Besides healthy and beneficial probioctic soymilk ahd hummus, Wildwood Organics also make soyogurt which is Organic Probiotic Soy Yogurt with live and active cultures. Soyogurt flavors included: Unsweetened Plain, Blueberry, Peach, Vanilla, Strawberry, and Raspberry. I got the chance to try out the low-fat blueberry probiotic soyogurt.
Purplish blueberry color with a blueberry speckles throughout the cup. I did come across 1 whole blueberry in the mix. Smells like a blueberry yogurt. The consistency is pretty thick and creamy for a standard non-Greek yogurt which is probably due to the fact that this is low-fat and not non-fat. This is my first soy yogurt ever and I could not tell it is a soy yogurt if someone gave it to me in an unmarked bowl. Tasted sweet like normal yogurt. I had to to try really hard to taste the soy flavor. I could not taste the “tart and tangy” taste from the probiotics like I did with the probiotic soymilk and probiotic hummus. I really like the 5 grams of fiber in there. This is low-fat, and not non-fat, so it was rich and creamy.
One 6 oz cup is 150 calories, 2 WW, 3 grams of fat, no cholesterol, 40 milligram of sodium, 240 milligram of potassium, 26 grams of carbohydrates, 5 grams of dietary fiber, 16 grams of sugar, and 5 grams of protein.
From the Container:
The only Soy Yogurt made in a non-dairy plant.
100% U.S Grown Organic Soybeans. The majority of which are grown less than 100 miles from out Soyogurt plant.
Free of Dairy, Eggs & Gluten
Vegan & Kosher
210 mg Omega-3
55 mg Choline
If you are lactose intolerant, gluten sensitive or vegan and love yogurt, get this and you will not be disappointed. I would hoard this stuff if I had a dietary restriction like that. The unsweetened plain is excellent for those who don’t want too much sugar in their diet. No sugar-added.
Retails: $0.99 per 6 oz cup @ Whole Foods
My Cost: Free
Calories: 150 per cup