Learn How to Make Homemade Yogurt
Hi Sweet Friends,
When there are so many choices of yogurt at the grocery store, many of which are reasonably priced, why would you ever want to make homemade yogurt?
The fresher the better
Well, it is still more thrifty than anything you can buy from the store—but more importantly—fresh homemade yogurt will be teaming with many more probiotics than those sitting on the shelves at the grocery store! And my recipe couldn’t be easier. All you need is a bowl. No machine required!
Use whole milk for the creamiest yogurt
You can make homemade yogurt as rich and creamy as you like, especially if you use whole milk. And you can also control the level of tartness that you like. Less tart—culture it for a shorter time. More tart—culture it for a longer time. It’s all quite easy. And the nice thing about homemade yogurt is that it’s very forgiving. So don’t worry. It’s hard to mess up. You can do this! 🙂
In my YouTube video above, I walk you step-by-step through the process of how to make homemade yogurt. So give it a try today. You can do this!
Ready for more cultured dairy?
And if you would like to try your hand at another type of cultured dairy, be sure to check out my video on How to Make Milk Kefir – The Champagne of Milk!
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|Pyrex Smart Essentials Mixing Bowl Set Including Locking Lids (Clear), 8 piece
I love these bowls. They nest into each other and also have lids, which makes them multipurpose. You can use them for making yogurt or mixing cake batter, but they are also great for making salads and other recipes that need to be covered and refrigerated. I use these bowls everyday and find them indispensable in my kitchen.
|Pyrex 4-Piece Glass Measuring Cup Set with Large 8 Cup Measuring Cup
These are a staple in my kitchen. With 4 sizes, I always have the right measuring cup for the job, and you can never go wrong with Pyrex. The quality is top par.
|All-Clad 59917 Stainless Steel Measuring Cups Cookware Set
These are another staple in my kitchen that I use practically every day. They are heavy weight and well made.
|Mini Kitchen Silicone Spatulas – Set of 6
These little gems come in so handy for helping to get into tiny nooks and crannies to get out every little bit of goodness from jars and small measuring cups.
|Classic Line Candy/Deep Fry Thermometer
This is an affordable classic thermometer for making yogurt that can also be used for making candy and deep frying. I’ve had mine for years and it has held up beautifully.
|Ball 252 Wide Mouth Quart Jar – Set Of 12
These are a workhorse in the kitchen. From canning to fermenting to making yogurt, they do the job. They even make great drinking glasses for a large lemonade!
|Ball Wide-Mouth Jar Plastic Storage Caps, 8-Count
Perfect for using on wide mouth canning jars.
|Ball Jelly Elite Collection Jam Jar – Set of 4
Perfect for culturing yogurt in individual serving sizes.
|Ball Regular Mouth Jar Plastic Storage Caps, 8-Count
Perfect for using on regular mouth jelly canning jars.
|Le Creuset Enamel-on-Steel 16-Quart Covered Stockpot
A multi-use pot for everything from boiling pasta to making bone broth. As I show in my homemade yogurt video, you can also use he pot to culture yogurt in wide-mouth canning jars.
|Le Creuset Enamel-on-Steel 10-Quart Covered Stockpot
As with the 16-Quart stockpot, shown above, this 10-Quart stockpot is also a multi-use pot for everything from boiling past to making bone broth. You can also use it to culture yogurt in the smaller regular mouth jelly canning jars, as demonstrated in my homemade yogurt video.
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