it contains acids and bacteria, much like yogurt and buttermilk, can be used in all sorts of baking recipes with delicious, tangy results.
Learn creative ways to use milk kefir in recipes, from salad dressing to muffins. Kefir adds flavor and leavening to all your old favorites!