Frozen By A Thousand Blessings
Frozen By A Thousand Blessings is my favourite froyo place and they have several branches across Melbourne. Fortunate enough, I can go to the nearest one just two minutes away from where I stay. I have eaten at Frozen By A Thousand Blessings so many times and have compiled a few photos to share.
They always only just have six flavours and the least popular flavours is always constantly changed and you can be assured that the flavours that remained are all the more favoured ones. My favourite by far is the ‘Coconut’, while the ‘Hazelnut And Almond Mylk’ comes second. And no I did not spell Mylk wrongly. Current flavours I see as of date including the aforementioned ones include the ‘Natural’, ‘Mango And Soy’, ‘Passionfruit’, ‘Pomegranate’, ‘Green Tea’, and ‘Chocolate’.
The best part of Frozen By A Thousand Blessings is not just the yoghurt, but of the array of toppings they offer. I always have to ladle in many bits of lemon cheesecake pieces, and by always I mean all the time. They have healthy toppings from fruits to muesli, coconut or almond flakes, chia seeds, goji berries, or the not so healthy from brownies, to Hello Panda biscuits, Reese’s chocolates, big fat mochi and candied popcorn. Really, the choices are endless.
If you are conscious about nutrients, they have take-home cards showing you nutritional information and ingredients of each yoghurt. In my case, I am always tempted and always ended up having too much toppings for my own good. Come on, I know I am not the only one.