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Weirdest Frozen Yogurt Flavors

Weirdest Frozen Yogurt Flavors

With frozen yogurt chains firmly placed in strip malls across America, it’s no surprise that weird flavors are popping up

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From sriracha to olive oil, sweet froyo may be overcome by the savory.

In the sweet, sweet world of desserts, there’s a lot of room for playfulness. From American classics like cheesecake, carrot cake, and whoopie pie to more exotic options like gulab jamun from India, it’s clear to see that not only do people enjoy their after-dinner sweets but that they also like variety. Sometimes these desserts are baked, other times they’re as simple as a few pieces of fruit. There’s one treat, though, that has taken Americans by storm over the past decade: frozen yogurt.

Click here to see the weirdest frozen yogurt flavors.

From a healthy ice cream alternative to chain restaurants often boasting over 100 flavors (and more toppings), frozen yogurt (we’ll call it froyo) has a firm foothold in the American dessert guidebook. There’s even a National Frozen Yogurt Day every February 6. Flavors range from coconut to traditional tart to banana and chocolate, and toppings include some healthy options (fruit) and some not-so-healthy choices (candy… lots of candy). Regardless of the froyo chain you choose, you’ll undoubtedly see rows and rows of handles along the wall with labels identifying which delicious flavor will pour from the spout.

As is often the case, what was once fairly basic is becoming more and more, well, we’ll call it creative. Take beer as the precedent here. Perhaps as a college-aged student all you used to have to drink was Genesee Cream Ale. There weren’t many options. Now, however, craft beer is bigger than ever, and you can pick from an ever-increasing variety of unique styles of brew. What happened with beer appears to be happening with froyo — we are in the midst of a “craft” frozen yogurt renaissance. There is clear evidence of this, as the flavors are getting crazier and the options vaster. Read on to see some of the weirdest froyo flavors out there.


Orange Creamsicle Yogurt Pops (Small Batch)



Is it weird to be posting frozen yogurt pops in March? Normally when you think of March, you think chilly, miserable, rainy, snowy. Then again, the first day of spring was this past Sunday, although it’s felt like spring all month. I’m so grateful for the warmer weather because I can walk at the park every night and not be cooped up in my apartment. I’m pretty sure I have seasonal affective disorder as I can feel my mood shifting as the weather changes.

When I’m done walking at the park, usually I’m in the mood for something cold. Sure, a tall glass of water is in order, but then I want something cold to snack on. Ice cream comes to mind, but I can’t be eating a scoop of ice cream every night (well I could but I shouldn’t). These Orange Creamsicle Yogurt Pops are the next best thing. Made with only four ingredients, these yogurt pops are reminiscent of orange creamsicles from your childhood except you don’t need to chase down the ice cream truck to buy one. The best part is they are ridiculously easy to make. All you have to do is throw four ingredients into a blender, pour, and freeze.



The one thing I hate about most frozen dessert recipes is they make too much for one person to eat. Since it’s frozen, I can’t exactly give the extras away unless someone comes over to visit (which isn’t often). That’s why this small batch recipe makes only four yogurt pops. You’re not stuck with a dozen leftovers that will end up freezer burned anyway.



These orange creamsicle yogurt pops get their creaminess from vanilla yogurt, more specifically from Silk Vanilla Dairy Free Yogurt Alternative. You can actually see the vanilla bean specks in the yogurt and tastes like you mixed yogurt with vanilla bean paste. So good! You can visit Silk’s website for a coupon. I knew almost immediately the yogurt would pair nicely with orange, which then naturally led to orange creamsicles. In addition to adding orange juice, I added orange zest to bring an element of freshness to the pops.



Confession – I have a weird thing with navel oranges. I enjoy using their zest and juice in recipes, but I don’t like to eat them as a snack. Orange yogurt popsicles? Yes. Orange smoothies? Yes. Orange flavored cake? Yes. Orange wedges for lunch? No. Orange juice for breakfast? No. I do love eating clementines, blood oranges, and grapefruit as snacks though, so it’s not like I’m against citrus. Looks like I’ll be making more yogurt pops with my leftover oranges.


Orange Creamsicle Yogurt Pops (Small Batch)



Is it weird to be posting frozen yogurt pops in March? Normally when you think of March, you think chilly, miserable, rainy, snowy. Then again, the first day of spring was this past Sunday, although it’s felt like spring all month. I’m so grateful for the warmer weather because I can walk at the park every night and not be cooped up in my apartment. I’m pretty sure I have seasonal affective disorder as I can feel my mood shifting as the weather changes.

When I’m done walking at the park, usually I’m in the mood for something cold. Sure, a tall glass of water is in order, but then I want something cold to snack on. Ice cream comes to mind, but I can’t be eating a scoop of ice cream every night (well I could but I shouldn’t). These Orange Creamsicle Yogurt Pops are the next best thing. Made with only four ingredients, these yogurt pops are reminiscent of orange creamsicles from your childhood except you don’t need to chase down the ice cream truck to buy one. The best part is they are ridiculously easy to make. All you have to do is throw four ingredients into a blender, pour, and freeze.



The one thing I hate about most frozen dessert recipes is they make too much for one person to eat. Since it’s frozen, I can’t exactly give the extras away unless someone comes over to visit (which isn’t often). That’s why this small batch recipe makes only four yogurt pops. You’re not stuck with a dozen leftovers that will end up freezer burned anyway.



These orange creamsicle yogurt pops get their creaminess from vanilla yogurt, more specifically from Silk Vanilla Dairy Free Yogurt Alternative. You can actually see the vanilla bean specks in the yogurt and tastes like you mixed yogurt with vanilla bean paste. So good! You can visit Silk’s website for a coupon. I knew almost immediately the yogurt would pair nicely with orange, which then naturally led to orange creamsicles. In addition to adding orange juice, I added orange zest to bring an element of freshness to the pops.



Confession – I have a weird thing with navel oranges. I enjoy using their zest and juice in recipes, but I don’t like to eat them as a snack. Orange yogurt popsicles? Yes. Orange smoothies? Yes. Orange flavored cake? Yes. Orange wedges for lunch? No. Orange juice for breakfast? No. I do love eating clementines, blood oranges, and grapefruit as snacks though, so it’s not like I’m against citrus. Looks like I’ll be making more yogurt pops with my leftover oranges.


Orange Creamsicle Yogurt Pops (Small Batch)



Is it weird to be posting frozen yogurt pops in March? Normally when you think of March, you think chilly, miserable, rainy, snowy. Then again, the first day of spring was this past Sunday, although it’s felt like spring all month. I’m so grateful for the warmer weather because I can walk at the park every night and not be cooped up in my apartment. I’m pretty sure I have seasonal affective disorder as I can feel my mood shifting as the weather changes.

When I’m done walking at the park, usually I’m in the mood for something cold. Sure, a tall glass of water is in order, but then I want something cold to snack on. Ice cream comes to mind, but I can’t be eating a scoop of ice cream every night (well I could but I shouldn’t). These Orange Creamsicle Yogurt Pops are the next best thing. Made with only four ingredients, these yogurt pops are reminiscent of orange creamsicles from your childhood except you don’t need to chase down the ice cream truck to buy one. The best part is they are ridiculously easy to make. All you have to do is throw four ingredients into a blender, pour, and freeze.



The one thing I hate about most frozen dessert recipes is they make too much for one person to eat. Since it’s frozen, I can’t exactly give the extras away unless someone comes over to visit (which isn’t often). That’s why this small batch recipe makes only four yogurt pops. You’re not stuck with a dozen leftovers that will end up freezer burned anyway.



These orange creamsicle yogurt pops get their creaminess from vanilla yogurt, more specifically from Silk Vanilla Dairy Free Yogurt Alternative. You can actually see the vanilla bean specks in the yogurt and tastes like you mixed yogurt with vanilla bean paste. So good! You can visit Silk’s website for a coupon. I knew almost immediately the yogurt would pair nicely with orange, which then naturally led to orange creamsicles. In addition to adding orange juice, I added orange zest to bring an element of freshness to the pops.



Confession – I have a weird thing with navel oranges. I enjoy using their zest and juice in recipes, but I don’t like to eat them as a snack. Orange yogurt popsicles? Yes. Orange smoothies? Yes. Orange flavored cake? Yes. Orange wedges for lunch? No. Orange juice for breakfast? No. I do love eating clementines, blood oranges, and grapefruit as snacks though, so it’s not like I’m against citrus. Looks like I’ll be making more yogurt pops with my leftover oranges.


Orange Creamsicle Yogurt Pops (Small Batch)



Is it weird to be posting frozen yogurt pops in March? Normally when you think of March, you think chilly, miserable, rainy, snowy. Then again, the first day of spring was this past Sunday, although it’s felt like spring all month. I’m so grateful for the warmer weather because I can walk at the park every night and not be cooped up in my apartment. I’m pretty sure I have seasonal affective disorder as I can feel my mood shifting as the weather changes.

When I’m done walking at the park, usually I’m in the mood for something cold. Sure, a tall glass of water is in order, but then I want something cold to snack on. Ice cream comes to mind, but I can’t be eating a scoop of ice cream every night (well I could but I shouldn’t). These Orange Creamsicle Yogurt Pops are the next best thing. Made with only four ingredients, these yogurt pops are reminiscent of orange creamsicles from your childhood except you don’t need to chase down the ice cream truck to buy one. The best part is they are ridiculously easy to make. All you have to do is throw four ingredients into a blender, pour, and freeze.



The one thing I hate about most frozen dessert recipes is they make too much for one person to eat. Since it’s frozen, I can’t exactly give the extras away unless someone comes over to visit (which isn’t often). That’s why this small batch recipe makes only four yogurt pops. You’re not stuck with a dozen leftovers that will end up freezer burned anyway.



These orange creamsicle yogurt pops get their creaminess from vanilla yogurt, more specifically from Silk Vanilla Dairy Free Yogurt Alternative. You can actually see the vanilla bean specks in the yogurt and tastes like you mixed yogurt with vanilla bean paste. So good! You can visit Silk’s website for a coupon. I knew almost immediately the yogurt would pair nicely with orange, which then naturally led to orange creamsicles. In addition to adding orange juice, I added orange zest to bring an element of freshness to the pops.



Confession – I have a weird thing with navel oranges. I enjoy using their zest and juice in recipes, but I don’t like to eat them as a snack. Orange yogurt popsicles? Yes. Orange smoothies? Yes. Orange flavored cake? Yes. Orange wedges for lunch? No. Orange juice for breakfast? No. I do love eating clementines, blood oranges, and grapefruit as snacks though, so it’s not like I’m against citrus. Looks like I’ll be making more yogurt pops with my leftover oranges.


Orange Creamsicle Yogurt Pops (Small Batch)



Is it weird to be posting frozen yogurt pops in March? Normally when you think of March, you think chilly, miserable, rainy, snowy. Then again, the first day of spring was this past Sunday, although it’s felt like spring all month. I’m so grateful for the warmer weather because I can walk at the park every night and not be cooped up in my apartment. I’m pretty sure I have seasonal affective disorder as I can feel my mood shifting as the weather changes.

When I’m done walking at the park, usually I’m in the mood for something cold. Sure, a tall glass of water is in order, but then I want something cold to snack on. Ice cream comes to mind, but I can’t be eating a scoop of ice cream every night (well I could but I shouldn’t). These Orange Creamsicle Yogurt Pops are the next best thing. Made with only four ingredients, these yogurt pops are reminiscent of orange creamsicles from your childhood except you don’t need to chase down the ice cream truck to buy one. The best part is they are ridiculously easy to make. All you have to do is throw four ingredients into a blender, pour, and freeze.



The one thing I hate about most frozen dessert recipes is they make too much for one person to eat. Since it’s frozen, I can’t exactly give the extras away unless someone comes over to visit (which isn’t often). That’s why this small batch recipe makes only four yogurt pops. You’re not stuck with a dozen leftovers that will end up freezer burned anyway.



These orange creamsicle yogurt pops get their creaminess from vanilla yogurt, more specifically from Silk Vanilla Dairy Free Yogurt Alternative. You can actually see the vanilla bean specks in the yogurt and tastes like you mixed yogurt with vanilla bean paste. So good! You can visit Silk’s website for a coupon. I knew almost immediately the yogurt would pair nicely with orange, which then naturally led to orange creamsicles. In addition to adding orange juice, I added orange zest to bring an element of freshness to the pops.



Confession – I have a weird thing with navel oranges. I enjoy using their zest and juice in recipes, but I don’t like to eat them as a snack. Orange yogurt popsicles? Yes. Orange smoothies? Yes. Orange flavored cake? Yes. Orange wedges for lunch? No. Orange juice for breakfast? No. I do love eating clementines, blood oranges, and grapefruit as snacks though, so it’s not like I’m against citrus. Looks like I’ll be making more yogurt pops with my leftover oranges.


Orange Creamsicle Yogurt Pops (Small Batch)



Is it weird to be posting frozen yogurt pops in March? Normally when you think of March, you think chilly, miserable, rainy, snowy. Then again, the first day of spring was this past Sunday, although it’s felt like spring all month. I’m so grateful for the warmer weather because I can walk at the park every night and not be cooped up in my apartment. I’m pretty sure I have seasonal affective disorder as I can feel my mood shifting as the weather changes.

When I’m done walking at the park, usually I’m in the mood for something cold. Sure, a tall glass of water is in order, but then I want something cold to snack on. Ice cream comes to mind, but I can’t be eating a scoop of ice cream every night (well I could but I shouldn’t). These Orange Creamsicle Yogurt Pops are the next best thing. Made with only four ingredients, these yogurt pops are reminiscent of orange creamsicles from your childhood except you don’t need to chase down the ice cream truck to buy one. The best part is they are ridiculously easy to make. All you have to do is throw four ingredients into a blender, pour, and freeze.



The one thing I hate about most frozen dessert recipes is they make too much for one person to eat. Since it’s frozen, I can’t exactly give the extras away unless someone comes over to visit (which isn’t often). That’s why this small batch recipe makes only four yogurt pops. You’re not stuck with a dozen leftovers that will end up freezer burned anyway.



These orange creamsicle yogurt pops get their creaminess from vanilla yogurt, more specifically from Silk Vanilla Dairy Free Yogurt Alternative. You can actually see the vanilla bean specks in the yogurt and tastes like you mixed yogurt with vanilla bean paste. So good! You can visit Silk’s website for a coupon. I knew almost immediately the yogurt would pair nicely with orange, which then naturally led to orange creamsicles. In addition to adding orange juice, I added orange zest to bring an element of freshness to the pops.



Confession – I have a weird thing with navel oranges. I enjoy using their zest and juice in recipes, but I don’t like to eat them as a snack. Orange yogurt popsicles? Yes. Orange smoothies? Yes. Orange flavored cake? Yes. Orange wedges for lunch? No. Orange juice for breakfast? No. I do love eating clementines, blood oranges, and grapefruit as snacks though, so it’s not like I’m against citrus. Looks like I’ll be making more yogurt pops with my leftover oranges.


Orange Creamsicle Yogurt Pops (Small Batch)



Is it weird to be posting frozen yogurt pops in March? Normally when you think of March, you think chilly, miserable, rainy, snowy. Then again, the first day of spring was this past Sunday, although it’s felt like spring all month. I’m so grateful for the warmer weather because I can walk at the park every night and not be cooped up in my apartment. I’m pretty sure I have seasonal affective disorder as I can feel my mood shifting as the weather changes.

When I’m done walking at the park, usually I’m in the mood for something cold. Sure, a tall glass of water is in order, but then I want something cold to snack on. Ice cream comes to mind, but I can’t be eating a scoop of ice cream every night (well I could but I shouldn’t). These Orange Creamsicle Yogurt Pops are the next best thing. Made with only four ingredients, these yogurt pops are reminiscent of orange creamsicles from your childhood except you don’t need to chase down the ice cream truck to buy one. The best part is they are ridiculously easy to make. All you have to do is throw four ingredients into a blender, pour, and freeze.



The one thing I hate about most frozen dessert recipes is they make too much for one person to eat. Since it’s frozen, I can’t exactly give the extras away unless someone comes over to visit (which isn’t often). That’s why this small batch recipe makes only four yogurt pops. You’re not stuck with a dozen leftovers that will end up freezer burned anyway.



These orange creamsicle yogurt pops get their creaminess from vanilla yogurt, more specifically from Silk Vanilla Dairy Free Yogurt Alternative. You can actually see the vanilla bean specks in the yogurt and tastes like you mixed yogurt with vanilla bean paste. So good! You can visit Silk’s website for a coupon. I knew almost immediately the yogurt would pair nicely with orange, which then naturally led to orange creamsicles. In addition to adding orange juice, I added orange zest to bring an element of freshness to the pops.



Confession – I have a weird thing with navel oranges. I enjoy using their zest and juice in recipes, but I don’t like to eat them as a snack. Orange yogurt popsicles? Yes. Orange smoothies? Yes. Orange flavored cake? Yes. Orange wedges for lunch? No. Orange juice for breakfast? No. I do love eating clementines, blood oranges, and grapefruit as snacks though, so it’s not like I’m against citrus. Looks like I’ll be making more yogurt pops with my leftover oranges.


Orange Creamsicle Yogurt Pops (Small Batch)



Is it weird to be posting frozen yogurt pops in March? Normally when you think of March, you think chilly, miserable, rainy, snowy. Then again, the first day of spring was this past Sunday, although it’s felt like spring all month. I’m so grateful for the warmer weather because I can walk at the park every night and not be cooped up in my apartment. I’m pretty sure I have seasonal affective disorder as I can feel my mood shifting as the weather changes.

When I’m done walking at the park, usually I’m in the mood for something cold. Sure, a tall glass of water is in order, but then I want something cold to snack on. Ice cream comes to mind, but I can’t be eating a scoop of ice cream every night (well I could but I shouldn’t). These Orange Creamsicle Yogurt Pops are the next best thing. Made with only four ingredients, these yogurt pops are reminiscent of orange creamsicles from your childhood except you don’t need to chase down the ice cream truck to buy one. The best part is they are ridiculously easy to make. All you have to do is throw four ingredients into a blender, pour, and freeze.



The one thing I hate about most frozen dessert recipes is they make too much for one person to eat. Since it’s frozen, I can’t exactly give the extras away unless someone comes over to visit (which isn’t often). That’s why this small batch recipe makes only four yogurt pops. You’re not stuck with a dozen leftovers that will end up freezer burned anyway.



These orange creamsicle yogurt pops get their creaminess from vanilla yogurt, more specifically from Silk Vanilla Dairy Free Yogurt Alternative. You can actually see the vanilla bean specks in the yogurt and tastes like you mixed yogurt with vanilla bean paste. So good! You can visit Silk’s website for a coupon. I knew almost immediately the yogurt would pair nicely with orange, which then naturally led to orange creamsicles. In addition to adding orange juice, I added orange zest to bring an element of freshness to the pops.



Confession – I have a weird thing with navel oranges. I enjoy using their zest and juice in recipes, but I don’t like to eat them as a snack. Orange yogurt popsicles? Yes. Orange smoothies? Yes. Orange flavored cake? Yes. Orange wedges for lunch? No. Orange juice for breakfast? No. I do love eating clementines, blood oranges, and grapefruit as snacks though, so it’s not like I’m against citrus. Looks like I’ll be making more yogurt pops with my leftover oranges.


Orange Creamsicle Yogurt Pops (Small Batch)



Is it weird to be posting frozen yogurt pops in March? Normally when you think of March, you think chilly, miserable, rainy, snowy. Then again, the first day of spring was this past Sunday, although it’s felt like spring all month. I’m so grateful for the warmer weather because I can walk at the park every night and not be cooped up in my apartment. I’m pretty sure I have seasonal affective disorder as I can feel my mood shifting as the weather changes.

When I’m done walking at the park, usually I’m in the mood for something cold. Sure, a tall glass of water is in order, but then I want something cold to snack on. Ice cream comes to mind, but I can’t be eating a scoop of ice cream every night (well I could but I shouldn’t). These Orange Creamsicle Yogurt Pops are the next best thing. Made with only four ingredients, these yogurt pops are reminiscent of orange creamsicles from your childhood except you don’t need to chase down the ice cream truck to buy one. The best part is they are ridiculously easy to make. All you have to do is throw four ingredients into a blender, pour, and freeze.



The one thing I hate about most frozen dessert recipes is they make too much for one person to eat. Since it’s frozen, I can’t exactly give the extras away unless someone comes over to visit (which isn’t often). That’s why this small batch recipe makes only four yogurt pops. You’re not stuck with a dozen leftovers that will end up freezer burned anyway.



These orange creamsicle yogurt pops get their creaminess from vanilla yogurt, more specifically from Silk Vanilla Dairy Free Yogurt Alternative. You can actually see the vanilla bean specks in the yogurt and tastes like you mixed yogurt with vanilla bean paste. So good! You can visit Silk’s website for a coupon. I knew almost immediately the yogurt would pair nicely with orange, which then naturally led to orange creamsicles. In addition to adding orange juice, I added orange zest to bring an element of freshness to the pops.



Confession – I have a weird thing with navel oranges. I enjoy using their zest and juice in recipes, but I don’t like to eat them as a snack. Orange yogurt popsicles? Yes. Orange smoothies? Yes. Orange flavored cake? Yes. Orange wedges for lunch? No. Orange juice for breakfast? No. I do love eating clementines, blood oranges, and grapefruit as snacks though, so it’s not like I’m against citrus. Looks like I’ll be making more yogurt pops with my leftover oranges.


Orange Creamsicle Yogurt Pops (Small Batch)



Is it weird to be posting frozen yogurt pops in March? Normally when you think of March, you think chilly, miserable, rainy, snowy. Then again, the first day of spring was this past Sunday, although it’s felt like spring all month. I’m so grateful for the warmer weather because I can walk at the park every night and not be cooped up in my apartment. I’m pretty sure I have seasonal affective disorder as I can feel my mood shifting as the weather changes.

When I’m done walking at the park, usually I’m in the mood for something cold. Sure, a tall glass of water is in order, but then I want something cold to snack on. Ice cream comes to mind, but I can’t be eating a scoop of ice cream every night (well I could but I shouldn’t). These Orange Creamsicle Yogurt Pops are the next best thing. Made with only four ingredients, these yogurt pops are reminiscent of orange creamsicles from your childhood except you don’t need to chase down the ice cream truck to buy one. The best part is they are ridiculously easy to make. All you have to do is throw four ingredients into a blender, pour, and freeze.



The one thing I hate about most frozen dessert recipes is they make too much for one person to eat. Since it’s frozen, I can’t exactly give the extras away unless someone comes over to visit (which isn’t often). That’s why this small batch recipe makes only four yogurt pops. You’re not stuck with a dozen leftovers that will end up freezer burned anyway.



These orange creamsicle yogurt pops get their creaminess from vanilla yogurt, more specifically from Silk Vanilla Dairy Free Yogurt Alternative. You can actually see the vanilla bean specks in the yogurt and tastes like you mixed yogurt with vanilla bean paste. So good! You can visit Silk’s website for a coupon. I knew almost immediately the yogurt would pair nicely with orange, which then naturally led to orange creamsicles. In addition to adding orange juice, I added orange zest to bring an element of freshness to the pops.



Confession – I have a weird thing with navel oranges. I enjoy using their zest and juice in recipes, but I don’t like to eat them as a snack. Orange yogurt popsicles? Yes. Orange smoothies? Yes. Orange flavored cake? Yes. Orange wedges for lunch? No. Orange juice for breakfast? No. I do love eating clementines, blood oranges, and grapefruit as snacks though, so it’s not like I’m against citrus. Looks like I’ll be making more yogurt pops with my leftover oranges.


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