Woah, what's fro-yo?!
Yet another ice cream style product to grace our high streets and supermarkets. Britain has seen the rise of frozen yogurt as the latest trend in all things
sweet. A crossbreed between traditional ice cream and healthier yogurt products, fro- yo has become the new way for customers to enjoy their dessert
while still being conscious of their health. Although there is debate regarding how healthy frozen yogurt actually is, there is no denying
that many of the frozen yogurts on offer are naturally low in fat and full of probiotics. I'll take that as a win.
Where to go for fro – yo:
Originating from a dairy farm in North Wales, Frae pride themselves on using real yoghurt in their products over cheap, rehydrated powder mixes commonly used by fro-yo brands seen on the market today. Often filled with an impeccably dressed crowd, the trendy shops are located throughout London, but Frae also offer their services for events and occasions.
Sheila's Fruity Cumbrian Fro-Yo
Formed in 2014, Sheila uses locally grown fruits to create her flavours and products. New flavours this season include: gooseberry & elderflower, plum & damson and rhubarb & ginger. Her range of frozen yogurt is available at Cumbrian shows and food festivals throughout the summer months.
Just want some proper ice cream? We have it covered...
English Lakes Ice Cream
Renowned across The Lake District and the UK, English Lakes Ice Cream is undoubtedly one of the country's finest producers of luxury traditional ice cream. Award winning and synonymous with quality, English Lakes' reputation of being a superior ice cream brand is well deserved (don't worry, a thorough taste test was executed previous to writing this blog, JUST to be sure). Their flavours include the ever popular Thunder & Lightning, Madagascan Vanilla, as well as combinations such as Banana Toffee & Walnut and Raspberry Pavlova.
FYI, sprinkles never go out of fashion.