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Cranberry Flavored Holiday Kombucha

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Cranberry Flavored Holiday Kombucha


    You want to make the holidays exciting and different every year. Adding this recipe to your list of entertainment beverages, you will see just how much everyone likes the delicious and unique taste that is found in this unique combination.

    • 6 minutes
    • Serves 4
    • Easy




    When it comes to the holidays, you want to have something available for the guests that come to your home and spend some time. When you want to offer something that is non-alcoholic and healthy, this recipe will most likely do it for you. Before the guests begin to arrive, you can create a drink that everyone will be asking for every year.

    Not only is this recipe delicious, its also healthy as well. Kombucha tea can be made with green tea or black tea depending on your preference. While some people prefer the lightness of the green tea, the dark black tea can make a nice tea too.

    Part of entertaining and hosting for the holidays is to be creative and unique, you want your guests to remember that time together with you. Its easy to feel overwhelmed when you are trying to create the unique and perfect evening together but there is no reason to stress out. Instead, prepare this recipe and serve some healthy snacks to your guests.


    Cranberries are great in many holiday recipes. There are several recipes available to make cranberries part of your holiday meals; from main dishes, sides, or desserts, you can add cranberries for any holiday gathering. Adding cranberries in your daily diet can provide many benefits such as helping to reduce the chances of a urinary tract infection. It can also help to prevent cardiovascular disease and slow the progression of some tumors. Its full of vitamin C and vitamin E as well as lots of fiber. Together with the benefits of the kombucha tea, you have lots of reasons to drink it.


    For this recipe, you will need the juice of a freshly squeezed lemon. Why should you use fresh? Because there is no process between the time you cut that lemon until the time that it reaches the recipe. Fresh lemons also means that you get the necessary vitamins and nutrients that you can’t get from over processed foods. Lemons are acidic and that helps the body with ph balance. Its also great for getting extra vitamin C in your daily diet. Lemons are good for the liver, help the bowels to move more regular, and assist in breaking up gallstones and kidney stones that may be forming in the body. Lemons can help to strengthen the blood vessels which will help to prevent hemorrhaging internally. If you have high blood pressure, then lemons can be important to you as well. With antibacterial properties found in lemons, your immune system can help fight off germs and bacteria too.

    Maple Syrup

    So why is maple syrup in a kombucha flavoring recipe? There are so many reasons why this makes sense. Adding maple syrup to your diet gives you added manganese, zinc, potassium, calcium, iron, and magnesium. Maple syrup can help to regulate the body’s natural sugar level, help to decrease the amount of inflammation in the body, and improve your body’s own digestive system. There are many different types of maple syrup available at the stores today. Be sure to read your labels. You want to find organic natural maple syrup that is not filled with artificial sugars and sweetener’s to give it a maple taste.

    For this recipe, you will need to process your kombucha tea. If you haven’t done this yet, you can find an easy recipe here. There are two fermentation processes your kombucha tea will need to go through. Stop at the first process and add the recipe below.

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    Finish the first part of the fermentation process in a plain kombucha tea recipe before proceeding to step two.

    4 minutes

    Add ingredients

    Add the maple syrup, lemon juice, and cranberry juice to the plain kombucha tea mixture.

    Note: If the container or jar that you have the plain kombucha in is not large enough to accommodate all the juices combined, you may want to pour everything into a larger container.

    2 minutes

    Combine Thoroughly

    Stir the lemon juice, cranberry juice, maple syrup, and plain kombucha with a wooden utensil to combine all juices thoroughly.


    Continue to the second fermentation process using your recipe.


    Refrigerate until you are ready to drink.


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