I love being vegan and think it’s a fabulous lifestyle change however my struggle to find vegan dessert options is still a challenge.  I came across Coyo on social media and was drawn to its appealing adjectives, creamy, delicious and heaven were just some of the amazing words used to describe Coyo, then it went on to say, no added sugar, gluten free and dairy free, CHA CHING!

The Coyo team were superb when it came to customer service and got my delivery to me straight away.
Being a Natrual yoghurt product the consistency was so luxurious, thick and creamy and this was surely one product that lived up to its expectations. This is the perfect treat not just for vegans but for anybody and a great incentive for anyone wanting to take the healthy lifestyle route, Coyo proves healthy isn’t bland and boring.


There are several different flavours to tingle your taste buds in the Coyo range. Not only is this a dessert option but can be used as a fabulous cooking ingredient. This product is easy to get your hands on and can be found in Selfridges, Waitrose, Ocado, Tesco, yes Tesco!, Wholefoods and all other leading health stores.

The award winning range from CO YO was launched in the UK by nutritionist Bethany Eaton in 2011 and has forever altered the perception of dairy free yoghurt.

Bethany was the first person to bring the joys of coconut yoghurt to a UK audience. She says: “When I was working with clients I really struggled to find a good alternative to dairy based yoghurts that wasn’t made from soya. Not only does CO YO tick the dairy free and delicious box, it’s a nutritional powerhouse in its own right.”


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Since launch, CO YO’s strong nutritional credentials have made it a hit with health and fitness enthusiasts alike, including the Hemsley sisters and Deliciously Ella to name but a few, it’s sure to become a foodie’s favourite too with Nigella becoming a fan, featuring a recipe in her latest book.

CO YO is available nationwide.


Organic coconut milk (98%), xylitol, starch (tapioca, pectin), live vegan cultures including Lactobacillus casei, L.rahamnosus, L.acidophilus, L.bulgaricus, Bif.bifidum, Bif.lactis, S.Thermophilus.

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