A good breakfast is yogurt with walnuts, fruit and a drizzle of honey. If I'm really hungry I'll have a gluten-free muffin as well. It's quick, easy and nutritious. I love Stoneyfield Organic plain yogurt, but it's expensive so I decided I'd like to make my own. I was in Goodwill and as I was perusing the appliance section I came upon a Salton yogurt maker for just 2 or 3 dollars. I figured since it was intact and cheap, I could take the risk of whether it worked or not.
After a good scrub, the ceramic cups are dishwasher safe, I searched for recipes and found one from the Salton website that I liked. I successfully followed the instructions and poured the ingredients into the 5 cups of the yogurt maker and plugged it in. Voila! Ten hours later I had rich, creamy yogurt and it's delicious too.
|My Goodwill Salton Yogurt Maker|
Plain Yogurt Recipe
1quart organic milk
1 TB plain yogurt (this is your starter).
Bring milk to a boil ( heat until 185 degrees).
Cool milk until it reaches 110 degrees.
Add the TB yogurt starter. Stir well.
Pour into the 5 serving jars, cover.
Plug in yogurt maker and set the dial for 10 hours.
I'm looking forward to some freshly picked strawberries to put on my yogurt:)