Ice cream that stretches out every day when hot days continue. Consumption is increasing, and it seems that the stomach area and wallet will be difficult during the summer.
Therefore, the author paid attention to "yogurt ice cream," which has been a hot topic on Twitter for the past few years. It's a simple dessert that you put a stick in a commercially available multi-pack type yogurt and freeze it , but this is very delicious with a texture different from ice cream and a refreshing sweetness ...!
The author who happened to be completely captivated by Danon Bio at home. Suddenly, I was wondering if there were differences in taste and texture depending on the manufacturer, so this time I decided to compare the three types of "Meiji Bulgaria Yogurt," "Danonbio," and "Bihidas."
As for the sticks used for yogurt ice cream, we recommend sticks, spoons, and disposable chopsticks for ice cream. Make a small hole with a knife first and insert the stick straight in to make it easier to remove later.
After freezing it in the freezer, pull out the stick and the cup to complete. When taking it out, leave the container outside for a while and push it out from the bottom to make it easier to take it out.
Meiji Bulgaria Yogurt (blueberries & 4 kinds of hydrangea berries) has a crispy ice cream-like texture. The sweetness is also the most modest and refreshing. The berries that appear here and there are delicious.
On the other hand, Danon Bio (Sicilian lemon) has a mellow and smooth mouthfeel that is close to the image of frozen yogurt. I feel the richness of the milk.
The texture of Bihidas (aloe) is about halfway between the two. The crispness and richness of the milk are well-balanced, giving the impression of being the most popsicle-like. This flavor has a refreshing accent on aloe.
The one I liked the most this time was Bihidas yogurt ice cream (maybe it had an aloe effect). Each one has a different personality, so I think it's fun to change it according to the mood of the day. "Easy, cheap, delicious" yogurt ice cream with 3 beats, if you haven't experienced it yet, please try it this summer!