Minty Probiotic Dressing

When & How

Dairy alternative – I recommend not mixing different types of animal proteins. If you’re using dairy, I suggest using the dressing for dinner on a bowl of veggies and grains. 


Vegan alternative – the perfect immune-boosting add-on to all your lunch and dinner dishes. It especially goes well with seafood, cooked veggies, and all types of grains. I love it with cooked zucchini, quinoa, and pan-seared scallops. 


80g unsweetened plain kefir (dairy or plant-based) – I love cashew milk kefir

4-5 tbsp coconut yogurt (unsweetened)

½ tbsp lemon juice

5 fresh mint leaves

Salt & pepper, to taste


Place kefir, coconut yogurt, lemon juice, mint, salt, and pepper in a blender. Blend until smooth. 



  • Kefir and coconut yogurt often contain added sugars. Don’t forget to check the label at the supermarket!
  • To make the dressing more creamy and dense, you can add a couple of extra tablespoons of coconut yogurt. You can also substitute coconut yogurt with a different unsweetened plant-based alternative, such as almond milk yogurt or soy yogurt.



Kefir contains both probiotics (the good gut bacteria) and prebiotics (the type of fiber that feeds our gut bacteria). This superfood boosts our digestive immunity and helps with metabolism.


This plant has potent antimicrobial, antioxidant and digestive properties. 



Their characteristic sourness supports the liver and optimizes digestion. Lemons are also rich in vitamin C, which exhibits potent antioxidant properties and helps increase iron absorption. Use this dressing on top of iron-rich foods, such as spinach, radicchio, beef, shellfish, and oats to maximize iron absorption from the body.       

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