Cuisinart Electric Yogurt Maker with Automatic Cooling
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Transform dairy milk or soymilk into rich, creamy homemade yogurt with this state-of-the-art machine. Simply pour milk, yogurt starter and your favorite flavorings into the container, then press the Start button. After fermentation, a built-in cooling system automatically chills yogurt to the ideal serving temperature.
- Enjoy fresh, all-natural yogurt, custom-blended from your choice of ingredients.
- Extra-large 50-oz. BPA-free processing container accommodates more than six 8-oz. servings of yogurt at a time.
- Adjustable controls make it easy to set the perfect fermenting time for your recipe – a digital display counts down processing time.
- Automatically chills the fermented yogurt to the perfect serving temperature.
- Dimensions & More Info
- Model #CYM-100.
- Plastic construction.
- 50-oz. cap.; 9 3/4" x 7" x 10" high.
- 7 lb. 3 oz.
- This product is intended for use in the United States and Canada, and is built to U.S. electrical standards.
- Made in China.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by WTimpone from Makes short work of Making yogurt This machine takes all the guess work out making your own yogurt. The instruction booklet is clear and concise. It is basically 4 cups of milk and starter. You can set the cook time and once the cook time is finished, the machine switches to "cool" and holds the yogurt until you attend to it. No waking up in the middle of the night to move the yogurt into the fridge. To make geek yogurt, you simply strain the yogurt through a sieve to separate the whey out. I have made several batches, including some with A2 milk for a lactose intolerant friend. She is happily eating yogurt again for the first time in ages. The machine takes up limited counter space and is fairly quiet. Well worth the price.Date published: 2019-06-06Rated 5 out of 5 by cleaneats from love my yoghurt maker Love the performance and design.Easy to set controls and the cooling cycle is great. My yoghurt comes out perfectly without any gums or stabilizers like the store bought ones. Wish there was a strainer with it, had to purchase another gadget to make greek yoghurtDate published: 2019-05-13Rated 5 out of 5 by Arnie’s Mom from Great Yogurt Maker Easy to use and very versatile. Just set it and forget it. I’d buy it again.Date published: 2019-04-29Rated 4 out of 5 by SusanH from Works well Works well. Just be sure to follow the instructions for heating the milk to 180, then let it cool to 110. Stir in one small Fage plain yogurt. Cook for 10 hours, cool overnight. Eat as is or strain through a Greek yogurt maker if you want it thicker. Delicious!Date published: 2019-04-05Rated 5 out of 5 by Nettz from Easy-peasy I love this yogurt maker! Just mix the starter and milk, set it and forget it till you are ready to put it in your fridge.Date published: 2019-04-03Rated 5 out of 5 by FON54 from The Best Electronic Yogurt Maker on the market Purchased this for my wife and I so we could finally get away from store bought yogurt. After doing quite a bit of research we decided on this machine from Cuisinart. It was a great decision. From the very first batch it has made perfect Greek Yogurt every time. It is so easy to use, quiet and takes up very little counter space. We've been experimenting with each batch and have found that although you don't need to preheat your milk (you can put it in cold and the machine does all the rest) by preheating your milk you do get a slightly thicker creamier yogurt. Either way the yogurt comes out perfect. You can eat it as is right after the cooling is done but for Greek Yogurt you do need to strain it for about 8-10 hours. It's worth the extra time and health benifits. Once strained we transfer the yogurt into 5 oz jars with lids. Then we can add fruit, preserves or flavorings to each portion, to our liking. It is nice to know what ingredients are in our Greek Yogurt now. I do recommend that if you want Greek Yogurt to invest in a Metal Mesh Style Strainer that is meant for making Greek Yogurt, the results are much better than coffee filters, cloths, etc. and so much easier.Date published: 2019-03-19Rated 5 out of 5 by Greek Yogurt Lover from Fabulous Yogurt Maker Follow mfg instructions carefully to preserve the life of your machine. Makes the best Greek yogurt I have ever had, Wonderful yogurt maker.Date published: 2019-03-19Rated 5 out of 5 by Elem2618 from A breeze to use The perfect yogurt making solution. Large capacity and extremely simple to use! Love the fact that it automaticallykeeps the yogurt cool after the fermentation in finishedDate published: 2019-02-14
Can you use nut milks in this yogurt maker? You are able to make yogurt with nut milks in the Cuisinart yogurt maker, however, depending on the type of milk you may need to add a thickener such as gelatin or pectin.Date published: 2019-06-15
Is this the CYM 100 Model?Hi Julie Cleland, Yes, this is the CYM-100 model.Date published: 2019-05-28
I just now placed an order for the electric Cuisinart yogurt maker. Does this machine come with a manual and a recipe booklet?Hi Joyce, Yes, a product manual and recipe booklet is included with the unit. Here is the PDF version of it: https://www.williams-sonoma.com/netstorage/pdf/1966-Cuisinart-Thermo-Electric-Yogurt-Maker-Manual.pdfDate published: 2019-05-19
Does this machine first heat the milk to 185 and then cool it before adding the starter or do you have to heat it first on the stove?Hi julias, Heat milk on the stove to 180°F (some cultures recommend only 160°F, so follow the instructions per the particular culture). For best results (but not essential), keep milk at this temperature for about 20 minutes. Cool milk until a thermometer reads 110°F. Once cooled to 110°F, stir in culture and any other thickening agent into the milk so that it is fully incorporated. Transfer mixture to the yogurt maker and set the appropriate fermentation time.Date published: 2019-06-02