Yeti Yogurt

Yeti Yogurt is a new frozen yogurt place at Simon Fraser University located in the Cornerstone Buildings. I was sad to see them open a month after I graduated because I love frozen yogurt and I would have come here all the time. Even though I’m done school, the owners were nice enough to invite me up to try some.

Yeti Yogurt

Like Menchie’s, everything here is self-serve so you can pick and combine whatever flavours you want. They have plenty of different flavours and they are always rotating in new ones. They have greek yogurt, vegan, dairy-free, and no sugar added flavours as well as regular kinds.

Yeti Yogurt

They also have a large topping bar here. I was impressed with the quality of the ingredients and they had some unique items I’ve never seen anywhere else, like banana chips, chocolate pearls, and these crunchy chocolate and lemon sauces.

Yeti Yogurt

I sampled a few flavours and the raspberry and pineapple ones were my favourites. The frozen yogurt was smooth and creamy and full of flavour.

I enjoyed the toppings just as much as the yogurt. They had plenty of popping boba (my favourite) and nice fresh blueberries and mango. The lemon crunch sauce was also delicious and I would highly recommend trying it because you can’t find it anywhere else.

Overall I was impressed with the quality of frozen yogurt and toppings at Yeti Yogurt. It has a cute and fun atmosphere and I think it is a great addition to SFU. It is definitely worth trying if you are at school.

Disclosure: I did not pay for my food.

Recommendation:

Yes, for great frozen yogurt at SFU.

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Categories: $ (less than $10), Burnaby, Dessert, SFU

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One Comment on “Yeti Yogurt”

  1. May 31, 2013 at 7:51 am #

    yayy! I didn’t even notice it when I was at school. Guess I’ll be getting some froyo soon! (:

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