Review: Dash Yogurt Maker

in powerhousecreatives •  15 days ago 

While this Dash Yogurt Maker lists online anywhere from $33/USD-$50/USD, but I was able to scoop up this one for $6 on a recent Facebook Market Place browsing session.

I know most people who make their own yogurt will either use an Instant Pot, crock pot or the stove top, I thought it would be great to have one of these in my homestead kitchen for making smaller amounts of yogurt.

Hubby thinks I have developed a small kitchen appliance addiction... but that's a story for another time.

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It comes with (and I received everything including the instructions manual from its previous owner):

  • Base
  • Cover,
  • 7 glass jars (8 ounces each)
  • 7 lids

Capacity of all seven jars is about 1.8 quarts; which I contest to as I used a half gallon mason jar when the yogurt was done making to store in the refrigerator.

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Easy Of Use

It was super simple to use; as I really didn't need to have read the instructions in full to operate it.
Keep in mind, I DID read the instructions beforehand, but the digital buttons are pretty self-explanatory.

I set up the yogurt by taking one-cup of live culture plain yogurt I had in the refrigerator and mixing it with a half-gallon of homogenized milk (full fat milk). I whisked the two ingredients together and poured into the jars in equally amounts just to the etched line on each jar.

Then I set the timer on the Dash Yogurt Maker for eight hours; and walked away.

EASY-Peasy!

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LOVIN' It!

Now I can make my yogurt once a week and get my breakfast cups ready for the week all at once. I don't care for the flavored, fruit on the bottom, crunch additives that most commercialized yogurts have. I like it that I can customize my flavors (using hemp seeds, chocolate or peanut butter protein powder, oats, nuts and more) depending on my sweet tooth for the week.

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My chocolate protein powder with quick oats, Chia seeds and nuts on top.

So Do I Like It?

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Now that's awesome! I'm a little confused though; you mentioned that one of the ingredients is live culture plain yogurt... doesn't that mean you already have the yogurt?

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I used to make keifer yogurt and my mother in law has a simikqr contraption as yours. Maybe I will try it out.

I loves yogurt...very much .

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@goldendawne

I make my own yoghurt, too, but on the stove top. I make it in a 2 litre jar and then store it in the fridge, decanting into something smaller and saving the mother. I also make up breakfast pots which I sell at the market.

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I have thought about getting a maker, but when I consider my shortage of storage space and the extra washing up, then I desist.

Nothing better than homemad yoghurt, though!

I like yogurt but I never thought about making it. I grew up on a dairy farm, and I remember the big tank that was for making cottage cheese, which is also cultured. This is an interesting gadget!