Low Carb Coconut Yoghurt has really boomed of late. With people either unable to consume dairy or choose not too, it’s a great substitute. It is higher in fat, but that is understandable. Super creamy, and great as an icing alternative 😉
- Coconut yoghurt is higher in fat.
Our criteria – 5g carbs or less per 100g
Updated January 2020
|Name||Carbs per 100g||Supermarket|
|Coyo Probiotic Natural||5.5g||Woolworths|
|Nakula Almond and Coconut Yoghurt||3.8g||Woolworths|
|Coles Organic Coconut Yoghurt||5.1g||Coles|
|Nudie Coconut Yoghurt||5.8g||Coles|
The Lowest Carb Coconut Yoghurt is…
Yoconut Natural Coconut yoghurt
Coconut Milk 97%, Tapioca Starch, Live Vegan Cultures, Contains 83% Coconut Cream.
Carbs per 100g: 3.4g
Coconut & Almond Milk Yoghurt 100% (Water, coconut, almonds, tapioca, live vegan cultures)
Carbs per 100g: 3.8g
Coles Organic Coconut Yoghurt
Coconut Milk, 95% (organic coconut cream, water) tapioca starch and cultures.
Carbs per 100g: 5.1g
Coyo Probiotic Natural
Organic Coconut Milk 97%, Tapioca starch, live vegan cultures
Carbs per 100g: 5.5g
Coconut cream, coconut water, cornstarch, cultures
Carbs per 100g: 5.8g
- This is a popular brand (our audience love it)
- Nice and creamy.
Dollop some coconut yoghurt on your next stack of Protein Pancakes!
Protein Pancake MixAUD$ 14.00
You can enjoy fluffy pancakes every day with our low carb Protein Pancakes that have no added sugar and only 2.5g of carbs per serve....
Or…try this great Passionfruit & Coconut Muffin Recipe!
Passionfruit & Coconut Protein Muffins
These tropical muffins are sweet, coconutty and delicious.10 muffins1 ...VIEW THIS RECIPE
**Please note information was accurate at the time of collecting. If changes are made to the brand (packaging or nutrition) within our updates, please refer to their website. Changes may occur regarding their availability, please check with your local supermarket for more info.
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- Jo struggled with obesity as a teenager. She decided that she needed to take control of her health, and embarked on a 3.5-year journey to lose 56kg’s and get healthy, This involved a combination of cutting out a lot of unhealthy foods, reducing carbs and exercising. Educating herself on the value of nutrient-rich foods was a key factor. Throughout this, Jo became passionate about helping as many people feel as good as they can, so they could enjoy life with those that they love. Joanne started with the business in Customer Service, and due to her passion for Low Carb as well as experience as a Weight Loss Coach – quickly progressed and was promoted to Community Manager.