DIY Coconut Yogurt (Coyo) + Blueberry Pie Oats + Dutch Baby Pancakes + Flourless Lemon Cake (GF)

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I’ve had a few recipes up around the web recently! In the pre-and-post-birthday mayhem I haven’t had time to write about these magical birthday breakfast buns yet (photos and recipe coming shortly, though). However while you wait for all that spicy, buttery goodness why not check out my other recipes after the jump!

Flourless Lemon cake + Dutch Baby PancakeDIY Coconut Yogurt

How to make Coconut Yogurt at Home!  – The Kitchn: This was a massive project I undertook for 2 weeks. I dominated a whole shelf of the fridge with jars of yogurt haha. I’d only made coyo one way before this but experimented with tonnes of different methods to come up with as much information and variation as I could. The recipe is fully vegan, too 🙂

Blueberry Pie Overnight OatsThe Kitchn: This is a recipe following on from the coconut yogurt post as coyo is used in the oats to make them creamy and coconutty! There’s also oaty ‘pie crust’ streusel action going on there 😉 (P.s. there will be a few more related recipes to follow on The Kitchn using the coconut yogurt)

Dutch Baby Pancakes Great British Chefs: I made these dairy free by using almond milk in the batter and coconut oil in the skillet. The result was a slightly coconutty flavour and a texture in between a crepe and a Yorkshire pudding. They’re absolutely delicious and if you haven’t made them before I urge you to do it!

Flourless Lemon Cake with Rhubarb CompoteGreat British Chefs: Yes, I’m obsessed with lemon cakes. This is one of my favourite variations because of its deep yellow hue and lovely flavour thanks to the cornmeal. Oh, and the whole thing is soaked with a bunch of lemon syrup so it’s ridonc moist and a liiiitle bit sticky. As forced rhubarb is in the supermarkets atm, I also made a simple, bright compote to serve with the cake.

22 thoughts on “DIY Coconut Yogurt (Coyo) + Blueberry Pie Oats + Dutch Baby Pancakes + Flourless Lemon Cake (GF)”

  1. Oh yum…those overnight blueberry oats look delish. Going to check now!! Can’t wait for the buns!! xx

  2. Yay for the coyo.

    I’ve made it a couple of times, without really loving it. I will give you’re recipe a go before I give up entirely and pay the $10 a tub!

  3. So many great recipes in one place! I don’t think I’ve ever tried coconut yogurt before (*gasp!*) Have to try your recipe 🙂

  4. Wow! Four equally awesome recipes at once. I don’t even know where to begin, although those overnight oats are calling to me! These are all must trys!

  5. Wow that yogurt looks amazing!! I’ve been meaning to make homemade dairy-free yogurt for a while, this will be my motivation 🙂

  6. Hello fellow Great British Chefer. I was drooling over the dutch baby pancake. I really have to have a go at those I tend to make Scotch pancakes and just vary the fillings.

  7. THANK YOU so much for doing all the hard work and research for that coconut yogurt! I cannot wait to try it!!! <3

  8. I haven’t decided yet which recipe I’m going to try for tomorrows breakfast. Eighter the coconut yoghurt or the overnight oats. Love both of them!
    And your pictures are gorgeous as always.
    xo hope

  9. I’ve made coconut yogurt at home as well but never thought to consider just the coconut cream. Definitely trying that next time and sharing this recipe!

  10. Omg so much deliciousness! I saw coconut yogurt post on the kitchn and since then I have been craving to make one!

  11. That coconut yogurt looks so deliciously creamy! Yum! Your jar of oatmeal looks like my type of perfect breakfast. 🙂

    Lovely pictures as always!

  12. Very tasty looking..but if you live in my country you can make yogurt only by putting
    a spoon local yogurt in a bowl of local milk and leave it rest in room temperature : -)

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