You must have seen Gelato stores opening in malls and shopping areas in your city. While Gelato is an Italian frozen dessert, it looks and feels very similar to ice creams. So how do you differentiate between Gelato and Ice cream? What is the difference between the two, and which one is better for you?
There are 3 main differences between Gelato and Ice cream.
1. Gelato is much lower in fat. While ice cream contains up to 25% fat, gelato has only 9% fat content.
2. Gelato is more dense. Ice cream has 50% air churned into it, but Gelato has only 20-30% air in it.
3. Gelato is made from real fruit puree, but ice cream may have real fruit or synthetic flavours in it.
Gelato is typically served 10-15 degrees warmer than ice cream. This helps in better appreciation and enjoyment of the bold flavours.