review: amande yogurt

Almond milk yogurt. Heard of it? Amande just recently launched their almond milk yogurt.

I was pleasantly surprised to see this (and sample) at a recent food show, but also felt a tad frustrated with myself.  How could I have missed this? I scour the aisles at Whole Foods and the Coop! I feel that finding and reviewing products such as these is my civic duty! So you know what I did the minute I left the food show? I walked up and down the aisles of Whole Foods. Just to be sure I wasn’t missing anything else. :) Can you tell that I’m meant to be in the natural food business?

I sampled the coconut yogurt which I was very surprised with – when I’ve tried soy and coconut yogurts in the past, they have struck me as being a bit runny and not very thick, but this yogurt had almost the consistency of greek yogurt. The coconut flavor was profound and felt like a sweet treat!

Like:

  • thick yogurt texture
  • sweetened with fruit juice
  • dairy free/soy free/gluten free
  • made with live cultures
  • great alternative for those on a diary free diet

Wish:

  • there was more protein (only 3 grams)
  • it wasn’t so sweet! (I must be accustomed to plain, tart yogurt!)

I’m really glad there is another alternative for those who can’t digest dairy. Try it out!

Comments

  1. says

    I am upset with myself – I usually never miss things like this! I have to try it !I love coconut yogurt and am intrigued by almond yogurt. Thank you for posting this!!!

  2. says

    I’m used to tart yogurt, too! Ever since I switched to Greek yogurt, flavored varieties just taste so artificial to me. Do you know if Amande makes a plain flavor?

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