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Creating The World’s Tallest Yogurt at Burlingame Yogurtland

by TerriAnn

World’s Tallest Yogurt, Yogurtland in California Promotion, Gift Card for Participation…

Remember that Yogurtland $1 deal I told you about last week? Did you get a chance to pick one up on Saturday or Sunday? I did…both days. On Saturday, I just scoped out the area to taste the yogurt and toppings – yummy! Since the promotion was to create the tallest yogurt (that was the fun idea behind the sale at least), I decided to go back the next day and give it a go.

Yogurtland Burlingame Tallest Yogurt Event $1 CaliforniaYogurtland Burlingame Tallest Yogurt Event $1 California

I was pretty proud of myself and could have done more but the cup couldn’t fit under the dispensers anymore. Making and standing with my creation did present two problems, though:

  1. I looked totally greedy/gluttonous.
  2. The base melted faster and it was soon a leaning tower of yogurt.

Moral of the story? Just because you CAN do something doesn’t mean you SHOULD!

My family received complimentary cups of yogurt and a gift card as a ‘thank you’ for attending. I was in no way required to write about it or return for unreasonable amounts of yogurt that did, in fact, pay $1 to devour.

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Becca June 26, 2012 - 11:09 am

Ooh I wonder if they did that at the local Yogurtland here. Looks delicious! 🙂

TerriAnn June 27, 2012 - 10:03 am

I’m not sure. This store had been open since Feb of this year so it was kind of just a unique promotion.

Alison June 27, 2012 - 6:17 am

I so want that right now. Mmm

TerriAnn June 27, 2012 - 10:05 am

Oh, man it was good. I loved how light the frozen yogurt was in comparison with regular ice cream . . . despite the masses of toppings I put on afterwards 😛

Jamie June 27, 2012 - 11:32 pm

Your title got me to peek 😉 I love yogurtland, but never thought to go as high as that… lol…

TerriAnn June 29, 2012 - 10:23 pm

Haha, it was a silly experiment. Since the promotion said whatever you could fit in the cup, the owners thought people would be making them high and wide. Sadly, most just walked out with a tiny little mound. So, I wanted to put the idea to the test. Plus, I knew it’d make a fun picture 😛

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