Ice-Cream vs. Gelato vs. Fro-Yo vs. Sorbet vs. Frozen Custard- so many options. Here’s what’s the difference, how to choose the best & my fave frozen treat! Ah, so glad the season to talk about frozen desserts is here. And while I take my sweet time to decide which one I wanna eat today, let’s do this Frozen Dessert War – Ice-Cream vs. Gelato vs. Fro-Yo vs. well, you know!! Yay 🙂 Best war ever!!
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So after much careful consideration, I’ve reached the decision for what I like the best amongst all frozen sweet treats – and the winner of this yummy war is – drum-rolls please – GELATO! Woo-hoo! It just seems that gelato is fresh and tasty, and evokes Italian music in my mind.
I was confused between ice-cream vs. gelato vs. sorbet. But gelato is not overdone like ice-cream and not overly sweet like sorbet, and simpler than fro-yo (which was a close contender) or frozen custard. And that’s what I want to have today!!! Let’s go! 😀
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