If you love the coconut yoghurt you buy at the store, you are going to love making your own for so many reasons… It tastes delicious, it’s a whole lot cheaper and it’s lovingly made by you!

This an updated coconut yoghurt recipe, even easier than before, with a sweet option for you too.

My delicious recipe for coconut yoghurt pairs sensationally with the rose petal jam and of course with the Raw Granola in the A Delicious Bunch Book.

Have you seen my short video on how to make Rose petal Jam? Click here to see it. You will want to plant a dozen fragrant roses and make this jam I promise you.

1 x 400 gram can coconut cream*

½ teaspoon (2 grams) Agar**

1 capsule dairy free probiotic powder


To make this yoghurt sweet, you may add a dessertspoon of sugar or honey and a tiny slurp of vanilla .

Using a spoon, blend the coconut cream and agar powder in a saucepan. Make sure you have no lumps. Bring to a gentle simmer, and hold that heat for  30 seconds to activate the agar. Remove from the heat and cool to 36 degrees C.

Open the probiotic capsule and add the contents to the coconut cream mixture.  Whisk through until combined.

Pour the mixture into a clean glass or ceramic bowl and cover. (I use a sheet of greaseproof paper held in place with a rubber band). Cover with a towel and sit it in warm spot for 12 hours to culture.  I use the dehydrator turned onto 36C  for the warm spot, but you may have a yoghurt maker.

After 12 hours, remove the towel and cover the container with beeswax or other lid to keep it airtight. Refrigerate.

Serve with Cornflower granola from my book A Delicious Bunch, growing and cooking with edible flowers. Buy Book Here

Coconut yoghurt will store in the fridge for about 10 days. Discard if it changes colour at all.

*Coconut yoghurt may also be made with the blended flesh and water from a young coconut.

**There are a number of different thickeners you can use for this yoghurt including Guar gum and Tapioca flour. I prefer agar for the texture. If you use gelatin, the yoghurt will not be vegetarian.