6 best places for frozen yogurt in Singapore

February 16, 2017
  • Yogurtland
    1 / 6 Yogurtland

    The American froyo sensation has swirled its way onto the shores of Singapore!

    With over 200 flavours that are alternated every three weeks, Yogurtland’s frozen yogurt is made with all-natural ingredients and is either low in fat or non-fat.

    They even have dairy-free sorbet options available. The smooth and consistent texture will leave you craving for more. This self-serve frozen yogurt brand charges $3 for every 100g.

    Available at: Suntec City, #B1-165/166

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  • Kokopanda
    2 / 6 Kokopanda

    The new Korean-inspired frozen yogurt/ice cream is made especially for a guilt-free indulgence.

    Instead of your regular froyos, Kokopanda’s Black Yogo is made from roasted coconut husk that contains edible activated charcoal to give you a detox.

    Try the half black yogo and half white creamo combination for a creamy yet refreshing taste.

    Top off your soft serve with premium dried fruits that are dried under low temperature to preserve their nutrients and vitamins. Choose either a cup with one topping ($4.90), or a cup with a choice of three toppings ($5.90).

    Available at: Plaza Singapura, #B2-60

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  • Yami Yogurt
    3 / 6 Yami Yogurt

    One of the longest brands in the froyo market, YAMI Yogurt is known for their signature peach-flavoured yogurt. They have a wide variety of toppings ranging from fresh fruits to nuts and seeds, you’ll be spoilt for choice.

    Try their latest product called The Splitz which lets you choose up to four flavours, four toppings, and four syrups all in one cup. Prices start from $2.90 for a basic small cup.

    Available at: Visit http://www.myyamiyogurt.com/contact-us#thelocatemap to find your nearest outlet.

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  • Milk & Honey
    4 / 6 Milk & Honey

    Top off your froyo with their artisanal handcrafted toppings, which are mainly handcrafted daily by dessert chefs with the freshest ingredients.

    Try out their healthier topping options such as sesame tuile, Hokkaido red bean, ginger orange madeleine and honey almond granola.

    Look out for their three latest flavours as well: Pecan Pop, Pumpkin Pebbles and Pistachio Cluster. Prices start from $4 for a petit cup with a choice of one topping.

    Available at: Visit http://www.welovemilkandhoney.com to find your nearest outlet.

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  • Frozen by a Thousand Blessings
    5 / 6 Frozen by a Thousand Blessings

    The Australian froyo brand uses air-flown organic milk and yogurt from Australia to give you fresh and tasty yogurt.

    Try their best-selling natural flavor yogurt. Instead of adding sugar, they use Stevia, a natural sweetener from the plant.

    Some of the healthy toppings they offer include organic chia seeds, flaxed seeds, coconut flakes and fresh fruits. Take your pick from six different yogurt flavours and 35 topping choices at $3.90 per 100g.

    Available at: Block 126, Toa Payoh Lorong 1, #01-551

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  • Glacier
    6 / 6 Glacier

    Refresh yourself on a hot and humid day with Glacier’s froyo which gives you an icy after taste. Their flavours are on a rotation basis, with six flavours available at any one time.

    Keep a lookout for their unique flavours such as pomegranate, yuzu, coconut and avocado. Help yourself to the wide selection of yogurt and toppings for $3.30 per 100g.

    Available at: Paya Lebar Square, #01-29

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    A version of this story first appeared in Shape

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