Euro-Cuisine Yogurt Jars with Lid, Set of 8 : These Euro-Cuisine yogurt maker jars with date on lid eliminate guesswork to ensure freshness. The 8, 6-oz. glass jars feature airtight date-setting lids with dial to select numbers 1 to 31 and track preparation or expiration date.
Euro-Cuisine Automatic Digital Yogurt Maker : This Italian-design digital yogurt maker eliminates guesswork, with a 15-hour blue LED digital timer, beep alert and automatic shutoff when yogurt is done. Pour prepared mixture into jars and set the digital countdown timer. The 7, 6-oz. glass jars included with this yogurt maker feature airtight date-setting lids with dial to select numbers 1 to 31 to track preparation or expiration date and ensure freshness. With homemade yogurt, you control the sweetness, ingredients, fat content and consistency. This yogurt maker lets you make 42-oz. in a variety of flavors overnight. When not in use, the empty jars store inside the yogurt maker and a special compartment in the lid stores jar lids, keeping every component together for the next use. Clear lid lets you monitor cooking. Timer and start/stop buttons. Instructions and recipes. Brushed stainless-steel trim. Dishwasher-safe jars and lids. Additional jars, yogurt starter and strainer cheese bag sold separately. 3-year manufacturer warranty. Product Features 15-hour LED digital countdown timer to prepare yogurt overnight Beep alert and automatic shutoff for effortless processing Homemade yogurt lets you control the sweetness, ingredients, fat content and consistency Includes 7, 6-oz. glass jars with dial-setting dates 1-31 on the lids to track preparation or expiration dates Empty jars store inside the yogurt maker and jar lids store inside the clear lid See-through lid lets you monitor cooking progress Timer and start/stop buttons Instructions and recipes
I bought this to make my own Greek yogurt with and I was not disappointed. This makes better yogurt than the store bought kind and I save more money. The prep time is minimal so I enjoy making my own fresh yogurt. I boil some whole milk with some half n half to 180, then let it cool to 110, add some plain yogurt for a starter and whip that in and then fill the jars up. I set mine for 10 hours, which is perfect then pop the jars in the refrigerator. There is so much you can do with the yogurt after it is made so use your imagination. It's a lot of fun.
Another option I use, is to put a 7 cup glass Pyrex bowl that fits inside to make a big batch of yogurt in. The extra jars are helpful too. I ordered those at the same time. I would highly suggest the extra jars so you can have a batch in the fridge and one in the yogurt maker! This unit is awesome from my very first batch!