Making Caramel Yogurt at home with EasiYo!

Good Eats // Homemade Caramel Yogurt

cool this summer with EasiYo!

Stay cool this summer with EasiYo! 

There’s nothing like cooling off on a hot summer’s day with a refreshing pot of chilled yogurt or a healthy iced fruit smoothie – and with EasiYo you can make it yourself.

Homemade Caramel Yogurt

I tried out just how easy it was to make my own yogurt. It took about three minutes to prep and then I left it overnight to have for breakfast in the morning. 

Making Caramel Yogurt at home with EasiYo!

Enter to win a EasiYo Mini Yogurt Maker

Thanks to EasiYo I have a new Mini Yogurt Maker (500g) to give away. It makes delicious, nutritious yogurt, with no artificial ingredients and billions of live cultures in every spoonful.  

With more than 30 flavours including apricot, boysenberry, banana, cherry, forest fruits, Greek, lemon, mango, peach, raspberry, strawberry, summer fruits and vanilla, there is something to please everyone. The new 500g EasiYo Mini Maker also means you can taste a new delicious flavour, every day, knowing it will all get eaten.

“The great thing about EasiYo yogurt is you can make it yourself, just the way you like it, and you know exactly what’s in it.
“Our new Mini Maker makes it so easy for Kiwis to enjoy nutritious and delicious yogurt, even on the go. Given how sales are going, we know it will be a big hit this summer – especially at the beach and bach!”
– EasiYo’s senior brand manager, Louise Scott Davidson

Enter below, open to NZ Residents only, competition closes midnight 10th Feb 2016.

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Making Caramel Yogurt at home with EasiYo!

For more information and to view the full product range, including recipe inspiration using EasiYo yogurt, visit easiyo.com. Stay cool this summer with EasiYo! 

Have you tried making your own yoghurt before?
Which would be your favourite flavour of theirs to try?

xx Laura

10 Replies to “Good Eats // Homemade Caramel Yogurt

  1. I love greek but the lemon sounds like something I would love. I add some fresh fruit to greek yoghurt from a local vege store and blend it and leave it for a bit for the flavour to go thru the greek yoghurt and it is sensational. 🙂

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