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Thursday, December 18, 2014

Media invite: Frozen by a Thousand Blessings @ Toa Payoh Lorong 1


Frozen by a Thousand Blessings - Australia's first self-serve frozen yoghurt bar using biodynamic milk & yoghurt has finally found its way onto our shore! 


Located at Toa Payoh Lorong 1, just a few blocks away from the ever popular Creamier! The bar is definitely much bigger than expectation! 



The words says all about Frozen. ^^


What you will see the moment you step into Frozen! Omg! The spread of toppings available is seriously... HUGE! Huge may just be an understatement too! 


Steps to create your personalised froyo! Do note that Frozen charges each cup of Froyo based on weight ($3.80 per 100g). 




My favourites are the 'natural', 'coconut' and 'green tea'. 


After you have chosen your choice of froyo, the most exiting part follows, choosing the topping! :D 


I didn't bluff when I said the selection is really wide. Easily 40 different toppings to choose from! 


Finally, finish your froyo with caramel/nutella/white sauces! My favourite is the caramel sauce! :) 


You could totally imagine how much I would have to pay with the 2 tubs of froyo. #justspamonly.  


One is never enough. :P


I'm not sure about you, but I have tried llao llao previously and sorry llao llao fans, I really don't understand the hype. I have thought I'm not a froyo person! But Frozen proves otherwise, I love the frozen yogurt offered here! They tasted lighter, less creamy and more refreshing! Exactly hit my spot well! :) 


Thank you Frozen by a Thousand Blessings for the invitation! Will definitely come back here to satisfy my froyo craving! :D 

Block 126 Toa Payoh Lorong 1 #01-551 
Singapore 310126Tel: +65 6259 8028
Opening Hours: Daily

Love,
Lirong.

2 comments:

  1. You blog for and praise every business that sponsors you. I used to admire you for your lovely recipes and your down to earth and real attitude you had to blogging. Your past posts had a more personal connection with your readers. Now everything is just one sponsored food tasting after another. At least pick the ones that are really nice instead of giving good reviews for every restaurant just because they gave you free food. What happened to real, true, personal blogging? Look at your now, it's just using this as a platform to advertise for companies just because they sponsored you something! I'm sure I'm not the only one who feels this way. You will probably shoot me down but you know for a fact that this is true. You can delete my comment if you wish. I'm not a hater. I just used to love reading your blog so much and am sad that now you've changed.

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    1. Hi,

      first I do not blog for and praise for EVERY businesses that have invited me for tasting (you have no idea how many I have filtered out). You may say that my posts are full of praises for them, which I do not deny because I genuinely feel so about them. It is not easy to set up businesses in a competitive food industry like Singapore, all I thought was to write something for them so that more people would be aware about them. Also FYI, I do not need to blog about them just because I get "free" food from them. I don't know what you mean by real, true, personal blogging because it is still me who is typing the posts. I didn't know a simple thought of sharing with my readers about new eat-outs would be perceived as so. But in anyways, thanks for sharing your thoughts. Why would I shoot you down or delete your posts? You got me thinking from my readers' perspectives as well.

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