Natural yogurt with yogurt maker

homemade-yogurt We love yogurt, especially if it's homemade. At home we make them with a yogurt maker and they are delicious. I make them natural, sugar free, and then each one is in charge of personalizing it to their liking: with fruit, sugar, honey, cereals...

La yogurt maker I have 12 jars, so I am going to use two yogurts and almost two liters of milk. If your yogurt maker has less capacity, you will have to reduce the quantities, taking into account that normally one yogurt is used per liter of milk.

These yogurts can also be used to make endless recipes both sweet and salty. The pasta with yogurt it's an example. It's ours too orange and yogurt sponge cake.

Natural yogurt with yogurt maker
We show you in photos how to prepare homemade yogurt using a yogurt maker.
Kitchen: Traditional
Recipe type: Dessert
Rations: 12
Preparation time: 
Cooking time: 
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  • 2 yogurts
  • 1750g milk
  1. We are going to use two yogurts. The first time we do it, we will use natural yogurts, from the ones in the store. Then we can use two yogurts that we have made.
  2. Put the yogurt and milk in a bowl.
  3. Mix well with a few rods.
  4. We distribute the mixture in twelve glass glasses.
  5. We put our boats, without the lid, in the yogurt maker.
  6. They will be in the yogurt maker for 8 hours.
  7. Once that time has passed, we cover each jar with its lid and put them in the refrigerator.
  8. After a few hours we will have them ready to consume.
Nutritional information per serving
Calories: 140

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