Silk Yogurt: Peach & Mango, and Vanilla

Midge Raymond

Midge Raymond is a co-founder of Ashland Creek Press. She is the author of the novel My Last Continent and the award-winning short story collection Forgetting English.

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While we’ve been enjoying Silk soy milk for many years, this is our first taste of Silk yogurt, and we are so happy to make this discovery.

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We tried peach and mango flavor, and it’s outstanding.

vegan cheese tasting silk yogurt

The yogurt is bursting with flavor and has bits of fruit mixed in (which isn’t always a good thing, but in this case it works!)

vegan cheese tasting silk ypgurt

This yogurt is also perfectly textured — rich, creamy, and perfect for those who want thick yogurt but not-quite-Greek-style-thick.

It can be enjoyed plain, but we mixed in some museli, nuts, and fruits, and it was delicious.

vegan cheese tasting breakfast

We also sampled Silk’s vanilla flavor, and it was quite good, but not nearly as flavorful, so we’d go for peach & mango over this one.

silk-vanilla

The only problem with this amazing yogurt (as well as the others we’ve sampled) is that the sugar content is up there with our favorite vegan ice creams. To give you an idea, here are the sugar amounts per serving (about 150 grams) for the yogurts we’ve reviewed so far:

Silk — 17 grams

Kite Hill – 14 grams

So Delicious — 18 grams

Daiya – 13 grams (blueberry), 15 grams (black cherry)

This is like eating dessert at breakfast (not that there’s anything wrong with that). So if you’re watching your sugar intake, this may not be the best daily food for you. If sugar isn’t an issue, then it most definitely is worth every bite.