Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt Shops are Sweet & Sour on Dairy-Free

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We first learned about Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt from viewer Tracy S. back in 2013:

Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt serves two dairy-free flavors.  And they will get fresh toppings from the back on request so you don’t risk cross contamination at the toppings bar.

Since then, this popular soft-serve chain has continued to expand their dairy-free and vegan selection. They now offer a rotating dairy-free line-up that includes Raspberry Lemonade, Pink Lemonade, Pineapple, Lemon Bar, Lemon, and Orange frozen yogurt. Yes, it is a little lemon heavy, but they do have limited edition flavors that pop up each year.

Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt Has Numerous Dairy-Free and Vegan Soft-Serve Flavors

Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt Shops are Sweet & Sour on Dairy-Free

In 2018, they partnered with Jolly Rancher to create two limited edition dairy-free flavors: Blue Raspberry and Green Apple. To top it all off, Jolly Rancher pieces were available on their extensive toppings bar.

This year, they’ve teamed up with Mondelez to create Sour Raspberry Froyo that you can top with Sour Patch Kids. Both the frozen yogurt and the topping are dairy-free and vegan-friendly. This sweet and sour flavor will be featured at Orange Leaf locations from May 6 through June 30.

Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt also offers self-serve smoothies, and we’ve heard rumor that some of the flavors can be made dairy-free. Check at your local shop to confirm, because they no longer have allergen and ingredient information on their website.

Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt Has Numerous Dairy-Free and Vegan Soft-Serve Flavors

Where to Find Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt

They have shops throughout the U.S. with a heavy concentration in the South, East, and Midwest. See the website below for addresses, menus, and ingredient information.

Website: www.orangeleafyogurt.com

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