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Comfort Food minus the guilt... Yey!

We (Arvic and me) have given up our comfort food (DQ Blizzard) since Lent started as a form of sacrifice. And I am proud to say that we haven't eaten once eversince. So you can just imagine my excitement when we tried out Fro-yo in GB5's Hobbes and Landes. :)

It costs P80.00 for the Enjoy size (Plain Medium), add P40.00 for 3 Top-Ins. :)

They had a variety of top-ins, from fruits to chocolate chips, brownies and cereals. We ordered two Enjoy size.. topped one with sweets (white chocolate, oreo, almonds) and the other one with fruits (peach, strawberry and kiwi).

One really yummy and healthy treat! :)
Yoh-Gurt Froz
Hobbes and Landes
Greenbelt 5, Makati City

Have one yourself. :)
I'm out!


arvic said…
kain tayo ulit nyan dear!.. hehe.. kahit wala na toppings. yung plain lang masarap na. hehehe
mariaeliza8 said…
Wow, nagsacrifice talaga kayo ha =P hahaha
cpsanti said…
mmmm! that certainly looks good cza ;-) and you're right---minus the guilt. heehee
Goomba Face said…
Cza said…
@arvic - cge dear.. next time na mapadpad tayo ulit ng GB5. Libre mo ko? Hehe.

@eliza - chempre! :P

@cpsanti - yesiree! :D try it too? :)

@goomba face - taraaaaaaaaaaaaa!
the donG said…
wow! addict pa naman ako sa mga ice cream or anything cold and sweet.
Anonymous said…
Wow!! Froyo!!! Mahilig din ako dyan Cza. hehe Meron din sa Hobbes and Landes sa High Street :) Recently, I had my froyo at Red Mango. Same lang din pala price but mas maraming choices of toppings sa Yoh-Gurt Froz. Hayy... Prang gusto ko tuloy ulet :-P
Dennis Villegas said…
wow sarap naman nyan! nice of you to sacrifice during lent, and rewarded yourslef with this nice dessert. arvin--he's very good looking! and you too, cza--very pretty!
witsandnuts said…
Kiwi on it! Yum!

Your earrings are so pretty. =)
Cza said…
@donG - go try it! yummy sya. :)

@Anonymous - Go try mo ulit. Try all the top-ins. Hehe!

@Dennis Villegas - Awww... thanks! *bluses*. Thanks din from Arvic. :)

@witsandnuts - I bought it at People are People. :) Really liked the loops too. :)

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