EasiYo Yogurt Maker - So Easy, So Cheap, So Get One

by KathleenDuffy

I'm crazy about my EasiYo Yogurt Maker! I love yogurt but was always running out. However, this fabulous device means I have it on hand all the time. And its delicious too!

Yogurt has got to be one of the most versatile foods ever! It can be eaten solo, or with fruit, it's delicious on curries, on cereals, makes fabulous salad dressing - I could go on! EasiYo Yogurts are also very good for you, being rich in protein, a source of calcium, non-genetically modified, and wheat and gluten free.

When yogurt first arrived in the UK in the 1960s I wondered what all the fuss was about. I still remember my first spoonful and turning up my nose in disgust at such a strange, alien flavour and texture.

But soon we were all buying it, or making it ourselves with store-bought milk, a casserole dish and a warm airing cupboard. It was touch and go that it would turn out well...

Times changed, and I've tried a lot of automatic yogurt makers that don't always deliver the goodies. But now I've found a compact, fool-proof easy way to make yogurt that turns out great all the time - and it doesn't need an airing cupboard or even electricity.

How to Use The EasiYo Yogurt Maker - It' Simple!

Especially with the ready-made sachets...

The EasiYo Real Yogurt Maker makes 1 Kg of delicious yogurt.  It comes with full, detailed instructions, packets of yogurt mix and a recipe book.  To summarise, here's how it works:

  • Half fill the yogurt jar with cool drinking water. Treated tap water is perfectly ok, as is cold-boiled or bottled water. Then mix in contents of the sachet. Top up with more cool water and then replace the lid.  Give it a good shake.
  • Push the 'baffle' down inside the Yogurt Maker as far as it will go (that's the red block that comes inside the large 'thermos'-style container).  Pour boiling water into the container to the top of the internal battle only.
  • Place the yogurt jar inside the container. You'll see the boiling water rise up around the base of this jar. Put the lid on and wait for 8-12 hours or overnight, until it's set.  After that, store the delicious yogurt in the fridge.

How simple is that?

EasiYo Yogurt Sachets

They make yogurt-making a breeze!

These EasiYo Yogurt Mixes come in all kinds of flavours.  My favourite is the Greek Yogurt - it is so thick and creamy.  You can get low-fat mixes too. 

Flavours include Mango, Banana, Greek Yogurt and Honey, Greek Yogurt and Coconut. The basic ingredient for all these mixes is billions of live cultures, including Acidophilus.  It is this live culture that aids the absorbtion of nutrients, providing lactic acids and natural antibiotics.

The fresh yogurt has no artificial colours or preservatives, no stabilisers or thickeners and is gluten free and vegetarian. 

The Versatile EasiYo Yogurt Maker - Travels Everywhere!

The EasiYo Yogurt Maker system is so convenient..
EasiYo Jars & Lunchtakers

If you are on holiday in a boat, for instance, or in a caravan  - or a holiday home where the shops are a bit distant, then the EasiYo Yogurt Maker is really handy.  

You don't need extra milk because it uses tap water, the sachets are light and easy to carry and the Yogurt Maker doesn't require electricity.   As long as you can boil water and have access to a fridge or cooler, you can take this little beauty anywhere!  I know that by looking on the Review section of Amazon, people on boats seem to love this appliance.

You Don't Have to Use the EasiYo Mixes

You can use milk

Using milk and making the yogurt in the EasiYo Yogurt Maker the  traditional way is easy too.  It also saves the cost of buying the sachets so the whole process is cheaper.

If you use sterilised UHT milk you don't have to even boil the milk up. 

You can find out how to make yogurt this way by going to this website.


Whichever method you use, I think you will agree that the EasiYo Yogurt Maker is one of those kitchen accessories you'll wonder how you ever did without!




EasiYo Yogurt Maker Items

Available from Ebay.com
Updated: 04/12/2014, KathleenDuffy
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KathleenDuffy on 07/14/2014

Hello Tolovaj - thanks for reading! Yes, I'm going to get this for my family for Xmas!

Tolovaj on 07/14/2014

I like DIY projects and this one looks very easy and with all the presented options I should probably get one for myself. I'll put it on my Christmas wishlist:)

KathleenDuffy on 04/29/2014

Hello Writerartist, I like the fact that this doesn't ise any electricity, so it is very like the old way. Thanks for reading.

WriterArtist on 04/29/2014

I make my yogurt the old, traditional way with milk and a sample of sour curd. This appliance looks fantastic and easy to operate.

KathleenDuffy on 04/17/2014

Thanks Mira. It really is Easy! Trouble is it tastes so good I can't stop eating it....

Mira on 04/17/2014

I think it's wonderful that you can use this EasyYo with both powdered mixes and real milk. What a nice invention! :)

KathleenDuffy on 04/13/2014

Sheri, I agree, you can make so many different kinds of yogurt, and the recipe book is very good!

KathleenDuffy on 04/13/2014

Derdriu, This was a present for my birthday and it is also one of the best presses I have had!

DerdriuMarriner on 04/13/2014

Kathleen, One of the nicest presents I ever received was a yogurt maker. I loved making homemade yogurt, which has incomparable freshness.
Thanks for this reminder of a simple yet wonderful product.

Sheri_Oz on 04/13/2014

Great idea to have one of these. I like its versatility.

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