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Cultured butter is simply butter that is made from raw milk that still has all of its good, live bacteria. This is a probiotic rich food that is full of healthy vitamins like A and D as well as healthy fats (especially if your raw dairy comes from grass-fed cows).
When it comes to making homemade yogurt, the options are endless! You can culture using a previous homemade batch, store-bought yogurt, a single use starter culture, or even powdered probiotics.
If you don’t own a yogurt maker, have no fear! Yogurt can be made in an oven, crock-pot, or your trusty Instant Pot (this one even has a yogurt button).
Enjoy your yogurt plain, or add some flavor with pure vanilla, honey, fresh fruit, or even a drop or two of essential oils.
Making raw cream cheese is actually a lot simpler than you might imagine. Just think about the bragging rights you’d have at your next party when you serve up a cheesecake made with homemade cream cheese. And lets not forget things like bagels with cream cheese and lox, sprouted bread with some cream cheese and strawberries, or even as a delicious frosting for a healthy carrot cake.
Now we are talking! I know, I had you at chocolate. This is one recipe you may want to make a double batch of…one for you and one for your family. The best part about this ice cream is that it actually is full of live probiotics and other vitamins and minerals, so you can feel good about feeding this one to your kids knowing it is a healthy treat for them to indulge in.
This recipe calls for raw milk, raw cream, and either homemade kefir or yogurt. You’ll also need a yogurt maker to churn your creation! Adding a splash of vodka to the recipe also helps to prevent freezer burn if you plan on storing any leftovers after making (not likely).
Once you’ve mastered this recipe, feel free to swap out the cocoa powder and create your own delicious flavors. Salted caramel, strawberry, pecan? The options are endless!
I grew up on TCBY frozen yogurt. Since I was a little girl, this frozen treat was my favorite dessert year round. To this day, I still hold a special place in my heart for every Pinkberry and Menchies chain that I dive past!
These fun flavored varieties may be able to claim some probiotics, but I would hardly call them healthy thanks to many additives and loads of sugar!
I couldn’t resist including this recipe for a healthier frosting that is low in sugar and rich in probiotics. This one is sure to please children and adults alike.
This frosting calls for yogurt cheese, which is basically Greek yogurt that is strained until ALL of the liquid whey has dripped off. This thick base is then mixed with almond extract and sweetened with maple syrup to create the perfect flavor.
Use this delicious topping on your favorite birthday cake, cupcakes, or cookies!
am pretty addicted to my homemade matcha (green tea) lattes, but I do also have a special place in my heart (and tastebuds) for coffee. After all, I am a sleep deprived work-at-home Mama with three children who are allergic to sleeping.
While Starbucks may offer up some very delicious sounding javas, I simply cannot justify spending $7 on a single beverage (not to mention the sugar content).
The good news is that making your own flavored coffee creamers can be as easy as mixing together 3-4 simple ingredients that will keep in your fridge for up to 10 days. As an added bonus, you’ll be saving tons of money!
With flavor options like vanilla, French toast, caramel, and lavender, you can enjoy a healthier alternative without sacrificing on taste.