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Cheats Vanilla Yoghurt


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Ingredients

1 litre(s)

You will need:

  • 1 litre UHT milk
  • 20 grams Sugar of choice, (more or less to taste)
  • 50 grams milk powder
  • 120 grams yoghurt, natural, unsweetened
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla essence, or paste
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Recipe's preparation

    Method
  1. 1. Ensure you bowl, blade, lid and seal are thoroughly clean.

    2. Weigh in the sugar & mill 5-10sec/speed 9 to create icing sugar.

    3. Add the milk, milk powder, yoghurt culture and vanilla.

    4. Heat for 10mins/37degrees/speed 3.

    5. While the the milk is heating, fill your Thermoserver with boiled water and put the lid on to pre-warm it.

    6. When the milk has finished heating, pour the water out of your server then place it somewhere it wont be disturbed for 6hrs (minimum).

    7. Carefully pour the milk mixture into the server then place the lid on & wrap it in a towel or baby blanket.  

    8. Leave it undisturbed for a min of 10 hrs. The longer you leave it the thicker it gets. It can be left for up to 24 hrs.

    9. Once at least 10 hours has elapsed, remove the lid and you will have pot set yoghurt.  Put in fridge to chill before eating.

     

    You will never need to buy yoghurt again!! tmrc_emoticons.) tmrc_emoticons.-) Smile

     

     

    Sherrie McBain

    Independent Consultant

    0405 788 618

    Thermosherrie //www.facebook.com/Thermosherrie

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Tip

*Don't forget to reserve 120gm as the starter for your next batch (will last up to 3 weeks, can be frozen but do not thaw in microwave as the heat will destroy the live cultures).

*Serve with strawberry jam, raspberries, CADA, honey, your favourite fresh or stewed fruit or berry coulis.

*Using UHT long-life milk means you can skip the usual 1st step of heating for 90 degrees for half an hour, then cooling for an hour and the scraping of any skin that has formed on the top.

*Simply omit the sugar and vanilla to make a 'natural yoghurt'. 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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  • This seems to be hit and miss

    Submitted by rwolf24 on 8. July 2016 - 08:58.

    This seems to be hit and miss for me at the moment. I have made it plenty of times with success (no sugar added) but lately I have had as many failures as successes. It seems to curdle and go bitter. I can tell as soon as I lift the lid on the thermo server. Successes are perfectly smooth, failures have the lop littered with what looks like little splits in the surface & there is an excess of whey like liquid below the surface. Any ideas?

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  • Omg YUM!!!! This is so much

    Submitted by bel2201 on 28. December 2014 - 14:02.

    Big Smile

    Omg YUM!!!!

    This is so much better than shop purchased!

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  • Worked well thank you.  

    Submitted by runrennyrun on 27. December 2014 - 21:54.

    Worked well thank you.  

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  • This is super!! I have six

    Submitted by Carmen L on 22. December 2014 - 22:47.

    This is super!! I have six children, so go through heaps of yoghurt, was buying easiyo before, to save money etc, but this is even more economical..and the yoghurt is divine!! I did put it into the easiyo thermos to set though x

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  • Thank you! I made the natural

    Submitted by TM Cook on 2. November 2014 - 19:22.

    Thank you! I made the natural version and left it for 17 hours. Very easy and turned out perfect  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Sorry for the

    Submitted by Thermosherrie on 28. September 2014 - 16:51.

    Sorry for the confusion...it's min 10 hrs. I always do overnight!

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  • I want to try this but steps

    Submitted by TM Cook on 24. September 2014 - 21:37.

    I want to try this but steps number 6 and 8 have me confused - is it a minimum of 6 hours or 10 hours that the yoghurt mixture should be left undisturbed?

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  • Make this all the time now

    Submitted by MummaHanns on 5. September 2014 - 10:20.

    Make this all the time now for my little family! So easy and delicious tmrc_emoticons.-)

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  • Awesome!! (sorry only just

    Submitted by Thermosherrie on 30. July 2014 - 15:30.

    Awesome!! Big Smile Love

    (sorry only just noticed I had comments!!) xx

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  • Oops I figured out how to

    Submitted by Rakyswife on 14. July 2014 - 01:46.

    Oops I figured out how to change my rating after I commented tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • :) :) I meant to 5 star

    Submitted by Rakyswife on 14. July 2014 - 01:45.

    tmrc_emoticons.) tmrc_emoticons.) tmrc_emoticons.) tmrc_emoticons.) tmrc_emoticons.)

    I meant to 5 star this recipe but it didn't let me and it won't let me change my rating. So I gave you 5 smiley faces. Your yoghurt recipes are easy and delicious. Tastes just like shop bought yoghurt and my kids love it!.

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