Fermented Orange Creamsicle Recipe

If you’re looking for a refreshing non-alcoholic drink to sip at parties this summer, or to simply toast to your everyday bliss — you so have to try theses fermented recipes I just whipped up.

Fermented Orange Creamsicle



  • Stir your honey into the orange juice with a wooden spoon
  • Add ginger juice
  • Stir in fermented coconut milk
  • Stir in coconut kefir
  • Pour over ice

For an even more blissful treat, mix 1/2 cup of this chocolate shake with your fermented orange creamsicle for a drink that is a dream come true.

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7 thoughts on “Fermented Orange Creamsicle Recipe

  • I’m not sure where you are getting your information, but great topic. I needs to spend some time learning more or understanding more. Thanks for magnificent info I was looking for this information for my mission.

  • I am just beginning to discover the wonderful world of fermented foods and found this blog useful. Thanks for sharing this!

    • coconut water kefir the way i make it is made with young coconut water which is full of nutrients and a controlled starter from Body Ecology — wjhich better guarantees me a potent batch. i sometimes make coocnut milk kefir with store bhought coocnut milk or home made coconutmilk ( by blenidng coconut meat with water or coconut water). Coconut milk kefir doesnt have the strong nutritional profile, but it does contain healthy fats and it still good for building your gut flora.

      store bought coconut milk kefir is not kefr at all and most is not living probiotics either. there are tons of less healthy additives that make it more of a treat thana ahealing drink.

      hoppe this helps


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