*Disclosure: I did receive this product and compensation to facilitate my review. These opinions are my own and were not influenced by another person.
Did someone say ice cream? I’m all ears! That was definitely the case here when the My Mo folks reached out to see if we would like to work with them on a product review and of course, we jumped at the chance. We don’t mess around when it comes to ice cream!
What Is My Mo?
My Mo Mochi Ice Cream is the sum of two delicious parts:
1. Sweet Rice Dough
Ever wonder what that melt-in-your mouth, chewy dough is? Its called Mochi! Our sweet rice dough is made from the best ingredients to create that ooey-gooey texture you can’t get enough of.
2. Premium My Mo Ice Cream
Once you get past the layer of sweet Mochi dough, your taste buds will be delighted by our extra creamy ice cream. We add very little air into our ice cream, unlike other brands, to boost smoothness, flavor, and create a truly premium treat.
What else is My Mo? Extremely difficult to photograph. For two reason: 1) Your family will devour it before you have the chance and 2) These little ice cream balls have an interesting shape/texture and powder covered look that actually makes it a bit hard to get a great photo of BUT it does make them delicious, so who needs great photos, right? Thankfully… you don’t buy My/Mo to photograph it, you buy it to enjoy it, which I highly recommend! That being said, here are a few shots that I took of My/Mo before my family dug in.
What is Mochi Ice Cream?
About My Mo Mochi Ice Cream: An extension of a 108-year-old company that invented Mochi Ice Cream, My/Mo Mochi Ice Cream offers a fun, portable, hand-held eating experience with tasty rice dough around an ice cream center.
My Mo Mochi Ice Cream is a fusion of fan favorite flavors of premium ice cream wrapped in traditional sweet rice mochi dough, giving snackers a colorful and flavorful new way to experience ice cream. The brand’s fun, poppable and delicious mochi ice cream is made from the very best ingredients and is only 110 calories per serving.
These little 6 packs are perfect for our family of four and I love that you can grab them right out of the container and enjoy them. As you can see in the photo below, you bite through the doughy outer layer to find yummy ice cream in the middle.
•Portion controlled (Only 110 calories/ball)
•Available in 7 flavors: Mango, Strawberry, Green Tea, Cookies & Cream, Vanilla Bean, Double Chocolate & Mint Chocolate Chip
My Mo at Albertsons
We’ve recently noticed that more and more of our Albertsons stores are selling My Mo products, just look for the My Mo cooler at Albertsons. They sell them individually so you can pick and choose your flavors and build your own assortment.
My Mo Mochi Ice Cream Review
Smiles all around. My whole family loves these! My daughter and I each find that one is filling enough, but my son and hubby think they need 2 for dessert, so a 6 pack works perfectly for us.
Where to puchase My Mo Mochi Ice Cream?
My Mo Mochi Ice Cream is available nationally in the frozen aisle and self-serve mochi bars at select locations of Albertsons, Safeway, Kroger and more.
For more information on My Mo Mochi Ice Cream, please visit www.mymomochi.com. I also recently spotted My Mo at Costco, so keep your eye out for it there.
Please keep in mind, I review a lot of products, but only share the ones that I love, would purchase myself and can recommend with confidence. This is definitely a product that I will be adding to my list of Things She Loves and putting among my favorite review items.
Meet the author – Keri Lyn
The creative and frugal mind behind She Saved for over 12 years now, Keri Lyn shares her adventures in parenting along with her love for family travel, country living and brand marketing. A self-proclaimed “brand loyalist”, Keri Lyn is known for her strong and enthusiastic voice when it comes to the products and brands that she loves. She Saved has become a community for like-minded consumers who appreciate saving money, time and sanity by getting the best deals on quality products and experiences.