Probio7 Life Yogurt Machine Review

 - this post contains a gifted item - 

Over the last year or so, and especially in the last few months since I got COVID, I have been paying much more attention to what I’m putting into my body and trying to make more healthier choices. Which is where this yogurt machine comes in!

Probio7 Life Yogurt Machine Review

The Probio7 Life Yogurt Making Kit retails for £49.99 and comes with everything you need to get started. You get the machine itself, a greek yogurt strainer, recipe booklet as well as two larger pots and four smaller sizes. As well a large glass bottle to make your mixture in, one sachet of the Probio7 Happy Gut starter and a litre of UHT Jersey milk. I had been wanting a machine like this for a while but as I am new to them, I wasn’t sure where to start and this kit is perfect and a more affordable option! 

I have been so impressed with this machine (and the whole kit)! It works incredibly well and the yogurt it makes is some of the best I have ever had. When using this kit and machine, you can use your preferred milk but they do recommend the jersey milk as it has amazing benefits and creates super creamy and delicious yogurt. I tried it with a different milk as well to really put it to the test and while both work, the jersey milk does make a much thicker and creamy yogurt! It’s extremely filling as well, whenever I have it for breakfast with some fruit, I don’t get hungry again until around 2pm! 

The machine and kit is very easy to use, you add your milk and yogurt starter (the Probio7 Happy Gut) and mix before adding to the pots, placing them into the machine along with 400ml of water and turning on the machine to your selected setting! To make the yogurts the machine runs for eight hours and it’s recommended you refrigerate the yogurts for 24 hours before eating. What’s different about the Probio7 Happy Gut when compared to other yogurt is that it contains three strains of friendly bacteria. 

As I mentioned, you get one sachet of the Probio7 Happy Gut and you need this or a yogurt starter to turn the milk into yogurt and you are able to purchase it with the jersey milk and separately and as a subscription! 



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