Monday, August 17, 2015

Yogurtland Candy Crush Round 4: Cupcake Carnival, Lemonade Lake, Red Fish Spoons

Fro-yo girl here. It’s Monday and time for the next round of new Yogurtland Candy Crush inspired flavors and a new collectible spoon.

Lemonade Lake (sorbet) is “a flavor so fresh and thirst-quenching, you’ll want to dive into it. Lemonade Lake is a delicious summertime mix of sweet and tart that goes swimmingly together.” It’s made with real lemon and is gluten free. The taste brought me back to childhood, specifically to Country Time lemonade. It’s on the sweeter side for lemonade and icier (but there’s no dairy).

Recommended toppings: Candy fish, gummy bears, Fruity Pebbles, popping boba, strawberries

Cupcake Carnival: “Prepare to bask in the creamy sweet goodness of the Cupcake Carnival. The taste of smooth, yellow cake batter will make you crave the Big Top!” I usually don’t like cake batter froyo and this one was just too sweet for me - way too sweet. It was very creamy.

Recommended toppings: Mochi, cheesecake, Nilla wafers

The new collectible , limited edition red fish spoons say Divine on the handle.

In the Candy Crush game, the Jelly Fish booster adds jelly fish candies to the game. In later levels, jelly fish is a special mystery candy that will swim off the screen when activated, and be followed by three new jelly fish that eat three squares at random that contain a jelly.

The next new flavors come out on August 31: Butterscotch and Minty Meadow. The last collectible candy spoon features a round blue candy.

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.

Remember the flavors and spoons are available while supplies last. The purple flower spoons ran out quickly at some Yogurtland locations.

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

Looking for more frozen yogurt news, discussion boards, and resources? Check out the International Frozen Yogurt Association website at The IFYA is the independent voice of the frozen yogurt industry.

No comments: