Pumpkin Pie Kombucha

Happy Halloween Weekend!

I’m a big fan of kombucha, especially freshly made at home (kombucha making post coming soon!). If you have yet to try it, kombucha is simply a delicious fermented tea beverage that’s very easy to find in about a billion different flavors at your local health food store. Despite the billion (give or take a few) flavors out there, this one has yet to be done. Its sweet, fizzy, festive, and I’ve never come across anything quite like it.


3/4 cup unflavored kombucha
1/4 cup fresh carrot juice
1 dropperful NuNaturals liquid stevia
1 pinch pumpkin pie spice

Mix together gently so the fizziness doesn’t get too crazy!

The lovely ladyfriend and I spent last night enjoying Halloween festivities, she as an adorable sailor and I as a 50’s Pinup Girl.

Brit and Rande do Halloween

How cute is she??

Any kombucha drinkers out there? Do you ever make your own? How about Halloween, any fun costumes or plans to share?



Filed under Juice, Recipes

9 responses to “Pumpkin Pie Kombucha

  1. I’d love to know how to make my own Kombucha! Very cool.

  2. Pingback: Happy Halloween! | The Vegetable Centric Kitchen

  3. So cute Rande! You two are adorable!

  4. PS Do you know what form or plugin you use for your comments? They look so clean and lovely in this format. Thanks!

  5. LOVE this recipe! I am going to try it this week!

  6. Christin

    I love this recipe and I’m going to try it, I hate stevia though. I’m going to try maple syrup, thank you!!

  7. Max

    Wow, wonderful blog layout! How long have you been blogging for?
    you make blogging look easy. The overall look of your web site is excellent, let alone the content!

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