Coconut Yogurt Recipe : Pineapple Mulberry Chia Pudding…Plus Jackfruit Fig Granola!

Fermented foods are a really important part of my high raw diet. Apart from reducing sugar cravings, and being RIDICULICIOUSLY TASTY!!!!, they have a ton of incredible health benefits. Most of my fermented food action comes from coconut probiotic dishes, mainly kefir drinks and yogurt. I’m getting more into kombucha and sauerkraut these days too, and am working on learning how to make them well enough where sharing my experiences with it is valuable. One day soon! In the mean time, I’ll share with you something that I do have a lot of experience with, and feel that has value to you. I’ve made quite a few coconut yogurt recipes, and this is one of my favorites. It’s also easily the prettiest 🙂 


This is my kinda Coconut Yogurt Recipe

There are few types of food that are fundamental in my diet; for health, enjoyment, and, of course, overall lifestyle freeshness. They are :

Or second last rather, because there’s also…

Chia Seeds!

They are my primary source of omega 3s. So when I made this coconut yogurt recipe and it turned out quite thin due to the watery pineapple and mulberries (its more like a coconut yogurt drink than a coconut yogurt), I got to thinking…Maybe I can make a chia pudding out of this! And I could! Yay

And I had some delicious jackfruit fig granola on hand. So I combined it all together into this epic combination of health and ridiculiciousness. That list of foods above is sort of like a daily checklist for me. If I can get small amounts of all of those in my belly in a day (when I have lots of different dishes freeshed up I will make a super combo platter for meals) I am a very happy boy. So being able to get my chia seeds and my fermented foods in together with this coconut yogurt recipe is downright phenomenal. This is a perfect dish to add into your diet to cover the two ultra important bases that are omega 3s and fermented foods.

Enjoy and Let the Freesh Seep in Real Deep!

Coconut Yogurt Recipe : Pineapple Mulberry Chia Pudding… Plus Jackfruit Fig Granola!

Rating: 51

Prep Time: 25 minutes

Coconut Yogurt Recipe : Pineapple Mulberry Chia Pudding… Plus Jackfruit Fig Granola!


    Pineapple Mulberry Coconut Yogurt
  • 2 ½ cups of Young Coconut Meat
  • 2/3 cup Chopped Pineapple
  • 1/3 cup Fresh Mulberries*
  • 1/3 cup Coconut Kefir

  • *If you can't get fresh mulberries you could either soak some dried ones or use another fresh berry. I would go with blueberries.

  • Chia Pudding
  • 1 1/8 cup Pineapple Mulberry Yogurt
  • 2 tbsp Chia Seeds
  • Jackfruit Fig Granola
  • 1 cup Almonds (soaked & dehydrated)
  • ½ cup Walnuts (soaked & dehydrated)
  • ½ cup Brazil Nuts (soaked & dehydrated)
  • 2/3 cup Dried Figs
  • 1/3 cup Chopped Old Coconut
  • 1 cup Chopped Jackfruit
  • ½ tsp salt


    Coconut Yogurt
  1. Blend all yogurt ingredients except kefir until smooth.
  2. Add kefir and blend for a few seconds just until incorporated.
  3. Ferment for 12-16 hours (this may be longer if your climate isn't as humid as Bali). To do this pour into a bowl (not metal) and cover with a cheesecloth. Then Leave somewhere dark and warm.
  4. Chia Pudding
  5. Soak chia seeds in coconut yogurt overnight.
  6. Jackfruit Fig Granola
  7. Blitz nuts in food processor.
  8. Add remaining ingredients and blitz until you can form clusters with your hands.
  9. Form half into clusters, leave half as crumble.
  10. Put on teflex sheet and dehydrate for for 8-12 hours at 105 Fahrenheit.

Makes 2 big breakfast bowls worth of coconut yogurt chia pudding, that I like to garnish with fresh and dried fruits and the granola 🙂

And makes 3-4 cereal bowls worth of granola.

  1. This sounds so delicious! I would love some for breakfast right now with all of those tropical fruits, yum! Maybe sometime I will have access to them. For today I am making some blueberry elderberry yogurt :)! Maybe I will make it into something. Thanks for sharing inspiration!

    • you’re most welcome Amy 🙂

      Your yogurt sound tasty – never had elderberries, what are they like?

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