Caramel Yoghurt


Hi , its wednesday , its April and its cold and rain come back. Today i bring blog another recipe caramel yoghurt , its very tasty and delicious you kids gonna love it no need add sugar is sweet enough . I like to produce my own youghurts because no artificial stuff on , as natural as possible and im findind best way healthy life style. i found most of my delicous recipes in blog i follow for more than year its call Words that fill your tummy and is in my mother language but you can use google translator and translate in your own language and find delicious words,yes ,because every recipe beind is lovely story about her.

For the caramel sauce:
200g white sugar
90g unsalted butter, cut into pieces
120ml milk
A bit of salt

For yogurts:
One liter of fresh milk semi-skimmed
Three tablespoons sour soup nonfat dry
Three white tablespoons sugar (I used stevia)
A plain yogurt (I used Greek)

For the caramel, put the sugar in a saucepan and cook over low heat, stirring constantly with a silicone spatula until the sugar melts.
Add the butter and wrap until butter becomes melted.
Add slowly the milk and let the mixture boil for a minute.
Remove from heat and add a pinch of salt.
Place in container and cool.
For yogurts, put in a saucepan the milk, milk powder and sugar and stir with a wisk.
Bring to medium heat until boiling and cool.
When warm add the yogurt, mixing with wisk.
Place the caramel sauce in little cups and cover with milk.
Take the yoghurt maker for about ten hours. (Mine were 8 hours)
Transfer to refrigerator for at least four hours.

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