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9Did you know that you can use Inner Eco Original Probiotic Coconut Water to actually make your own Coconut Kefir Yogurt? We didn’t either! Here is a great recipe brought to you from Inner Eco itself, showing us a great use for this amazing produce. It’s time for a Recipe: Coconut Kefir using Inner Eco.

According to their website, Inner Eco Probiotic Coconut Water contains the beneficial cultures. Some include: Lactococcus lactis subsp., Leuconostoc subsp., Streptococcus thermophiles, Lactobacillus subsp. These cultures aid in digestion and compete with the bad yeast commonly found in our systems. They also have the ability to colonize in the intestinal track with regular consumption..

A kefir culture provides stronger digestive and immune support because it gives your body probiotics through food rather than capsules or pills. Additionally, our kefir culture is without any of the added sugars and dairy that are common in commercial yogurts or other probiotic drinks.


Recipe: Coconut Kefir using Inner Eco

(Time: 30 Minutes| Difficulty: Easy | Yields: 1 Yogurt)



  • 8 oz fresh or frozen coconut puree or full fat canned coconut milk

  • 2 tbsp Inner Eco Original Probiotic Coconut Water

  • 1/4 cup – 1/2 cup fresh coconut water

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1. Add coconut to a blender. If using frozen, let it thaw a few minutes.

2. Add fresh coconut water and blend until it’s a smooth, thick yogurt consistency.

 3. Using a wooden spoon or plastic spatula, gently stir in 2 tbsp of Inner Eco Original Probiotic Coconut Water. Pour the creamy coconut into a mason jar. Fill 3/4 full and over with a plastic lid.

4. Place your mason jar inside your oven on a cookie sheet.

5. Only turn on your oven light—do not turn the oven on. The light allows for a stable temperature of about 90 degrees/ Keep jar in the over for approximately 20 hours.

6. When it’s ready, the lid will pop with pressure upon opening, and you will see some air pockets on the side of the jar. The kefir should be sour tasting.

8. Keep refrigerated and consume within 2 to 3 days.