I love a good frozen yogurt sundae. And it’s always a treat for me to take my kids to a froyo bar. Where is your favorite one? Take a look at what we’ve found.
Pop Culture, 3833 Lexington Ave N. #108 Arden Hills • Open daily, 11:30am- 10pm
Located at Lexington Station in Arden Hills, Pop Culture is a frozen yogurt experience for your whole family to enjoy. Bright red walls and multi-colored tiling invite anyone and everyone into tasting this exciting frozen treat. Read Gianna’s Review Here.
Special Features: Over 70 toppings • sauce bar • real whipped cream machine • non-fat • gluten- free • no-sugar-added available • dairy free options
(Yo)gurt [Lab], 11 locations around the Twin Cities
First opened in 2011 in Minneapolis, Yogurt Lab has become extremely popular around the metro. With a periodic table of elemental flavors, your choices vary from shop to shop. Give your yogurt lab of choice a call to see what they are offering.
Special Features: Pay by the cup instead of the ounce • handcrafted in each shop • hormone-free milk used • organic yogurt
Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt, 750 Cleveland Ave. S, St. Paul • Mon-Sun, 12-10pm
Started in a suburb of Los Angeles, Danna and Adam Caldwell’s mission is to “make your smile” with their frozen yogurt. And it’s worked. Now all over the world, Danna, Adam, and their mascot, Menchie are making you smile whenever you enjoy their frozen treats.
Special Features: Gluten-free options • vegan options • no high-fructose corn-syrup options • entire line is certified kosher
More YUMMY Family Fun • Ice Cream Shoppes • Coffee Shoppes • Kids Eat Free or Cheap
CherryBerry Yogurt Bar, Various metro locations & hours
As a huge company throughout the United States and Canada, I think the biggest concentration is right here in the metro. So if you like to get your froyo groove on anywhere in the US, CherryBerry may be the perfect shop for you and your family.
Special Features: Online interactive nutrition info • fresh, never frozen fruit toppings • co-brand with Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory.
Sweet Toppings, 1537 154th Ave NW, Andover • Open daily, 12- 9 pm
Located in Andover, Sweet Toppings was voted “Best Frozen Yogurt” by WCCO viewers in 2015. Shirley Fairbanks, owner, is all about developing relationships with her community. She loves to play in the yogurt kitchen developing new flavors and ideas.
Special Features: Independent shop • offers four-legged friends a dish of water outside and complimentary pup cup of yogurt • Flavors of the Month
Fro Yo Soul, Twin Cities mobile frozen yogurt!
Traveling in a Baby Blue Former Correctional Facilities Bus, Zack and Jessi bring FroYo to you. “Our mission is to explore a world of tastes, sights, thoughts, cultures, and respect for all people and wellness. We revel in the opportunity to provide nutrition that is good fro-yo body and soul.”
Special Features: Mobile shop • premium organic yogurt • unique experience •
We’ve tried to round up as many as we could find, but please let us know if we missed your favorite. We’d love to share it and support local business.
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