This mould for cheese is the new must-have in your kitchen

Listen up cheese lovers, because today we are taking it to another level. Have you ever thought about making your own cheese? Well, you’re in luck because there is a mould for making homemade fresh cheese, and it is very easy to do! 

The mould costs less than €10 and is a great alternative for making cheese which is healthy and natural, without any chemical components such as additives or preservatives. In addition, it is entirely artisan and there is nothing better than that feeling of eating something tasty that you have made with your own hands.

How to make fresh cheese at home

The first thing you need to know is that you don’t need to be a super chef to make your own cheese. Seriously, it is super easy! And the trick to its simplicity is thanks to the cheese mould , an essential container for you to prepare the entire recipe in step by step. You will try it for yourself soon enough, but it is so quick and easy that, using this utensil, you will never get bored of making it.

El mould for making fresh cheese from InnovaGoods it also includes a manual with detailed instructions and the ingredients needed to make the cheese and several recipes so you can experiment in the kitchen. Go on, admit it, a recipe with cheese in is always (always) better! 

So now, let’s look at how we can make fresh homemade cheese. 

Ingredients of the fresh cheese

This recipe is one of the simplest you can find because you will only need two ingredients: milk and a natural acidulant.

The acid is in charge of turning the milk into cheese. As you can imagine, there are several different types and each of them adds their own touch to the cheese. For example, vinegar gives it a lumpier texture; lemon and lime add freshness, a little colour and a smooth texture; and yoghurt adds are more acidic flavour and creamy texture. 

In most basic cheese recipes, you will see that they use milk and lemon juice, but we encourage you to experiment with other acids so you can choose your favourite texture and flavour. 

An easy and quick process for making cheese in a mould

To make this recipe you need:

  • 1 litre of fresh pasteurised milk of animal origin. Long life milk is not suitable (the one you can usually buy in a carton), you need to use refrigerated milk. 
  • 2 tablespoons of lemon juice.

  • 1. Pour the milk into the cheese mould container and heat it up in the microwave for approximately 10-12 seconds on full power.

    2. Add the two tablespoons of lemon juice to the container with the warm milk. Remember that you can replace it for other acids like vinegar, lime or yoghurt.

    3. Stir the mixture well and you will notice a cracked texture forming which contains lumps. Your cheese is nearly done!

    4. Leave it to rest for 30 minutes at room temperature. Now it’s time to get creative, if you want to add a personal touch to your cheese, you can do it now, adding herbs, spices, salt or anything you can think of.

    5. After 30 minutes, it's time to move the mixture to the strainer to remove the whey. Insert the strainer into the first container and leave it in the fridge for at least one hour.

    6. Now you have made your first homemade cheese and you just need to remove it from the mould and serve it to your taste. It’s that simple! Now you have no more excuses to add this unique touch that only cheese can offer to your new recipes. If you have a great mould to make cheese in the kitchen, you have already seen how quick and simple it is, and you are bound to enjoy making it.

    InnovaGoods Mould for Making Fresh Cheese

    Price: €9.90



    When it comes to making fresh cheese with our mould, you should use fresh pasteurised and refrigerated milk. You will be able to use cow, goat or sheep's milk, or a mixture of several. Try it out for yourself and get the flavour you like best!

    Are you lactose intolerant? Don’t worry, you can use lactose-free milk. If you prefer, as an interesting fact, the longer the curing time of the cheese, the lower the lactose content it has.

    Any type of cheese should be kept in the fridge. We also recommend leaving it to “breathe” and not using an airtight container.