Greek Style Yoghurt
Many of the potential health benefits of Greek Yoghurt relate to its high protein content and excellent source of calcium. It also contains probiotics, which support a healthy bacterial balance in your gut.
Greek Yoghurt can be used in many ways, whether it is with granola for breakfast, smoothies, sour cream replacement in Mexican dishes or simply as topping on a baked potato! Yum.
And fear not! It is not as complicated as it may sound. You will spend most of your time waiting for it to be done.
Top your homemade yoghurt with some fresh berries, honey or granola.
Pour milk into a large stockpot. Add 3 cups of Wellshine Wellson Whole Milk Powder.
Heat stockpot over medium heat, stirring frequently.
Using a food thermometer, heat stockpot up to 180 degrees Celsius.
Once it has reached the temperature, turn the heat off and let it cool down to 120 degrees.
Meanwhile, put the greek yoghurt (base probiotic) in a separate bowl.
Slowly add some of the heated liquid milk into the bowl with yoghurt. Continue adding until the cold yoghurt is now room temperature.
Add the mixture to the rest of what is in your stockpot. Stir well with a whisk until it is combined.
Now you are ready to pour the yoghurt into your own container with the lid on.
Place the containers on a tray in an unheated oven. Place a towel over the containers and turn the light on in the oven.
Leave the yoghurt in the oven for around 4-8 hours. The longer you leave it, the more tart it will get. We usually leave it in the oven for around 6 hours.
When it is done, put the containers in the fridge. It will stay good for about 2 weeks.