Euro Cuisine Yogurt Maker with Timer

$49.99

Easy to use yogurt maker with individual yogurt containers and a timer.

Prepares yogurt in 6-10 hours, depending on thickness desired. Prepares all-natural, rich and creamy yogurt. Allows you to control sweetness, ingredients, fat content, and thickness of yogurt. Make up to 42 ounces of yogurt. Clear lid allows for viewing of cooking process. Seven – 6oz Glass containers allows for making up to seven different types of yogurt at once with seven date setting lids.

  • Includes seven 6-ounce glass jars with seven date setting lids. 
  • Dishwasher safe glass jars. 
  • Model: EuroCuisine YM650
  • CUL approved | BPA free


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T.C.
Great yogurt

I live in Mexico during the winter and it’s very hard to find good yogurt without sweetener. This is so easy and reliable and makes perfect yogurt. I set it for the max time and it’s delicious and thick! The cups include a date!

C
C.N.
Works great

As the instructions indicated the first batch of yogurt was thin, but after that they are thick. It is very easy to operate with success each time in 6 hours. I haven’t had any problems with dripping from the lid.

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A.D.
Very pleased

Consistent results, love the glass jars and adjustable dated lids!

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L.S.
Just one question

How long do I leave it set before placing in refrigerator after it is finished? Have had a slight bit of water develop on the surface. Note: I don’t put the covers on until it is completely cooled to prevent this but it still happens. Any suggestions?

We're so glad to hear you're enjoying the yogurt maker! We recommend leaving your yogurt out for about 2 hours after culturing. The water you're referring to is actually whey from the milk and you can prevent that from forming by culturing for a little less time, but it's not harmful! You can simply pour it off or stir it in.
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S.S.
No luck so far...

I have gone through 3 gallons of whole milk, tried three batches and nine has worked out. It’s runny and sticky..you could drink it...I’d love to send it back but my husband trashed the box...I used to make yogurt in a yogurt maker in the 80’s and it worked perfectly...and recently made it in my dehydrator...no problem, but I’m giving up a n this machine.

We're so sorry to hear your yogurt maker isn't working for you! Here's how you can test that it's holding the correct temperature: https://www.culturesforhealth.com/learn/yogurt/testing-yogurt-maker/ And please feel free to email - we have a way of getting our products working!