Fro-Yo is awesome.
Frozen Yogurt is THE healthier choice when it comes to frozen treats. The nutritional values when considering fat content is remarkable! The average cup of vanilla ice cream contains about 15g of fat...on the contrary, vanilla Fro-Yo contains about 6g!
Our flavors are incredibly tasty, hence the name, "WOW!" There are numerous flavors that we ourselves thoroughly enjoy! Such flavors can range from pineapple, mango, and coconut–all the way to cookie dough, oreo, and salted caramel. As far as toppings go, we buy the freshest toppings from local grocers every time, guaranteed. We always enjoy providing fresh fruits as well as sweet and delicious candies.
We have one mission, and that is to build a better community!
One of the strongest forces is when the community gathers together and grows as a people.As a society, we have been moving in a direction where solitude and isolation are intensifying.We desire to be a force of friendliness in our community. We long to be a family friend of yours. We want to make life more vibrant for you. We just want to see the joy of sweets and souls gathering together for a brief moment. Life is short, we want to step in and bring a breath of fresh air to our community with our product, our people, and our passion.
We are firm believers in the rich love that takes place in a family. We know that family is more than just blood. We believe that family can be defined as a persons deeply rooted love for another being. We are a family business. Our owners consist of a three-fold family. Two of which are father/son, and the third is a long loved best friend. We are in this together, solely to bring you a family environment everywhere we go. Oh ya, and we sell amazing, mouthwatering yogurt with a plentitude of awesome toppings! So much fun! Woo Hoo!
*Father Russ, and Son Brandon pictured above.
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Glendale Cherry Creek Chronicle
In our first year of business, we were lucky enough to grab a spot in the Glendale Cherry Creek Chronicle. If you would like to read the article, click the button below.