April 16, 2014

Vegan Four Ingredient Berry Yoghurt Recipe


I love the vegan soy yoghurts from the supermarket... however, they are so expensive and I can't stop at one! So we have created a recipe to make your own berry yoghurt at home with only four ingredients! It is creamy, delicious and so filling! You can add as little or as many berries as you like and adjust the sweetness as desired. I hope you love it! ^-^


makes 2 ½ cups


   300g soft silken tofu
   2 cups frozen mixed berries
   3 tablespoons maple syrup
   vegan milk substitute (such as Soy Milky Lite), as needed 



  1. In a processor or blender, add the silken tofu, 1½ cups of the frozen berries and the maple syrup. 
  2. Blend until smooth and creamy.
  3. Drizzle in your milk substitute until the desired thinness is achieved.
  4. Pour into a bowl or container and add in the last ½ cup of berries and stir until combined.
  5. Serve immediately or refrigerate until needed. 
  6. Enjoy your deliciousness!


  • Silken tofu should be found in your local supermarket. It is is the softest tofu and has a custard-like consistency. Choose a plain-flavoured silken tofu so that your yoghurt tastes delicious!
  • Store in the fridge for up to three days. 


The nutrition information above is an approximate guideline and is calculated with 2 tablespoons of soy milk. Each serving is high in manganese and vitamin C.

10 comments :

  1. It's nice to be able to make your own soy yog to control the sugar since I have a feeling the store-bought ones are sneakily high in sugar..
    Looks yummy!

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  2. I love this so much. I'm not vegan but I too used to buy the vegan yoghurts, I stopped because I eat a LOT of yoghurt and it was getting super costly. This looks like a great alternative, so easy too!

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    1. Hi Lily! Oh thanks so much. I know... they get so expensive and I too would eat way too much hehe.

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  3. This recipe looks very good, I was just wondering about its probiotic content - or would it be best to make some using soy milk for that? I'm not keen on the ready-made soy yoghurt I've found so far.

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    1. Hi there! Tofu naturally contains probiotic benefits but if you are interested in adding more, there are probiotic yoghurt starters available in health food stores... you may just need to look around!

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    2. Thanks for that Madison. I'll check it out...I also wanted to mention I've bought two of your ebay books and am impressed with the recipes in those, and they are beautifully presented too.

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    3. Hehe thanks so much. So glad that you like them~!

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  4. Ohh my goodness, I've just recently decided to become vegan, this whole website is amazing! I CANT BELIEVE I CAN EAT OREOS!!! *Happiest moment in my life

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    1. Hehehe I am so so glad that Veggieful is helpful to you :)

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