Get your frozen yogurt fix without downing an entire meal’s worth of calories
Frozen yogurt may offer a healthier alternative to ice cream, but it can be easy to fall into a calorie trap when you load up on rich flavors and toppings. Check out our cheatsheet to see which froyo combos to order at popular chains. Each one is low in fat and calories—so you can enjoy a guilt-free summer treat!
Dig into one of Pinkberry’s delicious combos like the new strawberry yogurt topped with fresh strawberries and a drizzle of balsamic glaze. The smooth froyo tastes just like the real fruit, and the unique toppings offer a blend of sweet and tart flavors.
Order a small cup of Pinkberry’s watermelon yogurt topped with watermelon puree and chunks—they’re cut by hand every day to ensure quality and freshness. Not only does this fresh combo taste like an explosion of watermelon flavor, it’s also extremely low in calories and fat!
A single creamy scoop of Baskin-Robbins’ Fat-Free Vanilla Froyo is a satisfying treat on a steamy summer’s day, but even more so since it’s part of their Bright Choices line that includes healthier-for-you options.
When you want to indulge, ordering Cherry On Top’s Original Tart flavor is probably your best bet. The icy-cold frozen yogurt serves up the perfect sweet/tart balance, while an all-berry topping adds a flavor-packed dose of antioxidants.
Red Mango’s Original flavor is scrumptious, but rather than dousing it with a calorie-packed topping like hot fudge or caramel sauce, add an antioxidant boost with blueberries and raspberries. Altogether, the fruity combo clocks in at only 103 calories!
Yogurtland’s exotic Blood Orange Tart is guaranteed to cool you down. The zesty citrus flavor of is so refreshing on its own that you won’t need any accompanying toppings
A delicious swirl of Menchie’s Strawberry froyo is just what your sweet tooth craves! And this no-sugar-added flavor won’t wreak havoc on your bikini-body diet. Steer clear of the chocolate chips and crushed Oreo cookies, and opt for a sprinkle of fresh blueberries on top instead.