coconut yoghurt

My coconut yoghurt recipe (PLUS an extra recipe treat!)

So how about this for an experiment with double the fun?  TWO recipes from the one amazing mix.

I was playing around in the kitchen this week and fell over THIS.

See above.  It’s my coconut yoghurt recipe – LITERALLY blending the flesh of a coconut (or might I suggest a few for a decent batch) with a probiotic capsule and blending until it’s a super smooth consistency.  Even my husband was licking the bowl!

Then, after I made this, I thought I’d take it one step further and create….

Nat's coconut dish


Here’s what you need (makes 2 serves):

1 cup of my My coconut yoghurt (or you could use coho)

3-4 strawberries

5-6 blueberries

2 tbs chia seeds

1 cup of coconut water


Blend the coconut yoghurt with berries and set aside.

Combine chia and coconut water and allow to sit until the chia absorbs the coconut water.

Mix the coconut yoghurt with the chia seeds and serve in martini glasses.

So good and easy!

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13 Responses to “My coconut yoghurt recipe (PLUS an extra recipe treat!)”

  1. angelica

    what is the coconut Yoghurt recipe?

  2. dani

    Hi Nat, what brand probiotic capsule do you use? Looks super easy & delicious! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Peta

    Ill have to try this! Wow!

    Also wondering which probiotic you use. I really need to start these.

  4. Mrs G

    Hi, Nat!

    I’ve two questions for you: do you use a “standard” coconut or a young coconut?

    Can you tell me how many millions/billions bacteria are in one capsule? I’m unable to find this brand, so I’d like to replace it with a similar alternative.

    Thanks a lot.

  5. Sara

    Do you have to leave the yogurt to sit after blending the meat and probiotic capsule? Or is it just ready to go? Also, are there measurements? Thanks! x

    • mnfadmin

      Any coconut will do! I use Metagneics but all good probiotics will do. x

    • mnfadmin

      The flesh of 1 coconut per probiotic capsule as indicate. Use more coconut, then use more probiotic. There’s no real way you can go wrong – more or less won’t really matter. You can let it sit or eat straight away. x

  6. Chris

    Any tips on getting the coconut flesh out of the shell? I find it a very difficult and messy!!

  7. Amy @ Cultivate Beauty

    I’ve been wanting to try my hand at coconut yoghurt, but all the recipes out there look too technical and difficult for me! Using thickening agents, the right cultures… etc etc!

    But this recipe I think I can manage! And looks delish! I’ll have to give it a try! 🙂