I've been making my own yogurt for a few years now and I don't think I'll ever go back. Not only does it actually save me some grocery money, but this homemade yogurt is seriously good. I'm eating more yogurt now than ever before.

We will make 1 liter so adjust accordingly for more yogurt

What Do You Need?
1. Thermos
2. Cooking pot (Sufuria)
3. Sieve

Ingredients? I know you can get these easily.
☛1-liter milk
☛1 full tbsp. milk powder
☛4 tbsp. sugar
☛50 ml vanilla or plain yogurt (Acts as the culture)
☛The flavor of your choice (optional while serving e.g. Pep Rose, fresh fruit, essence, etc)

  1. Boil the milk and simmer for approximately 5 minutes (N/B: Stir the milk occasionally to ensure no creme layer forms on top; we want it in the yogurt) Let the milk cool to luke-warm temperature.
  2. Add sugar, milk powder and yogurt and stir/whisk well to make sure it is well dissolved but don't waste time-let it not be too cold. (NB: Remember NEVER add yogurt until you are sure the milk is lukewarm)
  3. Strain/sieve the mixture and put in the thermos and close. Store undisturbed for 8 to 10 hours. After the time, you will have your yogurt ready for use. It is usually very thick and you must shake well before dispensing from the thermos.
  4. Refrigerate(Optional-actually not necessary unless if you intend to consume within a few days).Viola!!! Enjoy your home-made yogurt (You can enjoy it plain or mix with a flavor of your choice while serving).
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