I eat yoghurt. A lot. Now, I have a few facts for you:
- Blueberry is my favourite. Greek Blueberry is from the Gods.
- I eat yoghurt every day.
- I’m super fussy about the yoghurt I do eat.
- I use yoghurt instead of sour cream because it is healthier – and I think, tastier.
These are my facts…. other facts include:
- The average Australian eats 8.6kg of yoghurt per year!
- Greek yoghurt has twice the protein of standard yoghurt.
- You can’t spell yoghurt, yogurt or yoegurt wrong – there are 12 various ways to spell the word – all correct!
For years now I have listened to YOU – and loads of you rave about the EasiYo – and I’ve seen it in the shops, but continued to buy my expensive yoghurt because I love it and thought it would be hard to make it at home. I should have listened – because I have now used it and it is so damn easy! Like – beginner how to boil water easy!
How to Use the EasiYo Yogurt Maker at Home:
Okay to make the EasiYo – it was this easy..
Step 1: I picked the flavour sachet of my choice (Blueberry of course – I’ll list the rest of the flavours below).
Step 2: I filled the plastic jar with luke warm water, and added the Blueberry sachet – then put the lid on and shook it to combine.
Step 3: I opened the jar and filled it to the top – again with tepid water. I then put the kettle on to boil.
Step 4: I poured boiling water into the Yogurt maker up to the mark. I put the sealed jar into the the Yogurt maker – and shut the lid.
Step 5: I waited 12 hours (as it is really cold here at the moment) – and then – perfect blueberry yogurt which will last in my fridge for up to two weeks!
I’m all about the taste – and there are some really yummola flavours available such as:
Natural, Greek, Apricot, Banana, Boysenberry, Sweet Greek, Caramel, Cherry, Forrest Fruits, Lemon, Mango, Peach, Raspberry, Strawberry, Summer Fruits, Toffee, Vanilla, Low Fat Greek, Reduced Fat, Low Fat Strawberry.
You can buy the flavour sachets and the Yogurt Makers either direct from EasiYo or from the following Retail Stores: The EasiYo Yogurt Maker I used (the red one above) retails for only $23.50! So cheap!
- Big W
I adore the ease of this system. It isn’t expensive to buy the kit, the sachets are readily available in great flavours – and the end product is just as good as my favourite brand of Blueberry yogurt – which is a big call because I’m bit of a yoghurt snob.