Hi my lovelies, I am happy to announce that I am now a brand ambassador for EasiYo. EasiYo was developed over 20 years ago in New Zealand with the desire to make yogurt full with homemade goodness. This is actually the first time I have heard of EasiYo, but I am so glad that I have, has I have fallen in love with my EasiYo yogurt maker and can’t wait to try out more of the flavours.

We was sent the original red EasiYo yogurt maker with 2 flavours to try out. We got Summer Fruits and Greek Style Rhubarb. There are a total of over 30 flavours to choose from and each pack is RRP £2.




The first thing I noticed was how stylish the design was. I really loved it. The original is bright red, and matches my kitchen, is rounded and a great size. We decided to try out the Summer Fruits one first. I had Caitlin (6) help me make the yogurt up and was surprised when I read the instructions how easy it was to make.

You just need to add tepid water into the jar up to the water fill line, add the yogurt sachet and put the lid on and give it a really good shake!






After you have finished shaking the yogurt, you need to add boiling water up to the fill line in the yogurt maker. Add the jar of shaken yogurt, put the lid on, and leave to set for 8-12 hours. How easy was that?





We left ours over night and the next morning, we got our yogurt out and me and the kids couldn’t wait to try it. When I took it out I gave it a little stir and spooned some out into bowls for our breakfast. It was really delicious!!  Way better than I was expecting to be honest. It was really thick and creamy and tasted really good. To be quite frank, it was the best yogurt I have had, ever! And I am not exaggerating either. I can’t say anything about the rhubarb or any of the other flavours, as I have only tried the summer Fruits one so far. But I really can’t wait to make more.





The made up yogurt can be kept in the fridge for 2 weeks. And you can buy more of the yogurt jars from the EasiYo website. They come in two sizes and prices start from just £1.75.

Both the maker and the jar are easy to clean. For the maker I just emptied the water out and left to dry.

The EasiYo yogurt maker itself is priced at around £17.99

The yogurts are priced at RRP £2 and both are available from EasiYo website, Hobbycraft, Holland & Barrett, Lakeland and The Range

EasiYo yogurts are gluten free, vegetarian, halal and does not contain stabilisers, emulsifiers, artificial colouring or additives.

Special Offer!!!

The EasiYo yogurt maker is currently on offer at Lakeland for just £8.49!

Twin Mummy and Daddy
A Cornish Mum

My Petit Canard


I received the above yogurt maker and yogurts in return for this post. All opinions are mine

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10 comments on “EasiYo Yogurt Maker Review”

  1. I have been thinking for a while about buying one of these. It looks really easy to make as well. Thank you for your review.

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