She shared some interesting info about the company’s founding and the product’s nutrition. All these years I have erroneously deemed it “fro-yo” when technically it is a “frozen dessert” since it does not contain enough fat to be considered ice cream and does not contain the probiotics of yogurt.
Added a couple pumps of flavoring
Placed it in the stirrer
And voila! Easy as pie (or as hazelnut soft serve, I should say):)
She also asked me if I had a favorite product of theirs, and I immediately responded with “coffee freeze” which is essentially a coffee milkshake. I may not have mentioned this before, but I am a milkshake fanatic. When I was younger I drank one every single day and never got sick of them. My favorite milkshake flavor is definitely coffee, and this was a fabulous version of one. As I was drinking I wished the cup would never end since it was SO tasty:)
She also whipped up a banana protein shake, which contained the whey form of protein. The shake included vanilla soft serve
organic banana, organic milk, and whey protein.
Off into the vitamix it goes!
Holy yum! The below picture is terribly blurry, but trust me. This bad boy was amazing. I could see it being a great post-run snack between the milk’s calcium, the banana’s potassium, and the whey protein.
The Lite Choice also sells freshly ground peanut butter and almond butter which contain nothing but the nuts.
I got to sample a cup of both and, man, were these tasty. I wanted to add some to my soft serve.
but I didn’t have to since it was already incorporated into one of the flavors. . . fluffernutter! I loved that this flavor did not taste artificial, but like actual freshly ground peanut butter.
They also offer an array of great toppings, with my favorites being the cereal, almonds, and m&ms( for a special treat).
In addition to their famous soft serve, they sell a plethora of bars which come in such interesting flavors as “cookies and cream” and “coffee espresso”. Claudia gave me a huge array to take home, so I look forward to sampling some tonight.
For the colder months they offer hot chocolate, which at 99 cents is such a steal. It tastes like thick, chocolatey goodness rather than the watered-down variety sold at many corner stores. At 130 calories per cup, it also makes for a healthy choice!
Look how cute this cake was! I might have to get one for Valentine’s Day. . .
I love that you can buy individual slices of the cake. since sometimes you don’t want to purchase an entire one.
Mmm more bars and sandwiches
After speaking with Claudia I also learned that the company strives to aid the community by offering special promotions and handing out samples in local schools and gyms. They also plan to work with a diabetes foundation, which will be really great. They extend their generosity even further by providing gift cards and deals through their Twitter and Facebook pages. I highly recommend that you follow them on Twitter and Facebook so that you can score some awesome deals!
Now that I’ve had a tour and learned about the company’s values, I feel great fueling my soft serve addiction with their product. Not only does The Lite Choice possess a superior taste, but the company promotes great values in aiding the environment and local communities. Man, writing this post made me seriously crave some more, I’m going to dip into my freezer supply now;)