almond yogurt recipe – how to make almond yogurt at home


almond yogurt | almond yogurt at home

Embrace the hidden foodie inside you and try your hand at making this delicious almond yogurt by parveen. Perfect for 3 people, the lovely flavours of this almond yogurt will make everyone’s taste buds extremely happy and will always leave people asking for more. Food lovers drool over the almond yogurt because the first bite of the almond yogurt leads to an explosion of wonderful flavours in the mouth. The irresistible combination of freshness and tastiness, coupled with the various health benefits associated with almond yogurt. Create this almond yogurt by following the step-by-step instructions given by parveen and don’t forget to share this recipe for almond yogurt with all your near and dear ones-eating and sharing are two of the most important things that we do these days. Simple, easy and quick to make-the almond yogurt is comfort food at its best!
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Ingredients (240 ml cup used)

  • 1 cup almonds with skin or blanched
  • ½ tsp diary yogurt starter or any non-dairy starter (culture) (use as mentioned on the pack)
  • 1 tsp sugar or as needed (optional, if you want to sweeten)

How to make the recipe

  1. Soak almond for at least 5 to 6 hrs. Make sure they are not soaked any longer.
  2. Peel off the skin and grind with little water or milk to a very smooth paste.
  3. Pour this grinded mix in a jar or bowl, place the bowl in hot water to warm up, if you have used iced cold water to grind. Else you can skip this step.
  4. Add your dairy starter (yogurt) and mix well and set aside for 2 hrs in a warm place. The standing time depends on your starter. You can achieve perfection only by trying repeatedly.
  5. If you intend to use a non-dairy starter, just set aside the grinded mix for 2hrs in a warm place along with the starter. (Also refer the instructions on the pack).


  1. If you have any leftover almond pulp or meal after extracting milk from almonds, you can grind it up along with some freshly soaked almonds. Use half pulp and half fresh almonds.
  2. Bring 1 cup of milk to boil, cool it down to a warm temperature, add some almond meal and proceed with adding starter.

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