There are so many different ways to enjoy vegan yogurt! You can home-make it or buy it, and then add granola, freeze it, or even use it in savory recipes. This roundup focuses on everything yogurt and you’re sure to find a way you like. Vegan yogurt offers many health benefits, as well. It’s high in probiotics and aids in digestion, too. If you’re after more recipes like these, check out our Food Monster App!
1. Yogurt Power Bowl
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2. Frozen Yogurt Berry Bark
Source: Frozen Yogurt Berry Bark
3. Raw Fermented Coconut Yogurt
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This easy, raw, vegan, and gluten-free Raw Fermented Coconut Yogurt by Nikki and Zuzana with just 3 ingredients. It’s a thick and creamy treat to enjoy on its own, with fruit, or topped with some raw granola. Great for Gut-Health.
4. Sweet Potato Curry Nuggets With Tangy Yogurt Sauce
These Sweet Potato Curry Nuggets With Tangy Yogurt Sauce by Agnes Potier-Murphy are a staple dish, not only because they are super easy to make, but also because they are highly customizable and can even be turned into a full-size burger if the mood strikes. The tangy yogurt sauce pairs particularly well with the sweet and spicy flavors of these nuggets!
5. Dreamy Yogurt Cheesecake With Cocoa-Coconut Crust
How beautiful is this Dreamy Yogurt Cheesecake With Cocoa-Coconut Crust by Joyce Gan? The ground cashew nuts combined with yogurt give it an extremely smooth and creamy texture. The beet shreds added a nice color and a very mild beet taste that you may not even notice while the lemon zest and lemon juice give an extra tangy taste. This no-bake cake looks extravagant, but it’s so easy to make!
6. Fermented Vanilla Yogurt with Millet and Cashews
Home-made Fermented Vanilla Yogurt with Millet and Cashews by Magdalena Pienkos has live bacterial cultures. Delicious with fruit, muesli, or add-on to other dishes. It’s a perfect addition to pancakes and pancakes.
7. Yogurt Parfait
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This healthy vegan Yogurt Parfait by Nele Liivlaid is a great afternoon pick-me-up snack that takes only one bowl and less than 5 minutes to make! Besides its simplicity, you’ll enjoy the perfect creaminess combined with fresh flavor that’ll lift you! To sum it up, this vegan yogurt parfait is for you, if you want to keep your blood sugar stable and need to mix something up quickly. Time is not an issue if you have the ingredients, a spoon, and a small bowl!
8. Dark Chocolate Coconut Yogurt Cake Bites
9. Raw Walnut Kofta With Cashew Yogurt
You can create anything with the right ingredients and spices — even kofta! These Raw Walnut Kofta With Cashew Yogurt by Lauren Glucina are entirely raw and seasoned beautifully with a range of spices. Served with the raw minted cashew yogurt and a little red kraut, this recipe is so simple to make, but does require time in the dehydrator.
10. Braised Tofu Doner Kebab in Pita With Yogurt Sauce
Doner kebabs are an iconic Turkish dish that features slow-cooked rotisserie meats stuffed into pita bread or on top of flatbread. In this equally tasty recipe for Braised Tofu Doner Kebab in Pita With Yogurt Sauce by Philipp Ertl, instead of the doner, you use braised, spiced tofu. Braised tofu is very versatile and I use it for many different dishes- from quick vegan pasta to tofu scrambles. For the yogurt sauce, use store-bought soy yogurt (or any plant-based yogurt you like), and some garlic and salt.
11. Frozen Strawberry Yogurt Bars
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These Frozen Strawberry Yogurt Bars by Maya Sozer are refreshing frozen strawberry cashew yogurt with an amazing hazelnut raisin crust that makes for one great summer treat. They are super easy to make and even easier to eat! Enjoy these bars for a sweet and cold breakfast, a midday treat, or as a dessert.
12. Yogurt Saffron Mango Cheesecake
Source: Yogurt Saffron Mango Cheesecake
This Yogurt Saffron Mango Cheesecake by Mira Manek is thick, creamy sweetened yogurt infused with saffron, and cardamom is layered on a crunchy date and nut base, and topped with freshly blended mango. This cheesecake is based on shrikhand, a deliciously creamy Indian dessert made from sweetened yogurt. Since it is made with yogurt, it takes longer to set. It’s ideal to make it two days in advance of serving, or at least the day before.
13. Coconut Probiotic Yogurt
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There are two routes you can take with this yogurt: ready-to-eat or the longer fermentation route. Both contain healthy gut-promoting probiotics, but one is sweeter and one is a little more tart. If you’re a fan of the thicker, tarter Greek-style yogurts, then fermentation is the route for you. If you struggle with digesting foods and have a slow elimination, then fermentation is the route for you. If you want a quick and healthy breakfast option, then this Coconut Probiotic Yogurt by Claire Ragozzino can be made and eaten without the fermentation process.
14. Peanut Cinnamon Crepes With Cherry Yogurt Filling
15. Mini Yogurt Bundt Cakes
Source: Mini Yogurt Bundt Cakes
French yogurt cake is one of the first cakes kids in France learn to make! Adding vegan yogurt to this Mini Yogurt Bundt Cakes by Lisa Dawn Angerame makes the dessert wonderfully dense and tangy. Enjoy them plain or elevate them with a filling of your choosing.
Love vegan yogurt? Granola is a great way to add some bulk to your yogurt. Try out these granola recipes!
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