Wednesday, August 8, 2007

Whatever happened to...

Whatever happened to frozen yogurt stores?? Remember in the 1980s and early 1990s when they were on every freakin' corner? Sort of like...hmmm, what has replaced them....Starbucks?

You could step right up and for a few dollars get a fat free and/or sugar free swirly creamy cold cup of yumminess. Some places even had mix-ins like nuts, etc. You could make it a lunch, most certainly. But now?? Nada. Where I live in the Seattle area, they must hate yogurt. There is Cold Stone, there is still Baskin Robbins, etc., but what about all the yogurt places? Where can I get some fat free sugar free yogurty goodness?


sinkcar said...

You can make an even better frozen yogurt at home. Put frozen fruit in your food processor and grind it up into small chunks. Add some yogurt (we use Dannon Lite). Go real easy on the yogurt - you want only enough to moisten it to the consistency of ice cream, so add slowly. Makes a delightfully creamy, almost instantaneous frozen yogurt that you can eat guilt free. We like peaches with vanilla yogurt, strawberries with vanilla yogurt, tart cherries with lemon yogurt, blueberries with either lemon, vanilla or blueberry yogurt, etc.

Breadless MrsB said...

I tagged you in a game of Blog-Tag!! (I swear I didn't start it - don't blame me!! Hehe).