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REVIEW: Yoo Moo Tropicoolmoo

“likes deep sea diving and pirate treasure hunting,”

Natural frozen yogurt with swirls of mango and passionfruit sauce topped with mango pieces.

Price: £1.30 for an 150ml pot (price may vary from supermarket to supermarket)

On opening the pot you get a big hit of mango through your nostrils. It looks really appealing to the eyes, and I was eager to taste. The mango pieces are quite chewy and fully of juicy flavours. As it is frozen yogurt it was easily scoop able straight away from the freezer.

You can taste the natural yogurt coming through with a light after taste of the mango and passion fruit sauce. Not too sweet but sweet enough to give a slight flavour through the natural yogurt. It melts pretty quickly, so it becomes just a normal yogurt with mango pieces, but still pretty tasty.

Yoo Moo’s Tropicoolmoo     8/10

Needs a hint more flavour and a bigger pot of it, as only 136 calories a small pot I’m sure a bigger pot of the stuff wouldn’t hurt anyone’s diet x3

My sidekick Moo DeCow agrees



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Yoo Moo, St. David’s 2, Cardiff



I started a dangerous love affair recently… with frozen yogurt. I’ve heard about branches like Pinkberry in the States, but didn’t know of any over here. Well, I shall search no more.

Yoo Moo is amazing: it’s fat free, and there are endless combos to choose from. It’s not that cheap but, hey, it’s a treat.

There are three stages to your Yoo Moo purchase: pick a size, pick a flavour, pick toppings.

You can go (relatively) healthy (see above picture), and top your Yoo Moo with fruit. But I prefer to turn what could be a healthy snack into something as sickeningly sweet and indulgent as possible. Why? Because I just cannot help myself.

Get mooing!

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Posted by on August 21, 2012 in Frozen Yogurt


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