Monday, December 9, 2013

New Winter Flavors from Yogurtland: Round Five & Froyo Cookie Sandwiches

Fro-yo girl here. Thanks Yogurtland for keeping the holiday season exciting with new froyo flavors (Vanilla Custard and Cinnamon Roll, in stores for a week, starting today) and a new topping (cream cheese chips, the perfect complement to Cinnamon Roll froyo).

* Vanilla custard: “A fresh holiday take on an old holiday classic. The rich, creamy, vanilla egg custard flavor you love without the guilt.” It’s creamy, smooth and tastes like vanilla soft serve ice cream only with a hint of yogurt flavor. It’s not as creamy as real frozen custard but still very good - and with live and active cultures.

* Cinnamon roll: “The taste of holiday morning. We combined one of the world’s best cinnamons with real cream cheese for the best baked treat ever to be served frozen.” I think many people will really love this flavor. The cream cheese makes it extra rich and creamy and you can see and taste the cinnamon.

The cheesecake chips were new. They look like white chocolate chips and taste like cream cheese icing.

I made my frookies/frozen yogurt cookie sandwiches with the giant Oreo cookie disks. If you want to do the same, here are a few pointers:

  1. Swirl the froyo directly onto the cookie, till the froyo is about ½ an inch to 1 inch high
  2. Put other cookie disk on top of froyo
  3. To add toppings to the side, put toppings in your cup and roll your froyo cookie sandwich into the toppings mixture. You may need to press toppings into the side of the froyo.
  4. Freeze till the froyo is firmer, otherwise you won’t be able to bite into it without having froyo come out on the sides
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Next week more new seasonal froyo flavors arrive: White chocolate peppermint and Raspberry pomegranate tart. You’ll also see a new topping, one that I love, peppermint bark.

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

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