Monday, April 2, 2018

Yogurtland New Spring Flavors: Sea Salt Caramel Soft Serve, White Chocolate Raspberry Cheesecake Froyo, Hibiscus Pear Tart Froyo

Fro-yo girl here. Spring is here and so are the NEW Spring flavors at Yogurtland. The new flavors, scheduled to be released on April 2, are:

Sea Salt Caramel Soft Serve: It’s another new indulgent soft serve ice cream flavor but it has live and active cultures. Sea salt caramel soft serve is made with real caramel and sea salt. It’s described as, “The perfect combination of salty and sweet in a smooth and creamy treat! This rich and buttery cultured Soft Serve is everything a caramel lover wants!” The flavor was definitely buttery and in my opinion, very, very sweet. Recommended toppings: Almonds, Nilla wafers, whipped cream.

White Chocolate Raspberry Cheesecake Frozen Yogurt: This flavor sounds like it has so much going on. Yogurtland describes it as, “a perfect balance of jammy raspberries, creamy white chocolate, and rich cheesecake! Made with real raspberries and white chocolate.” 
I think the white chocolate was the reason the raspberry flavor wasn’t tart at all. I couldn’t detect the cheesecake. Recommended toppings: White chocolate chips, raspberry puree, almonds.

Hibiscus Pear Tart Frozen Yogurt: Finally, another new tart froyo flavor. This one is tarter than average. I mostly tasted the pear. The hibiscus tasted fruity, like strawberries. It was refreshing and tangy – yum! Recommended toppings: Raspberries, strawberries, strawberry wafer rolls, condensed milk.

I also spotted new toppings: Sea Salt Caramel Truffles and Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Buckeyes. I love Buckeyes though I don’t think that they go with the new flavors. They need to bring back their Peanut Butter froyo ASAP, 
but if they don’t, there’s always the peanut butter sauce.

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

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