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Oat Milk Yogurt

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This plant-based yogurt is creamy and delicious, and you can make it without a machine.

It's perfect with berries and granola, for a healthy start of the day.

Health

Time

20h

Cost

Nutrients

89 kcal

Carbs 15 grams

Sugars 5 grams

Total Fats 3 grams

Saturates 0 grams

Fibers 3 grams

Proteins 1 grams

Nutrients Data

The nutrients information on this page refers to a 2000 Kcal daily intake diet.

Each nutrient has a progress bar. A full progress bar represents the total allowance for the nutrient, based on a 500 Kcal meal.

Chart Legend

Carbs, Sugars, Total Fats, Saturates
Less than 50% of maximum recommended intake for a meal
Between 50% and 95% of maximum recommended intake for a meal
More than 95% of maximum recommended intake for a meal
Fibers, Proteins
More than 50% of recommended intake for a meal
Between 25% and 50% of recommended intake for a meal
Less than 25% of recommended intake for a meal
By visiting the full recipe page, you can get a more in depth breakdown of the nutrients for this recipe. If you prefer reading the recipe in this format instead, a link to the full recipe page will be provided at the end!

Good for Diets

  • Vegetarian
  • Vegan
  • Alcohol-Free
  • Pescatarian

No Allergens!

Servings

6

Did you know?

Oat milk is a healthy, plant-based alternative to cow milk.

Plant-Based Milk

Plant-based drinks like oat, soy, and almond milk are a low-fat alternative to classic milk.

They also pack fewer calories and zero cholesterol, perfect if you're on a diet.

We love making our recipes as healthy as we can by using plant-based ingredients.

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Step 1

Whisk sifted potato starch and xanthan gum with a bit of cold milk until dissolved. Then, add the mixture to a saucepan along with the remaining milk.

Ingredients List

Unsweetened Oat Milk1L
Potato Starch3tbsp
Xanthan Gum1tsp
Yogurt Starter Culture Sachet1
Step 2

Warm the milk over low heat until it reaches the temperature of 85°C (185°F).

Ingredients List

Unsweetened Oat Milk1L
Potato Starch3tbsp
Xanthan Gum1tsp
Yogurt Starter Culture Sachet1
Step 3

Allow the milk to cool down to 45°C (113 °F) in a clean bowl. Now, scoop out a ladle of milk and dissolve the starter culture in it before adding it back to the bowl.

Ingredients List

Unsweetened Oat Milk1L
Potato Starch3tbsp
Xanthan Gum1tsp
Yogurt Starter Culture Sachet1
Step 4

Divide the milk among sterilised jars and incubate them in a hot water bath between 40 and 45°C (104-113 °F) for 12 hours. Wrap in cling film and cover with a blanket.

Ingredients List

Unsweetened Oat Milk1L
Potato Starch3tbsp
Xanthan Gum1tsp
Yogurt Starter Culture Sachet1
Step 4

Check the water hourly and replace it if it gets below that temperature.

Ingredients List

Unsweetened Oat Milk1L
Potato Starch3tbsp
Xanthan Gum1tsp
Yogurt Starter Culture Sachet1
Step 5

Finally, refrigerate the yogurt for 6 hours before serving.

Ingredients List

Unsweetened Oat Milk1L
Potato Starch3tbsp
Xanthan Gum1tsp
Yogurt Starter Culture Sachet1

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