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Packed with probiotics, yogurt is not only a super healthy food, it is also one of the most versatile!
While most of us think of yogurt as nothing more than a great sidekick to a morning meal or a healthy snack option in the afternoon, in reality it is one of the few foods that can be seamlessly integrated into any meal to create both sweet and savory dishes.
From soups and salads to condiments and beverages, you won't find many more flexible options!
Explore our homemade yogurt recipes below, and remember: you can do this!
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For those who need to stay away from dairy this is a great alternative to sugary gelatin desserts. The coconut yogurt supplies a healthy dose of probiotics.
This is a lovely way to incorporate the warm and spicy flavors of fall into a filling dessert or brunch cake. It’s light and fluffy, and is good either warm or cold.
These gummies will remind you of that famous orange drink we all loved as kids.
Making non-dairy yogurt can be tricky. This vegan yogurt recipe uses pectin and calcium water for a truly vegan yogurt with a smooth, spoonable texture.
Homemade coconut milk can be used in cooking, baking, or for culturing into yogurt or kefir, too!
Learn to make thick and delicious hemp milk yogurt at home. This is a great alternative for vegans or those allergic to traditional forms of milk.
Use this simple recipe to make delicious, creamy cashew milk for drinking or culturing.
Learn to make delicious almond milk yogurt using homemade raw almond milk.
Delicious homemade hemp milk is a great base for all your non-dairy projects, including making yogurt!
This homemade soy milk recipe is easy to make. Homemade soy milk is additive- and preservative-free, so it’s great for culturing!
Making non-dairy coconut milk yogurt can be tricky. Try our recipe that uses gelatin to help thicken the yogurt.
Delightful and less expensive than making nut milks, this sunflower seed milk recipe works for anyone looking for a non-dairy milk.