Do you remember my lactose-free, soy-free yogurt? Well, I came up with a better one! It’s added sugar-free, too. My previous recipe asked for cashews, which made the yogurt creamy and on the heavier side. Most people prefer their yogurt to be light. So, I made a wonderfully light and airy (while still creamy) dairy-free yogurt!
If you don’t enjoy the light green color (avocado,) put some berries in your yogurt and it will be pretty, I promise!
If you don’t have a high-speed blender, do not use frozen bananas. Use regular bananas and put the final product in the freezer for a few minutes to rapidly cool it. This recipe yields a lot of yogurt. You can put it in small containers and refrigerate it for up to 6 days, or simply halve the recipe.
The Best Dairy-Free Yogurt Recipe
By April 17, 2012Published:
- Yield: 5-6 portions
Do you remember my lactose-free, soy-free yogurt? Well, I came up with a better one! It's added sugar-free, too. My previous recipe …
- 2 medium Avocados
- 2 Bananas frozen
- Juice and ground zest of 6 medium lemons
- 3-4 packets Stevia
- pinch of Sea salt
- Handful of berries or other fruit, such as kiwi, mango, pineapple, etc... optional
- Blend all ingredients until smooth.