5Easiyo Yogurt Maker

Easiyo Yogurt Maker

5Easiyo Yogurt Maker
4.0

175 reviews

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75% · 13231 · 18%
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Build Quality
4.2
Value for Money
4.2
Ease of Use
4.4
Cleaning & Maintenance
4.4
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Reviews

175 reviews
175 reviews
Terry Yeo
Terry YeoCentral Highlands and Goldfields, VIC4 posts
 

Luuuuuv it!!!

Just luuuuv it - so much so have bought a maker for a couple of my friends and converted them. I buy the yoghurt sachets in bulk direct from Easiyo - much cheaper than supermarkets and as we use two a week worth the exercise. Thank you Easiyo. Show details
Pam
Pam
 

Use the instructions

I love this. No need to plug in, it’s a thermos. The Greek unsweetened Easiyo is perfect, l can add my own fruit, muesli, or make tzatziki or add to curries etc. I’ve found you must use a thermometer to get the temp range 15-20C. I aim for 16C. Use instructions for boiling water levels. I use an alarm set for 8 hours. Works every time. I buy the mix on sale, then it’s a bargain. Don’t use out of date mix. Show details
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Janice Bryner
Janice BrynerPerth, WA11 posts
 

Setting

If you have trouble with the yoghurt setting in the cooler weather, try putting the container in a thermos bag to set, it will keep the water temperature warmer for longer. Works a treat for me.
kevin
kevin11 posts
 

Love it! Super Easy to use - super economical for Pensioners and Families

We have had this Easiyo yogurt maker for an incredibly long time, and it still looks brand new, and it has never failed us. As daily yogurt eaters, we make yogurt at least twice a week. It is so so simple to do, and there is a lot of variety in flavours. It takes about 4mins to make, and we leave it on the kitchen bench in the container overnight, and then next morning put it in the fridge. Tastes great. Show details
Akram Malik
Akram Malik8 posts
 
K McIntyre
K McIntyreSydney Surrounds, NSW12 posts
 
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Belle B.
Belle B.South-East, TAS2 posts
 

Use it all the time

Have not bought prepared yoghurt for years after finding this product.
Can’t eat the mass produced prepared stuff full of thickeners after eating this. Don’t care about the sugar content as other reviewers seem to be, I’m more concerned with the amount of dairy content, that other products don’t appear to have.
Quite inexpensive when you buy it on special. I have many packets stacked in my pantry, quite disappointed that Woolworths seem to have discontinued the Greek flavoured varieties Show details
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Colin C.
Colin C.
 

Doesn’t make thick yogurt

The product is just rubbish that is full of sweeteners and doesn’t thicken. Show details
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Carol
CarolGreater Melbourne (Outer), VIC
 

Poor design of lid

Initially I managed to get a few great batches of yoghurt. Now however, I have to wrap the top half in a towel and secure firmly to get the heat to stay in long enough to set the yoghurt.
Love the idea but need the lid to screw on more securely. Show details
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sugarkills
sugarkills5 posts
 

sugar

look at label 7.8 grams of sugar for 100 grams. not only mixes expensive they are rip off. you are basically paying for sugar disguised as plant based food. take any coconut based yogurt already made and sold in supermarket it is fraction of sugar compared with this powder. you want to get type 2 diabetes keep wasting your money on this dangerous product
Karen
KarenSouth East Queensland, QLD3 posts
 
joan
joan17 posts
 

Love mine

I have used this yoghurt maker since it first came out many years ago and i still love it. If you find it dosent set or is too runny let it stand a little longer. Did you know if by chance it dosent set you can make a smoothy with it dont throw it out and waste it, even my pets enjoy it. You can buy other brand sachets too if you find the cost is a problem as they work just as well.
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ssal8
ssal8QLD, 455931 posts
 
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Family
FamilyGippsland, VIC20 posts
 

Homemade yoghurt, yum

We love this product. No need for electricity to keep warm. Aesthetically looks great on them bench. Able to purchase extra tubs to keep ahead with the making. We make 2-3 tubs of yoghurt weekly. Show details
Moo
Moo4 posts
 

Simply Delicious!

My family eats a couple of litres of yoghurt each week so I was thrilled to discover this wonderful NZ product. So simple to use and the end result is beautiful, thick, creamy yoghurt every time. We’ve tried unsweetened Greek and strawberry flavour so far and both were delicious. Saving on $ and plastic so a win all round.  Show details

Questions & Answers

joanne m.
joanne m.

How much water to make 500grm yogurt in a larg container

MW
MW

Can l use half a plain yogurt sachet in the 500ml yogurt container (plant based)?

MariaD
MariaD

Can I make a 500g packet of plant based yoghurt in a 1 litre container? And what are then any specific making instructions to account for this? Thanks!

Pdd
Pdd  

Hi - did you work out how much water to use and did it work? Thanks

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Details

For $17.95, the Easiyo Yoghurt Maker is a creamy steal, and its overall 4.1-star rating doesn’t hurt, either.

This yoghurt maker takes a lot of the unpredictable aspects out of making homemade yoghurt. You mix a EasiYo yoghurt starter with water in the provided jar, add boiling water, leave the yoghurt to set for 8-12 hours, then pop it in the fridge to cool.

What reviewers liked about the Easiyo Yoghurt Maker:

  • It’s easy to use, which made the yoghurt-making process simple and enjoyable
  • A cost-effective alternative to store-bought yoghurts, as you only need 1 litre of milk and an Easiyo sachet, and these are cheap
  • Makes great sugar-free yoghurt, which is a good alternative to buying yoghurts containing sugar from the supermarket
  • One batch can last for about a week, which works well when packing school or work lunches

EasiYo hacks from reviewers:

  • Purchasing a thermometer really takes the guesswork out of preparing the yoghurt
  • Leaving the yoghurt to set in the jar for a longer period of time (e.g. 12-18 hours) will make the yoghurt firmer, thicker and also more tart
  • You can add extras that make the yoghurt taste even better, such as frozen fruit, nuts or even instant coffee, according to one adventurous reviewer.
CategoryNovelty / Snack Makers
Price (RRP) $25
Product TypeYoghurt Maker
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