Vegan Probiotic Bites

Wild Vegan Drops

Vegan Probiotic Bites

Serves 4
Diet Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Vegan, Vegetarian
Meal Dessert
Misc Child Friendly, Freezable
By author By Gabrielle the founder & creator of
For a while I had seen these “yogurt bite” things and the idea really seemed like my cup of tea, so I decided to put a new vegan twist on what is now become a classic fave by incorporating homemade coconut yogurt and vegan Graindrops probiotics. You’ll find out more about Graindrops products in the full review coming next Monday, but for now, Indulge in this easy cold treat I made incorporating their product that not only makes consuming yogurt fun, but you can preserve these in the freezer to enjoy later or even throw them in a green smoothie!


  • 1 can Coconut Cream
  • 1 cup Blue Berries (Whole)
  • 2 cups Wild BlueBerry Graindrops Probictic
  • to taste splash agar agar
  • 1 Small agar agar


By Gabrielle the founder & creator of 


Step 1
Heat coconut milk and optional sweetener to barely a boil and remove from heat. In a glass bowl, allow the milk to cool to 115º F.
Step 2
While the coconut milk is cooling dissolve the agar agar in hot water, once fully dissolved, add the thickener to the warm coconut milk. Stir well to combine.
Step 3
Once the coconut milk reaches 115ºF add 2 oz of Graindrops as a starter (or probiotic powder), stir to combine. Pour the mixture into a very clean glass jar with a tight fitting lid.
Step 4
Cover with a towel and place in oven that is completely off with only the light on with the door shut. Allow to culture for 8-24hrs (the longer it cultures the tangier it tastes) Once ready, put in the fridge to stop the culturing process for another 6 hours.
Step 5
Once ready place Graindrops Wild Blueberry with half a container of blueberries in a food processor. Once blended, poor into the homemade yogurt until well combined.
Step 6
Place in silicone cupcake holders and top with fresh blueberries. Freeze in a container for at least 30 minutes, enjoy!