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Easiyo Yoghurt Maker - BOGOF - £13.95 + (£5 P&P) £18.95

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Easiyo

Easiyo Yoghurt Maker

Buy one get one free limited offer while stocks last.. simply select your choice of newly available colours below.

Until now, making yogurt at home was a messy business. Not anymore! Anyone can do it!

Now you and your family can have as much fresh yogurt as you like!

No electronics No mess No fuss So simple So easy!

EasiYo makes a full litre (1 Kg) at a time and you can take your EasiYo Yogurt Maker anywhere!

The unique baffle system inside the Yogurt Maker produces the controlled heat needed to activate the lactic cultures in the EasiYo sachets for perfect yoghurt every time!

Extra jars available with 1ltr Jar, and two Lunchtaker Yoghurt pots- perfect size for the Children to take to school

My other half has one of these already and she swears by it. You don't have to use the mixes, although this makes it really easy - 1kg of yoghurt overnight.

I have put £5 as the P&P charge as that is what it costs to Shetland, but it will be less for the rest of you that live on mainland UK.

Martin Lewis' Money Saving Expert site has a thread on using these without the packet mixes if you want even greater economy!
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#1
http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=71520

Link to Martin Lewis site thread. Start getting more interesting on page 2 :whistling:
#2
this sounds fun but i'm sure i'd poison myself with some unfathomable bacteria if i went for it ;-)
#3
Two for the price of one - brilliant bargain! I have heard nothing but good things about this product and with four kids to cater for, this is great news for our family! And I think I'm right in saying you can make yoghurt without buying the Easiyo products by buying 'active' yoghurts from any supermarket.:-D
#4
Yes. A box of uht milk and a tablespoon full of natural yoghurt. If you use normal milk I think you need to boil it first.
#5
Great deal!! But I can't see anywhere to add this to my basket, am I missing something? :oops:
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You need to click on 'buy' in the green bar
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#7
:whistling: how stupid do I feel.......

Thanks :thumbsup:
#8
Thanks Andy - I've been looking at these for a while and the 2 for 1 offer finally made me go for it.
#9
andyhayes
http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=71520

Link to Martin Lewis site thread. Start getting more interesting on page 2 :whistling:


Thanks for that, it's given me a headache:-(
#10
I've gone for it. According to MSE (after reading 1st 11 pages....)

You need

1ltr Skimmed, Semi Skimmed or Full Fat UHT milk
2 to 3 tblespns Semi Skimmed powder
2 tblespns live yoghurt (from previous runs, or from a purchased live yog such as Lidl's ProBiotic Yoghurt)

Add into EasiYo and pour in the boiling water and 6-7hrs a nice yog is produced!

Lets hope those ingredients are correct ;)
#11
How many of the people that buy this will have it stored at the back of the cupboard 3 months after buying along with the ice cream maker, smoothie maker and I'm sure many more,
#12
Maybe some people but mine is used almost every day. I must admit I use the easy yo product mixes. I buy them from Lakeland Plastics and Julian Graves. Fantastic product to own if you like yoghurt. Saves you a fortune :thumbsup:
#13
We get through a kilo of yoghurt every 2 - 3 days and that is just the two adults eating it. The youngsters like the greek yoghurt so that goes quicker as a topping in lieu of custard.

We are probably unusual though as we exercise a reasonable amount, my partner does an 8 mile cycle ride and 1,000 steps on the stepper before breakfast. Then a 6 mile run in the afternoon. She is 47 so is slowing down a bit now. I walk everywhere carrying a heavy rucksack and take stairs two at a time at work. I cycle 2 miles a day. Health problems stop me doing more.

You have to make your own choices about lifestyle. I prefer to expend the energy doing exercise than making excuses why I can't do exercise.

When the yoghurt maker is sat in the cupboard it isn't eating anything though so it costs nothing. ;-)
#14
Mine arrived today, I'm a little disappointed though as I assumed I would get a sample pack to try it with, and a small jar to take to work with me, but no, just the makers and nothing else. Oh well, off to ASDA to get 10 cartons of UHT milk, a probiotic yoghurt and 2 bottles of powdered milk!
#15
Well a quick nip into tesco and I got myself skimmed milk powder and uht semi skimmed milk, and have brought my easiyo to work with a muller yog, as I am on the night shift today. If I start it at 7pm it should be ready for a delicious treat at 1-2am! Fingers crossed! :)
#16
I got back from a couple of days in Edinburgh to find mine waiting at home for me. I want to make some yoghurts but I am going away for a week. Shall I take it with me!? Decisions decisions!
#17
anyone got any ideas on making it thicker but not too tangy?

i leave mine in for approx 6.5hrs with 3 tablespoons of skimmed milk powder and 1ltr semi skimmed uht (to be healthy) its moderately creamy but rather runny? I think maybe more powder and more time, but dont want it to be too tangy?

oh and used two tablesploons of muller probiotic yog to start it
#18
nrps1
anyone got any ideas on making it thicker but not too tangy?

i leave mine in for approx 6.5hrs with 3 tablespoons of skimmed milk powder and 1ltr semi skimmed uht (to be healthy) its moderately creamy but rather runny? I think maybe more powder and more time, but dont want it to be too tangy?

oh and used two tablesploons of muller probiotic yog to start it


Even using the packet mixes my partner puts less liquid in. Add some sugar too. The instruction book gives details, but I have not got it to hand at the moment.

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