When a company offers to send you a cooler full of gelato for taste-testing purposes, you don’t say no.
And when you arrive home at the end of a long day with said cooler waiting for you on your doorstep.
With more gelato than you could possibly eat.
Even if it was allowed on my program.
Which it’s not.
So that’s what I did.
With my kids. The neighborhood. And friends that were in the area.
Because the more opinions, the better. Amiright?
My kids had never heard of gelato before, so I am clearly negligent in my duties as a partially-Italian mom. Gelato, as I explained to them, is Italian ice cream that is made with less air than the traditional kind they’re used to. Gelato itself has been around forever, with the first Italian gelato selling carts popping up nearly 100 years ago.
Creamy, rich, but not overly so.
Creamy, rich, but in an oh so perfect, just a little is enough, kind of way.