Who Went: Chelsey & Owen, Chelsey & some girlfriends
Number of Visits: 5
What We Ordered: A variety of smaller-sized flavors, usually mixed, with all sorts of toppings
What It Cost: $7.30
What We Thought:
Yogurtland is the best frozen yogurt place out there in terms of variety and options. They always have a wide range of flavor choices, and more toppings than you could ever choose from! This crazy large assortment of options can sometimes lead to rather...interesting flavor combinations (see below, Owen mixing sour gummy worms with brownie bites?), but there is no way that you will ever get bored of this place! The yogurt itself is not the creamiest or richest I've ever tasted, but I am always impressed with how true the flavors taste. The strawberry yogurt actually tastes like strawberries (not gross artificial flavors), the peanut butter cookie flavor tastes just like real crisscross cookies, the chocolate milkshake tastes exactly like the best chocolate shake I've ever had, the snozberries taste like snozberries! Just kidding. I wish they had a snozberry flavor...Anyway, they taste pretty real, which makes it that much more fun!
I love to mix flavors and come up with my own concoctions, and Yogurtland is the best place for this. It's all self-serve, so you can get as much or little of whatever you want -- above I got about half blueberry, half tangerine tango, with a little touch of mint creme..yum. My favorite thing about this place is probably the popping bobas. I just can't get over how fun they are! They have three flavor choices too -- passion fruit, mango, and strawberry bobas. Way too much fun for me.
Owen went a little topping crazy as you can see...and it's hard not too! They have nearly every flavor of candy bar, tons of fresh fruit choices, cookie dough, brownie or cheesecake bites, gummy everything, Ghiradelli chocolate sauce, mochi, Nerds, cereal, nuts, EVERYTHING! I especially love the tiny gummy bears and the little caramel filled chocolate cups...I could just get a cup full of toppings and be satisfied!
The prices are pretty cheap compared to most other yogurt places, but I do have to warn you -- it gets pretty busy! Even though there may be a long line, it usually moves through pretty quickly, but make sure to get a sample cup (or two!) from the person at the register at the beginning, because no one will be thanking you if you have to backtrack through the line.
What You Should Do: Go. Even though frozen yogurt places are WAY more expensive than buying ice cream at the grocery store, at least Yogurtland provides you with a fun experience where you can play mix master with tons of different yogurt flavors and toppings. Also, the spoons are cute. Just saying.
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