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  • 1 cup of fresh blueberries
  • 1 cup of dairy-free yoghurt (coconut yoghurt, almond yoghurt, or soy yoghurt are good options)
  • Optional: 1-2 teaspoons of maple syrup or honey for extra sweetness (please note that honey should not be given to children under 12 months)

Blueberry Yoghurt

  1. Wash the blueberries thoroughly under running water.
  2. In a blender, add the fresh blueberries and blend until smooth.
  3. In a bowl, combine the blended blueberries and the dairy-free yoghurt.
  4. If desired, add maple syrup or honey to the mixture for extra sweetness. Stir until the sweetener is well incorporated.
  5. Pour the mixture into a serving bowl or store it in an airtight container in the fridge until ready to serve.

Please note that the consistency of homemade yoghurt will vary depending on the type of dairy-free yoghurt used. If the mixture is too thick, you can add a small amount of dairy-free milk to thin it out.

This creamy blueberry dairy-free yoghurt can be served as a snack, dessert, or even a breakfast option. It’s also a great way to introduce your baby to new flavours and textures. Be sure to consult with your paediatrician before introducing new foods to your baby’s diet, especially for intolerant babies.

  1. Puree: Add all of the blueberries to the TM Bowl and puree on Speed 8/20 Seconds until smooth.
  2. Combine: Add the yogurt, syrup and half of the mango puree to the TM bowl and mix on Speed 2/10 Seconds until combined.
  3. Serve in bowls and add the remaining puree on top to swirl through.
  4. Preserve the rest in an air tight container and store in the fridge (max 3-4 days) or freezer.
  1. Prep: Place the blueberries into the blender cup. Add in yoghurt and place on the lid for blending mode.
  2. Puree: Blend the mix together for 20 seconds or until smooth.

Creamy Blueberry Dairy-Free Yoghurt: A Healthy Treat for Babies


Creamy blueberry dairy-free yoghurt, or soft blueberry lactose-free yoghurt, is a healthy baby food and a yummy treat for all babies, especially those who are intolerant. Made from fresh blueberries and a dairy-free yoghurt alternative, this tasty dish is a fun way to introduce your baby to fruits and dairy-free products.


The steps to make this creamy blueberry dairy-free yoghurt are easy. Fresh blueberries are blended until smooth, and then mixed with a dairy-free yoghurt option of your choice, like coconut or almond yoghurt. For intolerant babies, using lactose-free products means they can safely enjoy this yummy treat.

Taste Profile

The taste of this creamy blueberry yoghurt is both fresh and sweet, making it a great choice for introducing babies to new tastes. Blueberries bring a slightly tart, but sweet flavour, which goes well with the creaminess of the dairy-free yoghurt. This makes the dish very tasty, even for intolerant babies.

Nutritional Benefits

This dish offers lots of good nutrition for toddlers. Blueberries are full of vitamin C, antioxidants and dietary fibre. The dairy-free yoghurt adds essential nutrients such as calcium and probiotics, which are vital for a baby’s growth, especially those who are intolerant.


Another big plus of this creamy blueberry dairy-free yoghurt is its versatility. It can be served on its own as a yummy snack, used as a topping for other dishes, or mixed with other purees to make exciting new taste combos. This versatility makes it a key part of your baby’s diet, even for those who are intolerant.


In conclusion, the creamy blueberry dairy-free yoghurt is a nutritious, versatile, and tasty treat suitable for all babies. It’s quick and easy to make, making it an excellent choice for busy parents. Remember to check with your doctor before introducing new foods to your baby’s diet, especially for intolerant babies.

More Ideas

If you’re interested in exploring more nutritious baby food ideas, check out our Apple Puree, Butternut Pumpkin Puree and Creamy Mango Dairy Free Yoghurt recipes. Read our blog about Embracing Dairy-Free Delights. These are also great options for intolerant babies.