Making Almond Milk Yoghurt with the Severin Yoghurt Maker

Making Almond Milk Yoghurt with the Severin Yoghurt Maker

This week Homespares.co.uk have challenged our family to the SEVERIN Great Oven Ban Challenge by sending me six products from their kitchen range to review. Yesterday I introduced you to the Sous Vide and today it is the turn of their Yoghurt Maker.

The Severin Yoghurt Maker comes equipped with 7 small jars with lids and a small unit to place them in in order to grow the culture. The issue with shop-bought yoghurts is that they are generally full of sugar despite the fact that we are lead to believe that they are good for you. By making your own, you can control the ingredients that go into the yoghurt. Plus, making it yourself is SO much easier than you think. Just take a look at my video below if you don’t believe me.

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Our Verdict

I have to say that I am so impressed by the quality of almond milk yoghurt. It is so much creamier than you expect it to be and really tasty. Plus, the great thing is that you can make it according to your taste. With the fact that this is sugar free, dairy free and gluten free, I think it is quickly going to become a regular dish for me.

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The SEVERIN Yoghurt Maker costs £35.99 and is available from www.HomeSpares.co.uk

Disclosure: Thank you to Homespares.co.uk who sent me this Severin product in order to take part in the Great Big Oven Ban and provide a review. Please note that all words, images and opinions have been formed by the owner of this blog and have not been influenced in any way. Please do not reproduce any of the content or images on this post without prior agreement from Verily Victoria Vocalises.

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8 Comments

  1. December 21, 2016 / 1:28 pm

    I tried a similar recipe with my yogurt maker without the dates or chia seeds before and it was so amazing! I will definitely try adding them next time 

  2. April 25, 2016 / 9:35 pm

    This sounds lovely. I’ve just started having more yoghurts for my breakfast and noticed how much sugar there is in them. Why is it so difficult to find low/no sugar products?! Thanks for linking to #PoCoLo

  3. April 17, 2016 / 1:25 pm

    I remember making my own almond spread and like what you have said the nice things about being able to create your own is that you can adjust it to your own preference. This looks amazing! My son loves yogurt and its amazing if we can make it by ourselves! #pocolo

  4. April 15, 2016 / 1:02 pm

    This is so interesting Vicki! I have tried to make almond yoghurt and not been keen. It was too runny and not a very nice taste. It looks like you got over this by adding dates and vanilla along with the chia seeds. Do you think you could eat it without the chia seeds? I am not a big fan of soaked chia seeds…the resulting food is too much like tapioca for my liking! Are you dairy-free now or just trying it out?
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    • April 15, 2016 / 2:37 pm

      Hi Vicki – thanks for your comment. I think I could eat it without chia seeds but it will still be a little runny. I was wondering if adding a little bit of agar agar would help. Leaving it in the fridge after fermentation definitely helped. I was also wondering if putting it in the freezer for an hour might help. I am mainly dairy-free at the moment and getting to the point where I am going to cut it out for a while xx
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