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Make fresh yoghurt in 3 easy steps

Mix with cool water

Pour 250ml of clean drinking water (15-20⁰C) into the yoghurt tub. Add yoghurt mix, secure lid and shake well. Make up to the 500g level with more cool water. Replace lid, shake well then release air from container and reseal.

Into yoghurt maker

Using Hansells 500g tubs:
Both tubs need to go into the yoghurt maker, so prepare your 500g yoghurt as above. You can make two different 500g yoghurts at the same time if desired, but if only making one 500g yoghurt, just fill the 2nd tub with cold water. Pour boiling water into your yoghurt maker to the specified level line. Both tubs must now be placed into yoghurt maker. Immediately shut maker lid.

Using a 1kg tub:
For yoghurt makers with a baffle, pour enough boiling water to just cover the holes of the baffle insert. For yoghurt makers with no baffle, simple add 500ml of boiling water. Place tub into yoghurt maker and immediately shut maker lid.

Set your yoghurt

Leave for 8 hours or overnight until set. Remove from maker and place in the fridge to cool. Some separation may occur. Gently stir before serving to produce a smoother texture, if desired.

 

Mix with cool water

Half fill the yoghurt tub with clean drinking water (15-20⁰C). Add yoghurt mix, secure lid and shake well. Make up to the 1kg level with more cool water. Replace lid, shake well then release air from container and reseal.

Into yoghurt maker

Pour boiling water into your yoghurt maker to the specified level line. Place tub into yoghurt maker and immediately shut maker lid.

Set your yoghurt

Leave for 8 hours or overnight until set. Remove from maker and place in the fridge to cool. Some separation may occur. Gently stir before serving to produce a smoother texture, if desired.

 


Tips

For sweeter yoghurt: Add a tablespoon of caster sugar as you make up the yoghurt, or add a natural sugar alternative after it is set. Try stirring through honey or fresh fruit after the yoghurt is set or when serving.

For more acidic yoghurt: Leave in the yoghurt maker for a few extra hours.

Learn about the benefits of fresh home made yoghurt here.