These make a great change from eating yoghurts, although they are no more complicated. They are ideal for packed lunches and picnics – no spoons required! You don’t need to have special bottles, just make the yoghurt in a large Pyrex or plastic tub and pour it into glasses to serve, or into sealable beakers for packed lunches.Read More
These thick, creamy yoghurts are so delicious you’d be forgiven for thinking they contained much more luxurious ingredients. Peach and raspberry are my family’s favourite variations, but you can make them in a wide range of flavours. They are perfect for serving to people who ‘don’t like yoghurt’ or visiting children who are used to commercial fromage frais.Read More
These super-simple caramel yoghurts will be popular with all the family. They use only store cupboard ingredients to make something a little bit special but still leave you with a natural starter yoghurt for your next batch of yoghurts. If you regularly make yoghurts like we do, you’ll know how important it is to ring the changes occasionally, and this easy recipe a perfect addition to your yoghurt-making repertoire.Read More
These delicious biscoff yoghurts are one of my family’s very favourite yoghurt variations. Plus they are super quick and easy to make. You could even serve these as a relaxed, make-ahead dessert for guests, maybe with some fresh raspberries on the top.Read More
My homemade natural yoghurt recipe is super simple if you are able to invest in the equipment you need. We rely on these yoghurts as our default dessert in our home – they are quite simply always in our fridge. The plain yoghurt recipe below is the one I use most often – I make a batch three or four times a week – but once you have tried these, you will certainly want to try out the many other yoghurt flavours and variations.Read More
If you have a yoghurt maker, making delicious drinking yoghurt for the whole family couldn’t be easier. This drinking yoghurt recipe is the perfect solution if you want to add yoghurt to your child’s packed lunch – no spoons needed! It’s also delicious on breakfast cereal and muesli and is perfect for making into smoothies and milkshakes.Read More
If you strain your homemade natural yoghurt to make it into thicker ‘Greek’-style yoghurt, you will find yourself with leftover whey.
This whey, which has a lot of the same properties as milk, and also contains the live yoghurt cultures, is not a waste product but a valuable resource in cooking. It will keep in the fridge for a while in the same way as milk.Read More