Monday, August 3, 2015

Yogurtland & Candy Crush Present Sweet Treats Round 3: Salted Caramel Gelato, Candy Clouds Flavors, New Purple Collectible Spoon

Fro-yo girl here. The new Yogurtland & Candy Crush “Sweet Treats” round 3 arrives at Yogurtland stores today. The two new Candy Crush inspired flavors are Salted Caramel Gelato and Candy Clouds froyo. The new cup design, Candy Bombs topping and a new limited edition froyo spoon, the purple flower candy spoon.

* Candy Clouds Froyo: “Perfectly pink swirls of sweet and airy goodness blend to make delicious cotton candy clouds for you to enjoy.” I thought this would be cloying sweet and bland but it’s not. It’s better than cotton candy, creamy with the fluffy flavor of spun sugar with a hint of raspberry. It tastes pink and summery.

Recommended toppings: Mochi, popping boba, watermelon, gummi bears, frosted animal cookies

* Salted Caramel Gelato: “The Caramel Cove is the birthplace of this richly perfect gelato. Real caramel is the not-so-secret ingredient. After all, it’s in the name.” Salted caramel gelato is cultured but not tangy. It’s creamy and richer than froyo. The caramel flavor isn’t too sweet nor is it too salty either.

Recommended toppings: Toffee bits, chocolate chips, whipped cream, almonds

The new cup design features the girl who shows up between Candy Crush episodes, a candy cart, lollipops and Candy Crush candies.

The new collectible, limited edition purple flower candy spoons say Sweet on the handle. 

The new topping, Color Bombs, are chocolate candies covered in colorful sprinkles. In the Candy Crush game, this special candy appears when matching five candies of the same color in a row or column.

The next new flavors come out on August 17: Lemonade Lake and Cupcake Carnival. The next spoon is a red Candy Fish.

Visit for your chance to win free yogurt for a year or an unlimited cup of froyo. Ten people a day win an unlimited cup.

You know you love me. X0 X0, fro-yo girl.

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