Milk Kefir Recipes – Milk products: Cottage Cheese, Cheese, Sour Cream

Milk Kefir Recipes – Milk products: Cottage Cheese, Cheese, Sour Cream

Milk Kefir Cottage Cheese Playing and creating is fun! That is why I offer so many spiritual services and classes, such as Spiritual Counseling and Intuitive Guidance as well as Angel Readings and Tarot Cards Readings to help you to have more fun in your life, playing in many different areas of your life with many different things!

When I first learned about Kefir grains I was not sure what I was letting myself in for! Then I found out that you could mix Kefir grains with Milk and create delicious nutritious products! I now use Milk Kefir grains daily and I love playing with it and showing people all the ways they can be used in order to get the best out of them!

One of those receipes which I can constantly asked about is Milk Kefir Cottage Cheese! So today I am going to share this with you along with one or two other products!

Cottage Cheese

So firstly with Cottage Cheese. You are going to need:

• 2 liters of Milk Kefir.

1. Put kefir into a large non-enamel pot on a low heat and let the Milk Kefir come to a gradual boil.
2. Once it has boiled up, reduce the heat and let the pot stand for approx.. 3-5 minutes.
3. After this time, you start to see the separation of the buttermilk and the cottage cheese grains. The Cottage cheese will float to the top of the pot.
4. Let the pot cool down and strain the entire product through a sieve or a cheese cloth. Your Cottage cheese will be in your sieve/Cheese cloth.
5. Turn out your cottage cheese into a bowl or mold and leave to set.

With the leftover buttermilk, it can be used for making pancakes or in cosmetology! It is also a fantastic remedy if you have a nasty cough that you can’t get rid of.

1. Take ½ glass of buttermilk.
2. Add a pinch to a teaspoon of baking soda.
3. Mix it together and warm it slightly.
4. Drink twice a day.
5. Voila! Bye bye cough!


Milk Kefir Cheese

After you have made your cottage cheese above, you can now go about making your own Cheese! For this you will need:

• 1 kg of cottage cheese
• 1 liter of milk
• 100 gr of butter
• 1 egg
• 1 tea spoon of salt
• 1 teaspoon of and baking soda.

1. Put milk into a non-enameled pot and bring to a gradual simmer. Do not let it come to a boil.
2. Add cottage cheese there, then gently stir it and let it curdle.
3. Strain the reduced cottage cheese into a cheese cloth and let it stream down.
4. Melt your butter and combine it with your salt and backing soda.
5. Put all your Cottage cheese back and add your butter mix.
6. Bring to a Boil for about 10 minutes. After this reduce and take from the heat.
7. Then mix this with a beaten egg into a light form.
8. Put this form into a fridge to set.

Milk Kefir Pancakes

I’ve already mentioned about using the Milk Kefir grain buttermilk. Here is how you use Milk Kefir to make pancakes!

• 1 glass of flour
• 1 glass of Milk Kefir
• 1/2 of tea spoon of salt
• 1/2 of tea spoon of backing soda
• 1 tea spoon of sugar
• 3 table spoons of olive or sunflower oil. (For frying).

1. Mix together all the ingredients, except for oil. The texture of the dough should be similar to Milk Kefir texture.
2. Using Oil in Pan and bring to a heat. Fry pancakes on this.

Sour Cream

Milk Kefir Sour Cream

Sour Cream has so many uses and what better way to improve it than to combine it with Kefir grains. It is so simple to make! Instead of using milk, put your Kefir Grains into cream with 35% fattiness.

Once it is ready, the Sour Cream will have a very thick texture. To separate the Kefir grains, gently strain the sour cream through the strainer and where needed, using the wooden spoon to push the remaining sour cream through the strainer.

This is just a sample of what you can cook with Kefir grains and I love all of these! Keep following this blog for more recipes in the near future by subscribing to my newsletter!

Enjoy! 🙂

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  1. WN June 19, 2016 at 3:30 pm - Reply

    There are a lot of recipes around the internetA for using the  fermented milk product,  kefir so I thought I would make a big list to help inspire you to use kefir and not get bored with using it, if it s a part of your diet. The easiest way and tastiest way, to me, is to make kefir is in a smoothie or to serve kefirA with berries.

  2. Bandic July 15, 2016 at 6:06 pm - Reply

    This milk kefir recipe was raspberry and lemon flavoured delicious ! I would recommend it as a great simple recipe for those new to kefir.

  3. Bakalova Oksana July 16, 2016 at 6:29 pm - Reply

    Thanks for the post, it is so convenient and such a time saver to have all the info and links in one place. Just got my first milk kefir grains in the mail today. I have made my own yogurt for awhile and just discovered that kefir has more good strains and seems easier, am so excited to try it!

    • Maria Sidorova July 17, 2016 at 12:29 am - Reply

      wonderful! enjoy your kefir and have fun playing with recipes! 🙂

  4. Recuva July 28, 2016 at 5:43 pm - Reply

    Plain milk is the basis for a tasty assortment of products, from butter to yogurt and cheese, created over the centuries by necessity, accident or ingenuity. Many of these products are nearly as old as milk itself, but guess who’s the new kid on the block? Ice cream! Believe it or not, this dairy obsession didn’t appear in the historical record until the h century.

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