Thursday, May 12, 2016

Yogurtland’s Flavor Quest Continues with Peanut Butter Parfait NSA

Fro-yo girl here. Attention peanut butter lovers, the latest Yogurtland Flavor Quest flavor arriving in stores today is Peanut Butter Parfait NSA. I know several people that have been looking forward to this new flavor. I like peanut butter frozen yogurt as well, so my hopes were high even though it’s a No Sugar Added flavor. I usually avoid NSA flavors and sorbets.

The Peanut Butter Parfait flavor is part of the Yogurtland Fourth Annual Flavor Quest. The flavor was inspired by the flavors of the US. The flavor card description says, “Enjoy a taste of true Southern comfort food without the guilt. Adding rich vanilla to real peanut butter, it all combines for a delicious spoonful of flavor.” It’s lowfat and gluten free.

* Peanut Butter Parfait NSA: I tasted the vanilla and the peanut butter. The peanut butter flavor was muted by the vanilla flavor. It tasted like their French Vanilla NSA flavor combined with the peanut butter flavor. The texture was smooth but not quite as creamy. It tasted as sweet as their regular, non-NSA flavors but it had a slightly bitter aftertaste that I haven’t noticed in the regular flavor.

Suggested toppings: Shortbread fingers, whipped cream, peanuts, peanut butter sauce

I really like the regular Yogurtland Peanut Butter flavor. The peanut butter flavor is noticeable but it doesn’t completely overwhelm the flavor of the yogurt. Peanut Butter Parfait isn’t as good as Peanut Butter.

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Next up: Kiwi Raspberry Sorbet (New Zealand) on May 19

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

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