Milky Cow joins Hong Kong's growing list of frozen yoghurt shops. With new flavours every week and an array of toppings including fresh fruit, cereals, chocolate and candy - Milky Cow is sure to curb your froyo cravings. Milky Cow regulars recommend the mango swirl froyo, mochi and cereal toppings and the blueberry sauce.
We usually blame America for introducing overly sized, overly fried, and overly greasy fast food to the world—so here is something healthy that we can genuinely be thankful for: the creation of froyo. Froyo, short for frozen yogurt, was first introduced in New England as a low-fat alternative to soft-serve ice cream. Today, froyo caters to dessert-lovers all over the world.
Rosanna Chu and Celine Mahtani don their tasting caps in search of the best froyo in town.
Whenever I crave anything sweet, I usually don’t think about how many calories I’ll be ingesting or how fatty the thing’ll be (which might explain why I’ve tested on the high side for the “bad” LDL cholesterol in my most recent check-up, but I digress…). So yes, it’s a comfort to know that there are health-conscious desserts establishments like Red Mango, who’ve already done the screening for us before selling us their oh-so-yummy frozen yogurt.
Red Mango is a Korea-originated health-focused froyo chain that now has over 230 stores across the world (with many in the States and a whole bunch in Southeast Asia)—one of the newest being right here on Wellington Street. The brand claims they started the whole healthy froyo craze in the States when they opened their first store in Los Angeles in 2007, and I can see why they were among the successful pioneers.