This is pretty close to commercial yogurt in texture and tartness. I like to mix in some berries pureed with a little agave nectar, and sprinkle a little granola on top.

Recipe Directions

1. Blend all ingredients in a high-speed blender until smooth, adding more water as necessary.

2. Transfer to a covered container and allow to thicken in the fridge for several hours.

Crisyn's Thoughts

By Crisyn

This is pretty close to commercial yogurt in texture and tartness.

I like to mix in some berries pureed with a little agave nectar, and sprinkle a little granola on top.

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Fantastic - I miss yogurt. I can't wait to try this.

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Mmmmmm, as a fan of Soy yogurt this looks like a delish raw alternative... can't wait to try it.

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This is absolutely fantastic. I can't believe it's raw. Is there a way to give 6 stars?

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I'm planning on buying my first young coconut this week... I think this will be my first recipe to try it with! Yay! Looks VERY good.

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This was really good. I spooned it on top of some strawberry & agave puree I blended up, and it was fabulous... and my husband liked it too!

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This is absolutely fantastic. I can't believe it's raw. Is there a way to give 6 stars?

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Fantastic - I miss yogurt. I can't wait to try this.

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Mmmmmm, as a fan of Soy yogurt this looks like a delish raw alternative... can't wait to try it.

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Mmmmmm, as a fan of Soy yogurt this looks like a delish raw alternative... can't wait to try it.

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