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Liberté Méditerranée yogurt for frozen yogurt

I assume this is a product that is only available in Canada - have any Canadians out there used this yogurt for frozen yogurt? For anyone else reading this, it is 9% milk fat, so I think it would work well. Thoughts?

asked by Catherine over 1 year ago

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PieceOfLayerCake
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added over 1 year ago

Well...custard most certainly has a higher fat content and it freezes into ice cream beautifully!

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Nancy
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added over 1 year ago

This is a quality brand and the three or four flavors I've tasted were very good.
Also, fat level is in same range (+/- 10%) as Greek yogurt in some recipes for frozen yogurt, so I think it would work well.

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Jennifer W
added over 1 year ago

We have Liberte in the southeast US- its soooo good and now that you mention it I want to make some popsicles out of it! Great idea!

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Catherine
added over 1 year ago

I made a recipe called "yogurt ice cream" where you drain the yogurt for a few hours first and then add cream, sugar, and vanilla. It is really, really good with the Méditerranée. I have been making it with Greek yogurt for the last few weeks but it is much creamier this time.

If you haven't had it and you can get it, try the lemon flavour :)

Nancy
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added over 1 year ago

Catherine - glad it worked! And thanks for the tip on the lemon flavour...yes our stores have it, but I have yet to try.

Bevi
added over 1 year ago

We have Liberte in Vermont. It is delicious and I use it interchangeably with Fage yogurt.

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