2 cups quinoa (cooked)
2 cups oat milk (or some other dairy free milk)
½ cup blueberries (fresh or frozen and thawed)
2-4 tbsp raw organic honey or coconut syrup
2 capsules of probiotics
½ tsp vanilla powder
Cook the quinoa according to the instructions in the package. Let it cool. Pour the quinoa into a blender and add the oat milk, blueberries and the sweetener. Blend until very smooth. Add more liquid, if needed, to create as smooth texture as possible. Taste and add more sweetener or blueberries, if you like. Open the probiotic capsules and pour the powder to the mixture. Mix gently. Pour the mixture into a sterilized and totally dry glass jar. You can sterilize the jar with boiling water in a big pot (for couple of minutes) or washing it in a dishwasher. Make sure not to leave any water in the jar. Close the jar with a lid or cover with a cheesecloth and a rubber band. Turn the oven light on but do not heat the oven. The oven light should keep the oven warm enough for the yogurt. Place the yogurt in the oven with the light on and leave the yogurt to set for about 8 – 12 hours. The longer you let the yogurt ferment, the stronger and sourer the flavor will be. Take the jar from the oven, stir in vanilla ja put the jar in the fridge and let it cool. Consume within a week.
The swirls in the picture are created with a white Almond Yogurt – Get the recipe here!