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If you want it to be even thicker, strain the yogurt with some coffee filters or cheesecloth (about four layers) to get super thick Greek style yogurt.

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MsTeechur February 07, 2013

This is the closest thing to Greek yogurt I've ever made!!! This is a super hit in our household. The texture is so thick and smooth. And you are so right about the thicker yogurt being achieved by adding more powdered milk. I absolutely live this recipe!!! Putting it in a wide mouth thermos is such a grand idea!! It's much better than using a yogurt maker. No electricity needed :) I can't thank you enough for sharing this one. You ROCK!!!!!

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yedenmatka January 08, 2013

Welp wenchy woman. . .it WORKED!!!! My yogurt turned out thick and wonderful!!! I can't believe it. I have tried countless yogurt recipes and sometimes they are OK and sometimes they are runny. But this one is actually THICK! I used the sauce pan method instead of the crockpot (to cut down on time). My thermos only holds 4 cups, so I used the following measurements: 3 cups whole milk, 6 T powdered milk, 3 T whole milk plain yogurt. Let it sit for about 5 hours in the thermos, then dumped it into a container to put in the fridge and let it sit overnight (another 10 hours or so). WAY TO GO on this fun and easy method.

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JanuaryBride September 23, 2010
Yogurt (Crock Pot)