Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Save the Earth While Enjoying the Chilly Weather with Refreshing Froyos in Yogurt Paper Cups

Froyos or frozen yogurts are the latest treats to hit the American kitchen. Practically unheard of just a few years ago, frozen yogurts are not only healthy but deliciously-tasting too. Filled with protein, calcium, and healthy lactobacillus bacteria, it’s not surprising that consumers prefer froyos instead of the usual ice cream. Frozen yogurts also contain half the calories present in an equal portion of ice cream. Additionally, just as food aficionados are concerned with eating healthy, consumers are equally aware of helping the environment. With the birth of eco-friendly yogurt paper cups, consumers can have the best of both worlds in frozen yogurts served in yogurt paper cups.

Frozen yogurts can easily be purchased. Not a single store can be found that doesn’t offer refreshing frozen yogurts served in yogurt paper cups. Even the supermarkets are bound to have frozen yogurts in stock. If you’d rather make froyos right in your own kitchen, that’s perfectly fine as well, because frozen yogurts are easier to make than traditional ice cream. Homemade frozen yogurts are less expensive at a third of the cost of store-bought brands, minus the emulsifiers, stabilizers, preservatives, and antioxidants – it’s a good thing. Some frozen yogurt brands on the market even have “dead” bacteria instead of the recommended live bacteria.

When making homemade froyos, don’t forget to purchase yogurt paper cups for that feeling of accomplishment – eating delicious and healthy treats while saving the earth with environmentally-friendly yogurt paper cups. Yogurt paper cups feature premium double poly paper that can also be great for ice-cream, gelato, noodles, and salad. The double poly paper prevents leaking while adding resilience for better usage for both hot and cold foods., a manufacturer of Karat® and Karat® Earth products, has recently introduced the advantages of using yogurt paper cups for a more environment friendly tradition. Other eco-friendly products are plastic cups, straws, and utensils. All eco-friendly products are biodegradable, reusable, and made from renewable resources.