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Busy Mums Creamy Vanilla Yoghurt


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Ingredients

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Busy Mums Creamy Vanilla Yoghurt

  • 1500 grams Milk
  • 100 grams milk powder
  • 80 grams sugar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract/essence/paste
  • 6 tablespoons Starter Yoghurt
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Recipe's preparation

    Busy Mums Creamy Vanilla Yoghurt
  1. 1. Place milk, milk powder, sugar and vanilla into TM Bowl. Mix 10sec/Sp6


     


    2. Cook 33min/90deg/Sp3


     


    3. Place milk mixture in bowl with lid on in fridge overnight


     


    4. In the morning, take your milk mixture out of the fridge and Cook 3-4min/37deg/Sp3. (The 37deg light must stop flashing to ensure it has reached 37deg before next step, cook for a little longer if needed)


     


    5. Add 6 tablespoons of starter yoghurt (This is natural pot set yoghurt, or reserve 6 tablespoons of your finished product to use as starter yoghurt for your next batch)


     


    6. Mix 4sec/Sp4


     


    7. Cook 10min/37deg/Sp3 While this is cooking, boil your kettle and put boiling water in Thermoserver to preheat. Empty water and quickly dry Thermoserver)


     


    8. Pour mixture into Thermoserver,put lid on Thermoserver, wrap in a thick towel and leave to sit undisturbed for 9.5 hours.  (at least 8hours, I like to leave mine for 9.5hours) I leave mine in my oven away from little fingers and sticky beaks Wink


     


    9. Once set place in refrigerator to chill before eating.


     


     


     

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Tip

Make sure you start with a very clean TM bowl. You can add or reduce sugar to suit your taste. You could remove sugar and vanilla to make Natural Yoghurt. Do not be tempted to peak into the Thermoserver while the yoghurt is setting, do not touch it at all. This is a great recipe to cook after dinner, put in the fridge overnight and take out in the morning to do the final cooking steps before leaving to sit for 9.5hours. No waiting around for the temps to drop etc. I take out 6 tablespoons of yoghurt once it has set, and put that in a separate container in my fridge so it doesn't accidentally get gobbled up!


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  • Wonderful i followed the easy instructions and it...

    Submitted by sue robson on 12. July 2017 - 11:46.

    Wonderful i followed the easy instructions and it worked perfectly. Thank you. I have now passed on to lots of my friends tmrc_emoticons.) tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • I'm brand new to thermomix so sorry if this is a...

    Submitted by DebbieW on 9. December 2016 - 08:43.

    I'm brand new to thermomix so sorry if this is a silly question. If I half the ingredients, do I also half the starter and lastly, will the timings and settings remain the same. Thanks for your help I look forward to trying this.

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  • I've tried 3 other yogurt

    Submitted by tessvp on 14. July 2016 - 08:44.

    I've tried 3 other yogurt recipes and I've found that this is by far the best and most reliable. So thick and creamy, not overly sweet. Just gorgeous..... Does it work just as reliably if when the amounts are halved? Just wondering if it affects the cultering in the thermoserver at all. 

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  • This is yum! I was a bit

    Submitted by wendyroo on 22. February 2016 - 10:31.

    This is yum! I was a bit worried at first wondering whether I had made it right, no need to worry it was lovely and creamy. I am trying to convert my husband from commercial yoghurt to homemade, he thinks its not sweet enough. I have noticed the longer the yoghurt is kept the more tart it becomes not sure why.I would like to freeze some yoghurt in small containers but would like to know what it is like when thawed out. I might have to make half recipe next time because it wont get eaten in a week. Also I have noticed very tiny lumps in the yoghurt almost like a grainy look if that makes sense, but it doesn't feel grainy on the tongue. Thank you for sharing this recipe I will be making it regular and maybe a bit sweeter so my husband will eat it and will use vanilla bean seeds next time.

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  • Thanks for your feedback.

    Submitted by van der Ploeg on 1. February 2016 - 13:09.

    Thanks for your feedback. I'll give it another go and let you know how batch two goes! tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Sorry forgot to answer about

    Submitted by Shireena on 1. February 2016 - 00:31.

    Sorry forgot to answer about the jug into the fridge. ..  I pop it straight into the fridge, I don't let it cool down first.  

    Busy Mumma of 5 tackling it one day at a time Smile

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  • Hi there!  I've never added

    Submitted by Shireena on 1. February 2016 - 00:22.

    Hi there!  I've never added fruit until actually serving the yoghurt.  You would need plain yoghurt without the fruit for the starter I would imagine.  I've never encountered a scrambled egg consistency,  I'm wondering if that's just from stirring the whey in?  Mine is thick and creamy the whole way through.  Sorry I'm not much help to you tmrc_emoticons.( 

    Busy Mumma of 5 tackling it one day at a time Smile

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  • Hi, I've just made your

    Submitted by van der Ploeg on 30. January 2016 - 13:45.

    Hi, I've just made your yoghurt for the very first time. I have a few questions for you..... Do you put the thermomix jug straight into the fridge (step 3) after heating the milk or do you let the milk cool first? My yoghurt looked nice and thick when I first unwrapped it from the towel. I added some frozen berries through it before chilling in the fridge. Underneath the thick top the yoghurt was runny and looked like it had a scrambled egg like texture to it. Is this normal? Have I done something wrong or will it get thicker like your photo the more yoghurt I make from the starter? Also can you use yoghurt with fruit added as a starter or does it have to be plain? My yoghurt tastes nice, I just don't like the appearance so much. Any ideas? tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Hi there,  sorry the original

    Submitted by Shireena on 27. January 2016 - 15:02.

    Hi there,  sorry the original recipe was based on using the TM31. You just need to make sure the temperature is at 37 degrees tmrc_emoticons.) once it reaches 37 degrees you are good to go, it won't over cook it as long as it doesn't go above that temperature tmrc_emoticons.)

    Busy Mumma of 5 tackling it one day at a time Smile

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  • Hi. I have made this a few

    Submitted by jodestariordan on 27. January 2016 - 07:59.

    Hi. I have made this a few times snd has worked out everytime but can you please explain me what it means when the 37d stops flashing. The only thing that flashes on tm5 are the green lights that never stop flashing. And there is the 'C sign below the number that flashes. Ive just noticed now because i am making it that the 'C sign has stopped flashing and the temp bar has a small blue line because its been cooking for 10min. 

     

    Last time i did make this i think i over cooked the initial part because i was waiting for something to stop flashing to make sure it reached 37 but nothing did. 

     

    Thanks.

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  • Absolutely LOVE this recipe! 

    Submitted by MummaMayhem on 10. November 2015 - 14:12.

    Absolutely LOVE this recipe!  I make this once a week as it gets gobbled up in that time no problems.  Thanks for adding it, you've made this busy mumma very happy!

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  • Thank you Jo Storen and

    Submitted by wendyroo on 18. August 2015 - 10:19.

    Thank you Jo Storen and Shireena for your feed back, I will certainly give this a try very soon and let you know how it turns out. From what I have read from reviews, it should be successful. Can't wait to make it, our household love eating yoghurt and has become very expensive to buy. LOVE MY THERMO.

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  • If you try this, I'd love to

    Submitted by Shireena on 17. August 2015 - 19:29.

    If you try this, I'd love to know how it turns out.. sounds yum!!

    Walezie

    Just a thought but you could probably add coconut milk powder for a more tropical flavour - yum!

     

    Busy Mumma of 5 tackling it one day at a time Smile

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  • Hi Wendyroo, You can just use

    Submitted by Shireena on 17. August 2015 - 19:27.

    Hi Wendyroo,

    You can just use any pot set yoghurt from the supermarket as your first starter. You can buy little tubs of pot set yoghurt. Jalna is my preference, but whatever you like.  Once you have made your batch of yoghurt and it has set, scoop out your 6 tablespoons to use as your starter yoghurt for your next batch. You can keep this in the fridge or freezer (depending on how long it is between making batches). Good luck tmrc_emoticons.)

    Busy Mumma of 5 tackling it one day at a time Smile

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  • Hi Wendyroo, I just bought a

    Submitted by Jo Storen on 17. August 2015 - 11:55.

    Hi Wendyroo, I just bought a good pot set yoghurt  with the live cultures in it from the supermarket. Hope this helps

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  • Sorry to be a nuisance, I

    Submitted by wendyroo on 17. August 2015 - 10:30.

    Sorry to be a nuisance, I really want to make this yoghurt after reading the reviews on how good it is, but where do you purchase starter yoghurt. I dont like the easiyo sachets.

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  • Just a thought but you could

    Submitted by Walezie on 7. June 2015 - 09:44.

    Just a thought but you could probably add coconut milk powder for a more tropical flavour - yum!

     

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  • Hi Dee, I leave it in the

    Submitted by Shireena on 7. June 2015 - 03:03.

    Hi Dee, I leave it in the thermomix bowl and put that in the fridge with the lid on tmrc_emoticons.) 

    Busy Mumma of 5 tackling it one day at a time Smile

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  • Just wondering do you leave

    Submitted by DeanneNorth on 6. June 2015 - 23:01.

    Just wondering do you leave the mixture in the TM bowl overnight or transfer to another bowl with lid? Thank you!

    Dee

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  • What a lovely time saving,

    Submitted by Boulangerie on 5. May 2015 - 06:29.

    What a lovely time saving, money saving recipe!  I hadn't attempted any thermomix yoghurt until I saw this recipe - I just didn't have the time to fuss with all the straining etc that I thought every yoghurt recipe involved.... not this one!  The perfect busy mum's recipe!  So simple, so yum!  

    I never use milk powder.  I always use light blue top milk.  And I always stir in the small amount of whey that sits on the top - no waste with a thermie!  It turns out perfect every single time.

     

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  • I've been looking for an

    Submitted by sars1304 on 20. March 2015 - 11:25.

    I've been looking for an easy, simple yoghurt recipe since getting my thermo and this one didn't disappoint! I omitted the milk powder because I don't like the taste it gives but I still ended up with a thick creamy yoghurt. Plus I have the tm5 thermo and will now use this recipe over the automatic one!

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  • mummatarph wrote: i made this

    Submitted by chazzagee on 12. February 2015 - 23:01.

    mummatarph

    i made this but changed from 1500ml of milk to 1000ml and 500ml cream.

    this was the tickest creamiest yoghurt ever and delicious. 2 ltrs gone in one week!

    also if you use UHT milk from the cupbord you can avoid the first 3 steps as it is already heat treated. 

    also if you reduce your sugar and vanilla you could use it as a savory yoghurt as well... serious.. add a small amount of cumin and corriander to your yoghurt. grated carrot and cucumber and use it as a dip! just remember to squeeze out the excess water from the vegies first.

    If you use UHT milk and cream do you need to heat treat the cream first?

     

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  • Full cream milk I think it

    Submitted by Shireena on 8. February 2015 - 19:42.

    Full cream milk tmrc_emoticons.) I think it tastes better than UHT, but that's a personal preference tmrc_emoticons.;)

    Busy Mumma of 5 tackling it one day at a time Smile

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  • so going to try this, is it

    Submitted by Clark757 on 7. February 2015 - 09:07.

    so going to try this, is it UHT mink or normal full cream milk? tmrc_emoticons.-)

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  • I added ALL the ingredients

    Submitted by Gordy00 on 7. February 2015 - 08:37.

    I added ALL the ingredients failing to notice not to add starter yogurt then cooked for 33 mins and cooled it in the thermoserver before adding it to the fridge and it worked fine. Next time I must pay attention to the steps!

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  • Hey I've made 2 more batches

    Submitted by ebaquilter on 14. January 2015 - 15:08.

    Hey I've made 2 more batches & both perfect, so don't know what I did different when it "split". 

    All good now.  Love it.

    Life is too short to drink cheap plonk

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  • Hey, i have made your yoghurt

    Submitted by ebaquilter on 17. December 2014 - 07:56.

    Hey, i have made your yoghurt recipe several times & all have been perfect. Yesterday's batch when I unwrapped it from sitting 9 hours the surface was all split & little bubbles appeared. When I poured it out, there was lots of whey & it was all lumpy. What hapenned for it to split? Any clues? 

    Life is too short to drink cheap plonk

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  • I have to agree with everyone

    Submitted by ebaquilter on 24. November 2014 - 18:20.

    I have to agree with everyone else.  This is just so easy & nice & thick too.  Thanks for sharing. 

    Life is too short to drink cheap plonk

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  • This is the best yogurt

    Submitted by Kylie.iemma on 31. October 2014 - 01:25.

    This is the best yogurt recipe..

    I used full cream milk, no milk powder ( cos I didn't have) a small sprinkle of kiefer powder as the starter and fresh vanilla pod! 

    we ate half of it in one day! 

    tmrc_emoticons.) 

    Kylie Iemma

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  • So easy and yummy .. Thanks

    Submitted by Michelle Nicholls on 24. October 2014 - 22:25.

    So easy and yummy .. Thanks

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  • Wow! That is the best yoghurt

    Submitted by JadeMichelle on 11. October 2014 - 12:10.

    Wow! That is the best yoghurt I have ever made! I replaced about 250g of the milk with cream that needed using up and added a couple of extra tablespoons of a previous batch of homemade yoghurt. The result was so thick and creamy. The kids say its 'healthy icecream'!

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  • Thank you everyone for the

    Submitted by Shireena on 27. August 2014 - 10:11.

    Thank you everyone for the feed back! I'm so happy to read that you're all enjoying this recipe as much as my family does. 

    Busy Mumma of 5 tackling it one day at a time Smile

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  • This is a great recipe. I've

    Submitted by Mother Mix on 27. August 2014 - 07:32.

    This is a great recipe. I've made it several times now and the kids eat it each time. For the first time in 13 years I also seen my husband eat yogurt! I mix with various coulis just before I put it in the fridge to set the last time. 

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  • Such an easy recipe! Lovely

    Submitted by cass-r on 21. August 2014 - 18:08.

    Such an easy recipe! Lovely and thick and very tasty...thanks!!!!!

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  • Hi Shireena,I took a pic of

    Submitted by jmatacz on 14. August 2014 - 12:36.

    Hi Shireena,I took a pic of it and asked a FB page as it was considerably bubbling over - advice was to turn the speed up slightly (like with rice bubbling over) or down. I just took the MC off and put it on it's side for a while to let some steam out. I used all the right amounts as per the recipe so thought it was odd. After setting for 9.5hrs in a cold oven and wrapped in a thick blanket, the texture was beautiful and it tastes great. I have some in my 1.5L pyrex and also filled 3 pouches for my 19mo to enjoy. Thanks for sharing. I will make this again!

    I used my homemade changing habits vanilla bean paste and it tastes great and looks lovely (vanilla flecks throughout).

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  • I've never had any issues

    Submitted by Shireena on 13. August 2014 - 12:56.

    I've never had any issues with the milk bubbling over. Did you have the correct amounts? Correct temps etc? Sorry I can't offer advice because it's never happened to me before. 

    Busy Mumma of 5 tackling it one day at a time Smile

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  • I'm cooking my milk now and

    Submitted by jmatacz on 13. August 2014 - 11:30.

    I'm cooking my milk now and it is frothing on the lid, anyone else has this???

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    Submitted by Ros Teirney on 22. June 2014 - 00:51.

    R-E-S-P-E-C-T!!!

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  • Georgie81 just a reply to

    Submitted by Jo Storen on 15. June 2014 - 12:02.

    Georgie81 just a reply to your post from May

    I make this yoghurt with 1litre of no fat milk and 500mls of 99% fat free milk. I omit the vanilla and sweetener  and make it plain, I also leave it for 12hours before putting it into the fridge containers. I have made six batches and each one has turned out  nice and thick.

    This morning I have made a new batch adding an extra 10grams of skim milk powder and a full 200grams of  pot set yoghurt  will let you know if this makes it creamier. Either way it is a thick tasty yoghurt

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  • So easy to make, very thick

    Submitted by SueSem on 15. June 2014 - 09:56.

    So easy to make, very thick and creamy, tastes incredible.  Thanks for sharing.  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Thanks

    Submitted by Lschuil on 31. May 2014 - 13:32.

    Thanks tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Lschuil wrote: Can you put

    Submitted by Shireena on 30. May 2014 - 22:56.

    Lschuil

    Can you put the yoghurt starter in the freezer for next time you make it?

    I haven't tried freezing the starter, but I've read on many other recipes that you can, as long as you defrost in the fridge before using it. 

     

     

    Busy Mumma of 5 tackling it one day at a time Smile

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  • Can you put the yoghurt

    Submitted by Lschuil on 30. May 2014 - 07:18.

    Can you put the yoghurt starter in the freezer for next time you make it?

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  • i made this but changed from

    Submitted by mummatarph on 24. May 2014 - 16:18.

    i made this but changed from 1500ml of milk to 1000ml and 500ml cream.

    this was the tickest creamiest yoghurt ever and delicious. 2 ltrs gone in one week!

    also if you use UHT milk from the cupbord you can avoid the first 3 steps as it is already heat treated. 

    also if you reduce your sugar and vanilla you could use it as a savory yoghurt as well... serious.. add a small amount of cumin and corriander to your yoghurt. grated carrot and cucumber and use it as a dip! just remember to squeeze out the excess water from the vegies first.

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  • Any of you members who have

    Submitted by Georgie81 on 18. May 2014 - 21:33.

    Any of you members who have made this done so with skim milk?

    Full cream milk makes me ill (due to removal of gall bladder!!!!)

     

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  • Best yoghurt recipe ever... I

    Submitted by becx_world on 14. May 2014 - 15:01.

    Best yoghurt recipe ever... I make this twice a week for my teenage son who lives on yoghurt lol & I've never had a fail. It comes out lovely & thick no runny like every other recipe I've tried

    Thank you!

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  • This is the best recipe thank

    Submitted by Kellieplenty on 10. May 2014 - 12:23.

    This is the best recipe thank you so much! It has saved me so much money. 

    I have a friend who has a child with a dairy allergy, and wants to try and make soy yoghurt in my Thermomix. Has anyone tried this using soy milk and soy starter? Or have a good recipe they could recommend? 

    TIA

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  • Very yummy. Once ready i

    Submitted by dobbo_28 on 8. May 2014 - 11:05.

    Very yummy. Once ready i stirred through strawberried that i wizzed up in thermie tmrc_emoticons.-)

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  • Yum!   This is the best

    Submitted by Kyles74 on 1. May 2014 - 08:40.

    Yum!   This is the best thermomix yogurt I've made.  I usually make natural/Greek yogurt so I just left out the sugar and vanilla.  Worked out great. 

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  • Best yoghurt I've ever made

    Submitted by eroberson on 15. April 2014 - 23:18.

    Best yoghurt I've ever made (and I've made lots - Easiyo sachet yoghurts, from scratch with powdered milk yoghurts, other Thermie yoghurt recipes, etc etc)! Already eaten heaps of this batch and it's not even properly cold yet! I used rapadura sugar and halved the recipe as we don't normally go through 1.5 kg yoghurt in a week - worked very well, so I'm definitely pleased with this one! Think I just added an extra bit of powdered milk and starter yoghurt as I love mine extra thick tmrc_emoticons.). Thanks for the awesome recipe!!

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