If I had known all along how easy this was to make, I would have been doing this instead of buying it! I LOVE Greek yogurt. I use it in dips, in desserts, and in my baking. It’s so creamy and full that it makes other yogurt seem weak. My only issue with Greek yogurt is its expense. It’s $5 for a teeny container or nearly $2 for a single serving. I can’t justify that.
Well, I have found a solution.
Are you ready for the easiest recipe of all time (aside from just buying something from the store)??
Homemade Greek Yogurt
Source: Sunny Anderson
Yields 2 1/2 cups
4 cups plain lowfat yogurt
Line a strainer with a paper towel and place the towel-covered strainer on top of a bowl. You don’t want the bottom of the strainer to touch the bowl.
Pour yogurt into strainer and place in fridge for 7-8 hours or overnight. When it’s done, the liquid will be in the bowl and you will be left with the delectable Greek yogurt in the strainer. Please note that the amount of yogurt will reduce, but you will still have plenty to use. Discard liquid in bowl.