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You can find EasiYo from the following stockists:
Australian Natural Care
Selected independent retailers
asiYo is available in a number of countries around the world. In NZ, UK & parts of Europe you can buy our yogurt makers, jars and mixes online and have them delivered straight to your door! Easy.
To find out if we sell in a specific country please get in touch with our consumer care team here.
Yes—your wellbeing is essential to us. The entire EasiYo Yogurt Maker, as well as all jars, lunchtakers and pouches are manufactured from approved food grade polypropylene. That means all parts are completely free from polycarbonate and BPA.
We’ve made the EasiYo Yogurt Maker robust enough to withstand constant and tough handling. However, if your lid or insert get damaged, please contact the EasiYo team at email@example.com and we’ll do our best to sort out a replacement. Jars can be bought from selected retailers too, including Australian Natural Care.
Having a spare jar or two on hand is always helpful, for making extra yogurt or having additional flavours on the go. Jars can be bought from selected retailers, including Australian Natural Care.
Absolutely. Our reusable pouches are BPA Free, along with all other jars, lunchtakers and the yogurt maker itself.
Yes, all our pouches and jars are safe to use in the dishwasher. They’re also fine in the freezer, which is a great way to keep smaller amounts of yogurt cool ‘til lunchtime.
Yes, but please use a damp cloth only! Dab a little dishwashing liquid on the cloth, and wipe your yogurt maker down to clean and odourise it. Don’t immerse your yogurt maker in water as that could damage it.
Yes, our newer design jars can be used in our older style yogurt makers. If you need some extra jars they can be bought from selected retailers, including Australian Natural Care.
We don't recommend using a glass jar in the EasiYo Yogurt maker as there is risk of the glass cracking due to the boiling water.
EasiYo Jars are made from Food Grade plastics, are BPA free and are suitable to withstand boiling water.
No, all our yogurts are made from dairy. At the moment we don’t offer any dairy free or plant-based options in our range.
While we’re really proud of our reusable jars and pouches, unfortunately, our sachets are not recyclable or compostable. That's because our sachets need to have an oxygen/water barrier to keep the cultures viable. At the moment, there’s simply no suitable recyclable packaging solution that meets this need. We continually review our options and hope to solve this issue in the future. It’s important to you, and it’s important to us too.
All EasiYo yogurts contain Lactobacillus bulgaricus, Streptococcus thermophilus and Lactobacillus acidophilus. Some products also contain the Bifidobacteria strain. It’s the combination of cultures that gives our yogurt its wonderful taste and texture.
No, none of our yogurts contain any gluten or wheat.
Yes, soy lecithin is present in small amounts in the milk powder we use, because it helps the milk powder dissolve in water more easily.
It sure is! All our products are vegetarian friendly. They do contain dairy though, so they’re not suitable for vegans.
Hmm, no. We don’t recommend eating anything after its best before date.
Most of our yogurts can be kept for up to two weeks in your fridge, but if the flavour you’ve made has fruit or coconut bits we recommend keeping it for just one week. Our Protein range keeps for just one week as well. Always check the storage instructions on the sachet.
Our yogurts are all Halal suitable. That means that all ingredients used are Halal compliant. We also undertake an annual certification of our latest range.
As a general rule, babies can start to eat yogurt from the age of 6-8 months. If yogurt is suitable for your baby, we recommend choosing our full fat, plain, unsweetened yogurts (Greek Style or natural) and sweetening them with your baby’s favourite pureed fruit. We also recommend that you talk to your medical professional about the appropriate age for your baby to start eating yogurt and other solids.
Absolutely. EasiYo yogurt is just like any other yogurt and fine for pregnant women to eat when prepared and stored as directed.
Unfortunately if you’re allergic to cow’s milk then EasiYo Yogurts are not suitable for you. In terms of lactose intolerance, each person is different in their degree of sensitivity. Our yogurts do contain lactose naturally from the milk and this is used in the fermentation process, however the lactose levels in our made up yogurt varies. Depending on your tolerance, you may be able to enjoy EasiYo homemade yogurt—but please, always ask a health professional for their advice first if you have intolerances or allergies.
The base for our EasiYo yogurts is milk powder and yogurt cultures. Depending on the style or flavour we also add sugar, natural colours and natural flavourings. You’ll need to check the sachet itself for a full list of ingredients. Be assured though that none of our yogurts contain any stabilisers, artificial colouring or additives.
Our mixes don’t contain any ingredients made from nuts, and to the best of our knowledge there are no traces of nuts in our products. However, we rely on information from our suppliers and don’t do any tests on our products ourselves for the presence of nuts. If you have any concerns, please check with a medical professional.
There are so many ways to get creative with EasiYo, however don't add anything before the yogurt is set. That’s because additions may disrupt the activation of the yogurt cultures. After your yogurt is set you’re free to get inventive with serving ideas. Check out our recipes here to get started!
EasiYo yogurt sachets (which includes the cultures) have a shelf life of 18 months when stored unopened, in temperatures below 25°C. Check the best before date printed on the back of your EasiYo sachet.
Actually, the live cultures are because of you! Because EasiYo is made fresh in your kitchen, you get billions of live cultures in every serve right from day one. Better yet, because our yogurt has so many live cultures it’s naturally thick, which is why we don't need to add any stabilisers or thickeners to our yogurts. Now that’s goodness all round.
The number of live cultures is at its highest on the first day – one serve of freshly-made EasiYo yogurt contains over one billion live cultures. But the good news doesn’t stop there. We’ve tested our yogurt and even at the end of two weeks in your fridge, there are still billions of live cultures in every serve.
The cultures are freeze dried. This simply means that all the moisture is extracted so that the cultures can 'hibernate' until they’re reactivated with the addition of water and heat in your EasiYo Yogurt Maker.
It's easy to make EasiYo following our three simple steps.
1. Half fill your yogurt jar with room temperature drinking water (15-20°C). Add the contents of the yogurt sachet, pop on the lid and give it a good shake. Add more water to the jar until it’s about 5mm from the top… pop on the lid and shake again.
2. Push the plastic insert into your yogurt maker as far as it can go. Next, pour boiling water up to the top of the plastic insert. Place your jar into the yogurt maker so it sits on top of the plastic insert, then put the lid on your yogurt maker.
3. You’re all set, now simply wait for the magic to happen! Leave your yogurt maker on your kitchen bench and the yogurt will set after 8 - 12 hours (a little longer for protein yogurt). Most people simply leave it overnight and wake up to fresh homemade yogurt in the morning. You’re nearly there… before you dig in, chill it in the fridge for a few hours to complete the set.
You can also watch our instructional video here.
It may seem like magic, but it’s really quite simple! In order to grow, our yogurt cultures need warmth, moisture and food (for example lactose which is a natural milk sugar). When yogurt is made according to EasiYo sachet instructions, our yogurt maker provides the perfect conditions to activate our yogurt cultures creating your own homemade yummy thick yogurt in just 8-16 hours (depending on the type of EasiYo yogurt you are making).
For delicious, perfect yogurt every time, our EasiYo yogurt sachets contain all the ingredients you need – simply add water. There’s no need to use a bought yogurt as a starter.
Our sachets are specially designed to be used with the EasiYo Yogurt Maker. While there are other ways of making yogurt from scratch, our system makes it easy, fun and fool proof when you follow our instructions!
The temperature of the water you mix the sachet with needs to be 15-20°C. If you live in a warm climate, you may want to chill your tap water in the fridge for a little while to bring it to the correct temperature.
Don’t stress! Your yogurt will keep in the yogurt maker for up to 24 hours without being adversely affected. You may find its tangier in taste due to the longer fermentation time.
This extra liquid is simply whey being 'expressed' from the yogurt and is part of a natural process. Commercial chilled yogurts may contain thickeners and stabilisers to absorb the expressed whey, but we prefer to keep our yogurt free from additives. Simply stir any whey back into the yogurt as it’s highly nutritious, or you can pour the whey off if you prefer thicker yogurt. You can even add the whey to your smoothie for an extra protein boost.
Setting time is related to temperature and can vary depending on the temperature of the water you mixed with your yogurt sachet (15-20°C is ideal) and even the temperature in your kitchen. This variation is entirely normal for a live product that is free from thickening agents.
The EasiYo system is designed to eliminate the hassles of incubating and stabilising milk. Any milk you need is provided in powdered form in the EasiYo sachet – simply add water for delicious yogurt every time.
After 8-12 hours (or 12-16 hours for our Protein range) your yogurt should be put straight into the fridge as the yogurt is still very soft and delicate. We know this is hard, because it’s so tempting to start eating the freshly made EasiYo yogurt right away! However, patience is a great thing, and your fresh yogurt will become a firmer set when chilled in the fridge for a couple of hours.
If your yogurt is still completely runny (like milk) after a few hours in the fridge, please review the instructions on the sachet and check the best before date. Remember, it’s crucial to use the correct water temperature to make up the yogurt sachet, this water must be 15-20°C.
Yes we can! If you’ve tried everything and your yogurt still isn’t setting to your satisfaction, please contact our customer care team here and they’ll be happy to help you out.
Each 200g serve of EasiYo Protein Yogurt contains 17g of protein!
In New Zealand and Australia, the recommended daily intake for protein is 50g for an average adult diet of 8700kj. That means a single serving of EasiYo Protein Yogurt can provide up to 1/3 of your daily protein needs!
You 'll find EasiYo Protein yogurts alongside other EasiYo yogurt sachets at your local Woolworths supermarket, or you can buy online directly from Australian Natural Care.
Due to the special formulation with higher protein, it takes a little longer for the cultures to work their magic. We recommend waiting 12-16 hours for your protein yogurt to set, and remember to chill it for a couple of hours before you eat it.
Yes! You can choose from Unsweetened Protein Yogurt or a Coconut Flavoured Protein Yogurt with Coconut Bits. Take a look here.
Protein Unsweetened does not contain any added sugars, but does contain lactose (naturally occurring milk sugars) of 7.8g/100g. Our Coconut flavoured protein yogurt does contain a small amount of added sugar. See each flavour sachet for details.
Leaving your yogurt to set for longer may result in a stronger tasting, more tangy yogurt. Our protein yogurts need more time to set than our other EasiYo ranges because of its high protein content, which makes the yogurt cultures work very hard! That’s why we recommend leaving it for 12-16 hours before popping it into the fridge to chill.
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