Kombucha Holiday Punch Recipe
Russel Yip shot the photos for the article, and did a whole gallery on the Chronicle site I made a favorite stew, simple baby arugula salad, and the Rye Buttermilk Cakes from Near & Far Also, I made a wreath - which, I promise, you could also make
Kombucha Holiday Punch
1 bottle prosecco
2 cups ginger kombucha
sparkling water, to taste
Lots of ice, or ice molds
Combine the prosecco, kombucha, and gin in a punch bowl or pitcher with lots of ice, or an ice mold Serve straight, or topped off with sparkling water, to taste
Prep time: 5 min
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Now I'm directly a bit sad I don't drink alcohol as this sounds so yummy!
xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena
This is perfect! I've been looking for a punch or cocktail recipe to serve at our Christmas dinner and I love that yours uses kombucha Happy holidays Heidi! xo
Christine / my natural kitchen
I love that photo of you Heidi
Heidi that looks lovely and deadly ;) But where are those stunning coupes from?? I'm guessing antiques? Sigh
Love this idea Heidi! I have used kombucha for g&ts (or g&ks I should say) which works great if you are looking for a lower sugar and fresher version of the old classic Next time I have a crowd over I think I will make your punch instead!
ON IT And with a cayenne cleanse 'back' to moderate consumption I also love that picture of you, gorgeous lady x
This looks amazing- and the best part (besides the kombucha) is that it doesn't have a dozen ingredients and steps! My kind of recipe!
I saw this just a day too late -threw a garland making party last night and was looking for a punch -and now I see that you have so many! guess I'll have to throw another party! xo
Heidi you look so attractive in the pix sipping the stew? How about the recipe for your favorite stew I grew up in SF and now live in Carmelmiss the city Thanks for all your postings
HS: Thanks June! There is a saffron variation of it in Near & FarDo you remember its name Thank you PriyaHi Priya Im not 100 sure at this point. but I can post this one at some point
Never thought of pairing up kombucha with Prosecco sounds like a grand ole time Cheers!
The punch looks very interesting, but as we don't have kombucha over here, I will be making either your Winter Shandy Punch or the Blood Orange Gin Sparkler for Christmas, they also both look delicious! Unfortunately, the Chronicle article is only available to subscribers :o(
Kombucha punch sounds like a great departure from the traditional overly sweetened kind Love this idea :)
Congrats on the feature!
Heidi please forgive the non-food comment, but I am poised to do a bunch of painting, and am seeking a lovely bright white wall paint like the one in your photos Do you remember its name? Thank you++ Priya
Hi Priya! I'm not 100% sure at this point The white is a sort-of creamy, glossy white, and the walls are what I think is Benjamin Moore "Feather Down" It was chosen by the previous owners and we like it a lot too Hope this helps at least a bit
I love the idea of punch, and I've had some fantastic ones, but most punches tend to be quite sweet and/or very boozy This looks fantastic, and I bet it would make a mean cocktail for one or two
Ha I was just sipping cranberry kombucha in a cocktail coupe last night because my work for the day wasn't quite done yet, but I wanted it to FEEL like 5 o'clock while I wrapped things up This sounds about a thousand times better :)
Not quite related to the recipe but I have to comment on the Rye buttermilk cakes - I made this from your book and they are just fantastic
HS: Thanks Ambica! I love them too
Wicked delish! I just did a trial runfor Christmas Eve and addeda bruised mint leaf to each glass for color and zing Thumbs up!
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