Fraiche Yogurt

 644 Emerson St Ste 110
Palo Alto, CA

Super addictive frozen yogurt. I dream of this.

Came here for the first time with some friends that were raving about it. It’s one of those places that are all organic and upscale yogurt like. It’s a fairly small place with a few tables and couches.

They only serve greek style yogurt and frozen yogurt made with the greek style yogurt. The yogurt is apparently made on the premises.

The frozen yogurt comes in three different flavours: chocolate, natural, and soy.

There are a variety of toppings that can be added to your yogurt: three different types of honey, maple syrup, kiwi, blueberries, strawberries, bananas, chocolate shavings, toasted almonds, coconut, some types of fruit preserves, graham crackers, and I’m sure I’m missing some still.

They also have some local coffee produced by someplace in Oakland.

You can also feel self righteous and supporting of organic food and like you’re being healthy by getting this frozen yogurt instead of ice cream.

Natural frozen yogurt with two toppings

Deliciousness in a cup is all I can say. The frozen yogurt is vaguely vanilla in flavor and not as sweet as frozen yogurt in the US usually is. It’s slightly tangy as was the original yogurt before it became frozen yogurt. I got strawberries and clover honey mixed in with my yogurt and it was super good. Fresh fruit always makes me feel healthy. Sadly, the honey solidified somewhat due to the cold temperature of the frozen yogurt, but it was still good. I wished they dumped on more of the toppings than they did, but it was quite good. Very light and refreshing, perfect for summer days and trying to be healthy. ;) If only there was a place closer to where I live…but on second thought, I would just eat this all the time then. I swear, they must put crack in this stuff.

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