Kemps recently launched their FroZing line of tangy frozen yogurts, and they graciously sent me samples to review. I scooped out a Kemps FroZing Raspberry Vanilla Frozen Yogurt. Kemps fro-yos have gotten mixed reviews here on Iateapie.net - Kemps Fat Free Chocolate Frozen Yogurt was not well received by Ann, but Emily loved Kemps Strawberries 'n Cream Frozen Yogurt Parfait - so I wondered which way I would lean with this.
This yogurt definitely has a moderately tangy flavor which nicely balances out the sweetness. There is a mild blueberry flavor, but it's really not much - in fact, other than the light purple color of this yogurt, there's not much else that suggests blueberries. Also, a thin layer of ice crystals do form at the top rather readily, like Anne said in her review, but it doesn't detract too much from the flavor.
Each 1/2 cup serving of Kemps FroZing Blueberry Frozen Yogurt provides 110 calories, 1 gram of total fat and 19 grams of sugars (told you it was sweet).
The ingredients list starts with cultured nonfat milk, high fructose corn syrup * blueberry base which also contains HFCS, sugar, water, corn syrup, blueberry puree, natural flavor & citric acid. This is followed by corn syrup & sugar plus a few more ingredients.
I did like the taste of Kemps FroZing Blueberry Frozen Yogurt, but it's not really a complicated flavor profile - it's sweet & moderately tangy. Again, I got this for free, but a quart retails from $4.29 to $5.49. The nutrition facts are better than Haagen-Dazs Wildberry Low-Fat Frozen Yogurt, which has 27 grams of sugars and Blue Bell Banana Split Nonfat Frozen Yogurt which has 24 grams of sugars, but still, I probably wouldn't buy it at that price - I would probably satisfy my sweet tooth with a Edys Smoothie Real Fruit and Frozen Yogurt Bar.