The Truth About Maple Hill Creamery
“This is NOT your typical organic yogurt,” says Millie, one of Maple Hill Creamery’s finest 100% grass-fed cows. “It’s so much more!”
Millie (quoted above) helped produce one of the best creamline yogurts I’ve ever had.
Maple Hill Creamery Memories:
To this day, I still remember enjoying my first Maple Hill Creamery yogurt as the fine folks of my local tree-removal service removed the only tree from my property. (Sadly, it was a pretty-much-dead tree.)
I found it ironic that the Maple tree being removed was also the name of the Yogurt in my fridge. And the flavor? Maple. As you see, it was clearly meant to be enjoyed on such a day. Irony at it’s best.
I took the wrapper off and licked it, because why not.
Holy tartness! That was NOT what I had expected… even though the top wrapper also clearly states “TART & TANGY.” Duh, Stacey.
The thick cream ended up on the lid, and after tasting it by itself, I mixed it into the yogurt. Much better!
After mixing in the creamy goodness, the yogurt was incredibly smooth and creamy and wasn’t overly thick like most other yogurts. (Imagine a butternut squash soup consistency.)
The Maple flavor wasn’t as strong as I hoped, but the yogurt certainly wasn’t flavorless either.
For only 150 calories, this yogurt gave me a boost of happiness on an otherwise sad day.
Other Maple Hill Creamery Products:
The Vanilla-flavored yogurt is superb on it’s own or with fresh sliced organic strawberries on top.
The Plain yogurt is albeit, plain…. but is great with a dash of granola or cinnamon mixed in.
The Wild Blueberry is not as flavorful as I’d like (I’d prefer practically a whole blueberry bush in mine) but it is quite delicious to 98% of humans who like blueberry.
Would I Recommend Maple Hill Creamery’s Yogurt?
Overall, this was a good experience (minus loosing our tree), and I look forward to trying Maple Hill Creamery’s other organic yogurts including Lemon and even Orange Creme! Highly recommended!