How to Make Homemade Yogurt | a2 Milk® USA Recipes
How to Make Homemade Yogurt | a2 Milk® USA Recipes

Homemade Yogurt

Homemade yogurt made with a2 Milk® is much easier than you might think!

Once you’re able to get through your first batch, simply use a bit of the leftovers to start your next which also makes the process a whole lot easier and inexpensive.

If you don’t eat yogurt enough to justify the investment, you can use a slow-cooker where you only have to preheat it beforehand and turn it off when you go to use it to make it work as an incubator.

 

Ingredients

  • 1/2 gallon of a2 Milk® Whole
  • Powdered yogurt culture (follow manufacturer’s instructions for quantities)

Equipment

  • Slow-cooker or  yogurt maker
  • Mason jars (or small containers) that fit inside incubator
  • Large pot
  • Spatula
  • Thermometer
  • Ladle

Directions

Simply follow the step-by-step instructions below!

 

Step 1

Heat your whole milk over medium to low heat until it starts to boil, stirring occasionally to prevent skin and foam forming on top.

homemade a2milk yogurt

Step 2

Remove the pot from heat and allow the milk to cool until it reaches 100ºF.

homemade a2milk yogurt step 2

Step 3

Gently stir in the powdered yogurt culture according to the amount required, stirring until completely incorporated throughout.

homemade a2 milk yogurt Step 3

Step 4

Ladle the milk mixture into the yogurt maker pots (or mason jars). Arrange jars nicely inside the yogurt maker or slow-cooker.

a2 milk homemade yogurt step 4

Step 5

Set the temperature to 110°F and incubate for about 5 hours or overnight. The longer you keep it in, the thicker and more tart your yogurt ends up.

homemade yogurt recipe step 5

Recipe Source


Andrea Soranidis | The Petite Cook

Originally from Italy, I’m a twenty-something foodie and world-traveler based in London.

I used to be a marketing manager, then I became a food blogger, The Petite Cook. I’ve swapped SEO, analytics, marketing strategies and PR work for food processors, oven gloves and cook books. I travel, I cook, I write about it.

Whether I’m in the kitchen experimenting new recipes, or in a Michelin star restaurant enjoying a tasting menu, everyday there’s a new food experience waiting for me.

Andrea Soranidis homemade yogurt made with a2 milk
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