Probiotic Berry Soda Float

Dessert . Kids

Reminiscent of a childhood classic, this fun berry soda float uses COYO Dairy Free
Frozen Yoghurt, packed with billions of BB-12® probiotics to promote more regular
bowel movements and reduce the occurrence of constipation for those times you’re
feeling some discomfort, making it the perfect dinner party chaser!

Keep Well Recipes from the Sunny Coast, Australia.


1 punnet organic blueberries
1/4 cup maple syrup
6.5 cups filtered water
500g COYO Natural Coconut Yoghurt (strain for 1/2 cup liquid)
COYO Strawberry Frozen Yoghurt
Collagen (We use The Beauty Chef)
Pitaya powder to dust


Take a medium bowl and place a sieve over the top. Spread a cheesecloth over the sieve and pour in 500g of COYO coconut yoghurt. Gently bring together the corners of the cheesecloth and twist together to make a tight bundle around the yoghurt, then squeeze out the liquid into the bowl below. You can rest this in the fridge while you make the berry mixture to further separate.

In a small saucepan, cook the blueberries and maple syrup until cooked down and soft, about 20 – 30 minutes. Smash the blueberries down with a spoon while it cooks. Remove from the heat and let cool slightly. Strain that mixture into a 2 litre mason jar.

Next, add filtered water and the now separated liquid into the mason jar, stir to combine.

Secure with a lid and let sit on the counter for 2-3 days to ferment. Burp the jar each day by removing the lid to avoid explosions. You should see some bubbles at this point.

Transfer to flip top bottles and let sit on the counter for a couple more days to ferment some more. This is where you get the best carbonation. Burp the bottle each day to release gas and avoid explosions.

Once they are fermented and bubble to your liking, transfer to the fridge.

To serve, scoop COYO Strawberry Frozen Yoghurt into a glass, pour over with fermented blueberry soda, dust with pitaya dust. Enjoy!