There is no Greek frozen yogurt but they do make their own Greek yogurt. I spotted five kinds: Greek yogurt (plain), “Extra thick” Greek yogurt, Greek yogurt with honey, Greek yogurt with sour cherry, and Greek yogurt with figs. It’s offered on the dessert and breakfast menu of the restaurant. You can also buy tubs in the grocery area.
* Homemade Greek yogurt ($4.99 for 12 oz): Plain, unsweetened, it’s tangy and sour in a good, natural yogurt way. The texture was smooth and creamy.
* Homemade Greek yogurt with sour cherry ($5.99 for 14 oz): The sour cherry syrup with a few whole cherries is swirled into the plain Greek yogurt. The texture was grainier than the other tub of yogurt for some reason. But in terms of taste, it had what I was looking for – tang and cherry flavor. The cherries are more sweet than sour, despite the name. The texture was thick and rich.
Their yogurt is good, but the yogurt I get at the farmer’s markets in and around Los Angeles is better.
4 out of 5 stars.
You know you love me. X0 X0, fro-yo girl.
* PAPA CRISTO’S: 2771 W Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90006
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