Easiyo Yoghurt Maker Review

We have been sent the Easiyo yoghurt maker for review and I was excited when I got the email offering it to us. We eat yoghurt daily in our house, especially myself since I started watching what I eat again. I usually bulk buy my favourite yoghurts, but they come in single-serve pots which isn't great for the environment. We are avid recyclers and are always looking for ways to cut down our recycling output, the Easiyo system will save us around 15-20 single-serve yoghurt pots per week as a family of 6!
The Easiyo is so simple to use that even the kids can get involved, it's a simple 2 pots system. I love theta the tubs store inside each other which means they are great for storage. The system retails at £22 and comes with 2 yoghurt mixes to get you started off on your yoghurt making journey. The packs I got were greek style with coconut bits and greek style apricot flavour.
Making the yoghurt is really easy, there are markers on the side of the screw lid yoghurt pot. You fill to the first line, pour in your chosen mix, screw on the lid and give it a good shake. Take the lid back off and fill to the second line and give another shake.
You need to boil the kettle at this point and take the lid off your large Easiyo tub (mine is pink) inside there is a red spacer. You need to fill with hot water until the spacer is totally covered. Then pop the lid on and leave for 8-12 hours, you can leave it for as much as 24 hours.
Once the time is up your yoghurt is ready to eat and you can pop it in the fridge for use at your leisure. I couldn't believe how thick and creamy the yoghurt turned out. I was dubious when I popped it in the tub as it was just runny liquid! 
We have now tried both of the yoghurt flavours and I think the apricot is definitely our favourite. Its yummy topped with some fruit. The litre will last us a few days and as you can reseal the tub it will last longer, The kids don't always want a full pot so be able to use as much or as little as we need it ideal. The single pouches of yoghurt mix are priced at £2.79 and there are lots of variety packs available. I love this system, and this will get a lot of use in our house, saving money and kinder for the environment, win-win really!
The Easiyo yoghurt maker retails for as little as £16.75, the price is dependant on which option you go for. The above bundle which is the pink Easiyo and 2 yoghurt mixes is only £9.95 (price correct at time of publishing) which is a great 50% saving.
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Mandy
  1. This does look like a fab little gizmo! We go through so many yoghurts in this house so it's something for me to think about x

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