Gut Healing Frozen Bites with Mango Kefir and Collagen

Gut Healing Frozen Bites with Mango Kefir and Collagen

These gut healing, frozen bites are the perfect snack for the hot summer days. They are delicious and so easy to prepare. The bites contain essential ingredients for a healthy digestive tract. With every serving you consume probiotics, collagen and fiber. All of these are needed for healthy gut function.

You can serve the gut healing frozen bites for dessert or snack. When you feel like having a refreshing sweet treat just pop some in your mouth. They are so yummy.

Gut Healing Frozen Bites with Mango Kefir and Collagen

Why should you make this recipe?

These frozen bites are so delicious and easy to prepare. You don’t need any cooking experience to make them, but you need a blender or a smoothie maker. You also need chocolate molds or ice cube trays. The hardest thing in this recipe is to wait for those delicious bites to freeze.

You need only four tasty and gut friendly ingredients to prepare these frozen bites. All of them can help you maintain a healthy digestive system.

*Collagen is the only supplement that I take regularly. It supplies my body with all the essential amino acids. They are the building blocks for tissues, joints, nails, skin and every organ in the body. Collagen may help repair small holes in the small intestine and prevent Leaky Gut Syndrome.

*Kefir is one of the most powerful natural probiotics you can take. It has more diverse and higher count probiotics than yogurt. Probiotics are different spices of beneficial bacteria that fights off the harmful bacteria in your digestive tract. This helps prevent inflammation and infection in the gut and in the body. Kefir also contain calcium, protein, B12 and vitamin D. For this recipe I used kefir from Green Valley.

*White chocolate– I used sugar free chocolate chips from Choc Zero to prepare the gut healing, frozen bites. Sugar is destructive for the gut flora and I decided to leave it out of this recipe.

*Mango is rich in digestive enzymes and fiber that can help with healthy digestion. It also contains many antioxidants and vitamins that can protect form aging and inflammation in the body.

Gut Healing Frozen Bites with Mango Kefir and Collagen

Helpful tips

How to melt chocolate?

I usually create a water bath to melt the chocolate. This means that I put a pot of simmering water underneath the bowl with the chocolate and I stir until it is melted. If the water in the water bath is boiling it might ruin the chocolate.

You can also melt the chocolate in the microwave. Put your chocolate in a microwave safe bowl and heat it for about a minute on high. Stop the microwave and stir it occasionally (every 15 seconds) so it doesn’t burn.

Gut Healing Frozen Bites with Mango Kefir and Collagen
Other helpful tips

I used unsweetened and whole kefir for this recipe. I don’t buy and use any low-fat dairy myself, so you won’t see me using it in my recipes.

It is very important to use unflavored and unsweetened collagen peptides. I prefer using Vital Proteins, but you can use any brand that you like.

You are going to need a blender or a smoothie maker for this recipe. Make sure that the mixture is well blended before transferring it in the molds.

If you don’t have chocolate molds you can use ice-cube trays. Another option is to pour the mixture on a baking sheet and freeze it. Then use a knife to cut it to bite-sized pieces.

This blog post is not sponsored. I love the products of Choc Zero and I use them all the time in my recipes. If you use the link I’ve provided you will get $15 off your first purchase and $15 off any of my furniture purchases.

Gut Healing Frozen Bites with Mango Kefir and Collagen

Prep Time10 minutes
Freezing time1 hour
Total Time1 hour 6 minutes
Course: Dessert, Snack
Keyword: collagen, easy, kefir, low carb, mango, white chocolate
Servings: 35


  • High power blender or smoothie maker


  • 1 ripe mango peeled, cubed
  • 1 cup kefir whole, plain, unsweetened
  • 2 Tbsp unflavored collagen peptides
  • 4 oz white chocolate chips 1/2 cup, I used sugar free from Choc Zero


  • Melt the chocolate chips.
  • In a blender or a smoothie maker add the mango, kefir, collagen and the melted chocolate. Blend until the mixture is smooth.
  • Fill chocolate molds or ice cube trays with the mixture and freeze for at least an hour before serving.
Gut Healing Frozen Bites with Mango Kefir and Collagen

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