Ehrmann yogurt comes separate from the fruit mixture which is attached on the side and can be dumped into the yogurt. I was sent four flavors including: blackberry pomegranate, blueberry, cherry, and strawberry.
The first yogurt that I tried was the cherry. The consistency of the yogurt is quite loose. I found it to be like a mix between regular yogurt and a smoothie. The flavor was quite good on its own and I only ended up mixing about 1/3 of the fruit mix in. The cherry mixture had nice big chunks of cherries and was flavorful.
Here is some information about this yogurt:
Europe’s latest addition to American dairy shelves, Ehrmann Yogurt provides a good source of vitamins A & D and each serving supplies 15% of the daily recommended calcium intake (based on a 2,000 calorie diet). Each 5.3 ounce cup packs seven grams of protein and only 1.5 total grams of fat – in just 150 calories or less.
This yogurt is still sold and loved in Europe but is now also made here in Vermont. I like that you can decide how much of the fruit mixture to put in. I also like how the yogurt is different from other ones out there. It was neat to be able to try these Bavarian yogurts!