I still can clearly recall when I was 5 years old walking down to the general store and someone buying me an ice cream. You know the ones in the little plastic container with the paper lid that you pull off and eat the ice cream with a wooden spoon? YUM!
When frozen yogurt first came out I was excited! Much to my dismay, it was typically granular with ice particles and could not compete with real ice cream. Fortunately today that story has changed.
My favorite is Chapman’s. Their frozen yogurt is so creamy and tasty that I am never going back to ice cream. I love Chapman’s Vanilla with Chocolate Chunks and Caramel Frozen Yogurt — it just sets my taste buds a tingling. Drool! 🙂 They do an excellent job with their vanilla frozen yogurt, and it is the one I use when I want to serve a dessert to guests.
Chapman’s also makes ice cream so I decided that it was only fair to do a comparison of their products. Their frozen yogurt is 17% – 38% lower in calories which translates to less fat content and less cholesterol. It was interesting to note in this comparison that the Sodium content increased.
Unfortunately Chapman’s is only available in Canada. You may need to do some hunting and taste testing to find a good frozen yogurt in your market area, however, don’t despair. The hunt is definitely worth the wait… and the taste!