I have a newfound interest lately, making my own natural yogurt using the EasiYo yogurt maker. The EasiYo yogurt is really easy to make in just three simple steps.
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Not only is it easy to make, it also tastes great. There is an abundance of flavours to choose from its extensive Family, Low Fat, Probiotic and Premium range of yogurts.
All EasiYo yogurts include the probiotic acidophilus. The BioLife range have additional Probiotic cultures such as bifidus and casei. All EasiYo yougurts do not contain artificial colours or preservatives and is gluten free.
Flavours from the Family range are Natural, Banana, Boysenberry, Caramel, Mango, Peach, Strawberry, Lemon, Vanilla, Boysenberry, Toffee, Cherry, Rasberry, Blackcurrants, Forest Fruits, Apple & Blackberry and Apricot.
The range of Low Fat yogurts contain less than 2g of fat per 200g serve. They are also unsweetened making them ideal for diabetics or for anyone wanting to sweeten their yogurt to their own taste using sugar, honey or other sweeteners. Low Fat yogurt flavours: Reduced Fat, Skimmers, Apricot, Berry, Vanilla.
The Premium range of yogurts include thick and creamy Mediterranean style Greek plus a smooth, rich Vanilla Custard flavour. The Greek flavour also comes in the Greek 'n Honey, Sweet Greek, Low Fat Greek or Low Lactose version.
The Bio-Life or Probiotic range contains all three of the l.acidophilus, b.bifidum and l.casei cultures. They are unsweetened and comes in a variety of flavours i.e. Reduced Fat, Boysenberry, Nectarine and Organic.
We haven't tried all of the flavours but our favourite so far is the Vanilla from the Family range. We find it thicker and creamier than other flavours and is a great alternative to vanilla ice cream. Simply decadent!
The EasiYo hardware and yogurt mix is quite easily available at Cold Storage, Jaya Jusco, some pharmacies and organic shops. Find out more about this wholesome and natural yogurt at http://www.easiyo.com/.
If you have been making your own EasiYo yogurt, write to me. I'd like to hear what you have to say about the yogurt since I am still a newbie in this field. :)