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    Default Frugal Flavoring For Homemade Yogurt

    I go through alot of yogurt at my house, so I decided to start making
    homemade yogurt. I use all powdered milk and follow the instructions
    in The Tightwad Gazette. So, all that was left was to find a way to
    flavor it...don't know about you, but vanilla yogurt is good, but
    gets old quick.

    Stumbled on a very cheap and easy way to flavor it. Generic
    unsweetened kool-aid packets. Just mix 1/4 tsp of the powder into a
    cup of yogurt. Delicious! Each packet costs me 10 cents and has 1

    3/4 tsp in it. So enough flavoring for 7 cups of yogurt for 10 cents!

    Mary in MN
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    Default Re: Frugal Flavoring For Homemade Yogurt

    I cut this recipe in half with plain nonfat yogurt and black cherry Kool-Aid. I added a tablespoon of sugar and 1/8th teaspoon of black cherry Kool-Aid to the plain nonfat yogurt. Tasted like flavored yogurt. If you do it without the sugar, it is really sour/tangy tasting.

 

 

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