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    Has anyone tried these? Are they any good? Was lamenting the fact that yoghurt expensive and my kids love it so we go through a kilo tub every couple of days. They like thicker yoghurt and most brands are quite runny these days apart from ski that Coles no longer stocks. So I got to thinking about making my own which seems a bit long winded so wondered about this.

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    I love my easiyo!! So easy

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    Yes I have one and love it. We mainly buy the sweetened greek one. I shop at Aldi and it is actually cheapet to buy their 1kg tub than it is to make it.
    It's very easy. Pour boiling hot water in the container. Mix the powder with cold tap water in the tub and shake. Place tub into the container for 8 to 12 hours.

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    I have the Hansell's one. It is the same thing though. I use both brand of sachets in mine.

    My DDs like the yoghurt

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    Is it thick yoghurt? Can you adjust the consistency? So far it sounds good, is it cost effective (apart from perhaps the Aldi example?)

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    I bought mine from woollies. Love love love it. Make 2-3 batches a week

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    The one I use is very thick. I brought frozen berries to add to it this week. The times I haven't quite left it long enough it has come out runny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICanDream View Post
    Is it thick yoghurt? Can you adjust the consistency? So far it sounds good, is it cost effective (apart from perhaps the Aldi example?)
    Sometimes mine is runny and sometimes it is not, I can't work out why.

    My DDs make smoothies with it when it is too runny.

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    We have one. Can adjust it just by using slightly less water. I like how many flavours you can get if you shop online. The banana one is soooo yummy

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    Default Easyio Yoghurt maker

    Is the yogurt gritty? I find the aldi yoghurt gritty. I think it's the Joi fruit one?


 

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