AmazonBasics Yoghurt Maker with Timer and 7 Jars £5.94 Prime / £9.93 Non Prime on Amazon
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AmazonBasics Yoghurt Maker with Timer and 7 Jars £5.94 Prime / £9.93 Non Prime on Amazon

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Found 30th Dec 2017
This yoghurt maker has come down to a great price again. It is electrically warmed, has a timer, and comes with 7 jars (approx. 160ml each totalling ~1kg of yoghurt).

Details include:
  • Yoghurt maker and 7 dishwasher-safe glass jars with lids
  • 15-hour timer with LCD display
  • Brushed stainless-steel finish effortlessly wipes clean
  • Transparent cover for easy monitoring
  • AmazonBasics 1-year limited warranty

Read the reviews for some tips on yoghurt making/recipes.

Delivered free with prime or a £20 order, or pay for standard delivery.
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Daysleeper8 m ago

Damn you HUKD! Don't even know why I need it, but I do

Is it because you don't want your other unused kitchen appliances feeling lonely in the back of the cupboard? That's nice of you. Buy it!
Got one when they were £6 odd a few weeks ago, these are great for us, we buy one small pot of live yogurt which is about 30p from Morrison's and share it out between the 7 pots, then add some fruit and almond milk so it's a 90% none dairy yogurt, works great and kids love them.
donslibi52 m ago

Can someone explain how this works please? Trying to see if it’s any good f …Can someone explain how this works please? Trying to see if it’s any good for the little one. I have done some reading but struggling to see the benefit over buying plain yoghurt and adding whatever purees, honey, nuts, etc... you want.


For us we discovered our kids have an intolerance to dairy. When we got them off dairy their eczema cleared up, sleeping was better, no itching etc anymore so we wanted to find a cost effective way of cutting this down in yogurts, one small live yogurt and almond milk is a good enough solution for us.
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Got one when they were £6 odd a few weeks ago, these are great for us, we buy one small pot of live yogurt which is about 30p from Morrison's and share it out between the 7 pots, then add some fruit and almond milk so it's a 90% none dairy yogurt, works great and kids love them.
I have had a different make from this for about a year. when you get to your last pot, use it to make your next batch.
you_gotta_be_kidding24 m ago

Got one when they were £6 odd a few weeks ago, these are great for us, we …Got one when they were £6 odd a few weeks ago, these are great for us, we buy one small pot of live yogurt which is about 30p from Morrison's and share it out between the 7 pots, then add some fruit and almond milk so it's a 90% none dairy yogurt, works great and kids love them.

Can someone explain how this works please? Trying to see if it’s any good for the little one. I have done some reading but struggling to see the benefit over buying plain yoghurt and adding whatever purees, honey, nuts, etc... you want.
Thank you very much OP. My woman made me one two days ago and they were great. Now I want one, too. Ordered
Edited by: "dimon72" 30th Dec 2017
Ok, what is the point of this appliance? Just use your oven - no jar size limit, no extra shelf space, more eco-friendly. Most people are just going to use it once a year anyway.
Looks like something fun to do together with family. Heat added thank you
shalton1 h, 37 m ago

I have had a different make from this for about a year. when you get to …I have had a different make from this for about a year. when you get to your last pot, use it to make your next batch.


You can but only once, the live culture gets weaker with each batch. We like to change the fruit we put in each time so we just use a new pot each time.
ohsnap40 m ago

Ok, what is the point of this appliance? Just use your oven - no jar size …Ok, what is the point of this appliance? Just use your oven - no jar size limit, no extra shelf space, more eco-friendly. Most people are just going to use it once a year anyway.


It's not more eco friendly, this on for ten hours uses less electricity than the oven on for 30 mins.
donslibi52 m ago

Can someone explain how this works please? Trying to see if it’s any good f …Can someone explain how this works please? Trying to see if it’s any good for the little one. I have done some reading but struggling to see the benefit over buying plain yoghurt and adding whatever purees, honey, nuts, etc... you want.


For us we discovered our kids have an intolerance to dairy. When we got them off dairy their eczema cleared up, sleeping was better, no itching etc anymore so we wanted to find a cost effective way of cutting this down in yogurts, one small live yogurt and almond milk is a good enough solution for us.
you_gotta_be_kidding22 m ago

You can but only once, the live culture gets weaker with each batch. We …You can but only once, the live culture gets weaker with each batch. We like to change the fruit we put in each time so we just use a new pot each time.


I have used my own over and over. Probably about 10 times - and it works just as well.
shalton43 m ago

I have used my own over and over. Probably about 10 times - and it works …I have used my own over and over. Probably about 10 times - and it works just as well.


Generally use mine 2-3 times before it gets weak. 10 times is not possible unless you are using a magic one or a very special one!!!
I have an ancient one of a different make and have found it very useful. I always make plain yogurt and add the fruit later if desired. Some fruits inhibit the yogurt making process. Good to know these also work with non dairy milks too.
abhijitdash12323 m ago

Generally use mine 2-3 times before it gets weak. 10 times is not possible …Generally use mine 2-3 times before it gets weak. 10 times is not possible unless you are using a magic one or a very special one!!!


Must be magic then.
you_gotta_be_kidding1 h, 56 m ago

For us we discovered our kids have an intolerance to dairy. When we got …For us we discovered our kids have an intolerance to dairy. When we got them off dairy their eczema cleared up, sleeping was better, no itching etc anymore so we wanted to find a cost effective way of cutting this down in yogurts, one small live yogurt and almond milk is a good enough solution for us.


Could you tell me if it is really nice taste and thick texture from an almond milk or any other nuts milk? And what vegan live yogurt I can use?
Nice find ordered thanks
Damn you HUKD! Don't even know why I need it, but I do
Daysleeper8 m ago

Damn you HUKD! Don't even know why I need it, but I do

Is it because you don't want your other unused kitchen appliances feeling lonely in the back of the cupboard? That's nice of you. Buy it!
BenLoco4 m ago

Is it because you don't want your other unused kitchen appliances feeling …Is it because you don't want your other unused kitchen appliances feeling lonely in the back of the cupboard? That's nice of you. Buy it!


I did 😃
Bought. Thank you. I don't have Prime, but got it for £5.94.
Great little bargain. Thanks for posting!
Why did I ordered it? 🤔

Now where all them recipes that don't need using expensive yoghurt starter cultures?
tried a yoghurt maker a few years ago and found it hard to make anything the kids liked. Every flavour tastes so synthetic. How do you get them to take like shop bought fruit yoghurt without loads of sugar or the fruit packs from lakeland which cost a small packet?

Heat added for the price, they have come down in price considerably.
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flamintight59 m ago

Why did I ordered it? 🤔Now where all them recipes that don't need using …Why did I ordered it? 🤔Now where all them recipes that don't need using expensive yoghurt starter cultures?


From what I can tell from the reviews on Amazon (I've not tried yet myself), buy 1L of UHT milk and any pot of natural yoghurt. I just now went with Tesco's own UHT milk and a dark blue pot of full fat natural Onken with 3 live cultures inside, ~£2.50 in total. Then extra fruit etc. as you prefer.
Any good for making kefir?
Bought it... don't know why?
candyman861 h, 3 m ago

Any good for making kefir?


Kefir is really simple to make, you don't need any kind of gadget, just a warm place to leave it to ferment.
Edited by: "Manda2" 30th Dec 2017
Manda22 h, 4 m ago

Kefir is really simple to make, you don't need any kind of gadget, just a …Kefir is really simple to make, you don't need any kind of gadget, just a warm place to leave it to ferment.


Yeah I've made it before but haven't in a while. Was thinking about getting this so I'll be forced to make more of it
I'm hoping it can help me make a vegan yogurt with almond or soy milk. If anyone knows how please reply
Another piece of crap that'll be used once and thrown into the doldrums
GasGaGlide1 h, 47 m ago

I'm hoping it can help me make a vegan yogurt with almond or soy milk. If …I'm hoping it can help me make a vegan yogurt with almond or soy milk. If anyone knows how please reply


Looks like you can - although going from the first comment on this link

culturesforhealth.com/lea…rt/


"you must use a new starter each time since the starter cultures cannot be re-cultured without the properties of dairy milk." and no to almond
Midnight.Tboy41 m ago

Looks like you can - although going from the first comment on this …Looks like you can - although going from the first comment on this linkhttps://www.culturesforhealth.com/learn/yogurt/alternative-milks-for-making-yogurt/"you must use a new starter each time since the starter cultures cannot be re-cultured without the properties of dairy milk." and no to almond


Thank you awesome :D, appreciate.
Also found a super easy way also @ 2:44 if anyone is wondering
Exited to try these both versions out .
Edited by: "GasGaGlide" 30th Dec 2017
GasGaGlide4 h, 12 m ago

Thank you awesome :D, appreciate.Also found a super easy way also @ 2:44 …Thank you awesome :D, appreciate.Also found a super easy way also @ 2:44 if anyone is wonderingExited to try these both versions out .[Video]


The Jarrow's stuff that she recommends using doesn't come cheap
Thanks HUKD for another midnight purchase for something I never knew I wanted:)
If I buy this I just know it will spend the next 15 years unused in a cupboard.
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We've tried one today, impressed with it so far
Its saying 20 odd now
Dont know how but this cost me 94P with promotion applied. Arrived yesterday. Quite a substantial piece of kit for the price. Now to use it. Anymore recipies out there?
Laura.Barrows5 m ago

Its saying 20 odd now


They're appearing on eBay for £25 now!
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