-First there were those nasty parfaits
-Determined to expand my horizons, I was pleasantly surprised by
their Denali Moose Tracks froyo.
-I got two samples of Kemp's new Fro-zing, but it was too tangy for me
-I pressed on and dared to try Chocolate Caramel Brownie...
Now I've got Kemp's low fat Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough frozen yogurt in my fridge, and well... this will probably be the last Kemp's Frozen Yogurt in my fridge for awhile.
So, what's my beef you ask? Well, if you are the kind of person who despises frozen yogurt then this isn't going to win you over, not even a little. In a frozen world where many companies have made great strides in their frozen yogurt prowess, this particular flavor has been left far far behind. That's right, I'm frustrated because the froyo taste on this one is immense and unavoidable. You can literally take a cookie dough bit, mix it with just a smidge of frozen stuff, and it still tastes like frozen yogurt. I find it immensely unpleasant. Actually, let's call it like it is: I'm forcing myself to eat it and even then it's a losing battle.
With so much innovation out there, I just cant justify a purchase like this. It's just... bleh! I've basically been scooping out all the cookie dough bits and leaving the rest. The CD bits arent anything special, but they will suffice and I hate to waste them... don't really mind wasting the rest of it though.
I guess I just don't get how Kemp's denali moose tracks won me over... that's not true, it was all the fudge that won me over. It managed to mask all the other problems that their frozen yogurt product line has. Technically I'm still a little tempted to try the strawberry low fat stuff, but I'd rather just pick up somebody else's stuff right now before I lose all respect for froyo.
On Second Scoop --- on third scoop --- it's all the same. Spoons down on this one.