For Day 3 week 4 of BM #50, I made this simple fruit yogurt which was a delight to have.
My little one is fond of her yogurt be it Greek yogurt or the regular homemade yogurt. When I asked her if she would like to have a fruit yogurt at home, she was all smiles. As a bonus, she said she would help me make it. What I find is the kids eat the stuff they help in preparing. So one more healthy snack for the kids.
I was thinking I should have made the fruit preserves at home but that is for the next time.
Milk 1 1/2 cups
Yogurt Culture 2 Tbsp
Fruit Preserves 2 Tbsp (I used Strawberry and Mango-Apricot preserves)
Method Of Preparation -
Heat the milk until it bubbles up and a cream layer forms.
Set aside until it is warm to touch. Add the yogurt culture into the milk and gently mix.
Arrange two glass containers (I used 2 glass cups) and add a tablespoon of preserves in each of the containers.
Divide the milk (which has the yogurt culture in it already) into the two containers, cover and keep in a warm place for the yogurt to set. (I usually keep it in the oven with just the oven light on).
The fruit yogurt is ready to be enjoyed in 6-7 hours. Mix the fruit which is in the bottom or if you are like my little one, eat the yogurt and eat the preserves as is in the end!!
Preparation Time 15 min + resting time 7 hrs