Top 10 Vegan Almond Yogurt Drink recipes

Use this recipe as is for an easy, tart, and delicious drink, or as a base ingredient for any of the other yogurt drink recipes included in this article

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 Almond Yogurt Drink

Basic, Unflavored, Vegan Almond Yogurt Drink




In the past when I would eat dairy yogurt, I liked it simple, creamy, and silky. The following recipe is comparable to ordinary yogurt but has a significantly thinner consistency—very similar to half-and-half. Use this recipe as is for an easy, tart, and delicious drink, or as a base ingredient for any of the other yogurt drink recipes included in this article. Pour it over uncooked muesli and chopped bananas or as a creamy topping on a bowl of berries with raw honey or maple syrup.

Ingredients You’ll Need

§  4 cups purified water
§  2 cups raw, whole almonds
§  ¼ teaspoon Yolife Yogurt
§  Starter — Extra Super
§  Concentrated Formula
§  2-quart saucepan
§  Yogurt or candy
§  Thermometer
§  Quart canning jar
§  Plastic wrap

Directions


1.       Soak the almonds in a medium bowl covered by at least 1 inch of purified water for at least 8 hours or overnight. Drain and rinse.



2.       Place the almonds in a blender along with the water. Blend on high for a full 2 minutes.



3.       Strain the milk through a nut milk bag into a medium bowl in your kitchen sink. Using two hands, wring out the bag so that you extract all the milk. This procedure may take a minute or two depending upon how thoroughly your blender pulverized the nuts.



4.       Transfer the nut milk to a 2-quart saucepan and warm over low heat until it reaches a temperature between 104 and 113°F. Use a yogurt or candy thermometer while heating the liquid so you don’t overheat it and destroy the nutrients and live enzymes.



5.       Remove pan from heat and sprinkle the yogurt starter on top of the warmed nut milk. Gently stir for 15 seconds to thoroughly incorporate it into the milk.


6.       Pour the warm milk into a clean, quart-size canning jar, cover with a piece of plastic wrap, then screw on the lid. The plastic wrap prevents the liquid contents from coming into contact with the metal lid, which may cause an unpleasant, metallic taste.

7.       Wrap the jar with a kitchen towel secured with a large rubber band, then place in a warm location such as a window, on deck, or, if your kitchen stays warm, on the kitchen counter. If it’s wintertime, place your jar on top of a metal heating grate on the floor. If you have a woodstove, set the jar several feet away from the stove. Just make sure the jar doesn’t get warmer than 113°F.



8.       Check the yogurt every few hours. You may notice the nut milk has separated with a white, thick, curdled portion near the top and a thin, clear “almond whey” portion close to the middle or bottom of the jar. This is normal. Give the jar a few shakes to blend it back together then rewrap and set it back in its warm location. Don’t worry about lower overnight temperatures. The jar will naturally cool with the cooler temps (unless it is sitting by a wood stove ). Allow 12 to 24 hours for the nut milk to ferment and form a thin yogurt. You’ll know that it’s ready when it thickens and tastes pleasantly sour.


9.       You can store the yogurt drink in the same canning jar or transfer it to another clean glass or plastic container. It will keep refrigerated for up to 3 days.
Yield: About 4 cups or 2 to 4 servings
A good source of vitamins B and E, potassium, phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, manganese, iron, zinc, other trace minerals, tryptophan, healthy fat, protein, and slow-release carbohydrates



Strawberry Yogurt Drink





this smoothie, though light, will energize and fill you with a delicious, creamy, sweet-tart, and strawberry flavor. It’s a wonderful breakfast drink or afternoon pick-me-up treat. Pour it over a bowl of fresh peach or nectarine slices — now that’s heaven!
Ingredients You’ll Need
§  4 cups Basic, Unflavored,
§  Vegan Almond YogurtDrink
§  1 cup fresh or frozen strawberries
§  2 tablespoons raw honey, raw agave nectar, or maple syrup
§  1 teaspoon natural vanilla flavoring
Directions

1.       Put the plain yogurt drink, strawberries, honey, and vanilla in a blender and blend on high untilsmooth—20 to 30 seconds.


2.       Pour into glasses or insulated mugs.
This blend has a moderate amount of natural sugars, plus loads of enzymes and probiotics, so sip slowly —do notgulp—but rather “chew” each sip, mixing it well with your saliva for easy digestion.
Yield: About 5 cups or 3 to 5 servings
A good source of antioxidants, enzymes, probiotics, vitamins B, C and E, potassium, phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, manganese, iron, zinc, other trace minerals, tryptophan, healthy fat, protein, natural sugars, and fiber

Vanilla-Date Yogurt Drink




Delicate flavors of vanilla and sweet dates permeate this yogurt drink. I like to enjoy this soothing, yet gently energizing beverage in the late afternoons when I’ve had a particularly stressful day. It’s quite delicious when poured over raw muesli topped with sliced banana or blueberries.
Ingredients You’ll Need
§  4 cups Basic, Unflavored,
§  Vegan Almond Yogurt Drink
§  6 Medjool dates pitted (if hard, soak for 1 hour before blending)
§  1 tablespoon natural vanilla flavoring
Directions

1.       Put the plain yogurt drink, dates, and vanilla in a blender and blend on high until smooth and frothy, 30 to 45 seconds.


2.       Pour into glasses or insulated mugs.
This blend has a moderate amount of natural sugars, plus loads of enzymes and probiotics, so sip slowly —do not gulp—but rather “chew” each sip, mixing it well with your saliva for easy digestion.

Yield: About 5 cups or 3 to 5 servings
A good source of antioxidants, vitamins B and E, enzymes, probiotics, potassium, phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, copper, manganese, iron, zinc, other trace minerals, tryptophan, healthy fat, protein, natural sugars, and fiber

Mango-Blueberry Yogurt Drink





Sweet-tart mangoes and blueberries combine very well with the tang of yogurt resulting in a silky-textured beverage that can be enjoyed whenever you need a delicious, fruity pick-me-up. It also works well as a lunch time meal replacement. It’s amazingly filling and incredibly energizing and it provides a heavy dose of antioxidants.
Ingredients You’ll Need
§  4 cups Basic, Unflavored,
§  Vegan Almond Yogurt Drink
§  ½ cup fresh or frozen mango, pitted, cut into chunks
§  ½ cup fresh or frozen blueberries
§  2 tablespoons raw honey, raw agave nectar, or maple syrup
§  1 teaspoon natural vanilla flavoring
Directions

1.       Put the plain yogurt drink, mango, blueberries, honey, and vanilla in a blender and blend on high until smooth—about 30 seconds.


2.       Pour into glasses or insulated mugs.
This blend has a moderate amount of natural sugars, plus loads of enzymes and probiotics, so sip slowly —do not gulp—but rather “chew” each sip, mixing it well with your saliva for easy digestion.
Yield: About 5 cups or 3 to 5 servings
A good source of: antioxidants, vitamins B, C, and E, enzymes, probiotics, potassium, phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, manganese, iron, zinc, other trace minerals, tryptophan, healthy fat, protein, natural sugars, and fiber

Monkey Spice Yogurt Drink




the combination of banana, cinnamon, and almond yogurt makes a truly amazing drink. It will fill you up and give you a stack of energy with a nice, warming, and spicy bite — perfect for breakfast, lunch, or afternoon snack.
Ingredients You’ll Need
§  4 cups Basic, Unflavored, Vegan Almond Yogurt Drink
§  1 large or 2 small fresh or frozen bananas, cut into 1-inch chunks
§  1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
§  2 tablespoons raw honey, raw agave nectar, or maple syrup
§  2 teaspoons natural vanilla flavoring

Directions
1.       Put the plain yogurt drink, banana, cinnamon, honey, and vanilla in a blender and blend on high until smooth—about 30 seconds.
2.       Pour into glasses or insulated mugs.
This blend has a moderate amount of natural sugars, plus loads of enzymes and probiotics, so sip slowly —do not gulp—but rather “chew” each sip, mixing it well with your saliva for easy digestion.
Yield: About 5 cups or 3 to 5 servings
A good source of: antioxidants, vitamins B and E, enzymes, probiotics, potassium, phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, manganese, iron, zinc, other trace minerals, tryptophan, healthy fat, protein, and natural sugars

Herbal Restorative Yogurt Drink




Feeling stressed out, dried, fried, frazzled, and fatigued? Then this herbal remedy is for you. I’ve added Solomon’s seal root and astragalus root powders, two rejuvenating herbs that when combined will promote relaxation of the nervous system, plus provide demulcent and anti-inflammatory properties to soothe an irritated digestive tract. This banana-flavored beverage will help enhance overall well-being and vitality and gently energize without over-stimulating.
Ingredients You’ll Need
§  4 cups Basic, Unflavored, Vegan Almond Yogurt Drink 
§  1 large or 2 small fresh or frozen bananas, cut into 1-inch chunks
§  2 tablespoons raw honey, raw agave nectar, or maple syrup
§  1 teaspoon Solomon’s seal root powder
§  1 teaspoon astragalus root powder
§  2 teaspoons natural vanilla flavoring

Directions

1.       Put the plain yogurt drink, banana, honey, Solomon’s seal root powder, astragalus root powder, and vanilla in a blender and blend on high untilsmooth—about 30 seconds.
2.       Pour into glasses or insulated mugs.
This blend has a moderate amount of natural sugars, plus loads of enzymes and probiotics, so sip slowly —do not gulp—but rather “chew” each sip, mixing it well with your saliva for easy 
digestion.

Yield: About 5 cups or 3 to 5 servings
A good source of antioxidants, vitamins B and E, enzymes, probiotics, potassium, phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, manganese, iron, zinc, other trace minerals, tryptophan, healthy fat, protein, and natural sugars

Raspberry Fool Yogurt Drink




Long ago the word “fool” was used as a term of endearment. A fruit “fool” is an old-fashioned, simple yet elegant recipe combining fruit, and often times berries, with confectioners’ sugar, whipping cream, and a few tablespoons of kirsch, port, or Madeira wine. 



This yogurt drink is a sweet-tart, alcohol-free, vegan take on the raspberry fool dessert. It’s thinner but full of sweet, creamy raspberry yogurt and makes a wonderful meal-in-a-glass or dessert drink.
This blend, like many of these blends, is energizing and restorative especially after a heavy, sweaty workout or time spent digging and weeding in the garden.
Ingredients You’ll Need
§  4 cups Basic, Unflavored Vegan Almond Yogurt Drink 
§  3 cups fresh or frozen raspberries
§  ⅓ cup raw honey, raw agave nectar, or maple syrup
§  1 tablespoon natural vanilla flavoring



Directions

1.       Put the plain yogurt drink, raspberries, honey, and vanilla in a blender and blend on high untilsmooth—about 30 seconds.


2.       Pour into glasses or insulated mugs.
This blend is high in fiber, moderate in natural sugars, plus it contains a lot of enzymes and probiotics, so sipslowly—do not gulp—but rather “chew” each sip, mixing it well with your saliva for easy digestion.
Yield: About 6 cups or 3 to 6 servings
A good source of: antioxidants, vitamins B, C, E, and K, enzymes, probiotics, potassium, phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, manganese, iron, zinc, other trace minerals, tryptophan, healthy fat, protein, natural sugars, and fiber

Chai-Chi Yogurt Drink





Combine the tartness of plain almond yogurt with the flavor of a traditional, spicy-sweet chai blend a you get a unique, warming, circulatory stimulating, and energizing beverage that promotes healthy digestion. You’ll find this a comforting while nourishing drink if you're stressed or your stomach, is on edge.
Ingredients You’ll Need
§  4 cups Basic, Unflavored Vegan Almond Yogurt Drink 
§  ½ teaspoon dried, ground ginger
§  ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon
§  ½ teaspoon ground cardamom
§  ¼ teaspoon ground nutmeg
§  Pinch of cayenne pepper powder
§  ⅓ cup raw honey, raw agave nectar, or maple syrup
§  1 tablespoon natural vanilla flavoring

Directions

1.       Put the plain yogurt drink, ginger, cinnamon, cardamom, nutmeg, cayenne, honey, and vanilla in a blender and blend on high until smooth and frothy, about 20 seconds.


2.       Pour into glasses or insulated mugs.
This blend is moderate in natural sugars, plus contains lots of enzymes and probiotics, so sip slowly—do not gulp—but rather “chew” each sip, mixing it well with your saliva for easy digestion.
Yield: About 4 cups or 2 to 3 servings
A good source of antioxidants, vitamins B and E, enzymes, probiotics, potassium, phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, manganese, iron, zinc, other trace minerals, tryptophan, healthy fat, protein, and natural sugars

Peachy Banana Yogurt Drink





With a combination of peaches, bananas, and tart yogurt, you’ll have a delicious and gorgeous pale orange sherbet. Enjoy this creamy drink for breakfast on hot summer mornings when you need something cool and light, yet deeply nourishing and energizing.
Ingredients You’ll Need
§  4 cups Basic, Unflavored Vegan Almond Yogurt Drink
§  1 small fresh or frozen banana, cut into 1-inch chunks
§  1 cup fresh or frozen peach slices
§  2 tablespoons raw honey, raw agave nectar, or maple syrup
§  2 teaspoons natural vanilla flavoring

Directions

1.       Put the plain yogurt drink, banana, peaches, honey, and vanilla in a blender and blend on high until smooth and creamy, 20 to 30 seconds.


2.       Pour into glasses or insulated mugs.
This blend is moderate in natural sugars, plus contains lots of enzymes and probiotics, so sip slowly—do not gulp—but rather “chew” each sip, mixing it well with your saliva for easy digestion.
Yield: About 6 cups or 3 to 6 servings
A good source of antioxidants, vitamins B, C, and E, enzymes, probiotics, potassium, phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, manganese, iron, zinc, other trace minerals, tryptophan, healthy fat, protein, and natural sugars

Carob-Banana Yogurt Drink





Creamy, decadently delicious with a hint of yogurt’s tartness. This healthful mineral-rich drink is perfect for any time of day when you crave something tasty that’ll deliver a boost of balanced energy.
Ingredients You’ll Need
§  4 cups Basic, Unflavored Vegan Almond Yogurt Drink
§  1 large or 2 small fresh or frozen bananas, cut into 1-inch chunks
§  ¼ cup raw honey, raw agave nectar, or maple syrup
§  2 tablespoons raw carob powder (use 3 tablespoons for a richer carob flavor)
§  2 teaspoons natural vanilla flavoring
§  1 teaspoon ground cinnamon

Directions

1.       Put the plain yogurt drink, banana, honey, carob powder, vanilla, and cinnamon in a blender and blend on high until smooth and frothy—about 20 to 30seconds.


2.       Pour into glasses or insulated mugs.
This blend is moderate in natural sugars and fiber, plus contains lots of enzymes and probiotics, so sip slowly—do not gulp—but rather “chew” each sip, mixing it well with your saliva for easy digestion.
Yield: About 6 cups or 3 to 6 servings
A good source of: antioxidants, vitamins B and E, enzymes, probiotics, potassium, phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, manganese, iron, zinc, other trace minerals, tryptophan, healthy fat, protein, natural sugars, and fiber

Bountiful Berry Yogurt Drink




This sweet-tart, berry-delicious, reddish-purple yogurt drink is loaded with anti-inflammatory and anti-aging antioxidant compounds. It’s wonderful for promoting the clear vision, gorgeous skin, healthy joints and bones, regularity, balance blood pressure, and cardiovascular wellness.
It’s also fiber-rich with ample complex carbohydrates, protein, and fat—givingyou hours of sustained energy. For this recipe, you’ll need to head to your grocer’s frozen section for an assortment of strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, and raspberries. If you can’t find this particular mix, just use something similar or invent your own blend.
Ingredients You’ll Need
§  4 cups Basic, Unflavored Vegan Almond Yogurt Drink
§  2 cups mixed frozen berries, such as strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, and raspberries
§  ¼ cup raw honey, raw agave nectar, or maple syrup
§  2 teaspoons natural vanilla flavoring

Directions

1.       Put the plain yogurt drink, berry mixture, honey, and vanilla in a blender and blend on high until smooth, about 30 seconds.


2.       Pour into glasses or insulated mugs.
This blend is high in fiber, moderate in natural sugars, plus contains lots of enzymes and probiotics, so sip slowly—do not gulp—but rather “chew” each sip, mixing it well with your saliva for easy digestion.
Yield: About 5 to 6 cups or 3 to 6 servings

A good source of antioxidants, vitamins B, C, E, and K, enzymes, probiotics, potassium, phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, manganese, iron, zinc, other trace minerals, tryptophan, healthy fat, protein, natural sugars, and fiber

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