Fro-yo girl here. Korean and Japanese grocery stores sometimes carry interesting yogurt flavored treats. Recently I found Crown Ice Heim frozen yogurt cookies at Hmart in LA’s Koreatown. A box contains 9 packets of cookies. Each packet has four cookies. A box is 10 ozs and $5.49. The cookies are manufactured by Crown Confectionery Co. in Seoul, Korea.
The box says the cookies are new and limited edition. It’s described as an “ice cream flavor wafer with yogurt flavor.” Try having them chilled (in the fridge) for a more frozen yogurt like effect. They taste great chilled or at room temperature.
The cookies are long and thin with a thin, crispy, light exterior and a creamy froyo filling. The cookie is similar to a French wafer cookie, aka gaufrette. The cookie part has a mild flavor. Most of the flavor comes from the filling which is lightly sweet, with a slight tang. It has a slight yogurt flavor but mostly tastes like sweet cream that’s a teeny bit tangy.
One serving is 170 calories and 10 grams of fat.
Ingredients: Yogurt cream, wheat flour, fructo-oligosaccharide, soy powder, shortening, skim milk powder, sugar, corn oil, lactose, dextrin, lecithin, sugar esters of fatty acids, ammonium bicarbonate, sodium bicarbonate, salt, guar gum, enzyme.
4.5 out of 5 stars
You can buy it online at http://247japanesecandy.com/products/ice-heim-frozen-yogurt-limited-edition
You know you love me. X0 X0, fro-yo girl.
* HMART: 621 S Western Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90005
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