What is the difference between Gelato and Ice Cream ?



Gelato and ice cream are creamy, frozen desserts made from ingredients including dairy and sugar. Gelato was first made in Italy, though there's some confusion over where it originated. Some believe it that it was first made in Sicily while others believe it originated in Florence.

How they’re made

Gelato and ice cream share three main ingredients — dairy, sugar, and air. The difference lies in their proportions.

Texture and Flavor

Gelato is silkier in texture and a bit denser than ice cream. This denseness allows gelato to pack more flavor than traditional ice cream. Gelato also usually takes its flavors from natural sources.

Ice cream’s typically higher air content makes its texture soft and lightweight. Although, it's more butterfat than gelato, which means it's may not be as flavorful.

Which should you choose ?

If you prefer a colder, firmer treat with a more buttery mouthfeel, ice cream will satisfy your needs. If you prefer a more concentrated burst of flavor and silkier frozen treat that’s lower in fat, gelato way to go.

Eskimos gelatos are packed full of natural ingredients, and seriously no artificial preservatives, colorants, genetically modified ingredients. Enjoy your cup or cone without the guilt.

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