What are Frozen yogurt Pearls?
*Disclaimer I was provided with samples of Stonyfield Organic Frozen Yogurt Pearls to try by Stonyfield and WikiFoods as a Stonyfield #Yogetter. All opinions expressed are my own.
Have you seen the new Stonyfield Organic Frozen Yogurt Pearls. This is the most delicious bite-sized treat when you are craving something sweet. Stonyfield Frozen Yogurt Pearls bring to life the idea of food with edible packaging (brings to mind something out of Willy Wonka . . . but it’s a healthy treat!).
Stonyfield shared their delicious frozen yogurt with Wiki Foods for the creation of these “WikiPearls.” The frozen yogurt pearls have a unique edible organic fruit skin made with “wikiTechnology,” the science developed by creator and founder of WikiFoods, David Edwards. The skin protects the yogurt from the outside while keeping the frozen yogurt ready to eat on the inside. Although David Edwards hopes to someday fully eliminate the need for packaging these do come in sustainable packaging in signature Stonyfield style (thank you Gary Hirschberg!). The Frozen Yogurt Pearls come in packages of two in a carton that is 100% Sugar Cane which means it is 100% renewable.
The Flavors and more . . .
There are four different flavors of Stonyfield Organic Frozen Yogurt Pearls:
- Strawberry and Vanilla
- Strawberry and Chocolate
- Coconut and Chocolate
- Peach and Vanilla
Can you guess which was my favorite? If you guessed Coconut and Chocolate you were right. You can’t go wrong when mixing those two flavors. The kids thought they were a cool treat to eat and each gobbled one up. The great thing is that the “skin” around the “Pearl” makes this a mess free snack with no spoon needed. I can see how we will be wanting to stash some of these in our freezer for the summer months (if the warm weather ever arrives).
Each frozen yogurt pearl is 30 calories and is made from 100% certified Organic ingredients. These are a wonderful snack or dessert for grown ups and kids alike. They would make the perfect light dessert to serve at the end of a dinner party, they almost remind me of eating a truffle!
Give them a try!
If you’d like to give Stonyfield Organic Frozen Yogurt Pearls a try they are currently being sold in Whole Foods throughout New England. Look for them in the freezer section and be sure to click HERE to print a coupon to get two packs of Pearls for $6.
If you have a chance to try Stonyfield Organic Frozen Yogurt Pearls I’d love to hear what you think! If you were to eat these which flavor would you try? What are some of your other favorite Stonyfield Organic Products?
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