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When Fro-Yo Calls, the Middle East Answers!

Do you love frozen yogurt? Of course you do! And we are happy to let you know that you are not alone. In fact, fro-yo has become increasingly popular across the globe, and now exists in most countries and in all corners of the world. Here are some classic fro-yo chains that are also super popular in the Middle East!

Snog (Doha, Qatar)

This British fro-yo chain serves the healthiest frozen yogurt imaginable! Instead of using sugar, Snog uses agave nectars to sweeten the delicious fro-yo flavors and skim milk to produce the yogurt base – all organic, of course. Don’t miss their cooling green tea flavor!

For more details, visit their Facebook page or explore their hashtag, #ifancyasnog!


Menchie’s (Amman, Jordan)

With all (really, ALL!) types of flavors and toppings available and adorable spoons to eat with, it is no wonder that this American fro-yo chain has been a huge success in Amman. Don’t miss the lychee berries and bursting bobas when you add your toppings!

Spoil yourselves with a perfect cup of Menchie's Frozen Yogurt. You deserve it! #MenchiesofAmman #discoverAmman #beAmman

Posted by Menchie's of Amman on Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Explore more toppings on their Facebook page and through the hashtag #menchiesJO! 


Yeh Frozen Yogurt Cafe (Beirut, Lebanon)

This originally Canadian frozen yogurt cafe serves not only many amazing flavors of fro-yo – but also many other fantastic desserts. After you’ve had your original tart topped off with healthy fruits, dig into one of their enormous pancake servings! This is what we call fro-yo and then some!

Because Average Is Too Mainstream 󾌫 Only at Yeh Yogurt! 󾬙 #YehPancakes #Explosive #Mouthwatering #YehYogurtLeb

Posted by Yeh Frozen Yogurt Cafe Beirut on Monday, April 13, 2015

Like them on Facebook here for more menu options!


What is your favorite fro-yo place? Which one is missing from this list? Let us know!


This story was originally published on A Teaspoon of (لیمون) Zest.

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Swedish Tufts University graduate and culture enthusiast. Bridging cultural gaps is my hope. Food, sweets, fashion, music, movies, books, and nature are my passions. Eye turned towards the Middle East and South Asia. Founder of the blog A teaspoon of (لیمون) zest, a blog devoted to sharing the beauty of cultures in the Middle East (and South Asia).

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