Coconut yogurt

I love experimenting with fermenting and culturing foods! One my favorite recipes to make is coconut milk yogurt because it is super simple, delicious and it only takes a few days to culture! I put this stuff on everything! Oats, raw vegan desserts, salads, anything! Here's how. You will need... 2 cans of organic coconut milk 60 billion strains of probiotic powder (you can get little packets of theses in the supplement section from whole foods or the co-op for just a few dollars) 1 tablespoon of maple syrup

I love experimenting with fermenting and culturing foods! One my favorite recipes to make is coconut milk yogurt because it is super simple, delicious and it only takes a few days to culture! I put this stuff on everything! Oats, raw vegan desserts, salads, anything! Here's how.

You will need...

2 cans of organic coconut milk

60 billion strains of probiotic powder (you can get little packets of theses in the supplement section from whole foods or the co-op for just a few dollars)

1 tablespoon of maple syrup

      Step 1: Open the cans of coconut milk. Take the top portion ( the thick and fatty part) of the milk  and put it in the blender. Discard the thin and water part of the milk. You won't be needing that for this recipe Step 2: Add the Pro-biotic powder. Now like I said you can use the packets that you can get from whole foods or if you have a pro-biotic pill that you take, you can just open the capsule and use that powder. It should equal to be about 60 billion strains of pro-biotic per 2 cans of coconut milk. Step 3: Add one tablespoon of maple syrup and add blend it all together until smooth Step 4: Pour the mixture into a large glass mason jar Step 5: Cover the jar with a coffee filter, cheese cloth or a dish towel and secure with a rubber band Step 6: Let it sit out for 48 hours to culture. Once it is thick and creamy, cover with a lid and store in the refrigerator for up to 10 days.       Step 7: Enjoy with everything you eat! 

 

 

 

Step 1: Open the cans of coconut milk. Take the top portion ( the thick and fatty part) of the milk  and put it in the blender. Discard the thin and water part of the milk. You won't be needing that for this recipe

Step 2: Add the Pro-biotic powder. Now like I said you can use the packets that you can get from whole foods or if you have a pro-biotic pill that you take, you can just open the capsule and use that powder. It should equal to be about 60 billion strains of pro-biotic per 2 cans of coconut milk.

Step 3: Add one tablespoon of maple syrup and add blend it all together until smooth

Step 4: Pour the mixture into a large glass mason jar

Step 5: Cover the jar with a coffee filter, cheese cloth or a dish towel and secure with a rubber band

Step 6: Let it sit out for 48 hours to culture. Once it is thick and creamy, cover with a lid and store in the refrigerator for up to 10 days.      

Step 7: Enjoy with everything you eat! 

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