Think making yogurt involves a churning mechanism and an old Amish woman? Think again. Your slow cooker and two ingredients are all it takes. Yup, two ingredients: milk and what’s left of the yogurt you bought at the grocery store. You’ve just saved yourself a ton of money for the week. Be sure to reserve a half of a cup of this batch to use as a starter next time.
- ½ gallon milk (whole milk will make the yogurt thicker, but any milk works)
- ½ Cup plain unflavored yogurt (any kind with live active cultures will do)