Healthy Probiotic Breakfast – How to Make Dairy Free Coconut Yogurt

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Blend up this creamy, dairy-free Coconut Yogurt for a healthy probiotic breakfast or snack!

This dairy-free Coconut Yogurt recipe gives you all the gut-boosting benefits of a fermented yogurt while keeping it 100% Paleo. You’ll only need 3 ingredients – coconut cream, probiotics, and honey.

For the best yogurt, pay special attention to the quality of your ingredients. The coconut cream should be organic and from a BPA-free can. You can also substitute coconut milk with 2 or 3 tablespoons of tapioca flour to thicken, or just use unthickened coconut milk if you prefer a runnier yogurt.

To get the needed gut-friendly bacteria in the coconut yogurt, use a dairy-free, plant-based probiotic with various bacterial strains. The three most important to look for are: Lactobacillus bulgaricus, Streptococcus thermophilus and Lactobacillus casei.

This recipe uses honey as a sweetener, but you can also substitute maple syrup, coconut sugar, stevia, or even blended fresh fruit if you prefer. Feel free to adjust the quantity of sweetener to your liking. You really can’t mess it up, and it’s so much better for you than store-bought yogurts!

After the mixture is blended well, transfer the yogurt to a glass jar with a lid, and let it ferment in the oven for a full day. Chill for at least two hours, then grab a spoon and dig in! Enjoy it as is, or try serving it with fresh fruit, raw nuts and seeds, or Paleo granola.

How to Make Dairy Free Coconut Yogurt

Recipe by Megan Olson

Blend up this creamy, dairy-free Coconut Yogurt for a healthy probiotic breakfast or snack!


  • Food processor or high-speed blender (sterilized)
  • Sterile glass jar with lid


  • 2 15 oz. cans organic coconut cream, chilled in the refrigerator 4 hours
  • 2 dairy-free probiotic pills with bacterial strains L. bulgaricus, S. thermophilus and L. casei
  • 1 T honey


  1. Open coconut cream and separate the liquid from the cream.
  • In a food processor or high-speed blender, add the cream with the probiotic pills and honey. Process on high for 3 minutes until pills are broken down.
  • Check the consistency of the yogurt. If it’s too thick, add a little of the coconut water and blend.
  • Transfer the yogurt to a glass jar and seal with lid.
  • Preheat the oven to 100°F. Place the glass jar in the oven for 24 hours to ferment.
  • Once fermented, remove from the oven, cool and stir the yogurt. Chill in the refrigerator for at least 2 hours.

Watch the video – Dairy Free Coconut Yogurt

Written by Megan Olson

Author Bio:

Megan is the author of the gluten free website, Skinny Fitalicious where she creates easy, low calorie recipes. Megan is also a nutrition practitioner specializing in weight loss. When she’s not in the kitchen or coaching clients, she’s in the gym teaching group fitness. To view more of her work, visit Skinny Fitalicious.

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