I’m excited to share this simple and delicious, protein and probiotic-rich soy yogurt recipe made in my EuroCuisine maker. I have actually found it quite easy to switch to non-dairy with soy substitutes like these… First, I’d like to thank HappyHealthyLongLife.com for her inspiration and enthusiasm. You can see her original post about it here.
At 27 calories and 0 grams of fat, this will become your go-to for breakfast, dessert, and used as your primary base for your favorite creamy dressing and smoothies.
This recipe is so simple, useful and dynamic, it will reframe the way you think about meal prepping.
Now, on to making this delightfully decadent dairy-free recipe. Homemade soy yogurt can end up being too thin so using cornstarch to make the yogurt thicker works well. Start with about 3 tablespoons and see if it’s to your liking.
If you’re using unsweetened soy milk, you can add a few tablespoons of sweetener or maple syrup if you like.
If you think that yogurt making is out because you don’t have a yogurt maker, guess what, you can still make yogurt! Here are 10 ways to culture yogurt without a yogurt maker.
In addition, you can purchase yogurt starter from this website. Now you're ready to enjoy your homemade soy yogurt sprinkled with berries, in your smoothies or salad dressings or to top this homemade granola recipe.
Sprinkle with your favorite granola, berries, nuts, spices and cacao nibs; add it into your smoothies or salad dressings (“like this one” ) or to top this homemade granola recipe. Fresh vanilla bean, or your favorite spices and cacao nibs will take this recipe over the top and make a rich and decadent nutrient-rich dessert.
This basic recipe is really dynamic, you will end up making this recipe every week and keep it as a staple. Enjoy!
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