Recipe Directions

Blend all ingredients (except fruit) until it’s completely smooth. I usually test taste a bit to be sure it’s tart enough and sweet enough then add lemon or agave accordingly. Then add the fruit and mix till it’s gently mixed. Chill for about 30 minutes and it will firm up a great deal.

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By harmonylia

Tastes so close to yogurt…and it’s NUT FREE!

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Mmmmmm, evajoia, that sounds fantastic. I have some of that here right now, got a great deal on limes!!! I am going to give it a try!

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Mmmmmm, evajoia, that sounds fantastic. I have some of that here right now, got a great deal on limes!!! I am going to give it a try!

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I used kiwis and lime juice, instead of lemon. Delicious and filling. Thank you!

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Yum! This looks delicious!!!

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it doesnt make it long here either

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we are making this right now, mmm yummy!! this is in the fridge, it may not last 30 minutes

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Oh and my sister just informed me, a coconut is not in fact a nut, it is a seed lol, so I was incorrect :P

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why does this post twice lol!

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Hey daniefon, that would be a great idea, I'm all for probiotic, so wow, what a wonderful suggestion. Hi Luna blu! Lol, yes, coconut is a nut but in comparison to the legumes and processed nuts that are out there with a side by side note for fat and calories (I'm trying to lose some poundage :P ) and how I feel after, I really don't condsider the coconut a "nut". Oooh madJeanne, good point! I use just the meat with a very tad bit, like a teaspoon or so of the water to get it going, you want it really thick. Thanks for the tips I love input.

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Hey daniefon, that would be a great idea, I'm all for probiotic, so wow, what a wonderful suggestion. Hi Luna blu! Lol, yes, coconut is a nut but in comparison to the legumes and processed nuts that are out there with a side by side note for fat and calories (I'm trying to lose some poundage :P ) and how I feel after, I really don't condsider the coconut a "nut". Oooh madJeanne, good point! I use just the meat with a very tad bit, like a teaspoon or so of the water to get it going, you want it really thick. Thanks for the tips I love input.

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Great! I'm always looking for more yogurt recipes. Thanks for sharing! :)

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Do you use doth the meat and the water?

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Thanks for posting this - always looking for nut-free recipes - can't wait to try this!

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yummy looking! But, isn't a cocnut a nut?:)

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Thank you for this recipe. What do you think about adding a little probiotic powder?

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this looks great! I'm going to try it!

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Looks great!

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