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It's Toppings Heaven for Frozen Yogurt at Sunny Blue, Santa Monica

This small onigiri shop devotes a good portion of their space to their frozen yogurt case, probably because there are so many toppings. We're talking yuzu, cornflakes, sprinkles, matcha green tea, graham crackers, toasted coconut, condensed milk, organic animal crackers, organic granola, mini marshmallows, gummy bears, strawberries, blueberries, kiwi, pineapple, adzuki red beans, mochi, mixed nuts, Belgian dark chocolate chips, Oreos, Hello Panda Cookies, heath toffee bits and, sweet mamma yes, giant Pocky. More

Scooped: Mango Lassi Frozen Yogurt

Next to masala chai, there's no greater beverage ambassador to India than a mango lassi. And while it's not my favorite lassi variation out there, I can't deny that it's a pretty smart thing to do with mangoes and yogurt. It's also a good basis for getting more frozen yogurt into your life. More

I Like Pinkberry's New Grapefruit Flavor

When I'm hit by a Pinkberry craving—which come infrequently, but there's no denying them when they do—I never really bother with the flavors. It's the original I want, sweet-tart and refreshing, maybe with a few raspberries or mango chunks on top. But after trying the new grapefruit flavor, I'm starting to reconsider. More

New Flavor at 16 Handles: American Apple Pie

I wasn't expecting much when I stepped inside the sleek, minimalist storefront of the Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn location. I don't usually go for fruity fro-yo or ice cream flavors, generally preferring to stick close to chocolate- or vanilla-based varieties, and I felt particularly wary about a flavor like apple, which usually tastes synthetic in desserts unless there are some real apples in there. But I dutifully grabbed a paper cup and let 'er rip. I took a spoonful: much to my surprise, the yogurt was damn good. More

5 Great Places for Frozen Yogurt in NYC

New York, like many other cities, has been overrun with frozen yogurt chains like Pinkberry and Red Mango (and about 100 knockoffs thereof). But where can you find even better frozen yogurt in New York? After tasting our way through a few dozen yogurt shops in the city, we've found five that get our stamp of approval. Here they are. More

Daily Scoop: Frozen Yogurt at Culture in Park Slope

Sometimes you hear frozen yogurt called "yogurt sorbet," which I've always found strangely contradictory (sorbet, practically by definition, is dairy-free). But the term fits at Culture in Park Slope, where the fro-yo has a lush glassiness and earnest tartness of the best sorbets. It's also the best non-homemade frozen yogurt I've ever had. Pinkberry, eat your heart out. More

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