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Homemade Freezable Yogurt Recipe in the Slow Cooker from Once A Month Mom

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have to admit, we (Tricia) aren’t a whole foods family. The idea intrigues me and is growing on me but there are so many aspects that I find myself a bit overwhelmed. The more I learn the more I find that there are food items I can make at home that I never even conceived before. When I saw posts for homemade yogurt here and here; my interest was definitely peaked.)
So I pulled on my apron strings and determined to experiment a little to see if, in fact, I could do this. After all, I struggle with recipes that require rising with yeast, how in the world am I going to fare at culturing my own yogurt?
It turns out that it is easier than you could even imagine. Or at least easier than I imagined. I followed the directions, made some of my own adaptions and still came up with a successful product.
I was so excited and so were our kids who I let help me make it. Isaac is my yogurt eater and he loved adding his own fresh fruit to it each morning for breakfast. And I loved knowing that I had made it right at home and knew exactly what was going into it.
Tricia @


8 cups 1% milk (you can use other types as well, I used whole)
4 ounces plain yogurt
0.5 cups sugar/honey
2 Tablespoons vanilla (optional)



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