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Homemade AIP Coconut Milk Yogurt

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Homemade AIP Coconut Milk Yogurt

Olivia
The Cook
6 Servings
5 Ingredients
15 Comments

AIP Coconut Milk Yogurt is decadently creamy and sweet without the discomfort of dairy or processed sweeteners, while added probiotics help to heal and restore. It is sure to become a favorite treat on the road to healing.

6 Servings
5 Ingredients
15 Comments

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Freeze For Later Cooking Day Directions

Slow Cooker

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Easy Assembly/Ready to Eat

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  1. So just to be clear… After you put the ingredients in the warmed up slow cooker you no longer keep the cooker plugged in… sorry first time yogurt maker here…

  2. Hi Just wondering is there a reason to buy the milk instead of the cream. I bought canned milk and it is not really separate. Did I misread something?

    1. Hi Martha! You didn’t misread. At the time this recipe was developed coconut cream wasn’t readily available in many grocery stores. It is easier to come by these days so you are welcome to buy it instead and skip the step of separating. When dividing the coconut milk I have found it’s easier to separate the cream if you flip the can over and open it from the bottom. Also, you will find that the full fat varieties are more cream-heavy than the light.

    1. Because the nature of this recipe is used to cleanse and heal, we would just encourage you to check the ingredient list of the boxed coconut milk as there may be several additives and preservatives. The consistency may be more runny as well.

    1. If you stick with the serving size of 6, you would need 32 ounces. If you add this recipe to your menu and change the serving size, it will automatically adjust for you.

    1. We think that replacement should be fine. Plus you take the thicker cream at the top of the can of coconut milk in that recipe–use it first and then use the milk at a later point in the recipe. So it should work!

  3. So if I need 32 ounces of coconut cream I need how many cans of full fat coconut milk? There are 13.5 ounces of product in each can but only half of that is the cream. Now the cream is heavier than the liquid that is left but that still means I would need about 4 cans to get 32 ounces of the coconut cream —-wow

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