If you follow me on Instagram or Twitter, you know how I've been spending the past couple weekends, which also means you know how this post is gonna go.
I got hooked on frozen yogurt when I was visiting my boyfriend in State College. Unfortunately, since it was almost the end of his last summer there, I think we only went once, but my love of food makes a self-serve ice-cream like treat with a toppings bar where you pay by weight perfect for me. When they tell you frozen yogurt is good for you, they mean if you get a reasonable serving size with some fruit and maybe a tiny serving of junk, not the behemoth cup I got yesterday with Reese cups, cheesecake bites, some sprinkles, and a little fruit.
Contrary to my pictures and weekly Forusquare check-ins, though, Sweet Frog is not a perfect place. The flavor selection seems small, especially compared to State College's Kiwi, although this could be because we had to first gauge if the Nam was ready for self-serve frozen yogurt--and trust me, it is. It's been packed since opening day. I hear there are few hours where they aren't busy on a weekend, but I've only witnessed this once. Most of the flavors I've tried are actually a little week, except for the mango, which most people find too tangy but I like. I'm not a fan of the red velvet cake, strangely, but that may be because I prefer my cake to be in actual cake form. I also gravitate more towards fruit flavors, which I find most satisfying and refreshing, and I've declared peach to be the winner here, but you can't go wrong with any of them.
Still, though, I do love it. It's the best option for my sweet tooth, though it's only a matter of time before I meander back to Vinny's or Sonic--where they also serve fried food. There's a reason I don't believe in dieting, guys.
Best of all, unless the novelty wears off immensely or lots of people decide they don't like Sweet Frog, it's probably gonna be around for a while. Unless they keep playing Radio Disney in there, no matter how much I like that new Selena Gomez song.