Friday, March 23, 2012

Moo Cow Frozen Yogurt @ The Gardens Mall, Kuala Lumpur

Yummy yummy in my tummy...

Baby C with her froyo


It was the school holidays last week. Baby C has been asking me to take her for froyo (she only wants Moo Cow since she got a free sample before from this place and remembered it) during the school holidays. Since she has been a very good girl, I promised to take her there. Froyo has a little tart taste, but surprisingly Baby C loves it.. maybe cos it's cold and it tastes like ice-cream! Froyo is very similar to ice-cream but is made of milk instead of cream.

This dessert is not only delicious, it is also low in calories and high in calcium and protein. In fact, it contains a higher content of calcium per 100g when compared to milk and cheese!  Moo Cow is the most impressive frozen yogurt in terms of calcium content, with a whopping 844.3mg of calcium per 100g serving.



Other than being high in calcium, FroYo also contains all the beneficial ingredients of yogurt such as probiotics (the “good bacteria”) with health benefits ranging from boosting the immune system, helping digestion, lowering cholesterol as well as combating stress and allergies. Frozen yoghurt needs to have 107 viable “live and active” lactic acid bacteria per gram at time of manufacture in order to be effective, and Moo Cow contains 1.8 x 107 acido philusbifidus thermophilus, as analysed by the Chemical Laboratory of Malaysia.   

Here at Moo Cow, you can either get the original flavour or the flavours of the month. The original flavour with one topping is RM9.90 and additional topping is RM1. We chose the original with chocolate chips. The froyo is creamy and not too sweet. Am not an expert on froyo but this was definitely delicious


Small outlet but very quirky and cute decor

Posing with the "animals"... (told her to pretend she was on a farm)


Cute names for cute animals

Making sure she doesn't miss a bit

She sure loves Moo Cow :)

Baby C likes it when the cow at the front goes moooooooooooo

And of course, a visit to The Gardens Mall is not complete without a visit to Baby C's favorite Japanese restaurant - Kita No Zen/Hokkaido Ichiba (you can read my previous review here and here). The food as usual was very good and good value for money.

Nabeyaki udon and salmon don set (RM32) - we always order this, it's one of our favorite sets. I let Hubby have it this time since it's a huge portion and I didn't think I could finish it by myself

Tobiko makes it all better

Chicken katsu set with mini udon (RM28) - have ordered this several times, love the chicken katsu as it is very moist with a crispy skin


Chicken katsu closeup



We love playing with our food. ;P


And of course, Baby C also got her favorite all butter animal biscuits from Marks and Spencer. The reward for being a good girl.

Cheapest entertainment for kids, watching the fountain... cost = free. LOL
And the best part is that they love it. Highly recommended.

Say hello to Pororo

Full set of photos available to view here.

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Moo Cow Frozen Yogurt, T-K02, 3rd Floor, The Gardens Mall, Mid Valley City, Lingkaran Syed Putra, 59200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. (opposite Fong Lye/Sushi Zanmai)


Kita No Zen, Hokkaido Ichiba, T-201, 3rd Floor, The Gardens Mall, Mid Valley City, Lingkaran Syed Putra, 59200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Tel: 03-2283 1060


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26 comments:

  1. Well explained on the nutritional fact.
    Baby C is very pretty and adorable =)

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  2. had this once when i was back, pretty refreshing since the weather is always hot and stick..

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    1. A bit pricey to have all the time though. McDonalds ice-cream RM1 only hahahahaha!

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    1. Yea alot of people have told me that Moo Cow's froyo is the best.

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  4. I love moo cow froyo too! They have one branch at sunway pyramid :)

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  5. gosh, i'm willing to bet that baby c will be a food blogger by the time she turns 12! :D

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    1. She has already started taking photos of food, and sometimes she will make a comment like "later I'm gonna blog about this" LOL

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  6. baby c is so adorable *meltz*

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  7. Baby C is so pretty! Love the first pic because its uber cute..

    I must try the froyo soon.. I m sure my little D would love this too....

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    1. Haha don't let him eat so much. Nanti addicted and always asking you for it. ;P

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  8. I wish I can feed Sam with some froyo too but I scare her weak lung can't accept, she will cough after have cold dessert/drinks, immediate effect! >.<
    PS: Sam has the Pororo too but different design :)

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    1. Yeah I also ask my daughter not to eat so much, I make her share with her daddy. If not sure cough.

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  9. your daughter must be so lucky for having such a foodie mom. :D

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    1. And I'm lucky for having a daughter who loves trying new food with me. ;)

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  10. moocow has one of the best froyo i had :) smooth and healthy!

    Latest: Anything IS Food!

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    1. So I've heard. And it's pretty yummy I have to say.

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  11. A happy day out for Baby C. Froyo make good treats...even for adults. Healthier than ice cream.

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  12. Baby C is sooooo cute, and that looks like a wonderful outing!! I quite like moo cow too :)

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  13. Cute kid enjoying wonderful hangout...Glad to be here.

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  14. My son is enjoying Moo Cow froyo AND the free entertaining too hahaha, not only kids are mesmerised, adults too!

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