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Yoghurt Drops

Those little yoghurt drops you can buy from the supermarket that the kiddies love, well here's a recipe that actually works & is pretty close to the real thing. These home-made yoghurt drops come out nice and crunchy.

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Yields1 Serving
 2 egg whites
 250g yoghurt (I used Five a.m. vanilla bean)
 1 Sinchies 500ml pouch
1

Beat the egg whites until they're really stiff. Add the yoghurt and whip until it's combined. Pour the mix into a 500ml Sinchies pouch and begin piping your drops onto some baking paper than has been cut to size to fit your dehydrator. Dehydrate for about 8 hours or until they're nice and crispy.

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I have heard that you can dehydrate these in a low temperature oven but i haven't tried it yet so can't say for sure if it will work.

* Please note that this is not a recipe that has been created by Sinchies. We saw a lady comment on a lunchbox group with this so thought we'd give it a go ourselves. We've made several attempts to find the original source but have been unsuccessful

Ingredients

 2 egg whites
 250g yoghurt (I used Five a.m. vanilla bean)
 1 Sinchies 500ml pouch

Directions

1

Beat the egg whites until they're really stiff. Add the yoghurt and whip until it's combined. Pour the mix into a 500ml Sinchies pouch and begin piping your drops onto some baking paper than has been cut to size to fit your dehydrator. Dehydrate for about 8 hours or until they're nice and crispy.

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3

I have heard that you can dehydrate these in a low temperature oven but i haven't tried it yet so can't say for sure if it will work.

Yoghurt Drops

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