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
- 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 United States electrical standards.
- Made in China.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by DeeAlaska from Love It! I have used it twice, and am still working out recipe details. I want THICK Greek yogurt and I will figure it out. So far I’ve neede a strainer to get the desired consistency. I’m hoping I can figure out a recipe that won’t require a strainer. But I love that I can “forget about” this appliance for awhile. It switches to cooling mode, which gives me lots of ding-battery time. And I like that I can do a batch without having to sterilize jars. The one suggestion I would have for the manufacturer is: LET ME MAKE A BIGGER BATCH!!! Making two cups at a time is too limited. I’m going to be running this machine non-stop!Date published: 2018-01-16Rated 5 out of 5 by fishgirl from The Coolest (W/ Caveat re the directions/recipes) I have used this product all summer in conjunction with some mini mason jars that I also bought from W-S (but that brand no longer available on W-S as of checking today to review those, too). The best part about this machine is that you don't have to babysit it until you are ready to jar it and put it into your fridge. The heating to cooling feature is awesome. A friend walked into my kitchen while I was making and decided to order one on the spot because of the cooling feature (she was an old hand doing yogurt making with strainers etc old fashioned way before machines). I am a yogurt making newbie and I found the instructions for making yogurt very confusing with too many options. I personally find that I want a thick consistency and plain traditional flavor; this way I can add a spoon of jam or some real fruit or veggies (for riata) or some vanilla flavoring at point of eating instead of cooking--- Keep It Simple Stupid method is what I call it After several trial and errors for a basic yogurt as I described just now, this is what I found works best. Maybe it will help some others who are just looking to get up and running fast with this cool machine: Have the following handy in readiness: Your Cuisinart, a large mixing bowl that is anything other than stainless steel (do not use any stainless steel or metal in making or stirring the yogurt cultures), a large enough pot to heat a quart of milk maybe a little extra, your culture, a food thermometer (I'm using a regular meat thermometer). I found using simple pasteurized whole milk that is NOT ULTRA pasteurized or processed gives me the best results. I found using "Culture for Life Real Yogurt Culture" single batch cultures with a new packet every single time gives me consistent results and I don't have to play around with saving starters from previous batches etc. (KISS Method again) So my recipe is take a quart or slightly more of whole milk and heat it up in a pot on your range (takes about 15 minutes to reach 180 degrees) checking the temperature with thermometer. Once it reaches 180 degrees I turn off the range but I leave the milk in the pot for about 5 minutes because I have found the longer you leave it at 180 before trying to cool it down, the thicker consistency your yogurt will be (I like it thick). After that I pour the heated milk into the large mixing bowl and place it on my stone countertop so that it will cool down to 115 degrees fast (about 15 minutes or so). When it hits 115 degrees I then take one packet of my culture and mix it into the milk with the plastic long handled spoon that comes with Cuisinart maker. Then I transfer the mixture into the Cuisinart container, put the lid on it, put the outer lid on it, and plug in the machine. The machine is set to 8 hrs which blinks on and off. Push the Start Button. After 8 hours it will automatically switch to "C" for Cool. Leave it undisturbed for at least 6 more hours (I don't think there's a limit as to how long so you can leave it overnight, go to work, etc but do cool it in the Cuisinart a minimum of 6 hrs). Then you need to put it into jars or containers for your fridge. NOTE: I did not see any mention in the instructions that you should STERILIZE your jars and lids before putting yogurt in them. I found out the hard way that after a few uses, just dish washing the glass mini mason jars and lids by machine or hand is not enough to keep them from turning your yogurt moldy. You MUST sterilize your containers every batch. It would be nice if this info was available with the Cuisinart. Since it's not, here's what I did: Boil water and cover the jars and lids completely in it for 5 minutes minimum. Jars will be hot when you remove them-- be careful to remove them with a sterilized tongs so you don't add new bacteria from your hands or your utensils. The containers need to be dry when you add the cooled yogurt to them. Dry with paper towel or air dry them on your countertop on top of a paper towel. Be careful when handling them and use the long plastic spoon to scoop yogurt from Cuisinart into your jars. Wipe down any side spills and put the sterilized lids on. Put in your fridge. Let them "set" a couple of hours before eating. This yogurt recipe is thick and tangy and makes six 8 oz jars of plain yogurt. I found the directions confusing because they give you too many either / or options (ie: either this milk or that milk or vegan or blah blah blah. You have to sort out everything and try and see what happens which is not the way to get consistent results each time so it wasted my time and effort and costly ingredients). Just go basic and you can't go wrong by adjusting flavor at point of eating it. IE: I find just one even teaspoon of Divina sour cherry preserves swirled into one jar is my favorite. For a quick Indian Riata: 8 oz of the basic yogurt above 1/2 cup diced seedless cucumbers 1 seeded green chile run through a mini-prep processor Pinch of cumin plus salt & pepper to taste (Mix all together and serve immediately with your main dish). Cheers!Date published: 2017-09-05Rated 3 out of 5 by Kathy from how do I make 50 ounces with this machine? I just bought this machine and though the box states it can make 50 ounces of yogurt, the recipes included only make 32 ounces. Does anyone know how to make 50 ounces of yogurt with this machine?Date published: 2017-06-12Rated 5 out of 5 by MimisToys from Easier than buying yogurt in the store Every week for over two years, I've been making yogurt in this machine. It's easy and delicious! I just mix 4 oz. (weight) of my last batch with milk, cover with the outer, not inner, cover and let the machine go for 13 hours. No need to preheat the milk. I usually dry the condensation from the lid, once or twice during cooking. There will be a lot! If I forget to turn the machine off, it starts to cool automatically. Need a starter to get started? I just use a small cup of plain organic yogurt from the store vs. the packets.Date published: 2017-01-09Rated 5 out of 5 by Treeshark from Everything you want in a yogurt maker I have made several batches thus far, each one was perfect! I was hesitant at first to shell out the money for this when I had been using mason jars and a crock pot with varying results. This machine has yielded perfect yogurt every time. Simple to use, with easy clean-up.Date published: 2016-03-31Rated 5 out of 5 by Nraveled from Came with my needs in mind. I am pleasantly surprised when I use the yogurt maker. I do not need to be there when it is finished; the refrigeration element after completion of the yogurt making is great.. It can sit on the counter until I am ready for it. The 4 cup container is the perfect size for my weekly needs. Great product, clean looking and makes great yogurt every time. Consistency is great.Date published: 2015-11-03Rated 5 out of 5 by Regoa from Perfect Yogurt This is by far the best yogurt maker. I bought it to make vegan yogurt. My favorite so far is coconut milk yogurt. All I do is add a little agar or tapioca powder to thicken the yogurt. It turns out great. I have also used whole milk, super easy, no thickeners for that. Love the fact that I don't have to babysit it, the auto cool features the best!Date published: 2015-09-11Rated 5 out of 5 by Pickypurchaser from A winner. No reservations. Great design and clear instructions and recipes. Makes one and a half quarts of yogurt in one container instead of several small ones. Great feature is that it does not need to be attended. Turns off heater automatically and starts cooling. Recommend following instructions to let it cool for 12 hours. I've had excellent results by using powdered milk and commercial whole milk yogurt as a starter.Date published: 2015-08-25