Read First: [OAP SURVEY] Ice Cream or Frozen Yogurt?
Out of 2,111 foodie respondents, 66.1% prefer Frozen Yogurt over Ice Cream, with 76% of the Yogurt lovers opting to have healthy toppings like fresh fruits, granola or cereals with their frozen treat. On the other hand, Ice Cream lovers favor the premium, creamy type of ice cream, and 54% of them choose to savor the flavor of ice cream on its own.
Thanks to all the people who participated in the March-June 2010 survey on the battle between Ice Cream vs. Frozen Yogurt! :) Here is the summary of the survey with qualitative results on Why Foodies Love Yogurt or Ice Cream...
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The Battle of the Self-Service, Weight-based Frozen Yogurt
In the fight for supremacy in the 100% self-service, weight-based Frozen Yogurt category in the Metro, who do you think will win -- the newcomer Filipino-owned Yogurt Nation in Bonifacio Global City, American chain Tutti Frutti, which is established inside the malls, or Canadian-based Qoola with its first branch in Greenbelt?
We compared the yogurt flavor, topping options, cost, ambiance and location to determine the winner in this battle.
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Red Mango Green Tea Frozen Yogurt (6 oz)
(P120) with Kiwi and Strawberry Toppings
Happy 4th Birthday, Aidan!
OAP is as old as Aidan. :) If some people like to create scrapbooks or a family photo album, we created the OAP Blog to document Aidan and Joshua's childhood adventures.
Aidan was born on January 19, 2005
. Time really goes by so fast, and my thanks go out to the OAP readers who have watched Aidan grow throughout these years.
To make his birthday special, we visited a number of places, including Manila's latest destination for frozen yogurt: Red Mango
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After your Lego Island adventure, you can treat your kid to a Yoh-Gurt Froz frozen yogurt inside Hobbes and Landes.
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Lulubelle has the best ambiance among all the Frozen Yogurt establishments we have visited to date. The hot pink & white ambiance with purple pink christmas tree accent draws you inside this little corner store at the 3/F of Rockwell Power Plant Mall. The Lulubelle logo resembles the cow version of Santa Butsiki of Ang Unang Baboy sa Langit. Lori has the scoop on why it is named Lulubelle in her post, "A Cow Named Lulubelle".
Related OAP Posts on Frozen Yogurt:
Cold Spoon Frozen Yogurt - The Next Dessert Craze in the Philippines!
Sorry Ice Cream, I'm On My Way to Pinkberry!
I Love Berries Frozen Yogurt -- The Best Froyo so far in Manila...
Ice Cream Bar (Flavors by FIC)
The White Hat - Let the Fro-Yo Wars Begin in Manila!
The Buzz About Froyo's
California Berry Frozen Yogurt
After Lego Island, Enjoy Yoh-Gurt Froz!
These days, we are training Aidan on how to boost his self confidence. We asked him to choose what he likes by looking over at the counter. He preferred just the plain frozen yogurt despite seeing all the fresh fruits, chocolate and cereal topping options.
Lulubelle's Plain Yogurt Small (P80) and Flavored Yogurt Small (P80) with granola toppings (P20).
We tried both the plain and strawberry frozen yogurt of Lulubelle. The tanginess and sweetness taste of the frozen yogurt was a bit awkward. We should have listened to Lori's recommendation to try out the smoothies instead. Have you tried Lulubelle's frozen yogurt already?
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