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Thread: Homemade Crockpot Yogurt

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    Senior Member ncredbird's Avatar
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    I like the tang of yogurt! DH and I are lactose intolerant so yogurt is one of the few ways that we get our milk products. The culture eats up the lactose as its food so it doesn't give us any problems. I have been making yogurt since the children were little. It is very cost effective and if you want flavors just stir in some fresh or frozen fruit or jam. Ann in TN

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    thanks!

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    My fav summer breakfast is plain yogurt topped with lots of fruit and a little granola, walnuts and cinammon-sugar. I sold my Salton in a "purge" several moves ago, so now this brings to mind I could start making my own again - Salton or no! Seems like it's plenty easy, and much more cost effective! Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ncredbird
    I like the tang of yogurt! DH and I are lactose intolerant so yogurt is one of the few ways that we get our milk products. The culture eats up the lactose as its food so it doesn't give us any problems. I have been making yogurt since the children were little. It is very cost effective and if you want flavors just stir in some fresh or frozen fruit or jam. Ann in TN
    actually cheese is also lactose-free.

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    I just made the crock-pot yogurt, actually started it yesterday and of course eating some today. It's wonderful. My DD loves it. I used the Knox gelatin for thickening as suggested lower on the page. It is thick and creamy. I also stirred a can of sugar free cherry pie filling into part of it(I made a double batch) instead of blending fruits that can water it down (I plan to do that,too with some blackberries). It tastes like cherry cheesecake yogurt, mmm. I am so happy to be able to do this. We love yogurt and this is so much more economical than store-bought. Of course, as with everything else, I'm going to have to be creative with flavors. It's my nature and I have always preferred anything home made over pre-made. And it's so easy. I love it. Thank you ScrapHappy P.S. DD wants me to tell you that it tastes better than store-bought and she likes the texture better.

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    Hi Selena, so glad you and your daughter liked it. Thanks for the feedback and tips on how you made it. The cherry cheesecake sounds fabulous! :-D :thumbup: I like homemade things better too. They taste better, are fresher and we have more control over what goes in them. I bet mashed up bananas would be good in it too.

    Maybe in the fall if you or your daughter like pumpkins you could add pumpkin, pumpkin pie spice and cinnamon. Pumpkins are good for us!

    Or if you like smoothies you can add your homemade yogurt too them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrap Happy
    Hi Selena, so glad you and your daughter liked it. Thanks for the feedback and tips on how you made it. The cherry cheesecake sounds fabulous! :-D :thumbup: I like homemade things better too. They taste better, are fresher and we have more control over what goes in them. I bet mashed up bananas would be good in it too.

    Maybe in the fall if you or your daughter like pumpkins you could add pumpkin, pumpkin pie spice and cinnamon. Pumpkins are good for us!

    Or if you like smoothies you can add your homemade yogurt too them.
    Thanks I forgot to tell you that I used Greek yogurt as my starter as I couldn't find any other plain yogurt that said they had the culture in it. An added bonus was that they were giving out samples that day and coupons. I bought one and got one free. I will definitely try the pumpkin, I love it in ice cream. I had already thought of bananas as they are a family favorite.

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    I bet pumpkin is good over ice cream.

    I like Greek yogurt and regular yogurt and am sure it works great in the recipe.

    If you like strawberries it tastes good to add strawberry preserves to plain yogurt to make strawberry yogurt, or any of your favorite preserves.

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    Just wanted to add to this by saying that I have an old crockpot and this turned out very curdly and separated even with the gelatin in it.
    I had placed mine in pint jars inside the crockpot that had water 3/4 of the way up the sides of the jar. It didn't have enough room for all of the jars so I put one in my oven with the oven light on. The one in the oven turned out beautifully but I think the older crock pots get much hotter than the newer ones and that was the problem. I have used the stick blender to try and smooth it out and put it in the oven with the light on and we will see in a few hours how it is. Also I have made this on the counter by putting a heating pad set on low down inside of a large roasting pan with high sides. (The kind you would cook a turkey in) I filled the jars and placed them on top of the heating pad and covered with a lid. Throw a towel over it to insulate from the outside. It turned out just fine also. It would probably work if you placed the heating pad on the counter and placed the ceramic crockpot or glass container on top of it. Ann in TN

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    I didn't put it in jars in the crockpot. I did just as the directions say and it was perfect.

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