Friday, August 12, 2016

Tempt Hemp Yogurt Review

Can I get a hip hip hooray because it's Friday!?! But seriously it's finally Friday and the weekend is so close I can almost taste it. I'm pumped because I have a lot of fun things going on this weekend and I can't wait to get to it all. 

Anyway, today I'm super pumped to share a product review with you. This is in NO way sponsored. I found this product on my own at a health food store and wanted to share it with you because I think it's really great. 

I came across Tempt hemp yogurt last week while shopping a health food store and had to try it. It's gluten, dairy, nut, and soy free and it's vegan. I've tried a LOT of dairy free yogurts over the past few months, everything from soy to coconut yogurt, but none of them had any protein. They are all largely carbs with a little fat so I never felt the need to waste macros on them. Needless to say when I cam across this yogurt I was intrigued because it has 10 grams of protein. 

For the plain flavor one container is 130 calories 14g carbs, 4g fat, 10g protein. The macros aren't bad at all and the ingredients (there's only a few of them) are all non GMO so you don't have to worry about ingesting harmful chemicals. 

The taste and texture of the yogurt was different from anything I've had before. It's thick like regular greek yogurt, but it's has a unique flavor to it from the hemp seeds. The flavor is hard to describe until you try it, but it's not bad at all. If you're used to having coconut yogurt this will definitely be a change for you because it's so much thicker. I added a little sprinkle of stevia to the plain flavor to sweeten it up a little and some raspberries, but overall I really liked it. It did come in three other flavors- strawberry, raspberry and blueberry, but I only tried the original. It reminded me of eating greek yogurt during the good old days before I became sensitive to milk. 

So, the one downside to Tempt's dairy free yogurt is the price. I've only ever seen it at this health food market, but it was $2.59 for a single serving container. I consider that to be way pricey given it's only one serving, so I would only get it as a special treat once in a while (still living on the college budget, or lack thereof).

Overall, the yogurt was really tasty and the macros are great for dairy free yogurt. I've yet to find another plant based yogurt with this much protein. I'd definitely recommend trying it!

1 comment:

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