Fro-yo girl here. Yogurtland’s Off the Stick promotion continues with two new flavors inspired by ice cream truck memories.
The new flavors are:
Big Pop Sorbet: “Big Pop Sorbet is inspired by perhaps the most celebrated ice cream flavor of your childhood. This swirl of real cherries and pineapple delivers BIG fun flavor by the spoonful in this summer-y sorbet.” This was a popsicle that I used to eat and I haven’t had one in a long time. The flavor brought me right back, without the dripping mess. It tastes more like pineapple to me but you can definitely taste the cherry. It’s sweet and not tart at all. The texture is soft and not icy.
Recommended toppings: Popping boba, kiwi, pineapple, gummy bears, Fruity Pebbles
Chocolate Banana A’Peel: “Banana A’Peel is a boardwalk icon with everything your heart desires when it comes to frozen treats. It’s made with mixed real bananas and real cocoa to recreate the classic chocolate dipped banana flavor that’s perfect for your cup.” Bananas are gross so I could never like this flavor…but I tried it and it didn’t taste like fresh bananas. It tasted like banana gum with some chocolate thrown in. I guess bananas are in there but the end result just tastes weird.
Recommended toppings: Drown out the flavor with Magic Shell and peanuts or almonds
I’m excited about the chocolate Magic Shell available for the first time at Yogurtland. It comes in squeeze bottles. Turn it upside down and shake for 20 seconds before applying. I like it over Madagascar Vanilla froyo.
Share your creations using #OffTheStick and #Yogurtland. The new flavors are available for a limited time - till July 5 or while supplies last. After Off the Stick, the Candy Crush (video game) promotion will begin and will include new collectible spoons.
You know you love me. X0 X0, fro-yo girl.
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