Silk Oat Yeah Oatmilkgurt is a Mouthful of Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free Yogurt

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I posted about So Delicious Oatmilk Yogurt last week, but Danone actually launched Silk Oat Yeah Oatmilkgurt first. The company says it was a “natural next step” after the launch of Silk Oat Yeah Oatmilk earlier this year.

This dairy-free oatmilk yogurt is made from a creamy combination of gluten-free oats and live and active cultures, and it’s available in four somewhat common flavors. The ingredients are also a bit familiar. If you look closely, you’ll notice that they’re nearly identical to the So Delicious Oatmilk Yogurt. So if you’re a fan of one brand, it’s probable that you will like the other.

Silk Oat Yeah Oatmilkgurt Review and Information - Vegan and gluten-free certified, dairy-free oatmilk yogurt

Silk Oat Yeah Oatmilkgurt is a Mouthful of Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free Yogurt

We are a but puzzled by all of the cutesy and confusing names on this Silk product. The “Oat Yeah” label makes me think of the Kool-aid man, which doesn’t seem like the best association for a plant-based brand. The term “Oatmilkgurt” sounds like a Swedish product at IKEA, and calling each flavor “The XXX One” is just, well, a little weird. We’d love it if they just called it Silk Oatmilk Yogurt in Vanilla, Mixed Berry, Strawberry, and Mango, but apparently simplicity is boring.

Hopefully they spent as much time perfecting the formula for this product as they did creating the name. But you be the judge! We have the product details here and a place for you to leave your own rating and review below once you’ve tried Silk Oat Yeah Oatmilkgurt (say that five times fast!).

The Vanilla One

Silk Oat Yeah Oatmilkgurt Review and Information - Vegan and gluten-free certified, dairy-free oatmilk yogurtIngredients: oatmilk (filtered water, whole oat flour), cane sugar, faba bean protein, corn starch, pectin, calcium citrate, natural flavor, vanilla bean, live and active cultures, vitamin d2, vitamin b12.

Nutrition (per 5.3-ounce serving): 80 calories, 0g fat, 17g carbs, 2g fiber, 9g sugars (includes 9g added sugars), 3g protein. Fortified with the following RDA percentages: 10% calcium, 10% vitamin D, 50% vitamin B12.*

The Mixed Berry One

Silk Oat Yeah Oatmilkgurt Review and Information - Vegan and gluten-free certified, dairy-free oatmilk yogurtIngredients: oatmilk (filtered water, whole oat flour), cane sugar, blueberries, strawberries, faba bean protein, corn starch, blackberry puree, pectin, calcium citrate, natural flavor, citric acid, fruit and vegetable juice (for color), live and active cultures, vitamin d2, vitamin b12.

Nutrition (per 5.3-ounce serving): 80 calories, 0g fat, 16g carbs, 2g fiber, 8g sugars (includes 8g added sugars), 3g protein. Fortified with the following RDA percentages: 10% calcium, 10% vitamin D, 50% vitamin B12.*

The Strawberry One

Silk Oat Yeah Oatmilkgurt Review and Information - Vegan and gluten-free certified, dairy-free oatmilk yogurtIngredients: oatmilk (filtered water, whole oat flour), cane sugar, strawberries, faba bean protein, corn starch, strawberry puree, pectin, calcium citrate, fruit and vegetable juice (for color), citric acid, natural flavor, live and active cultures, vitamin d2, vitamin b12.

Nutrition (per 5.3-ounce serving): 80 calories, 0g fat, 16g carbs, 2g fiber, 8g sugars (includes 8g added sugars), 3g protein. Fortified with the following RDA percentages: 10% calcium, 10% vitamin D, 50% vitamin B12.*

The Mango One

Silk Oat Yeah Oatmilkgurt Review and Information - Vegan and gluten-free certified, dairy-free oatmilk yogurtIngredients: oatmilk (filtered water, whole oat flour), cane sugar, mango, faba bean protein, corn starch, mango puree, pectin, calcium citrate, citric acid, natural flavor, live and active cultures, annatto (for color), vitamin d2, vitamin b12.

Nutrition (per 5.3-ounce serving): 80 calories, 0.5g fat, 17g carbs, 2g fiber, 9g sugars (includes 8g added sugars), 3g protein. Fortified with the following RDA percentages: 10% calcium, 10% vitamin D, 50% vitamin B12.*

More Allergen Notes

A representative of Danone, the makers of Silk Oat Yeah, said that this product is made in a dairy-free facility. But be sure to double check with the brand if you are dealing with a severe or sensitive food allergy.

More Facts on Silk Oat Yeah Oatmilkgurt

Price: $1.89 per 5.3-ounce cup

Availability: Silk Oat Yeah Oatmilkgurt is already rolling out to retailers across the U.S. Look for it at both mainstream grocers and natural food stores.

Certifications: Silk Oat Yeah Oatmilkgurt is Certified Vegan, Non-GMO Verified, and Certified Gluten-Free.

Dietary Notes: By ingredients, Silk Oat Yeah Oatmilkgurt is dairy-free / non-dairy, egg-free, gluten-free, nut-free, peanut-free, soy-free, vegan, plant-based, and vegetarian.*

For More Product Information: Visit the Silk website at silk.com.

*Always read the ingredient and nutrition statement prior to consumption. Ingredients, processes, and labeling are subject to change at any time for any company or product. Contact the company to discuss their manufacturing processes if potential allergen cross-contamination is an issue for you. No food product can be guaranteed “safe” for every individual’s needs. You should never rely on ingredient and allergen statements alone if dealing with a severe food allergy. 

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Strawberry OatYeah

5.0 rating
June 15, 2020

I genuinely loved the taste! The consistency was good and the flavor was bitter, in a good way! Definitely going to buy again!

Anna B

Great for a frozen sorbet low cal treat.

4.0 rating
February 12, 2020

But that’s where it ends! I used 2 containers, vanilla and strawberry ,
Plus a bag of Trader Joe’s organic strawberries.
Put the runny yogurt and the berries in my Vitamix, ran it for 44-55 seconds, and I made some great low cal frozen sorbet. Alone, it’s really not greatt though. But I cannot tolerate dairy and look for low sugar, no sweeteners like stevia or monk fruit added. So this fit the bill.

Irene B

Not the Worst Thing Ever, But Wouldn't Buy Again

2.0 rating
January 21, 2020

I unfortunately feel like this is going to be a big fail for Silk. First off, I LOVE that they’re lower sugar than the almond milk ones I normally buy. It’s about time Silk produces something with lower sugar. I was really excited to try these, so we bought vanilla, mixed berry, and strawberry. The vanilla was absolutely gross. My husband managed to choke down half before giving up. Very, very disappointing. I have mixed berry in front of me as I write this, and it’s also disappointing (but not as much as the vanilla). The berry aspect of this tastes very fake and chemically to me. I don’t know if maybe I’m tasting the added B12 or something?? It just really reminds me of a Flintstones vitamin, or kids medicine that they try to pass off as “Great berry flavor!” when it’s really a big nope. I’m hungry, so I threw in some cereal in order to be able to finish this. Seeing how badly these first two have gone, my expectations are low for strawberry. How in the world did they bring this to market? Who put their stamp of approval on these? Yikes. Won’t buy again.

Brittany

Pass

1.0 rating
January 6, 2020

I wasn’t expecting it to be bursting with flavor but it was gross. I tried mixed berry, vanilla, and strawberry. Vanilla was first and after the initial soupy slurp, I decided to try mixing some chopped banana in to make it more tolerable. When that didn’t fully work, a little peanut butter was added. Mixed berry was next. Although the consistency was just as horrible, the flavor was worse. I tried it by itself and it tasted like the berries were old before being mixed in. Something tasted acidic. I tried mixing in some nuts. Bad idea. It got worse. Strawberry was a little better. But vanilla was the easiest to stomach because of its ability to be masked. All in all, just so bad. I won’t bother with this again. There are plenty of great dairy free/soy free yogurts out there that are incredible on their own.

Elyse

Horrible taste

1.0 rating
January 4, 2020

I tried the Strawberry version because it was all my store had. It was such a gross, slimy texture, and the taste was awful. It left behind the weirdest aftertaste. I don’t use Silk’s brand of oat milk because I don’t enjoy the taste, so I should have seen this coming.

Haley

gluten & dairy free oat yeah yogurt

5.0 rating
November 7, 2019

the vanilla oat yeah yogurt was very good. being dairy &gluten was really good

jerry cotrell

Yummyy!

4.0 rating
November 3, 2019

I like the Silk Oat yogurts. I’ve tried the vanilla and strawberry flavors and plan to buy more. Of course they’re not as thick and creamy as milk or soy yogurts. They are comparable to almond milk yogurts. If your diet restricts you from eating dairy or soy, I’d recommend giving oatmilk yogurt a try.

Tonya Boyd

Low Sugar. Low Calorie & Clean

4.0 rating
October 24, 2019

The flavor is lifeless but its exactly what i need. My body is sensitive to a lot of food so this was perfect for me. Low carb, low calories, low sugar and dairy free. Not too worried about texture as others complained. I mix it with my fruits and flax and im good to go. Might try it in a smoothie soon. Keep making simple foods it makes me happy

Lew

Oat Sadness

1.0 rating
October 1, 2019

I ate the vanilla. I wish I hadn’t. This stuff is just bad in every way. The consistency is like waffle batter gone wrong. The taste of it lingered in my mouth way too long. Not even the strongest coffee was able to kill it’s foul flavor.

Anna

Horrendous

1.0 rating
September 24, 2019

I love yogurt and have tried the vegan kinds to give them a chance.
Oat Yeah is the only one that compelled me to post a review.
In every measure, this is god awful garbage.
It is so runny, it kept falling off the spoon.
The taste (vanilla) was bland and far to sweet. Felt my teeth almost rotting away. How dare Silk put out such pathetic stuff???

Fred

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Alisa is the founder of GoDairyFree.org, Food Editor for Allergic Living magazine, and author of the best-selling dairy-free book, Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living, and the new cookbook, Eat Dairy Free: Your Essential Cookbook for Everyday Meals, Snacks, and Sweets. Alisa is also a professional recipe creator and product ambassador for the natural food industry.

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