However, as we don’t go out for “fro-yo”, Sandy insists that we bring some back from our TJ’s trip. I believe she saw Non Fat Plain Frozen Yagurt. She was open to the idea of making our own flavor.
Sandy is a huge fan of the TJ froyo. She loves it. After her first bite, she smiled and said, “Mmmmm…it tastes very yoey.” Me gusta.” Her first thought was honey. She then went on to a whole list of options for topping it with. I’m not surprised that she likes yogurt. She has been on a whole yogurt kick lately. Me? Eh. It is healthier than ice cream and I don’t think there are any negatives to frozen treats. Except…the taste. I’m not sure. I’ve never tried frozen yogurt that was so yogurty. The Ben & Jerry’s-esque carton claims it’s “pleasantly tart.” That would be “nearly overwhelming” according to me. It’s almost yogurt-flavored. Warhead. Under the tartness, I began to wiggle my head and take a bite. It’s overwhelming. Just before I started writing this, I tried again and took a plain bite. While I was able to brace myself better, it still seemed too much. I tried to cover it with peanuts and Hershey’s, but it didn’t work. The yogurt tasted like Jack Nicholson from The Shining. Fresh fruit would make it taste better. It’s just too much for me. Have a suggestion? Drop a comment below or on our Facebook page. I will take it into consideration.
Sandy is all about it. It’s a delicious dish that Sandy loves and can’t fault. Sandy rates it a resounding 4.5/5. Me? Sigh. It won’t seem like the greatest disparity in our rankings but it will be. Too darn yo-ey. I will be going with a 2 though I am open for revisions if I can find the right things to go with it.
Bottom line: 6.5 of 10 Golden Spoons