Probiotic Smoothie

This Probiotic Smoothie recipe is made with Greek yogurt and kombucha and offers a blend of tangy flavors and gut-friendly benefits. The creamy Greek yogurt provides a rich source of beneficial bacteria, while kombucha adds a refreshing fizz and additional probiotics for a delicious and nourishing beverage.

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Why we love this recipe

  • super quick and easy to throw together.
  • a delicious and refreshing way to support your gut health.
  • probiotics may enhance the absorption of nutrients, particularly vitamins, and minerals, making them more bioavailable for the body to utilize. 
  • probiotics in both the kombucha and Greek yogurt could improve digestion and strengthen the immune system.
  • I’ve also read that probiotics could reduce grey hair! If that one is true, only my hairstylist will know for sure. 😉
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  • kombucha – you can use any flavor you like or better yet learn how to make kombucha at home! Kombucha contains various enzymes that contribute to the potential health benefits.
  • water – we use filtered water from a Propur pitcher. It is super easy and convenient.
  • cucumber – adds a lovely, refreshing element to the smoothie.
  • Greek yogurt – we love using the Greek-style as it is thicker and creamier than regular probiotic yogurts. It is higher in protein and lower in carbohydrates. You could also substitute flavored or plain kefir which is more liquid in texture but still creamy and chock full of good bacteria.
  • romaine lettuce – any greens work in this smoothie. You can also use spinach, kale, or chard. All of these are good sources of calcium.
  • blueberries – any berries can be used. Strawberry is lovely. Use fresh or frozen.
  • ice cubes – this helps to make make your smoothie cool and frosty.
Smoothie ingredients on a counter.


blender – any blender works for smoothies! It can be a Nutribullet or a high-speed blender such as a Vitamix or Blendtec.


Step 1

Place the ingredients in a blender.

Smoothie ingredients in a blender.

Step 2

Blend until smooth and there are no chunks remaining.

Overhead image of a blended smoothie.

Expert tip

Use unsweetened yogurt to reduce sugar.

If you want to sweeten the blend naturally add a smidgen of honey.

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Recipe variations

  • Add a tropical twist by using frozen mango instead of berries and a splash of coconut water.
  • Make it a green goddess by adding more veggies like celery and broccoli.
  • Use different flavors of kombucha such as peach, lemon, or strawberry to switch up the taste.

Serving suggestions

  • Make a fun presentation by using cute mason jars for serving.
  • Serve alongside a slice of whole-grain toast with nut butter, a bowl of protein granola, or a plate of fresh fruits for a well-rounded meal.


Is a probiotic smoothie good for you?

Yes, they sure can be! Probiotics are beneficial bacteria that can have a positive impact on your gut health and overall well-being.

How often should I drink probiotic smoothies?

This can vary depending on personal preferences and needs. It’s generally recommended to incorporate probiotics into your diet on a regular basis to maintain a healthy gut. However, it’s best to consult with a healthcare professional or a registered dietitian for personalized recommendations.

Storage tips

This smoothie is best enjoyed right away but can be stored in a sealed container in the fridge for up to 8 hours.

Give the container a bit of a shake to mix things up again before drinking.

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**This recipe was originally posted on February 24, 2014, and updated on July 2, 2023.**

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Probiotic Smoothie

Sharon Rhodes
This Probiotic Smoothie recipe is made with Greek yogurt and kombucha and offers a blend of tangy flavors and gut-friendly benefits.
5 from 10 votes
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 0 minutes
0 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Course Smoothie
Cuisine American
Servings 2
Calories 72 kcal



  • Place ingredients into a blender.
  • Blend until smooth and there are no chunks remaining.



Storage tips

This smoothie is best enjoyed right away but can be stored in a sealed container in the fridge for up to 8 hours.
Give the container a bit of a shake to mix things up again before drinking.


Serving: 2Calories: 72kcalCarbohydrates: 11gProtein: 7gFat: 1gSaturated Fat: 0.1gPolyunsaturated Fat: 0.2gMonounsaturated Fat: 0.04gTrans Fat: 0.01gCholesterol: 3mgSodium: 379mgPotassium: 328mgFiber: 4gSugar: 7gVitamin A: 4137IUVitamin C: 14mgCalcium: 94mgIron: 1mg
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  1. 5 stars
    I love how it’s so good for the gut and tasty too. The mix of fruits and kombucha was smooth and had a pleasant tang to it.

  2. 5 stars
    I love kombucha but have never tried it in the form of smoothies. Omg it was so good. Thank you for sharing.

  3. 5 stars
    1. I love kombucha. 2. I love Greek yogurt. 3. I can blend them together???? I never thought of this before! I’m so excited and also super curious about your other recipes. What other clever ideas will I find here? I’m going to browse now 🙂

  4. 5 stars
    This kombucha smoothie was such a burst of flavours. I never had kombucha in a smoothie before. This was a revelation. Absolutely gorgeous.

  5. 5 stars
    I love finding new delecious and healthy smoothies, and this is now on my list! The cucumber makes the whole smoothie so refreshing, and I think this has inspired me to use cucumber more often in drinks. I’m looking forward to making this again!

  6. 5 stars
    Such a tasty combination of flavors and a great way to add probiotics. We enjoyed this smoothie as an afternoon treat.

  7. 5 stars
    This was delicious and I would never think to put Romaine lettuce in a smoothie but it was good. Cheers to our health.

  8. Probiotic foods are referred to by a few different names, like cultured vegetables, lacto-fermented beverages, fermented foods, and include such tasty treats as sauerkraut, kim chee, kefir, yogurt, kombucha, amasai and kvass. Each one of these foods has a long history of use by traditional cultures all over the world. Probiotic foods are beneficial for three main reasons: the fermentation process gives them a long shelf life, so they were used as a source of nutrition in the long winter months, they provide beneficial bacteria and yeast to aid with digestion and immunity and due to the fermentation process they contain more nutrition than their unfermented counterparts.

  9. I’ve never tried kombucha, but all those benefits make me want to give it a go! I tend to have trouble with fermented foods, but my digestion has been a bit ‘off’ lately, so I’m willing to do a little test. Great recipe too girl! 🙂

    1. Let me know how it works for you Lauren! Some say kombucha can be an acquired taste, so it’s a good to start with a smoothie. 🙂

  10. Haha, snap! Loving all these probiotic smoothies at the moment. I would love to start brewing my own kombucha – hopefully I can give this a go once I get my kefir brewing down pat. Thanks for the recipe, will have to give it a try 🙂

  11. Kombucha is a fermented food, which we so desperately need in our modern North American culture! I’m currently trying to make some kombucha at home (my neighbour gave me a kombucha fungi) and I read that the “fizziness” actually comes from adding ginger at the end.
    I stopped drinking pop many many years ago but I’m happy to have introduced this delicious and healthy beverage in my diet 🙂 So yummy! I can only imagine how delicious this smoothie is!

    1. I’m excited to see how your homemade kombucha turns out! I have been planning on making some sauerkraut or kimchi at home to try my hand at fermentation.

      I know you’d love this smoothie. 🙂

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