Delicious Vegan Strawberry ‘Yoghurt’

We love to make this delicious version of ‘yoghurt’. If you are dairy intolerant – this is for you! Vegan and delicious!

This recipe is adapted from Serene Alison’s Raw Food Recipe Book Rejuvenate Your Life. This is such a wonderful inspiring book – especially if you are looking for a raw food cookbook by a Christian author – avoiding all the new age philosophies that often accompany raw food recipes.

So, here it is:

We have a large 1000W blender which surprisingly is one of the cheaper ones R350 – relatively easy to replace if it burns out. Most other blenders that I have seen do not go above 700W. It has a large 1.5 litre glass jug and I make lots of yoghurt at a time – enough for 8 people to have a small bowl of yoghurt each.

  • If your blender is smaller, try making half the recipe at a time.
  • The most important thing is to blend lots along the way so that you get a smooth creamy texture to your yoghurt – it shouldn’t be grainy!

To your blender add:

  • 1.5 cups filtered water (have another cup of water available to add slowly when your mixture gets too thick to blend. The yoghurt is great thick but can also be nice a bit thinner if you’d like to make drinking yoghurt for your kiddies to drink through a straw.)
  • 5 handfuls of cashew nuts
  • 2 handfuls of almonds

BLEND till smooth and creamy (add water if too thick)

  • In the meantime get out your coffee (or seed) grinder and grind 2 generous Tablespoons of raw flaxseeds (golden are best but brown fine too) – add ground flaxseed to blender
  • Add 2 teaspoons psyllium (available at health shops – this is a great cleanser for your colon and also helps to make the ‘yoghurt’ nice and thick)
  • Juice 4 lemons and add the juice to blender
  • Add approx 1/3  of a 500gram jar of honey (to taste – can add more later)
  • Add 2 Tablespoons of Flax Oil


  • Add 350-400g frozen strawberries or blueberries (these help make the yoghurt nice and cold again after all that blending!)
  • Taste at this point to see if it has sweetness and tartness of yoghurt (you can either add more honey or more lemon juice if necessary)


“Blessed [are] they that do his commandments, that they may have right to the tree of life, and may enter in through the gates into the city. ” Revelation 22 v 14


3 thoughts on “Delicious Vegan Strawberry ‘Yoghurt’

  1. […] to keep up the good habits without becoming overwhelmed.  We have carrot juice every second day, homemade yoghurt (not actually yoghurt but a blend of nuts, fruit, lemon juice, psyllium, etc.) every second day,  cooked lunches every second day, etc. freezer meals every second day with […]

  2. Tammy says:

    Stunning, thank you….. I can’t wait to try it. I buy my nuts in bulk from Yellow Submarine, it is much cheaper that way. Love tammy

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