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Creamy Coconut Yoghurt (TM31 with TM5 options) - Dairy, soy, gluten, corn, rice free, vegan


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Ingredients

10 portion(s)

Creamy Coconut Yoghurt

  • 3 cans 270g Ayam Coconut Cream, or up to a litre of coconut cream/milk
  • 1 teaspoon agar agar powder, or 1.5 tsp gelatine/1 tbs agar agar flakes
  • 1-3 tablespoons coconut oil, (not essential but helps with setting and creaminess)
  • 2-3 tablespoons tapioca starch, (if you like it really thick add the 3)
  • 1-2 tablespoons Sugar ie maple syrup, rice malt syrup, rapadura, (darker sweeteners will tinge your yoghurt brown)
  • 2 capsules Dairy Free Inner Health Plus, (40 billion or more bacteria needed)
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Recipe's preparation

  1. For TM5
    check this video by Karen https://m.facebook.com/?_rdr#!/story.php?story_fbid=1751787284862372&id=100000933531614&comment_id=1752182324822868¬if_t=comment_mention¬if_id=1510482024115076&ref=m_notif

    For TM31
    Add 1 heaped tsp of agar agar powder to the bowl

    Add the contents of the 3 tins of coconut cream to the bowl

    Add your coconut oil to the bowl

    Cook 10min/100C/sp 5



    Add 2-3 tbsp of Tapioca Starch - If you like your yoghurt very thick, add the 3.

    Cook 5min/37C/sp 5



    Remove bowl from machine, remove your lid from the bowl, cover with a cloth, walk away for 2 hours or so OR if you have room in your fridge, you can pop your bowl in there for a while.

    Check if the temperature is down below 37C by putting the bowl back on the machine. A temp light will show where the temperature is at. (I got impatient after 2 hours so mixed on 3 for a few minutes until the light went out. It seemed to add to the creamy texture and removed heat from the mix quickly)



    Once you no longer have any lights lighting up when you place the bowl back on the machine, you are ready to put your starter in.



    Add contents of probiotic capsules plus sugar/sweetener

    Mix 20 secs/sp 5

    (If you cooled your mix in the fridge, or let it go way past 2 hours and feel that the temp is way lower than 37 degrees, you can mix for 5 min/37C/sp 5)

    Scrape and mix for 5 secs/sp 8



    Boil kettle and pour boiling water in to your Easiyo up to the first line, then put your baffle in. Don't let the hot water go up high enough to touch the yoghurt.



    Pour yoghurt mix in to Easiyo yoghurt cannister, (should be between 800ml to 1000mls of yoghurt) put the lid on, put it in the Easiyo, put the lid on.

    Leave for 12-24 hours (The longer you leave it, the sourer/more yoghurty it tastes, and less sweet. Taste it at 8 hourly intervals with a clean spoon or spatula as if its not tasting tangy at all, its not ready).



    Once incubation time is up, take the cannister out and leave in the fridge for 12 hours. (I checked it a few times in this time and it wasn't thick until the 12 hour mark) Please note: As this is not dairy yoghurt, it doesn't thicken much at all until its been chilled. It will still be runny before chilling so don't panic when you find its still runny. Its not ruined. Its how its meant to be.



    Now enjoy! You could add vanilla at this point or any flavour your like.



    IMPORTANT LAST STEP AFTER CHILLING: If you feel the texture is too thick, not creamy enough or even seems a little grainy, or want to mix something through evenly, just scrape it all back in to your thermomix and give it a good blitz for 30 secs/sp5. Pop it back in your storage vessel and pop it back in the fridge.

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Tip

276 CALORIES PER 100G APPROX. Its very rich so 100g is always more than enough for me and keeps be going for a few hours. Credit goes to Alexx Stuart //alexxstuart.com/coconut-yoghurt and Jo Whittons Quirky Cooking Cookbook //quirkycooking.blogspot.com.au/. I took inspiration from both of their recipes, as they were both so awesome! This is a recipe you could do after dinner or in the evening, then put in the fridge in the morning to be ready for the next evening, or vice versa. Although the recipe looks long, its just that I like details. Its literally a case of chuck your agar agar and coconut cream in, mix and cook. Add your tapioca starch, mix and cook. Allow to cool to 37 degrees (until light goes out). Add your sugar and probiotic, mix and heat. Pour in to your fermenting vessel, ferment, taste, chill, eat!



Tips:

Dehydrator method - using small sterilised/heat treated jars, pop your mix in to the jars and pop them in your dehydrator for 12 hours on 46 degrees, no higher. Check at the 12 hours to see if you are happy with the tang. That yoghurt tang will develop while its chilling too.



Oven method - check out Alexx Stuarts recipe for those instructions (linked at the top of this recipe)



Thermoserver: preheat your thermoserver with boiling water for awhile ie 10mins or more. Tip the water out, give the thermoserver a moment for the metal to cool to the touch on the inside (or pick it up and wave it around a little bit to cool the inside), pour your mix in, pop your lid on, wrap in a blanket and slip into an esky bag. Leave for 12 hours then check for flavour/tang. If not ready, leave longer, up to 24 hours.


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  • This is so good, just waiting for it to cool but...

    Submitted by alicia3766 on 20. August 2019 - 22:50.

    This is so good, just waiting for it to cool but its soooo rich and creamy

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  • Jacquikaa: Ayam Coconut Cream is pure coconut and...

    Submitted by Yvette78 on 20. June 2019 - 21:59.

    Jacquikaa: Ayam Coconut Cream is pure coconut and they have their organic range. The drinking coconut milk contains other ingredients that you don't need and you might get a thinner yoghurt. I would use the agar agar, and also if you want to try using yoghurt as a starter, 60g-120g seems to be the recommendation. I have more consistent success with probiotic powders.

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  • TashaLyndsey: I'm sorry I missed your post. What...

    Submitted by Yvette78 on 20. June 2019 - 21:56.

    TashaLyndsey: I'm sorry I missed your post. What did you end up doing? The choice to omit agar agar/gelatin or tapioca is depending how thick you like your yoghurt. I would suggest following the recipe exactly as written the first time, then make it next time with your experimental changes. I've not been as consistently successful using a yoghurt as the starter but I believe other people have so try it tmrc_emoticons.) Usually 60- 120g of yoghurt as a starter is recommended.

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  • Hey, ...

    Submitted by TashaLyndsey on 8. February 2019 - 20:29.

    Hey,
    I’m wanting to make this yogurt.
    But wondering if it’s okay to use coconut yogurt as the starter and if so how much?

    Also do I have to use gelitan or can I omit if using tapioca?

    I love the nudie coconut yogurt & how little ingredient it has... hopefully your recipe is similar

    Ingredient on nudie coconut yogurt is
    Coconut cream, water, corn starch & cultures

    Thank you heaps

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  • Petaa1:did you use tapico or leave it out?

    Submitted by Dene4570 on 2. December 2018 - 10:24.

    Petaa1:did you use tapico or leave it out?

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  • I don’t like coyo.. but this, is delicious! ...

    Submitted by Petaa1 on 26. November 2018 - 08:19.

    I don’t like coyo.. but this, is delicious!
    I used honey, vanilla, gelatine & 2 tins of Aldi coconut cream. It was perfect.

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  • reeednie:...

    Submitted by Jacquikaa on 23. November 2018 - 16:42.

    reeednie:
    Did you use Coyo as your starter instead of using the Inner Health Plus capsules? If so, how much of the Coyo did you use? (I want to use Coyo Vanilla Bean).

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  • Hi, I’ve never attempted yoghurt before. Instead...

    Submitted by Jacquikaa on 23. November 2018 - 16:08.

    Hi, I’ve never attempted yoghurt before. Instead of using cans of coconut cream, can I use my normal drinking coconut milk from a carton? I wanted to use organic ingredients where possible. If not, is it better to use the coconut cream or coconut milk (from a can)?
    Also, I have agar agar but best before was 12/11/18...do you think it would be ok to use? It smells and looks ok.
    Also, instead of the inner health plus capsules, can I use an Coyo organic vanilla bean yoghurt (and if so, how much)?

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  • Delicious 😋

    Submitted by Suzuki Mac on 19. November 2018 - 17:38.

    Delicious 😋

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  • I have made this several times and it is delish!...

    Submitted by Jenkinf@live.com.au on 19. October 2018 - 09:54.

    I have made this several times and it is delish!
    I'm wanting to reserve some of the coconut yogurt as a starter for the next mix. Can this be done? If so how much do I need?

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  • This yogurt is absolutely delicious and oh so...

    Submitted by knittercook on 13. September 2018 - 08:11.

    This yogurt is absolutely delicious and oh so creamy. I made it exactly to the recipe, using 1 heaped tablespoon of coconut oil and 2 tablespoons of tapioca starch and it was perfect! 10/10 perfect! It was a chilly day but it still took 2 1/2 hours for the light to go out and then I left it in the easiyo maker for 18 hours. It takes exactly 12 hours to thicken and the thickness was spot on how I like it. Thank you for an amazing coconut yogurt, this will be my go to recipe as it’s been perfected, no need to change a thing.

    My blog: shazknit.blogspot.com

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  • Made this and it was very thick and very creamy....

    Submitted by Fly14 on 21. July 2018 - 11:53.

    Made this and it was very thick and very creamy. I’ll be using this from now on and not store bought. Thank you for sharing.

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  • NEVER. BUYING. COYO. AGAIN! PERFECT!

    Submitted by reeednie on 12. July 2018 - 21:43.

    NEVER. BUYING. COYO. AGAIN! PERFECT!

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  • dilushani: I would try vanilla paste. I think it...

    Submitted by maklimo on 12. June 2018 - 20:29.

    dilushani: I would try vanilla paste. I think it is more concentrated and would give you a more vanilla taste rather than the essence alcohol taste

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  • amanda orsum gargula: I still have not tried it....

    Submitted by maklimo on 12. June 2018 - 20:23.

    amanda orsum gargula: I still have not tried it. Have gone to a number of times, but never got around to it. I still hope to. I cannot see why you couldn't add those.

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  • Has anyone made this without the inner health plus...

    Submitted by c.entwistle on 23. May 2018 - 16:06.

    Has anyone made this without the inner health plus capsules? They are so expensive!

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  • Annabeveridge7:...

    Submitted by Yvette78 on 4. April 2018 - 22:13.

    Annabeveridge7:

    I am unsure how guar gum would go. The recipe calls for agar agar OR gelatin as the setting agent. Agar agar is a vegan form of gelatin.

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  • dilushani:...

    Submitted by Yvette78 on 4. April 2018 - 22:10.

    dilushani:

    I don't add flavours myself, however, I have regular users of my recipe who add a flavour at the end when they blitz it before storing. They make their flavour up ie mango puree, strawberry puree and then add it at the end. If you wanted to make apple and cinnamon flavoured sauce, I wouldn't recommend using the flesh of the apple, but only the juice, or your yoghurt will start to taste like fermented apple very quickly.

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  • i used to make this and would pour so much vanilla...

    Submitted by dilushani on 22. March 2018 - 12:06.

    i used to make this and would pour so much vanilla essence in but it never became vanilla-ry enough for me (otherwise I loved the recipe). What are other flavours you can add that you mentioned at the bottom of the instructions? In store bought dairy yoghurts I might tend to like blueberry flavoured or strawberry flavoured or apple and cinnamon flavoured. How would I add these to it? And would they need to be processed up first? Thanks so much.

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  • amanda orsum gargula: I have not tried but cannot...

    Submitted by maklimo on 4. February 2018 - 22:07.

    amanda orsum gargula: I have not tried but cannot see why not. I still have not made it with the rice milk yet.

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  • Have just made this- last night. ...its been 12hrs...

    Submitted by Haworm on 25. January 2018 - 13:00.

    Have just made this- last night. ...its been 12hrs in the Thermoserver in pantry wrapped in towel and in a cold bag...it is very firm already and a bit tart 🤔
    Do I just pop it in the fridge now?
    Only thing I did different was misread the mixing and went speed 8 for 20 seconds when i added the capsule /sugar instead of spd 5 and also spent over 10 mins mixing at spd 3 trying to cool down as i wanted to get into bed 😂
    Thoughts....

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  • Will definitely be making this again!!!...

    Submitted by j.yole on 19. January 2018 - 21:45.

    Will definitely be making this again!!!
    I made this yesterday(using Quirkycooking’s coconut cream recipe), sampled this afternoon and I’m in yoghurty heaven! Delicious. No more boring vanilla yoghurt for me... now to hide it from the kids and hubby. tmrc_emoticons.;)
    Thanks for sharing a GREAT recipe!

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  • Can I use guar gum instead of agar agar and...

    Submitted by Annabeveridge7 on 30. December 2017 - 13:38.

    Can I use guar gum instead of agar agar and gelatine? I’ve never used it before but it’s all they had at the store.

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  • Weebindi: any feedback?

    Submitted by Yvette78 on 5. September 2017 - 10:25.

    Weebindi: any feedback?

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  • Going to try this for a dairy free demo tomorrow.

    Submitted by Weebindi on 1. July 2017 - 07:47.

    Going to try this for a dairy free demo tomorrow.

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  • amanda orsum gargula...

    Submitted by maklimo on 4. May 2017 - 23:04.

    amanda orsum gargula:
    I really don't know. I did add vanilla paste and cinnamon to mine successfully and stirred it in. Mine was quite thick as I used the three tablespoons arrowroot. Next time, I would use less, especially if I wanted to do what you are suggesting, as I think it would be too thick with the full amount. It was too thick for me as a yoghurt before freezing. I think if you made it with the lower amount of thickener and added the fruit, so long as it isn't an acidic fruit which may affect the properties. I would stir in the fruit just prior to freezing.

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  • Taytay87 Im sorry I didnt see you message What did...

    Submitted by Yvette78 on 4. May 2017 - 14:29.

    Taytay87: I'm sorry I didn't see you message. What did you use to ferment it? It sounds like your temperatures were too hot on fermenting. Sometimes you can just mix it back together after chilling though. If it happens again, stir gently and taste. If it tastes fine, then continue on and wait until the last step where you mix it after chilling and it should be all good.

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  • Thanks for a great recipe! We've used this a...

    Submitted by Shanhunt on 25. March 2017 - 10:44.

    Thanks for a great recipe! We've used this a couple of times and had great success. Have found it is quite rich though so changed it up yesterday and stoked to say it has worked well.
    reduced quantities as first trial but it worked

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  • Hi, i've just attempted this coconut yoghurt for...

    Submitted by Taytay87 on 17. March 2017 - 17:19.

    Hi, i've just attempted this coconut yoghurt for the first time. It's split. I'm not sure that i've done. Is there anything I can do to save it? Any suggestions please?

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  • GoodJo: I love how you made do with what you have...

    Submitted by Yvette78 on 2. March 2017 - 00:47.

    GoodJo: I love how you made do with what you have and it still worked! I always love recipes like that as I'm terrible at sticking to the rules!

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  • amanda orsum gargula: I can't say if it will work...

    Submitted by Yvette78 on 2. March 2017 - 00:46.

    amanda orsum gargula: I can't say if it will work with rice milk, but its worth a shot and then report back. I believe I've read reviews by people who have used almond milk, so I can't see why not!

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  • maklimo wrote:...

    Submitted by amanda orsum gargula on 28. February 2017 - 15:07.

    maklimo wrote:
    Hi.. just wondering if it would work with rice milk? I have made this previously and it worked perfectly but I can't handle too much coconut yoghurt (small amounts over a few days is too much), as it is too rich for me, so I waste a lot. I saw someone said they used almond and rice milk, assuming combination. So wondering if anyone has tried rice milk on its own please?
    Maklimo i am wondering if you know that you can add fruit to this and freeze it into ice pop trays or as an icecream?

    Amanda Soft

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  • Hi.. just wondering if it would work with rice...

    Submitted by maklimo on 18. February 2017 - 15:34.

    Hi.. just wondering if it would work with rice milk? I have made this previously and it worked perfectly but I can't handle too much coconut yoghurt (small amounts over a few days is too much), as it is too rich for me, so I waste a lot. I saw someone said they used almond and rice milk, assuming combination. So wondering if anyone has tried rice milk on its own please?

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  • Delicious! I can't wait to freeze this to make a...

    Submitted by GoodJo on 6. February 2017 - 17:12.

    Delicious! I can't wait to freeze this to make a yummy dessert! I used gelatine instead of agar agar, left out the coconut oil (didn't have any at the time), one tablespoon of cornflour (didn't have any tapioca), 2 tablespoons of rice malt syrup and 2 capsules of the probiotic I had in the cupboard (non-vegan). Left it in the Easiyo for 12 hours and it was pretty runny initially but thickened in the fridge. Will definitely make again. Thanks!

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  • This is the BEST yoghurt I have ever made!! Thank...

    Submitted by jenabubba on 29. December 2016 - 10:24.

    This is the BEST yoghurt I have ever made!! Thank you!!!

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  • I came on here for exactly

    Submitted by amulligan on 11. November 2016 - 22:16.

    I came on here for exactly this reason. This is my first time using agar agar flakes and it is quite grainy, even after blitzing it for 30 seconds on speed 5. I am going to leave it now and blitz again for 30 seconds speed 5 tomorrow. I've previously used gelatin powder and was able to eliminate the grainy texture with one single blitz. I don't want to waste the agar agar flakes though so if you have found a way to make them work Yvette, let me know. PS: I use the automated function on the TM5. So so easy.

    I WAS TRYING TO ATTACH MY COMMENT TO EVON'S THAT IS TITLED: YVETTE: I HAVE FAILED. 

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  • This is easy and delicious..

    Submitted by suzyriz on 22. October 2016 - 08:17.

    This is easy and delicious.. its the first dairy free yoghurt ive made in thermi that isnt stringy, or grainy. Tastes just like store bought coconut yoghurt but cheaper .. This will become a  favourite  staple in my fridge!! 

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  • Scrumptious! I used rice malt

    Submitted by minniemixer on 27. May 2016 - 18:16.

    Scrumptious! I used rice malt syrup for sweetener, 2 tab coconut oil and 3 tab cornflour (no gluten concerns and it was all I had on hand) I also added 2 tsp vanilla bean powder. Once in the Easiyo container it was left 18 hours and was perfect. It was so thick I could upend the bowl without any falling out so if anything I may try without cornflour/tapioca next time. Thanks for such a great recipe  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Has anyone made this in half

    Submitted by Yit on 23. May 2016 - 10:34.

    Has anyone made this in half quantity?  we find it difficult to get through 1L of yoghurt without it spoiling.  Would be great if I can make 500ml at a time.  

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  • Thank you for this recipe,

    Submitted by PatriciaGee on 15. April 2016 - 18:48.

    Thank you for this recipe, love it. I too prepared as per recipe using Ayam coconut cream and great lakes gelatin instead of agar agar and then used auto Thermomix function,refrigerated and turned out perfect first go. 

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  • Such a great recipe. Thank

    Submitted by ThermoSal on 2. April 2016 - 20:58.

    Such a great recipe. Thank you!

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  • LOVE LOVE LOVE this recipe.

    Submitted by Luv Cooking on 31. March 2016 - 06:13.

    LOVE LOVE LOVE this recipe. First time made & perfect result. I used ayam cocobut milk & 3tbs of the arrowroot poweder (tapioca starch). Made it with rice malt syrup too.... You have just saved me a fortune!! Thank you

    Kristy Robinson


    Group LeaderThermomixkristy.robinson888@gmail.com

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  • hi yvette!! I have failed

    Submitted by Evon Barker on 28. March 2016 - 16:14.

    hi yvette!!

    I have failed numerous times making coconut yoghurt. Am gonna try your recipe next! I have used agar agar flakes in my current batch but at the end of the first cooking time, the flakes did not dissovle. i decided to sieve out the flakes out when I pour the mixture into my thermos. (lets see if the yoghurt will set!).

    have anyone experienced a similar problem? if not, I will look into using agar agar powder instead. look forward to your reply! my daughter absolutely loves coconut yoghurt.

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  • I used the thermofun coconut

    Submitted by amulligan on 14. March 2016 - 13:43.

    I used the thermofun coconut cream. I think next time I'll strain it. Mine was pulpy. When I've used the canned one (Ayam) it's great!  

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  • Hi....just a question. Would

    Submitted by amulligan on 2. March 2016 - 13:13.

    Hi....just a question. Would the person who used yoghurt starter have been doing this in place of the probiotic? 

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  • Yvette, could I omit the

    Submitted by ronellem on 25. February 2016 - 17:20.

    Yvette, could I omit the probiotics and sugar and place cooled mix in the fridge to thicken? 

    It should thicken and be similar in the end result, what do you think?

    Thanks for this wonderful recipe. It worked well the first time I made it as per instructions.

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  • I got scared by my first epic

    Submitted by Brookeca on 8. February 2016 - 19:56.

    I got scared by my first epic fail with another recipe but this one is AMAZING! So easy and seriously delicious. I used 3 tbsp of tapioca flour and the coconut oil and its perfectly thick and creamy!

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  • Shannzi wrote: I think I've

    Submitted by Yvette78 on 6. December 2015 - 14:02.

    Shannzi

    I think I've already reviewed this recipie. It's amazing. Thankyou!!!! I make it regularly for my family with a couple of alterations I use 150ml of yogurt starter (because I've always got yogurt around here) and I used arrowroot flour in place of tapioca.

    I put it in dehydrator for 12 hours on 45 degrees. Works beautifully!!

     

    Hi Shannzi! I don't think you have reviewed it before but thank you for coming back anyway tmrc_emoticons.) Thanks for the tried and tested information on using a dehydrator too. 

     

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  • I think I've already reviewed

    Submitted by Shannzi on 6. December 2015 - 09:40.

    I think I've already reviewed this recipie. It's amazing. Thankyou!!!! I make it regularly for my family with a couple of alterations I use 150ml of yogurt starter (because I've always got yogurt around here) and I used arrowroot flour in place of tapioca.

    I put it in dehydrator for 12 hours on 45 degrees. Works beautifully!!

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  • pelican wrote: Hi, Thanks for

    Submitted by Yvette78 on 4. December 2015 - 23:26.

    pelican

    Hi,

    Thanks for the reply. I had used a different probiotic brand than what you did in the recipie so I tried a second time with the same sort and it worked perfectly! I also used home made coconut milk and that worked fine.

     

    Pelican, which recipe did you use for your coconut milk? That makes this recipe so amazingly cheap!

     

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