Friday, May 22, 2009

Dairy Free Yogurt

8 cups or 1/2 gallon of milk(soy, rice, almond or coconut!!)
1/2 cup plain soy yogurt OR 1/4 tsp probiotic

Use at least a 4qt crockpot.
Pour 1/2 gallon of milk into your crockpot and cook on low for 2 1/2 hours.
Turn off crockpot and let sit for 3 hours.
Take out 2 cups of the milk and stir in the yogurt or probiotics.
Return to crockpot and cover with heavy towel.
Let sit overnight!

Wake up in morning and have fresh, healthy, cheap, allergen-free, yummy yogurt! Puree in some frozen fruit or a large drizzle of maple syrup to sweeten it up. If you want it to be thicker whisk in 1/4 cup tapioca starch--it's what the pro's do!


The Incredible Shrinking Family said...


In the past i have made dairy yogert in the same way . We are currently making dietary changes and I have wondered if making dairy free yogert was possible to do at home. You ROCK !!!! And I genuinely appreciate all the recipes and blogs you have posted.


I just stumbled on to your blog today via "Canmombecalm" and I'm so glad I did. Our family eats GFCF as part of treatment for our son with autism. Off and on for around ten years, I have been eating a healthy carb/lower carb diet to keep off the weight. It's always been very simple.....until we went GFCF a few months ago. The low-carb part is still easy but combining the two can be somewhat a challenge, as it sounds like you know all too well.

Anyway, just wanted to say I'm glad I found you...


Anonymous said...

Very coooooolllll!!! Can't wait to try it!!!! Hey, do you know how long this yogurt will last in the fridge? Wonder if you can freeze little sections of it too??

Come on in for a nice cup of coffee and a chat about my weight loss journey as well as all the healthy recipes I have found, including WW points and/or nutritional information if available. I am eating a vegetarian diet and concentrating on getting healthy and hopefully weight loss will follow. Thank to all my readers for their ongoing support.