Who doesn’t love a good Fro Yo? The healthier option to ice cream and, in our opinion, often a far better one – only because Fro Yos tend to have a wider range of chocolatey, biscuity, crumbly, saucy and sweet toppings. If you need any tips on your Fro Yo ratio, our go-to is 1 part Fro Yo, 4 parts Oreo cookie crumble…
1. Moto Yogo
An adorable fro yo bar on wheels (humorously named ‘Stan’), makes its way around the capital to bring hot and bothered Londoners a refreshing frozen treat. We’d recommend trying their Eton Mess, with fresh strawberries, raspberry coulis and a perfected homemade meringue. If you want to check out this retro little van, the Moto Yogo wagon is currently based in Camden market.
The Stables Market, Camden, NW1 8AH
2. Sloane Brothers
Claiming Brick Lane’s frozen yogurt crown, The Sloane Bros offer some seriously lickable treats. Once you’ve chosen from the four thick, creamy and amazingly fat free flavours (Natural, Chocolate, Berries or Dulce de Leche), the real fun can begin. There’s a seriously impressive range of toppings, from fruit and nuts to something a little naughtier… HELLO PARTY RINGS.
214 Brick Lane, London E1 6SA
You never forget your first snog (#noregrets). We’d be Snogging all day long on the Snog double-decker bus if we could. Snog’s yogurt is organic and sweetened with agave nectar (meaning that snogging is actually good for you). They also now give you the option to eat your fro yo in a CONE. A mind blowing frozen yogurt evolution. We don’t even know if we’re ready for this hybrid yet…
Bringing the power of fro yo into your hands, the Yoomoo bar in Westfield Stratford is a self-service weigh and pay stall… which has proven to be extremely dangerous. At first, you’ll always underestimate your fro yo’s weight. Next thing you know, you’ve added a few more delicious toppings and you’re spending over £10 on an afternoon snack. What’s done is done; you can’t go back now, so you might as well just get licking.
Not only do Frae have incredibly adorable marketing strategies (a baby hedgehog clearly appeals to a large proportion of their clientele), but they also pride themselves on serving up a healthy indulgence. Their yogurt is sourced from British dairy farms and is naturally low in fat. From their menu, we’d recommend the OMG Frae, which is made up of natural flavoured yogurt, brownie crumbles and milk and dark chocolate chips. Deeeelicious.