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It's got the signature tangy flavor of Yakult in every scoop!
Ah, Yakult. We pretend to drink it to for our gut health, but let's be real: Most of us drink it for its tangy taste. Which is why we couldn't be happier that a number of local purveyors got the idea to
Imagine the flavors of Yakult in an oh-so-creamy cake.
What's not to love about Yakult? The cultured milk drink is sweet and tangy—and it happens to be good for your gut, too. Beyond the straightup drink, we've also seen Yakult spinoff treats like cakes and even soju—but if you've ever dreamed
Milky, buttery goodness!
Let’s face it, you don’t just drink Yakult for its health benefits—much of Yakult’s appeal also lies in its tangy, milky flavor. For this reason, you’ll also find Yakult used in other desserts, including ice cream, and this time, cake. That's right,
Calling all Yakult addicts!
Japanese probitiotic drink Yakult is so popular that it's used to make cocktails, iced tea, and even ice cream. We recently showed you a quick, two-ingredient recipe you can try at home if you want to make your own Yakult ice cream,
It's a combination of two quarantine favorites!
If there's one drink that became even more popular during quarantine, it's Yakult. It's refreshing, sweet, plus you can drink it in one go like a shot. (No? Just me? Okay then.) Another great thing about it is you can pair it
BRB, trying this recipe ASAP!
The Yakult craze is on! People have been creating special concoctions using the yogurt drink as a base, like Soju-Yakult (a classic combo) and Yakult shake. These experiments could be one of the reasons this yogurt drink is almost always sold out
You'll never guess how much their capital was!
Yakult has been capturing the hearts and tastebuds of people for many years now. In fact, people love the drink so much that when Luzon was placed under quarantine, supermarkets had to limit the purchase of Yakult because stocks were running out