For smoothies, my go to is kefir. It has all sorts of wonderful things in it for your tummy like probiotics. They come in fruit flavours as well. I always get the unsweetened plain kefir as I want to control the sugar and I add my own fruits. But you can freeze any flavour you want.

I started making kefir cubes because I never finished the bottle, it would expire before I could use it all and it was such a waste. Freezing them turned out to be a great idea and now I have kefir ready to go whenever I want.



  • ice cube trays


  • 1 bottle Kefir


  • Give the bottle of kefir a good shake before you pouring.
  • Pour the kefir into the ice cube trays and freeze.
  • Once completely frozen, take out of the freezer and let defrost for 5 minutes on the counter. This will make it easier to unmold.
  • Unmold the kefir cubes and put in a freezer bag or container and keep frozen until you need to use it.


If you don’t want frozen kefir. Take the kefir cubes and put in a bowl and let melt at room temperature. Give it a mix and use or store in the fridge.