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Coconut Milk Yogurt

Coconut Milk Yogurt

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Sensitive to dairy? No need to miss out on yogurt! Just make your own dairy-free Coconut Milk Yogurt.

Coconut Milk Yogurt

Coconut Milk Yogurt

Servings

2-3

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Refrigerate canned coconut milk overnight to allow milk to thicken.
  2. Once coconut cream has risen to the top, spoon the cream into a small bowl. If you prefer your yogurt to be a little runny, then use the clear liquid at the bottom of the can. If you prefer very thick yogurt, you may want to use just the coconut cream from 2 cans, discarding the clear liquid or saving it for a smoothie.
  3. Empty the contents of one probiotic capsules into the coconut milk and whisk together. If using tapioca starch to thicken the yogurt, add to coconut milk mixture and whisk together again.
  4. Pour contents into a resealable glass jar and seal the lid. Place the jar in the oven, and allow the coconut milk to incubate while the oven remains off (the temperature will be warm enough to incubate the yogurt cultures).
  5. Allow jar to sit in oven for about 18-24 hours, and then place in refrigerator to halt the incubating process. The flavor of the yogurt is directly related with the time it spends incubating, so if you want a tangier and tart flavor, let your yogurt incubate longer. If you dislike tart yogurt, then place yogurt in the fridge after 18-24 hours.
  6. Allow yogurt to cool in fridge for about 5 hours, and stir in The Myers Way Paleo protein for added protein, if desired.
  7. Season to taste with other flavors of your choosing, and enjoy!

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Print Free eBook: 35 Gut Recovery Recipes

Coconut Milk Yogurt

Coconut Milk Yogurt

Print Free eBook: 35 Gut Recovery Recipes

Coconut Milk Yogurt

Coconut Milk Yogurt

Servings

2-3

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Refrigerate canned coconut milk overnight to allow milk to thicken.
  2. Once coconut cream has risen to the top, spoon the cream into a small bowl. If you prefer your yogurt to be a little runny, then use the clear liquid at the bottom of the can. If you prefer very thick yogurt, you may want to use just the coconut cream from 2 cans, discarding the clear liquid or saving it for a smoothie.
  3. Empty the contents of one probiotic capsules into the coconut milk and whisk together. If using tapioca starch to thicken the yogurt, add to coconut milk mixture and whisk together again.
  4. Pour contents into a resealable glass jar and seal the lid. Place the jar in the oven, and allow the coconut milk to incubate while the oven remains off (the temperature will be warm enough to incubate the yogurt cultures).
  5. Allow jar to sit in oven for about 18-24 hours, and then place in refrigerator to halt the incubating process. The flavor of the yogurt is directly related with the time it spends incubating, so if you want a tangier and tart flavor, let your yogurt incubate longer. If you dislike tart yogurt, then place yogurt in the fridge after 18-24 hours.
  6. Allow yogurt to cool in fridge for about 5 hours, and stir in The Myers Way Paleo protein for added protein, if desired.
  7. Season to taste with other flavors of your choosing, and enjoy!

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9 responses to “Coconut Milk Yogurt”

  1. Rachel Bare Fitchett says:

    Can I make my own coconut milk instead of using canned? Also, my little guy is allergic to all dairy…what is the BEST way for him to get enough calcium/K2? Thank you for your reply!

    • Of course you can make your own! Just be sure to let it thicken in the refrigerator overnight. Your little one can get plenty of calcium of dark, leafy greens, broccoli, sesame seeds, figs and almonds. If you’re worried about a deficiency, get him on a children’s multivitamin.

  2. Marcia Kislik says:

    Do you have the nutritional info for this recipe? Thank you.

  3. Jade Burns says:

    Is there a starting temperature that the oven should be on? Thanks!

  4. CW says:

    I don’t understand if the oven is off, how is there any warmth at all? When I have made regular raw milk yogurt, we have put it in a cooler with a heating pad.

  5. Cheryl Tennis says:

    This looks wonderful, can’t wait to try this. What is the shelf life in the fridge for the yogurt?

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