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Strawberry Lemonade Kombucha Recipe

by Hannah Singleton

This Strawberry Lemonade Kombucha smoothie bowl recipe is oh-so-sweet (without any added sugar) and oh-so-delicious. The sweet taste comes from the fruit, both the strawberries and banana, as well as the addition of our Nexba Rose Lemonade Kombucha.


With the unprecedented times we are experiencing worldwide, now, more than ever, we need to do what we can to look after our health. We need to increase intake of foods to support our immunity and nurture our gut health so that we give ourselves the best chance to fight off and prevent illness. In turn, we are protecting others by lowering our own chances of transmitting.

A few healthy habits to establish to keep our immunity firing:

  • Eat lots of nutrient-rich fruits and vegetables
  • Including fermented foods such as kefir, sauerkraut and kombucha
  • Take Vitamin C supplements or eat Vitamin C rich foods
  • Incorporate anti-inflammatory ingredients such as turmeric
  • Cook with medicinal ingredients such as garlic and ginger
  • Stay adequately hydrated

What makes Nexba kombucha so good?

Made with 100% Oolong tea leaves, live Scoby and brewed for 40 days, our Kombucha's contain no sugar and create a tantalising dance for your taste buds.

Each kombucha bottle contains 500 million live probiotics. Our unique strain of smart and robust probiotics can survive the journey from mouth to gut where they work hard to promote optimum health. The probiotics are so robust that our kombucha doesn’t need to be kept in the fridge.

The extra brewing time ensures our kombucha has zero sugar, zero caffeine and zero alcohol. It also removes that vinegar-like taste that many consumers report after trying kombucha for the first time.

Containing no alcohol and no caffeine our kombucha will not only support your gut health but will also help to keep you hydrated.

Now, let’s talk about the health benefits of strawberries…

With so many ‘superfood’ berries available, sometimes we forget that strawberries, with their rich red colour, are also packed with antioxidant phytonutrients. The humble strawberry plays an important role in protecting us against free radical damage and inflammation that can lead to chronic disease. Strawberries also have a favourable impact on blood sugar, an important consideration for everybody, especially those with diabetes or pre-diabetes. 

Strawberries are a fantastic dietary choice and come with an excellent nutritional profile of:

  • Vitamins A and C
  • minerals including magnesium
  • calcium
  • fibre
In addition, strawberries are low GI, low calorie and readily available. Ticking all boxes!


To add a little Easter decadence, we recommend topping this strawberry lemonade kombucha bowl with grated or roughly chopped chocolate and/or a few Easter Eggs. You can source vegan, sugar-free eggs to ensure this bowl keeps it’s sugar-free, dairy-free and all-round ‘healthy' status.


Servings 2.

1 cup frozen strawberries (or mixed berries)
1 large frozen banana
1 cup Nexba Rose Lemonade Kombucha
1/2 cup coconut or greek yoghurt
1 tbsp lemon juice
Grated chocolate and/or Easter eggs, to use as a topping



  1. Combine all ingredients in a high power blender, blend until smooth and creamy.
  2. Spoon into bowls and add toppings of choice. In the spirit of Easter, we recommend topping with grated sugar-free chocolate and/or Easter eggs.
  3. Serve and devour.


Hannah Singleton
Hannah Singleton


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