With Thanksgiving over, it is now prime holiday time. The bad news is the Christmas music that will play for the next month in stores. The good news is the yummy seasonal flavors in everything from white chocolate peppermint M&Ms to, you guessed it, frozen yogurt.
I've already done my formal review of Chill Out, but I've been several times since then, and I have to say, I like it more each time. On Friday night, we stopped in for frozen yogurt for dinner between stopping at Target and HEB. We were greeted by the owner, and some yummy new holiday flavors to try. Here's the breakdown:
Peppermint Stick: Mmm, minty. Not too creamy, not to minty. The only thing that holds me back from these is not knowing what to put on them, topping-wise. Chocolate cookie crumbs would be good. More calories, but good.
Gingerbread: Oh yes, this was most definitely my thing. So good I had to combine it with the Orchard Cherry. Which was maybe a little strange, but it certainly made more sense than putting Pineapple with it. This was a good, warmly spicy froyo. Would go really well with the pumpkin muffins they had on the topping bar as well.
Egg Nog: This was ready after I had filled my cup, but I did get to sample it. Yum. I don't know that I've ever actually had egg nog, so full disclosure there, but I thought this was good. Would be nice with fresh fruit, since it's sort of custardy.
Turtle Bliss: Okay, so not strictly speaking a holiday flavor, but it is one that was specially blended in-house with chocolate, caramel, and pecan. I lean towards a little more caramel, but this was really good.
So if you need a pick-me-up while crossing off names on your holiday shopping list, come try one or all of these. While the weather still allows it!