Make authentic Greek-style yogurt at home for wholesome, healthy nutrition. This yogurt maker is easy to use for preparing Greek or traditional yogurt using dairy, soy or almond milk. Enjoy in a parfait or use in smoothies and shakes. Individual single serving jars are convenient for the entire family to create their own yogurt treat!
Dimensions: H 4.75" X W 12" X D 10" Weight 4.2 lbs
Everything you need to create Greek yogurt is included in this easy-to-use yogurt maker. Did you know Greek yogurt contains up to twice the amount of protein compared to traditional yogurt? Also, Greek yogurt is made by simply straining out liquid whey, so only the protein-rich whey solids remain. This yogurt maker can produce one large batch or can be made as individual servings using glass jars and lids provided. Recipes include the most popular varieties of milk from whole, reduced fat and skim as well as soy and almond milk for vegan and lactose-free diets. Depending upon the type of milk used, cook time ranges from 10-12 hours. Cooking overnight or while you are away at work is recommended. In just a few easy steps, you can prepare fresh, homemade yogurt exactly how you like it and save money too! Making your own Greek yogurt at home can save up to 80% vs. store bought Greek yogurt per year (Based on a family of 4 / 4 servings each per week / 7oz. = 1 serving). Includes yogurt maker, set of 6 - 7oz. glass jars with lids, large 1 qt. plastic container/lid and Greek yogurt strainer. Pieces store neatly in unit.
Includes Greek yogurt strainer, 1-quart plastic container and set of 6 x 7oz. glass jars with lids
Contents pack and store neatly in unit
Use dairy, soy or almond milk for Greek or traditional style yogurt
Oster® Mykonos™ Greek Yogurt Maker
HEALTHY Greek yogurt is a popular choice for health and nutrition enthusiasts as it is a good protein source and contains probiotics to help aid in digestive health.
MULTI-FUNCTION The Mykonos Greek Yogurt Maker offers a completely customizable way to prepare yogurt to suit your diet and taste preferences. From traditional to Greek style yogurt, to any variety of milk from dairy to almond milk, you can enjoy a healthy meal or snack the way you like it.
VERSATILE You can prepare one large 32-ounce batch of yogurt in a quart-sized container. This is ideal if you use yogurt for cooking, baking or in dressings. This batch size is also convenient for preparing brunch parfaits or healthy desserts to serve family and guests. Or, you may choose to prepare as individual servings with the set of 6 - 7oz. glass jars and lids for a quick meal or snack that you can just grab and go.
STEP 1 MIX milk and starter cultures together and pour into unit.
STEP 2 Set unit to on and let cook, no stirring or monitoring needed.
STEP 3 Strain with the unique Greek yogurt strainer.
STEP 4 Refrigerate, add in your favorite toppings, and enjoy healthy protein-rich Greek yogurt.
Oster® Mykonos™ Greek Yogurt Maker, Large is rated
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Rated 5 out of
The best Greek Yogurt ever!I bought this machine just over a month ago.
My husband says he will not go back to store bought yogurt. This machine makes a far superior product. My wish is that I could get another container and strainer to make a full batch of greek style yogurt.
Date published: 2015-05-21
Rated 5 out of
Nice machine, Yummy yogurt!Purchased a few weeks ago. Made a batch every week ever since. Looking for an additional strainer box and another set of jars.
Date published: 2018-01-02
Rated 4 out of
Not so simple instructionsI purchased my yogurt maker and just received the culture starter 5 g packs. I have read the instructions several times, they call for 9 cups of milk per 5g of starter but the pack says 5g per 1Litre. I asume the lids are off when the yogert maker is turned on, I cant tell by the diagrams. I'm sure it makes great yogurt but the instructions need improvement. I will be making it this week and will do another review later.
Date published: 2018-01-23
Rated 5 out of
Easy to use! Saves money!This yogurt maker uses 2 litres of milk at one time to make 6 individual cups of yogurt plus one larger box of yogurt. When you drain the finished yogurt in the straining basket, you get a thick, yummy product that doubles for sour cream. It's the best of both worlds: easy to use and makes a good quality, inexpensive milk product. I haven't tried it yet, but you can make yogurt with non-dairy products too.