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I’ve had the wonderful opportunity to sample several flavors of Turkey Hill All Natural Gelato that is made with simple ingredients and I have come to the conclusion that all natural gelato is unlike anything I’ve tasted in the line of dairy products. It’s way better. It taste amazing and I even enjoyed a flavor I wouldn’t have normally selected but found to be my favorite. The four flavors I received are: chocolate chocolate chip, hazelnut, peach mango and sea salted caramel. And yes, each one tasted as amazing as they sound.

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I was so surprised by the fact that the containers were packaged so well in a cooler (and in the perfect amount of dry ice) that none of them had melted in the least little bit en route to Georgia. In fact, I had to leave them out long enough to soften them up enough to scoop and serve.

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Abby’s favorite turned out to be the chocolate chocolate chip (no surprise there and she’s a big chocolate lover) and she’s been enjoying it while watching TV after school. I asked her what her favorite thing about it is and her response was “it’s good” so there you go. It’s good. She wears it well, lol.

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My favorite was a bit of a surprise to me which was the Hazelnut. I’ve never been a big fan of nut flavors but the taste was out of this world delicious and I can’t wait to purchase more of this. I shared some with Mary who is a friend of mine that came over this past weekend. She agreed that it’s all that and then some.

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I even added some to our iced coffee. Picture this, iced coffee latte combined with Turkey Hill all natural Gelato processed with only the finest of fresh milk, cream, vanilla and real sugar. FYI did you know that Turkey Hill Dairy is the first major ice cream brand to offer an all natural gelato?

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Chunks of hazelnut fudge in every swallow…

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I could taste the fresh peaches used in the peach mango gelato. It was like biting down into a fresh Georgia peach which reminded me I need to buy some for my peach jam. I feel like I’m in Italy with each and every one of the “inspired by Italian gelato recipes.”

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I had a bowl of the sea salted caramel gelato this morning because I was craving the chunks of caramel in each bite. Smooth, creamy and delicious.

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There are four other flavors of Turkey Hill Gelato and the next one I try will definitely be the Coffee Chip. I can almost taste it now. I’m sure it would taste delightful in my iced coffee. I love sitting outdoors on my patio, late afternoon, sipping on iced coffee with all natural gelato mixed in. Another choice I’m going to try is the chocolate peanut butter. Oh my. The purely vanilla or the mint chocolate chip will be my next purchase. I can’t decide between them which one will win as third place. Because Turkey Hill Gelato is available at select retailers wherever Turkey Hill products are sold, it’s easy to buy them online and off. I’ve provided a link below to find your nearest retailer because I don’t want you to miss out on the chance to try this all natural gelato. It’s so much richer and denser than ice cream and I’m certain you’ll be as amazed with the texture as I was.

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  1. Melai

    May 15, 2015 at 11:25 am

    I have not heard of Turkey Hill and I’m not sure if these are available here in Singapore. I gotta check, they look so yummy! :)

  2. CourtneyLynne

    May 14, 2015 at 9:13 pm

    Omg!!!! This gelato looks absolutely delicious! Just had dinner not to long ago and a bowl of this for desert would be amazing!!! Yummy!!!

  3. DogVills (@DogVills)

    May 14, 2015 at 3:47 pm

    This looks delicious. I love Gelato so do my kids and I am sure they will absolutely love the hazelnut flavor. They are huge nut fans

  4. Elizabeth O.

    May 14, 2015 at 4:09 am

    We’ve never tried this brand. Their gelato looks really good.

  5. Tiaras & Tantrums

    May 14, 2015 at 12:19 am

    I’m with you – I adore an awesome gelato! Ever since I traveled to Italy, i am hard pressed to find one I like!

  6. Michele Bergh

    May 13, 2015 at 10:40 pm

    Gelato has become a nice option to eat during the hot summer days. This looks like a good brand to try out. Thanks for telling us about it.

  7. Susan Quackenbush

    May 13, 2015 at 6:31 pm

    Gelato is my absolute favorite! We used to have a little shop downtown but it closed a few months ago. :( I’ll have to go check out their website! Thank you for the great post! :)

  8. Kimberly

    May 13, 2015 at 1:58 pm

    Alright the sea salt Carmel would be my favorite without even trying it I know lol. I can’t recall ever having gelato before, but I will be looking for it now for sure.

  9. Christy Maurer

    May 13, 2015 at 1:56 pm

    I wish that gelato was kind to my stomach because it is SO good! That peach looks amazing. I can have ice cream with no issues but gelato is too rich for me apparently. :(

  10. Amy G

    May 13, 2015 at 10:17 am

    Wow, that looks really good. My family and I just recently started buying Gelato. We never had it before that. We love it.

  11. Robin (Masshole Mommy)

    May 13, 2015 at 9:53 am

    I have had Turkey Hill ice cream in the past, but never their gelato. As an Italian, I feel it’s my obligation to try it ;)

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