Lakeland Electric 1L Yogurt Maker
Home-made yogurt is twice as nice and half the price of shop bought, and surprisingly simple to make. Create up to 1 litre of delicious, healthy yogurt in just 8 hours with our economical, electric yogurt maker that costs just pennies to run.
What is Yogurt?
Yogurt can be made from any type of milk and is a live milk product that reproduces itself in warm conditions. All you need to get started is a couple of spoons of natural, live yogurt and the correct temperature for production.
How to Use the Yogurt Maker
Firstly choose your milk – slimmers can save calories with skimmed, and with whole milk, results will be deliciously thick and creamy every time. If dairy is a no go then you can even use soya milk.
Once you have chosen your milk and prepared it, simply add 2 teaspoons of live, unflavoured, natural yogurt to the machine and gradually stir in 900ml of milk. Turn the yogurt maker on and leave it undisturbed for 8 hours. The temperature is maintained at 40-47°C for optimum production.
After 8 hours turn the machine off, lift out the inner bowl and allow to cool. You will have a litre of perfect, healthy yogurt with no additives or preservatives that will keep in the fridge for up to 5 days.
If you make yogurt on a regular basis save a couple of spoonful’s each time you make it and use it to start your next batch.
Enjoy straight from the fridge or as a healthy snack with fruit or to top muesli. You can add flavourings such as milkshake powder, pureed fruit or vanilla extract. If you want to add flavourings do this once your yogurt is made as flavourings can inhibit the incubation process.
Your yogurt can even be transformed into herby dips or a base for salad dressing by adding chopped herbs or garlic or ground spices.
A full instruction leaflet is included and features hints, tips and serving suggestions.
16cm Dia x 23cm H. (6 ¼" x 9") 9W.
Capacity 1 litre
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