There is a vegan ice cream shop in California that is serving kombucha floats. I was so intrigued by this idea, I devised my own kombucha float. This was about 4 days ago that I discovered this novelty. In those last 4 days, I have had a kombucha float as my lunch, for three of those days. I am in love, they are to die for. When the ice cream hits the kombucha it foams and bubbles very similar to a root beer float. Just think of all the goodness you are getting with kefir and kombucha. Let alone how great it tastes. If you have ever made homemade ice cream you know that it gets rock hard in your freezer after you make it. Kombucha floats are a great way to soften up the hard ice cream and make it yummy. I like to let mine sit for a few minutes while the kefir ice cream melts and makes the kombucha foaming and bubbly. Any flavor with do so mix it up and enjoy. Kombucha and kefir, are probiotic powerhouses. It’s a great way to get tons of probiotics in your kids and family.
This is a sugar free ice cream so you can have it anytime.
1 cup plain kefir
2 1/2 cups milk
2 whole eggs pasture raised
2 1/2 tsp vanilla
7 packages of stevia ( I use Truvia and Sweet Leaf Stevia)
Place these items in a blender and blend for about 1 minute. Pour this mixture into your ice cream freezer. Freeze according to manufacturers instruction on your ice cream maker.
Pour about 4 ounces of any flavor kombucha into a glass. Top with scoops of vanilla kefir ice cream and enjoy. Be careful when adding ice cream that it doesn’t over flow. It is foaming and bubbly. Soooo Good!!
Try my root beer kombucha for a root beer float.