Product Review: SO Delicious Coconut Yogurts

I’m pretty lucky that most yogurt doesn’t bother my stomach even though I’m decently lactose intolerant, but I always like to try yogurts without milk products. 

The vanilla yogurt was… interesting.  Unsure if I got a funky cup or what, but when I opened the yogurt, it was a solid jello-like block.  I flipped it into a bowl and mashed it up with a spoon, and eventually it got to yogurt texture, and tasted delicious.

I’m a big fan of SO Delicious Coconut Milk, and this yogurt tastes the same: pleasantly sweet and light. It wasn’t too “vanilla-y,” which I like.

I’ve always tried the blueberry and the raspberry, which were not the strange “jello” texture that the vanilla had been.  Makes me suspect I had a fluke with the vanilla’s texture.

I also sampled the SO Delicious Coconut Ice Cream (in vanilla and chocolate) while prowling about Whole Foods, and it was to die for.

Verdict: it’s a win!

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Product Review: Ben & Jerry’s Greek Yogurt

Oh. My. God.

As most of you know, I’m pretty lactose intolerant.  I can do skim milk and yogurts, but anything else and my stomach is having an uprising.  So, when my best friend returned from an archaeological expedition in Azerbaijan and discovered that Ben & Jerry had a Greek Yogurt “froyo,” we had to give it a try – specifically, the Blueberry Vanilla Graham.

Unbelievable.

Deliciousness.

Arguably calorically dense and sugary (1/2cup serving is 200 calories, 23g sugar), it still boasts more protein than usual for an ice cream (6g).  My friend and I split the whole pint (whoops) – but it was that light and not filling at all.  Super creamy, not icy.  Beautiful swirled coloring.  Addicting.

I felt like this dog.

Next on the list?

B&J’s Greek Yogurt PB Banana.  Holy crap, someone lock me in my house before I consume a year’s worth of this stuff.