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Euro Cuisine Automatic Yogurt Maker - YM100

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Make yogurt exactly how you want to with the Euro Cuisine Automatic Yogurt Maker. The modern yogurt maker comes with seven jars so you can make tons of different flavors, and you'll know exactly when they're ready with the built-in timer. This 42-ounce yogurt maker is great for the whole family, and you'll feel good knowing exactly what's going into your body.
Number of Pieces: 8.0
Dimensions (Overall): 6.0 inches (H) x 9.5 inches (W) x 6.0 inches (D)
Material: Plastic, Glass
Capacity (Volume): 42.0 ounces
Includes: Recipe Book, Instruction Manual
Features: Timer, Indicator Lights
Weight: 4.0 pounds
Wattage Output: 15.0 watts
Cycle Time: Approximately 8 hrs.
Amps Required: 1.0 amps
Care and Cleaning: Dishwasher-safe Parts
Warranty: 3 year limited warranty
Warranty Information:To obtain a copy of the manufacturer's warranty for this item, please call Target Guest Services at 1-800-591-3869.
This yogurt maker has seven 6-oz. glass jars that can make up to 42-oz. of yogurt and the option of making 7 different flavors at a time
Each jar comes with a screw-top lid for easy storage after the yogurt is made
Reliable and temperature controlled
TCIN: 11078047
UPC: 737770034163
Item Number (DPCI): 072-04-2221

most helpful positive reviews

Easy to make yogurt!

5 out of 5 stars
6 years ago
I did a lot of searching before I decided to buy this model. I wanted glass jars (trying to reduce unnecessary plastic), and loved the self timer. I know some have complained about how the timer is tricky, not if you read the Instructions first! Making yogurt is basically foolproof! Another great fe...  see moreof 's review
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    It's so easy

    5 out of 5 stars
    Chobani5 years ago
    I just made my first batch of soy yogurt I followed the instruction manual and everything was perfection. I wanted to learn how to make yogurt after doing my research on makers I chose Euro Cuisine YM100 yogurt maker. I will experiment with nut and rice milk next and I will never eat dairy yogurt ag...  see moreof Chobani's review
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      Euro Cusine Yogurt Maker

      5 out of 5 stars
      Beach Mom6 years ago
      I love this yogurt maker. It's easy and efficient. The 7 glass bottles are sturdy. I've dropped one on accident and it was fine. It comes with recipes that we have enjoyed.  see moreof Beach Mom's review
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        Lactose Free yogurt

        5 out of 5 stars
        Allen Acosta8 years ago
        Many years ago I became lactose intolerant. I stopped eating yogurt as well as cheese and milk.I purchased the euro cuisine YM100 hoping to eat yogurt again.I don't like the store bought kind.When I received the maker I decided to use Lactose free milk. While the plain yogurt I used was not lactose ...  see moreof Allen Acosta's review
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          most recent reviews

          Christmas present.

          (would recommend)
          5 out of 5 stars
          bbrmom4 months ago
          verified purchaser
          This is a Christmas present for a daughter. ShW will love it.  see moreof bbrmom's review
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            I really like the euro cuisine automatic yogurt maker-ym100

            (would recommend)
            5 out of 5 stars
            jt2 years ago
            I like the fact that I am able to monitor how much sugar I can add, I also like the automatic timer, I just follow the recipe put it in the jars and can forget about tracking time.  see moreof jt's review
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              (would not recommend)
              1 out of 5 stars
              tati372 years ago
              This is a pretty simple machine. All it has to do is to keep milk warm while it turns into yogurt. It worked fine for a couple of weeks but after that it would over heat the milk mixture resulting in this soup, whey on top and curd on the bottom. I measured the temperature and it turns out it gets u...  see moreof tati37's review
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                (would not recommend)
                1 out of 5 stars
                none3 years ago
                The glass jars look like surplus baby food jars. They are not designed to allow the user to get the yogurt out. Smooth sided jars would have been a much better design. The machine seems to run very very hot compared to my previous yogurt maker. For some reason this yogurt maker got rave reviews on t...  see moreof none's review
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