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Easy Creamy Vanilla Yoghurt



1 litre(s)

Easy Creamy Vanilla Yoghurt

  • 100 g Milk Powder, full fat
  • 1 litres UHT Milk, full fat
  • 65 g Yoghurt starter, OR 2-3 probiotic capsules
  • 4 level tbsp sugar raw
  • 1 level tbsp Vanilla Bean Paste
  • 6
    10h 5min
    Preparation 5min
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Place all ingredients into your bowl. If choosing to use probiotics instead of a yoghurt starter, empty the contents of capsule into bowl, leaving the cases out.
  2. Mix ingredients Speed 3 Slow Cooking 20 seconds
  3. Place on warm up mode, 40 degrees until it's reached that temperature.
  4. Decant into jars or containers of choice and place in varoma. Rinse bowl out and fill with water.
  5. Place lid and varoma on. Set fermentation mode on 70 degrees for 8-12 hours
  6. Place in refrigerator to set prior to consuming.

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If using the probiotic capsules, your yoghurt may take longer than 8 hours to ferment. I find it's best to leave it for at least 10.

If using the yoghurt starter method, be sure to keep enough starter aside for your next batch of yoghurt.

We make vanilla yoghurt to have with overnight oats and smoothies. You can definitely make a fruit coulis or top with fresh fruit to add some yummy flavour Smile

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