Looking for a healthy twist to fall recipes? Health-Ade Kombucha offers versatile ways of enjoying their healthy drink!
Health-Ade Kombucha is one of my go to drinks. From Bubbly Rose to Pink Lady Apple, they offer a wide variety of fun and innovative flavors, enough to trick even the pickiest of eaters to try this gut healthy drink.
You also don’t need to go to any exotic grocery store to find them — you can find them at your local Walmart and Target for around $3 a bottle, a minor luxury most people can afford.
Aside from drinking the kombucha as is, you can also use it in recipes as well! The following are perfect for any fall dinner party — or whenever you just want something different! You can also replace ingredients for allergens or taste, making them truly unique to yourself.
Apple Ginger Kombucha Mocktail
* 1/4 of fresh lemon sliced into wedges
* 3 sprigs of cilantro
* 2 slices of fresh ginger, peeled
* 3/4 cup Health-Ade Pink Lady Apple
* 1/2 cup crushed ice
* 1 Ginger Beer, chilled
* 1 Cripps Pink or Pink Lady Apple for garnish
1. Muddle lemon wedges, 2 cilantro sprigs and ginger in a cocktail shaker.
2. Add Health-Ade Pink Lady Apple and crushed ice. Shake well and strain into a tall glass. Top with ginger beer until full.
3. Using a vegetable peeler, peel a long ribbon of apple. Serve with cilantro spring and apple ribbon.
Dark Chocolate Pomegranate Kombucha Bark
* 2 bars (6 oz) of high-quality dark chocolate, at least 85% cacao or higher, roughly chopped
* 3 Tbsp. of Health Ade Pomegranate Kombucha
* 1/4 cup of pomegranate seeds
* 3 Tbsp. of coconut flakes
* 3 Tbsp. of pumpkin seeds
* 3 Tbsp. of slivered almonds
1. Melt dark chocolate until it’s smooth and silky. Whisk in kombucha and stir well until fully combined.
2. Pour chocolate mixture into a parchment paper-lined baking dish (8×11) and spread evenly.
3. Sprinkle chocolate with pomegranate seeds, coconut flakes, pumpkin seeds, and slivered almonds. Place chocolate bark in freezer to sit for 20-30 minutes, or until fully hardened.
4. Remove bark from freezer and use your hands to gently break apart into pieces.
5. Store bark in a bag in the freezer.
Will you be trying your hand at these recipes? Have one of your own you simply need to share with someone? Let us know in the comments below. Cheers!