Yogurtland’s New Looney Tunes ‘Spinach’ Flavor Has Green Apple Pop Rocks Toppings

Well this is one way to get kids to eat their veggies. Take them to Yogurtland, trick them into filling their cup with the new Marvin the Martian Kosmic Fruit Kaboom Sorbet, and your kid will be getting a serving of pineapple, banana, lime and spinach.

The chain’s first commercial flavor to feature a spinach, this appropriately green-hued frozen treat gets extra tasty when topped off with a bag of green apple Pop Rocks for a mere 59 cents.

All jokes aside, speaking from experience, spinach isn’t a prevalent flavor when blended with other sweet ingredients. So, don’t worry, the sorbet will pretty much taste like a pineapple-banana smoothie.

The new Looney Tunes flavor joins Bugs’ Carrot Cake, Daffy’s Decadent Dark Chocolate Orange, and Tweety’s Lemon Cream Cookie — all now available through September 15. Keep an eye out for Road Runner’s Cactus Berry Tart and Tasmanian Devil’s “Devil’s” Food Cake, rolling out August 19th and September 2nd, respectively.

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The Trendy Food Flowchart for Hungry Hungry Hipsters

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In today’s slow-roasted, gluten-free, organic, Stevia-based, what-do-you-mean-you-like-McDonald’s-french-fries world, it can be hard to know what to do for a quick-fix. It’s midnight, you’re hungry, and you’re fresh out of vegan bacon cheeseburger flavored soy chips. What are you gonna do? Nom on some Cheez-Its? What are you, a heathen?

What you need to do is refer to this Trendy Food Flowchart from Thought Catalog. That way you know whether you should be snacking on Sriracha-covered bacon, starring in a YA novel, or living the #FROYOLO life.


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Yogurtland’s Pumpkin Pie Froyo is Back for Seconds, Just in Time for Thanksgiving

We’re halfway through September, which means for the next few months, we’ll be seeing pumpkin-inspired fall menu items galore. Unfortunately, most of those items also come with pumpkin-sized calories (I’m looking at you, Starbucks), which is why the return of Yogurtland’s popular Pumpkin Pie-flavored frozen yogurt this October is a bigger deal than you may realize.

It’s spicy, it’s creamy, it’s only 25 calories per ounce–what’s not to love?

Like many things Yogurtland though, the Pumpkin Pie flavor is only available for a limited time, so get a hand on your real pumpkin-infused, vitamin C-fortified, non-fat, fall frozen yogurt-y goodness today.

Or you know, in two weeks. Whatever.


Pinkberry’s New PB+J Frozen Yogurt

Pinkberry reminds the world that on average, American kids will eat 1,500 peanut butter sandwiches by the time they hit high school. This interesting fact has spurred the frozen yogurt chain to release a new product in the form of a PB+J flavor. The Peanut Butter + Jelly FroYo swirl is suggested to be paired with the brand’s organic strawberry jam and toasted breadcrumb toppings. This seasonal offering is made with real peanuts as well. Get it while you can!