Yogurt Maker Deal!

Highly Rated Yogurt Maker $25.99

A bunch of my mommy friends have been making their own homemade yogurt.  I’ve wanted to try it, but haven’t wanted to spend the $40-50 for a Yogurt Maker!

We found a FABULESS deal for Highly Rated Yogurt Maker!

For only $25.99 (Eligible for free shipping), you can get a yogurt maker that makes up to 8 jars of yogurt at a time!


  • Electric yogurt maker for making creamy, healthy yogurt at home
  • User-friendly control panel with digital display and programmable timer
  • 8 BPA-free plastic cups with leak-resistant lids included
  • Automatic shut-off; dishwasher-safe lid and reusable cups
  • Measures 13-2/5 by 11-2/7 by 6-2/3 inches

Grab your Yogurt Maker before they are sold out or the deal is gone!

PS It is not the exact yogurt maker pictured. We just thought the fruit in this one looked so yummy we could not resist!


  • Lindsay Letzelter

    You can make yogurt in your crock pot and then drain it with a cheese cloth. Just a thought. There are great tutorials online of how to do it.

  • Teresa

    I thought it would be really complicated, but it is so easy to make yogurt! I make mine with canning jars and a small cooler.

  • Susan

    I was going to say the same thing … no need to spend any money on a yogurt maker. It is very easy to make your own yogurt with a crock pot. You can google for tutorials and find LOTS of instruction.

    If you do want a yogurt maker with the little jars, you can easily find them at thrift stores.

  • Kate

    This is a link to a EASY and great way to make yogurt. I’ve done it numerous times and LOVE it. So easy/cheap. And you can just use your crock pot!


  • Kari

    Don’t waste money, works much easier in the crockpot. Heat milk in crockpot until 180 degrees (about 3 hours for 1/2 gal, 5 for gallon.) Let cool to 110-115 degrees (about 3 hours.) Add 1/4 cup plain yogurt w/ active live cultures per 1/2 gal of milk used. Cover with crockpot lid and place in unheated oven w/ oven light on (adds just enough heat.) let rest for 12 hours, then refrigerate for about 4 hours. Divide into glass jars or Tupperware for storage. Enjoy! It takes a while to make, but very little hands-on time.

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