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Clare's Creamy Coconut Yoghurt - Automated TM5 Version


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Ingredients

10 portion(s)

Yoghurt

  • 1 litre Good quality Coconut Cream, or up to a litre of coconut cream/milk
  • 1 teaspoon agar agar powder, or 1.5 tsp gelatine
  • 1-3 tablespoons coconut oil, helps with setting and creaminess
  • 1-2 tablespoons undefined, (darker sweeteners will tinge your yoghurt brown)
  • 2 capsules inner health plus, (40 billion or more bacteria needed)
  • 120 g Coconut yoghurt or last batch to start next batch, Only applies if you have made this before.
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    Please note that the TM5 mixing bowl has a larger capacity than the TM31 (capacity of 2.2 liters instead of 2.0 liters for TM 31). Recipes for the Thermomix TM5 may not be cooked with a Thermomix TM31 for safety reasons without adjusting the quantities. Risk of scalding by spraying of hot liquids: Do not exceed the maximum filling quantity and observe the filling level markings of the mixing bowl!
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Recipe's preparation

  1. This recipe is adapted from Yvette's Creamy Coconut but I prefer the automated option so I can leave overnight.

     

     Add 1 heaped tsp of agar agar powder to the bowl

     

    Add the coconut cream to the bowl (Organic Honest to Goodness works best) or use quirky cooking coconut cream recipe.

     

    Add your coconut oil to the bowl.

     

    Heat 5mins, 100/ speed 1

     

    Let contents cool down to 37 degrees (pop in fridge to quicken)

     

    Once bowl and contents are 37degrees, add contents of probiotic capsules plus sugar/sweetener (optional) or use 120g of your last batch as your starter. Nudie Coconut Yoghurt works well as a starter.

     

    Select Automated option (this takes 8 hours at 37c).

     

    When its finished, pour into canister and let it cool and set a little more in the fridge.

     

    If you feel the yoghurt is too thin you can add a couple of tablespoons of Tapioca Flour (Arrowroot) I find it can make it more grainy.

     

    If you feel the texture is too thick, or want to mix something through evenly (vanilla for example), just scrape it all back in to your thermomix and give it a good blitz for 30 secs/sp5 and put it back in the fridge.

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Tip

Coconut cream or milk needs to be good quality such as honest to goodness Organic (works perfectly) or AYAM.

For starter Coconut Yoghurt, it must be one that contains Cultures (not coconut flavoured) I founf Nudie works great.

This goes really well with Coco nutty Granola which I have posted on here.

Yvette's orginal version can be found here://www.recipecommunity.com.au/basics-recipes/creamy-coconut-yoghurt-dairy-soy-gluten-corn-rice-free-vegan/207853


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  • Hi looking forward to trying this recipe just...

    Submitted by sdtawinton on 27. May 2017 - 11:58.

    Hi, looking forward to trying this recipe, just wondering when you would add the Tapioca Flour? At the start with the coconut cream?

    Thank in Advance

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  • Silly question but is the ingredient 1-2...

    Submitted by Melraff on 20. May 2017 - 11:08.

    Silly question but is the ingredient 1-2 tablespoons "undefined" mean sugar?

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  • I want to make this as we eat

    Submitted by taylorclan on 26. October 2016 - 18:07.

    I want to make this as we eat a lot of coconut yoghurt but it gets expensive.  I'm just a little confused though.  When making my first batch can I substitute the probiotics and sweetner for the Nudie Coconut Yoghurt as a starter? Also, can I use Vanilla yoghurt or does it need to be plain?

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  • Fantastic recipe! I used

    Submitted by Nicole de Ruiter on 1. May 2016 - 23:02.

    Fantastic recipe! I used gelatin and mixed on speed 4 for 10 seconds to incorporate. Only used 1 tablespoon coconut oil and had to stop the auto function an hour early and it was still perfectly thick, smooth and creamy!!

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  • Tried out once and it is now

    Submitted by MrsLizTaylor on 27. April 2016 - 08:15.

    Tried out once and it is now a regular in my dairy free kitchen! Used the gelatin instead of agar agar, 3 tbsp coconut oil, and 1 tbsp raw sugar as the sweetener. It's delicious!! Thank you!Edit to add: it was quite runny after refridgerating for only 6 hours (I mixed in with my muesli though and it was still delicious!) but after another 24 hrs in the fridge, it was perfection. 

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  • I am not sure, as yoghurt can

    Submitted by clare p on 2. January 2016 - 12:55.

    I am not sure, as yoghurt can be so touchy and I sometimes get mixed results too.

    i have found as long as I keep the sone yoghurt as my next starter for ongoing batches then I get the best results. 

    If it has partially set, you can drain the whey and use for pancakes, bread and smoothies or freeze and use in place of buttermilk and use the solid to try next batch or use accordingly.

    So sorry I can't be of any Other help.

    I am making another batch tonight so will try a few differences to see if result is better.

     

     

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  • I am not sure, as yoghurt can

    Submitted by clare p on 2. January 2016 - 12:54.

    I am not sure, as yoghurt can be so touchy and I sometimes get mixed results too.

    i have found as long as I keep the sone yoghurt as my next starter for ongoing batches then I get the best results. 

    If it has partially set, you can drain the whey and use for pancakes, bread and smoothies or freeze and use in place of buttermilk and use the solid to try next batch or use accordingly.

    So sorry I can't be of any Other help.

    I am making another batch tonight so will try a few differences to see if result is better.

     

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  • Hello, I followed this recipe

    Submitted by GirlStout on 2. January 2016 - 11:58.

    Hello, I followed this recipe but I used TCC Premium Coconut Cream. I used my TM5 thermomix and used the automated yoghurt thing. It has been in the fridge for 12 hours now and it still hasn't set. Any idea on where I went wrong?

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  • hi Clare thank you again, I

    Submitted by Paleo by choice on 14. December 2015 - 11:31.

    hi Clare thank you again, I made this yoghurt and its Devine tastes better than the bought coconut yoghurt it's the right concistancy and everything :love: the whole family love it. 

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