Homemade Probiotic Yogurt

coconut probiotic yogurt

Homemade Probiotic Yogurt

This homemade probiotic yogurt is easy to make. It just requires two ingredients and a little bit of patience for a probiotic-rich and yummy product that is friendly to your gut.


  • 1 airtight container glass, preferably


  • 1 can full fat coconut milk with a minimum of 80% coconut fat extract
  • 2 capsules probiotics 4 capsules if using a children's range


  • Mix the coconut fat with the water in the can until you get the right texture. Add the probiotics and stir well.
  • Pour it into an airtight container and keep it away from direct sunlight for about two days. You may stir from time to time. By the end of two days, it should have gone thicker and sourer (a sign that the healthy bacteria are eating away and fermenting the natural sugars in the coconut milk).
  • To stop the fermentation process, place it in the fridge. It can keep for up to 5 days.


This homemade probiotic-rich yogurt is super-easy to make. The main requirement is to get your head around the fact that you need to wait paiently for about two days to get to try it! 
It is key to use a full fat 80-85% coconut extract for a creamier result. You may need to read labels and search in several stores. Make sure the probiotic product you choose to use has a mix of bacteria in it for greater fermentation rather a single-strain of probiotic bacteria. I can assure you if you do it this way, your homemade probiotic yogurt will yield more probiotic-rich effect in your gut than any product in the market!
A money-saving tip, reserve 2tbsp of the yogurt at the end for the next batch. That way you dont need to keep adding probiotic capsules. 

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