Thanks to Norma Olson from Lake Hills ward for this post
For this recipe you will need a food thermometer, acidephilus capsules (available in the vitamin section of your store), powdered milk, vanilla, plain yogurt, heating pad, two large towels,
When cool, break open two capsules of acidophiles and add to milk
Add 1/2 cup plain yogurt.
And 1 tablespoon vanilla and mix well.
Pour mixture into two 1 quart jars. If you have more yogurt mixture than fits into the jars, use it for bread or anything else you normally use milk for. Screw lid on.
Lay a large towel on your counter, put your heating pad on top of the towel.
Fold the towel over top of
heating pad and set the bottles on top. Wrap the towel over the top and secure.
Wrap the second towel around the whole thing and turn your heating pad to medium.
Let sit for 6 hours.
The yogurt will now be set and ready to eat. Place in refrigerator.
To add flavor, take two envelopes of gelatin and add to 1/4 cup or so of fruit juice and let it sit for 10 minutes to soften the gelatin. Heat 3/4 more cups of juice and add the softened gelatin, stirring well. Using a mixing bowl, add (while still hot) to the yogurt, mixing in well. Since the yogurt will be set, use a whisk to mix thoroughly. Add 8 Tablespoons sugar, or to taste. You can use Splenda. You can also add chopped fruit at this point. Return to fridge and let reset. Pour into individual bowls and let set. (Editor's note: If you could taste how good this is, you would be making it right now!)
6 cups reconstituted powdered milk
2 acidophilus capsules
1/2 cup plain yogurt
1 tablespoon vanilla
to add flavor:
2 envelops gelatin
1 cup juice with or without chopped fruit