Yogurt Makers are on SALE!!! Make your own Yogurt :)

I love making my own yogurt. It is much healthier and cheaper. My favorite recipe costs $0.34 a serving (lots of super healthy additives for my son), but you can make “plain” yogurt for $0.14 a serving.

There are some great yogurt makers on sale right now!

Salton YM9 1-Quart Yogurt Maker is on sale for only $16.20! (free shipping with a $25 purchase or if you do a trial of Amazon Prime). It is rated 4.5 out of 5 stars. It makes 1 quart of yogurt.

Waring Pro YM350 Professional Yogurt Maker is on sale for $49.95 with free shipping (half off). It is also rated 4.5 out of 5 stars and makes (6) 8 ounce jars of yogurt or you can replace one or two of the 8 ounce jars with 16 ounce jars.

Miracle Milk Carton Yogurt Maker – (ME72) is on sale for $29.99 with free shipping and it is pretty neat. You make the yogurt using a one quart milk carton – so all you have to do is put the carton straight into the yogurt maker! It got 3.5 stars out of 5.

Making yogurt can be done without a yogurt maker. I used to make mine with my stockpot. Although, it is so much easier with my maker – I haven’t had a single ruined batch (I had 2 when I was doing it with the stockpot). For me, this is one of those things that is worth the “start up” cost – and it saves a lot of money (and is better for your health) in the long run 🙂

{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Precious January 7, 2009 at 1:35 am

I have the Salton Yougurt Maker. It works great!

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2 Happy Mama January 7, 2009 at 1:47 am

on my way to buy it. I didn’t even know they made those

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3 Happy Mama January 7, 2009 at 3:07 am

we recently bough a breadmaker (SunBeam at Walmart). Great investment. I don’t like to buy bread which has 50 ingredients in it, so it makes me feel very good that I know what I am eating. Much healthier AND cheaper!

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4 Debbie January 7, 2009 at 4:20 am

Confession time. I didn’t even know there were yogurt makers. I am on my 6th or 7th bread machine but have never made yogurt. This is a great tip.

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5 Janelle January 8, 2009 at 1:33 am

I make yogurt all the time and use a heating pad and a canning jar. I’ve never owned a maker and never had a failed batch! And my kids love homemade yogurt, especially when I combine it with a little of my homemade jam! 🙂

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6 LittlePeopleWealth January 8, 2009 at 4:43 am

I need to use my breadmaker more often – I love it (and the smell), but I am out of the habit.

A heating pad sounds like it would work well. I used my stockpot and rice packs before I got my maker. I did have to watch the temp though so I love that you don’t have to do that with a maker 🙂

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