New Yogurt Parfait from Subway

What quick-serve restaurant isn’t carrying a yogurt parfait?  Chick-fil-A has a pretty decent version I guess?  Hard to find an original idea these days.  Subway has joined the likes of McDonald’s, Chick-fil-A, Panera, Starbucks (the list goes on) and has introduced their new Yogurt Parfait.

This parfait has been floating around Subways for the last few weeks, along with the Oven Crisp Chicken sub, but I’m starting to see more and more TV ads pushing the product. I’m in the middle of a Subway hiatus after that Oven Crisp Chicken nonsense so readers, if you’ve had it, how does it stack up to the competition?

Made fresh daily with sweet blueberries, juicy strawberries, crunchy granola and creamy yogurt. It’s a delicious, low fat treat, perfect for breakfast or any time of day. Come in for parfait our way, and experience the deliciousness today!

 

7 comments on “New Yogurt Parfait from Subway

  1. Manavee says:

    It was small and not that good (mushy fruit). Plus, I realized after I had eaten it, that it was past the “Serve by” date by a couple of days.

    • Mehu says:

      They are supposed to make new ones every morning and throw away the old ones. Our store throws away a lot of those things. The berries are frozen until that morning when they are put in the yogurt.

      If the date on the cup is anything other than the date you bought it you can complain about the store because they are not following formula.

  2. Jesse J. says:

    These are pretty lousy. The Tim Hortons Yogurt & Berries is much, much better. Get that if you’re near a Timmies.

  3. Carrie says:

    McDonald’s are better and cheaper and that’s saying a lot since i am not a McD’s fan. The one i had from Subway was really watery from the frozen fruit. If i was at Subway I might try it a second time but i certainly wouldn’t go there if all i wanted was a parfait.

    • Michael says:

      I believe the culprit for it being watery is the low fat yogurt — which generally tends to have a thin, gloppy texture — rather than the frozen fruit. I just had one, and it was fine, but it definitely had that low fat yogurt texture.

  4. Lochlain says:

    They’re not bad. On par with mcdonald’s, I’d say. Frozen fruit, vanilla yogurt. Not a bad side if you’re already going to Subway.

  5. Rhi says:

    I like subways better than mcdonalds.

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