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Variation TM6 Thick and Creamy Pot Set Yoghurt



1500 g

TM6 Thick and Creamy Pot Set Yoghurt

  • 75 g full fat starter yoghurt, Must have live cultures. I used Tamar Valley natural yoghurt
  • 1000 g Full Cream Long Life milk
  • 120 g full cream milk powder
  • 1 tbsp Rapadura Sugar
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract, optional
  • 1 probiotic capsule, Powder removed from capsule


  • Glass bowl, I used 7 cup Pyrex glass bowl with lid but you can also use individual glass jars
  • glad wrap
  • 750 g water
  • 80g lemon juice
  • Trivet or round cookie cutter, To elevate glass bowl

Recipe's preparation

  1. Place all ingredients into , mix for 10 minutes / 40° / speed 3.
  2. Meanwhile, pre-warm glass bowl with some hot water. once finished mixing, dry bowl and pour in yoghurt mixture and cover with glad wrap.
  3. Rince , then pour in water and lemon juice.
  4. Put lid on and put varoma dish in place. Carefully add glass bowl of yoghurt, covered with gladwrap on to an egg ring or trivet, then put varoma lid on top.
    Using TM6 fermentation function, set to ferment for 12 hours / 50°. I wouldn't go higher than 60 degrees Celsius because the live cultures will not survive.
    I set a further 8 hours once the 12 is finished to increase live culture growth.
    You will need to ensure you have sufficient ventilation space around your bowl for the steam to get through. I used a round metal cookie cutter underneath my glass bowl.
  5. Once completed transfer yoghurt to the fridge.
    Remember to keep 75g of it for your next batch.
    Your batches will change in flavour each time due to using the non store bought starter after the first batch.

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Original yoghurt recipe from Thermomumma.
If you would like individual serves, small jars are available on the mix shop or places such as Kmart also have them.
I have found that every 3rd batch it's best to use a store bought yoghurt starter instead of using starter from your own batches.

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