Strawberry Kefir Shakes
If you’ve ever had real, homemade kefir, it’s a bit sour. Maybe that’s an under-analysis of the sourness. It’s sometimes hard to just down. No offense, kefir lovers, but this tastes MUCH better in a shake.
- You can substitute really any fruit but you may need to add more sugar or take away some. With strawberries, I suggest little to no sugar.
- With blackberries and less sweet berries I suggest more sugar, about two teaspoons maybe.
- If you make banana shake, just add double or a bit less than double bananas.
- The ripeness of the bananas are important. Get the ripest bananas for the best taste.
- You can easily double this recipe. Just make two batches.
- If you like it a thinner consistency, you can add milk.
Strawberry Kefir Shake
Makes 4 1/2 to 5 cups of Kefir Shake
2 ripe bananas, the riper the better
1/2 (1 lb) box of strawberries
3 cups homemade kefir
1/2 cup milk (optional, depending on how strong you like the kefir in the shake to be)
Sugar, to taste (optional)
1. Peel bananas and place in blender.