|2015 was definitely the year of yogurt bliss.|
Both brands had distinctive qualities, making it impossible to truly crown a champion.
I enjoyed Daiya's rich, ultra thick Greek style and Kite Hill's superbly sophisticated creation. At Whole Foods Market, Daiya is priced at $1.69 and Kite Hill (a Whole Foods Market exclusive) is priced at $1.99-- so as far as breaking budget goes they're reasonable for vegan yogurt standards.
Try out these great treats alone or place them in a smoothie like here!
Either way, I hope Daiya and Kite Hill's new yogurts stick around to 2016 and beyond!
|Kite Hill's Strawberry was an amazingly whipped treat. Real tart strawberry bits in a smooth, velvety cream unlike yogurt of the past.|
|Move over Chobani! Daiya's Blueberry is thick and luxurious with delightful bursts of juicy, plump blueberries....|
|while Kite Hill's Blueberry is like blended cream. Nothing artificial about the flavor. Pure perfection.|
|Daiya's Black Cherry is my favorite-- likely due to both my partial love for cherries and that irresistible thickness that feigns ice cream.|