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Dairy-Free Strawberry Yogurt

Prep time 10 min
Cook time -
Total time 10 min

Prep time 10 min
Cook time -
Total time 10 min

About

The idea that fat-free, fruit-flavored yogurt is a healthy snack is such a sham.

An individual sized strawberry flavored yogurt cup that you purchase at the store is loaded with around 15 grams of sugar, artificial colors, chemicals and sometimes even corn syrup. All that for a snack that won’t even fill you up, and sets you up for a sugar crash. Not cool.

Oh but strawberry yogurt tastes so good! There’s flavor and comfort in those creamy, strawberry spoonfuls.

Now if you were the dairy-eating type, then I’d say take plain, Greek yogurt and add some mashed, fresh strawberries. That’s a simple, delicious alternative to the really sugary strawberry yogurts.

But of course most of you (myself included) are on the dairy-avoidance diet, so Greek yogurt is out.

What’s a yogurt-loving soul to do?

Why make this awesome recipe for dairy-free strawberry yogurt, of course.

I had a lot of fun coming up with this recipe, and it came out spoon-licking good. It took a lot of self restraint to stop eating the yogurt long enough to snap a pic…I ended up taking a few bites in between


Serves 4

1 can (13.66oz) coconut milk, full fat (chilled in the fridge overnight)

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

2 ripe Bananas 

1 tablespoon arrowroot starch

¼ teaspoon almond extract


Directions
1

Throw all of the ingredients into a food processor. Blend on high until creamy. Enjoy chilled.

2

For extra-creamy yogurt: Chill the coconut milk overnight. Do not shake the can. Turn upside down and use the can opener to remove the bottom of the can. Drain and discard all liquid, then scrape out the white, creamy coconut to use in your yogurt. You may want to use 2 cans if you are using this technique. Yum!


Nutrition

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