Making homemade yogurt using fresh ingredients is much simpler with this machine that maintains the constant temperature needed for yogurt to culture.
With your containers of prepared yogurt mixture stacked inside, you need only press a single button to begin the culturing process. The machine shuts off automatically after 10 hours.
You can use your own glass, ceramic or heat-resistant plastic containers, but we offer a convenient set of four 160ml (6 oz) glass jars for creating individual servings (up to eight jars stack inside).
Heat resistant and dishwasher safe, they have BPA-free screw-top lids that won’t leak. In use, the silicone maker stands about 9" high by 10" by 11" and collapses to 3" high for convenient storage. Comes with detailed instructions and recipes to get you started. An easy way to make fresh homemade yogurt anytime.
Please Note: Basic yogurt recipes call for milk (or non-dairy alternatives such as almond, soy or coconut milk) and yogurt starter culture (commercially prepared yogurt containing live bacterial culture, freeze-dried yogurt culture, or some of your own fresh yogurt from a previous batch). The heating and then cooling of the milk to temperatures specified in the recipe, followed by the addition of the starter, yields a mixture that can be divided into containers and placed in the machine for culturing. After the auto shut-off, yogurt should be promptly removed from the maker and go straight into the fridge for several hours of chilling before being served.