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TM5 Coconut Yoghurt


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Ingredients

1 litre(s)

COCONUT Yoghurt

  • 3 can 270g Ayam Coconut Cream
  • 2 teaspoons agar agar powder
  • 150 g Coyo or other starter coconut yoghurt
  • 1 portion probiotic powder
  • 1 tablespoon Maple Syrup or other sweetener (Rapadura sugar)
  • 1 litre Jar
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    Recipe is created for
    TM 5
    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

    Make sure you bowl/blades/lid/MC is clean and dry
  1. Add Coconut Cream & Agar Agar to bowl and cook 100 deg, speed 3 for 5-10 minutes (Agar Agar need to reach 100deg to activate, you will get a much thicker yoghut by doind this)

     

    Allow the mix to cool to about 60 -70 deg then proceed to the yoghurt  Automated Recipe of the Thermomix 5

     

    Add remaining ingredients into bowl and set thermomix to Youghut in the Automated recipe and let it do it's thing! 

     

    After 8 hours when the TM5 has let you know its finished tip into a large clean jar, the yoghurt will still be rather runny but dont worry becuase once you put it into the fridge it will become thicker, if you like once it has set you can add it back to the thermomix bowl and whip it for 5 - 10 secs.

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Tip

I buy my probiotics from here you can get dairy free also!

//www.greenlivingaustralia.com.au/yoghurt_culture.html

 

I've sucessfully double this recipe also

 

 


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  • So happy to find an easy recipe (note to self.....

    Submitted by MargieM on 11. July 2019 - 18:57.

    So happy to find an easy recipe (note to self.. don’t do overnight in the caravan 4am finish alarm bells not good)
    PS I didn’t use the Coyo yoghurt and it worked well! Very well!

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  • Love the ease of this recipe. Thanks so much!!

    Submitted by Seryn on 16. December 2018 - 21:42.

    Love the ease of this recipe. Thanks so much!!

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  • Yes it’s creamy but to me it just tastes like...

    Submitted by Nhulunbuy10 on 26. July 2018 - 01:32.

    Yes it’s creamy but to me it just tastes like I’m eating thick coconut cream. I usually like the taste of natural yoghurt because of the sour taste. Is there any way of getting this sour taste with the coconut yoghurt so that it tastes more like a natural yoghurt?

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  • Thank you for this recipe. Really delicious and...

    Submitted by AimeeVD on 23. May 2018 - 13:26.

    Thank you for this recipe. Really delicious and easy to prepare.

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  • Iviehaydn:...

    Submitted by IzzyD on 15. October 2017 - 15:54.

    Iviehaydn:
    Hi - I don't use maple syrup at all. I don't like the flavor of maple syrup in coconut yogurt (or the colour). The coconut sugar is my replacer. If it's for your daughter (and she's like my son - needs a bit more sweetness) you might add 2 tbs of coconut sugar. I use a variety of probiotics as long as they are over 60 bil CFU. I don't know where I read this or if it makes a big difference but I always have aimed for over 60bil. So if I need to use 2 pills, I do. Currently I have Dr Mercola probiotics with 70bil in one pill. Also, like others say, if it looks a bit thick and the gelatin (or agar agar) appears to be sitting on the top, I give it a quick blitz before starting the auto function. Yes, such a money saver to make your own. I only make occasionally now because I can eat a double batch in a few days. Wink

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  • IzzyD:...

    Submitted by Iviehaydn on 15. October 2017 - 10:44.

    IzzyD:
    what probiotic powder do you use. And do you put in maple syrup as well.
    Sorry 1st making this as my daughter is lactose intolerant and sick of spending $7 for 500g coconut yoghurt at shops

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  • I love this yogurt recipe! So simple and turns out...

    Submitted by IzzyD on 24. July 2017 - 18:27.

    I love this yogurt recipe! So simple and turns out perfect every time. For those struggling with agar agar, I use 2 tsp of Great Lakes Gelatin (red can). It's a huge can that ends up a fraction of the price of agar agar. Also a great egg replacer for other recipes. I use 1 tbs of coconut sugar and half organic coconut cream and half organic coconut milk. I still get the temp to 100, then with MC out, spin at 3 until back to 60 degrees. I always double this recipe and it works perfectly. Thank you for a fail proof yogurt recipe every single time.Smile

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  • Just made this for the first time overnight To my...

    Submitted by Purplekishi on 19. June 2017 - 09:06.

    Just made this for the first time overnight. To my suprise it had already become quite thick in the thermomix - had to blitz it before I took it out. I used plain dairy yogurt as my starter (as I don't have a problem with dairy am just trying to reduce my consumption) and sweetened with two tbsp of xylitol. I think its going to be yummy. Also a hint re agar agar powder - a small bag at my local healthfood shop was $21 - I nearly died! I decided I didn't need to make the yogurt after all, but then checked an asian grocery store - the sachet was about 1/4 the size but only cost $1.99. I'm not sure if agar agar is as prohibitive at other health food shops, but if it is, now you know where to try instead.

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  • Can anyone tell me roughly

    Submitted by lourobo on 15. February 2016 - 21:47.

    Can anyone tell me roughly how long this is likely to last in the fridge? TIA  Made my first batch yesterday and it turned out beautifully tmrc_emoticons.) Thank you!

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  • yes im starting to think that

    Submitted by fiona963 on 22. October 2015 - 12:41.

    yes im starting to think that heating the agar agar for 2 minutes AFTER it reaches 100degrees is the issue. Ill have to try it again by turning it off when its reached 100 degrees

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  • I tried it with the 2tbs of

    Submitted by fiona963 on 22. October 2015 - 12:39.

    I tried it with the 2tbs of agar agar heated for 2 minutes and it came out grainy but yes it was thicker eating it up. Not sure why it was grainy for my second batch. The first batch was coyo starter with probiotic and the second batch was my own starter with the vanilla poweder stired through with the probiotic poweder and heated the agar agar for 2 minutes after it reached 100degrees.

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  • Great - Thanks for the tip on

    Submitted by flippinholden on 4. August 2015 - 16:35.

    Great - Thanks for the tip on how to cool down quicker  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • I have made this a few times

    Submitted by foodieforever on 26. July 2015 - 16:46.

    I have made this a few times and reading the comments thought I would share my outcomes.

    Definitely need to heat the agar for two minutes once it reaches 100 degrees

    To cool down quickly  just set on speed 4 for 6 minutes at no temp and it will cool down faster

    You can take it out if you are a TM 31 owner and put in Thermoserver wrapped in a towel or alternatively a Easyo Thermos

    Once it has set over night in the fridge - you can whip for 5 seconds in the Thermomix to get a creamy texture.

    1 can coconut milk and one can of cocnut cream of 400g - often  comes in this size

    We have used this particular recipe in cooking classes and everyone wants the recipe - it is great. Thanks

    for sharing. tmrc_emoticons.) tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • I tried the new version with

    Submitted by H_Lewko on 23. July 2015 - 21:08.

    I tried the new version with 1 tsp of Agar Agar and the yoghurt was very very think and grainy. More like pot set yoghurt, not creamy like co-yo. Have you had a go with the new recipe?

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  • Good idea to heat to dissolve

    Submitted by VeganAnni on 1. July 2015 - 07:20.

    Good idea to heat to dissolve the agar

    Anni Turnbull


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  • I've changed the recipe a

    Submitted by flippinholden on 24. June 2015 - 10:56.

    I've changed the recipe a little bit, hope you all enjoy it! A good Thermie friend of mine told me that Agar Agar needs to reach 100deg for several minutes to help it activate so i have added another step, you can even cut the Agar Agar back down to 1 Teaspoon if desired - Let me know how you all go and if you enjoy it.  Much love Jo

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  • This was my first attempt at

    Submitted by JudiD on 8. June 2015 - 10:10.

    This was my first attempt at any yoghurt and it was amazing.  Thank you for taking the time to create this recipe.  I will highly recommend it to everyone.  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • http://www.recipecommunity.co

    Submitted by VeganAnni on 22. May 2015 - 10:48.

    http://www.recipecommunity.com.au/basics-recipes/soy-yoghurt-scratch-includes-other-plant-milk-and-tm5-variations/148570

    Anni Turnbull


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  • I've had mine seperate once &

    Submitted by flippinholden on 22. May 2015 - 10:39.

    I've had mine seperate once & i put it down to not enough Agar Agar, all i did was put it into the tmx bowl and whip it on spd 2-3 for a few seconds.  The next time i made it I added more Agar Agar and it was fine.  Hope this helps xx

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  • Hi again. I have made this

    Submitted by H_Lewko on 21. May 2015 - 18:10.

    Hi again. I have made this recipe a few times now and every time the yoghurt seperates in the fridge. Is the supposed to happen? 

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  • I just use 1 serve so as per

    Submitted by flippinholden on 6. May 2015 - 21:13.

    I just use 1 serve so as per the serving suggestion on the packet tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Hi, just wanting to know how

    Submitted by fiveaces on 2. May 2015 - 20:40.

    Hi, just wanting to know how many grams of probiotic powder to use?  Eager to try making coconut yoghurt .  Thanks

     

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  • So I use 150g of my first

    Submitted by sunlover on 1. May 2015 - 11:07.

    So I use 150g of my first batch to make the second batch plus another capsule?? Mine turned out pretty runny but it has only been in the fridge about 4 hours so far so hoping it will thicken up a bit.

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  • Hi Again I dont use the

    Submitted by flippinholden on 25. April 2015 - 13:06.

    Hi Again tmrc_emoticons.) I dont use the flakes just the powder, maybe you could try disolving the flakes 1st next time?

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  • Hi again. For some reason the

    Submitted by H_Lewko on 25. April 2015 - 12:56.

    Hi again. For some reason the agar agar flakes didn't dissolve. Do you know why this would have happened?

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  • Yes you can, it will be a

    Submitted by flippinholden on 25. April 2015 - 11:57.

    Yes you can, it will be a little runny the 1st batch but the next batches afterward will be thicker tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Hello, how long does this

    Submitted by H_Lewko on 24. April 2015 - 16:57.

    Hello, how long does this last for once made? also, can you make it without the coyo as a starter and just using probiotic powder?

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  • I didn't have a Probiotic or

    Submitted by bekstuff on 15. March 2015 - 09:19.

    I didn't have a Probiotic or Coyo OR Ayam yoghurt so I 

    used ALDI coconut milk and 190g of my own dairy yoghurt as a starter. 

    It is amazing. You deserve a medal flippinholden. Thanks. 

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  • Just one capsule is fine and

    Submitted by flippinholden on 6. March 2015 - 19:46.

    Just one capsule is fine and I use both the starter and the capsule until it's super tangy then I'll stop adding the capsule for a while

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  • Great recipe, worked well

    Submitted by Snapaette on 3. March 2015 - 09:31.

    Great recipe, worked well after sitting in the fridge for 12 hours after taking it out of my thermie tmrc_emoticons.) was not overly thick but normal yogurt consistancy possibly might try add a little more agar next time if i wanted it thicker and I could not get coyo at my local supermarket so just used jelna coconut one.

    For all those wondering about what 1 portion of probiotic powder is if your using capsules and just using the powder inside the portion is whatever the label on the bottle prescribes for one days dosage

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  • Hello, if someone can help

    Submitted by missmissjane on 1. February 2015 - 12:42.

    Hello,

    if someone can help me, I thank you in advance.

    I have 2 questions

    1, do I need to use both the 150 gm of a previous coconut yogurt and the probiotic starter or can I use one or the other.

    2, can I use a probitic capsule (if so, How many)? or do I need to purchase probiotic starter?

    Jane

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  • Just a query please, what is

    Submitted by Suep26 on 11. January 2015 - 21:24.

    Just a query please, what is a portion equal with the probiotic powder and can you use some of the original batch of yoghurt as a starter for the next?

    Thanks

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  • Great recipe! Worked a

    Submitted by LMolloy on 25. December 2014 - 15:53.

    Great recipe! Worked a treat!

    I was a bit skeptical that it was going to work but I put this on in my TM5 overnight and went to bed, in the morning I had yoghurt.  Please note it thickens up beautifully after about 24 hours in the fridge.  A huge cost saving over buying it so I will definitely make this on a regular basis  Cooking 7

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  • I have made a similar version

    Submitted by Kelly Arnold on 17. December 2014 - 07:49.

    I have made a similar version to this without the starter and it was really yummy.  I use 2x probiotic dairy free capsules, maple syrup, Ayam Coconut cream & agar powder Love

    Kelly Arnold


    Independant Thermomix Consultant


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  • Hi,   No this is just my

    Submitted by flippinholden on 12. December 2014 - 17:03.

    Hi,

     

    No this is just my dairy free version using the automated yoghurt function on the Thermie5

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  • Hi, this recipe is a

    Submitted by Thermomix in Australia on 11. December 2014 - 17:45.

    Hi, this recipe is a variation on the automated yoghurt recipe which is loaded onto your Thermomixl This is slightly different to the recipe featured in The Basic Cookbook

    Thermomix Head Office

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  • Hi, is this recipe in the The

    Submitted by Sarjay1 on 7. December 2014 - 10:48.

    Hi, is this recipe in the The Basic Cookbook that came with the TM5? if so which page is it on? Cheers in advance

    Is there an answer to this from anyone? From what I can figure out with the recipe chip the machine came with that has the EDC loaded, are you just looking in this reference for 'Automated Recipes' then I am guessing 'Plain Yoghurt' but instead of following what is there you add your ingredients right? 

    Anyone know of a soy youghurt or light yoghurt varient?

     

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  • Hi, is this recipe in the The

    Submitted by The Melham on 27. November 2014 - 21:40.

    Hi, is this recipe in the The Basic Cookbook that came with the TM5? if so which page is it on? Cheers in advance

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  • This is a great recipe.

    Submitted by emmarc on 20. November 2014 - 21:36.

    This is a great recipe. Thanks for sharing tmrc_emoticons.-)

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  • Putting it on now, so I'll

    Submitted by eddie09 on 7. November 2014 - 00:25.

    Putting it on now, so I'll let you know!

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  • No I have not tried it sorry!

    Submitted by flippinholden on 6. November 2014 - 17:49.

    No I have not tried it sorry! I reckon it could possibly work though...If you try let me know how it goes

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  • Just wondering if you've

    Submitted by eddie09 on 6. November 2014 - 17:37.

    Just wondering if you've tried this without the starter yoghurt but with extra probiotic capsules? Ta

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  • Delicious!!! So yummy!!!!!

    Submitted by elanafoster on 13. October 2014 - 22:15.

    Delicious!!! So yummy!!!!!

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  • YAY I love animal cruelty

    Submitted by Ashleighbridget on 25. September 2014 - 10:08.

    YAY I love animal cruelty alternatives

    Worked perfectly! Thank Flippinholden Glasses

    PLANT BASED! Animal lover. Plant eater. Cloud enthusiast. Green Smoothie Lover. 

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  • YAY I love animal cruelty

    Submitted by Ashleighbridget on 25. September 2014 - 10:08.

    YAY I love animal cruelty alternatives

    Worked perfectly! Thank Flippinholden Glasses

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  • This is an amazing yoghurt so

    Submitted by kellsbells1977 on 24. September 2014 - 12:17.

    This is an amazing yoghurt so creamy and delicious. Thanks!

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