The Best Frozen Yogurt in Toronto
The best frozen yogurt in Toronto comes in seemingly endless flavours, with many lovely cavity-inducing toppings to match (Teddy Grahams and gummy bears, anyone?) As I write this list, I fantasize about froyo the entire time. The resurgence of summer weather makes this the perfect few weeks to grab the dessert, and I just might have to head to one of these spots on my way home to cure my craving. Anyone else suffering from the same obsession?
Here are the best places to grab frozen yogurt in Toronto.
Head to the humble purple stand in Pacific Mal for some of the more original and best value FroYo in the GTA. YuTopia offers up four flavours of all-natural frozen yogurt which rotate between choices like watermelon, avocado, and Ferrero Rocher (not to mention the very enticing Sailor Moon flavour). More »
Yogurt Spoon at Yonge and Wellesley offers self-serve yogurt with about 20 to 30 different fantastical toppings, like Captain Crunch cereal and kiwi. There are 10 flavours of yogurt available including options that are fat free and dairy free. More »
Just up the street from Yogurt Spoon, Red Bench serves up organic yogurt, with six varieties typically available. All of their yogurts are made in house, with flavours like Creamsicle and peanut butter, and over 30 different toppings. And in case frozen yogurt isn’t your thing, they also offer the option to design your own cookie. Anyone? More »
This Canadian chain owned by the same people behind Yogen Fruz has expanded rapidly in Toronto over the past year with outlets in nearly all areas of the city including the self-serve operation at Avenue and Lawrence. They claim their yogurt is fat free so you can guiltlessly fill your boots. More »
The celebrity froyo empire has locations worldwide and now in various Toronto neighbourhoods as well. Within the walls of its Annex location you'll find not only frozen yogurt, but a DIY frozen yogurt sundae bar. They’ve got constantly-rotating sauces and toppings including several kinds of candy and fruit for a customized approach to dessert munching. More »
Gurts is Roncy’s answer to self serve froyo. Offerings switch up regularly, but alongside the requisite chocolate, you’ll also sometimes find flavours like banana and maple nut. Toppings are supremely kid friendly with Teddy Grahams, M&M’s and sprinkles as favourites. Gurt’s offers gluten-free options too. More »
This London (Ont.) based import is Menchie's Annex competition near Bloor and Spadina. The shop has a massive patio, and the best part is it caters to just about everyone (who likes frozen yoghurt, that is), as its yogurt is dairy free, and its toppings suitable for vegans. More »
Yoco Froyo in Yorkville offers 10 flavours of self serve frozen yogurt from a roster of about 30. Original, chocolate and vanilla can be found on any day, and flavours like cheesecake, sugar free cappucino and dairy-free raspberry make guest appearances. More »
Berry Mix is different from other froyo outlets in that it makes a point of using all local ingredients and hormone-free milk. Flavours switch up every few days or so, and there are locations in Little Italy and Chinatown, where you will find not only frozen yogurt, but smoothies and bubble tea, too. More »
DeKefir is a little shop in the PATH, and it offers a different sort of frozen yogurt from the others on this list. It’s made from frozen kefir, and sweetened with organic cane sugar. It’s not self-serve, like the others, but there are still plenty of candy, fruit and grain toppings to choose from. More »
Yeh! arrived in Toronto via Montreal, and its outpost in our fair city is situated near Bayview and Eglinton. There are ten flavours of self serve goodness available at any given time, with some mainstays (double chocolate, for example) and some on rotation, like Greek yogurt and New York Cheesecake. More »