Saturday, November 11, 2017

Save the Date, Nov. 14, for Yogurtland’s First-Ever $5 Ultimate Creation Event

Fro-yo girl here. Froyo fans and Yogurtland fans in particular, you won’t want to miss the first ever Ultimate Creation event at Yogurtland locations across the US on November 14 from 4 PM – 9 PM local time.

So, what happens at the Ultimate Creation event? It’s your chance to create your Ultimate Creation. During the event, 16 oz cups are just $5 regardless of the weight of your froyo and toppings. It’s more than a flat rate cup event though. Yogurtland is also offering two new flavors “Made With Ghirardelli” – Frozen Hot Chocolate frozen yogurt and Dark Chocolate Blueberry sorbet. And they’ll have new Ghirardelli sauces and toppings. 

If that weren’t special enough, they’ll also have limited edition cups and spoons. The spoons are dark blue and they say I (heart) Ghirardelli. Get there early, so that you avoid being disappointed once they run out. Supplies are limited.

The Yogurtland website currently shows the countdown to the big event.

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

Here’s the official press release from Yogurtland:

Yogurtland Offers $5 Ultimate Creation Cup on November 14

Featuring Two Limited Time Flavors Made With Ghirardelli® And Limited Edition Collectable Spoon 

(IRVINE, CA) November 1, 2017— On Tuesday, November 14, Yogurtland fans will have an even greater reason to celebrate with Yogurtland’s $5 Ultimate Creation. From 4PM-9PM local time, for just $5 dessert lovers can visit their local Yogurtland and swirl up their own 16oz ultimate creation with any of the 16 available frozen yogurt and ice cream flavors, including two new limited-time flavors Made With Ghirardelli.The two flavors are:

Frozen Hot Chocolate- Combining the perfect blend of rich Ghirardelli cocoa, cream, and marshmallow, this flavor takes winter’s favorite hot drink and perfects it in frozen form.

Dark Chocolate Blueberry Sorbet- Inspired by Ghirardelli’s Dark Chocolate Blueberry square, this sorbet provides delicious dark chocolate flavor from Ghirardelli cocoa, followed by notes of sweet blueberry.

Yogurtland guests can pick up their ‘I Heart Ghirardelli’ cup and swirl up their choice between two flavors Made With Ghirardelli or both, and head over to the topping bar to build their satisfying, delicious creation with even more Ghirardelli goodness with Ghirardelli toppings and sauces. With over 60 fruit, candy, cereal, nuts, cookies and other toppings to choose from, Yogurtland offers fans the chance to completely customize their ultimate creation experience with all their favorite additions.

“We are thrilled to be partnering with Ghirardelli for our $5 Ultimate Creation event,” said Chad Bailey, senior director of marketing, Yogurtland. “Our fans have always surprised us with their creative treat creations, and we wanted to celebrate that by giving them the perfect opportunity to meet their ultimate froyo desires for just $5.”

Yogurtland’s flavorologists are continually seeking craveable flavors that keep fans loving their experience. Yogurtland owns its own dairy and by controlling the frozen yogurt making process, the company can deliver the highest quality flavors, setting new standards for millions of fans.

All of Yogurtland’s flavors meet the National Yogurt Association Criteria for “live and active culture frozen yogurt” and are produced in a kosher-certified facility. Yogurtland features non-fat and low-fat yogurt flavors as well as non-dairy and no sugar added choices while using milk that does not contain antibiotics or added hormones. Fruit flavors are fortified with Vitamin C for an extra boost.

Presently Yogurtland has more than 320 locations across the U.S., Australia, Dubai, Guam, Korea, Myanmar, Singapore, Thailand, and Venezuela. Flavors are always subject to creative change and popular demand. For more information, visit or

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.

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