National Frozen Yogurt Day is celebrated on February 6 of every year. Frozen Yogurt is a frozen dessert made with yogurt, and sometimes other dairy products will be added. It is ice cream, and since using milk instead of cream, it is lower in fat. Recently it is termed as low- fat or light Ice Cream as it differs from Ice milk and regular soft serve. Frozen Yogurt may contain some live and active bacteria cultures. Hence National Frozen Yogurt Day is a perfect day to enjoy the tart taste of Yogurt with your family members, friends, and even co-workers.
“I’m obsessed with frozen yogurt because you don’t feel totally guilty eating it. It’s not as bad as ice cream, and during the hot summer months, it’s a great way to just refresh.” – Caroline Sunshine
History of Frozen Yogurt Day
The creator or inventor of National Frozen Yogurt Day was still unknown. People in the Middle East and India are eating Yogurt for nearly four millennia, and it was brought to the USA in the early 1900s. It gradually increased as healthy food when the population gets increased. Dannon, Multinational Food Products Corporation in French started to sell Yogurt in United the States of America from 1930 as a prepackaged Yogurt. By the time of 1970 freezing and production, technology was transferred to the production of Frozen Yogurt as the popularity of ice cream surging, and consumers started to complain about the taste of Yogurt. So if you are looking for a heart-healthy dessert with all the flavour and punch of Icecream, just get out there and buy yourself a Frozen Yogurt.
Other Celebrations on February 6
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How to Celebrate National Frozen Yogurt Day
The best way to celebrate the National Frozen Yogurt Day is enjoying the taste of Frozen Yogurt with your family members and friends. You can also try your favourite Frozen Yogurt recipe at your home. Share them with your family members, friends and even with co-workers. Gather your friends and conduct and Frozen Yogurt themed party. Take pictures while eating Frozen Yogurt and then share those pictures with others by using the hashtag #FrozenYogurtDay.