Gelato and ice cream, both delicious and refreshing desserts, are often confused with one another. But they have many differences that set them apart. While gelato and ice cream both typically consist of a dairy base and arrive served cold, that’s where their similarities end.
Gelato is not ice cream.
Gelato is an Italian adaption of ice cream that uses less fat than regular ice cream. Since this tasty delicacy has less than 10% milk fat, it is not traditionally categorized as ice cream.
So, you want to know the difference between gelato and ice cream? We’ll give you the scoop! The three main differences between these fan-favorite treats include:
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