Swirl Art – DIY Your Own Yogurt
Some research showed that adding yogurt to your diet may rev up the body’s fat-burning engines, speed weight loss, and trim the tummy. Even if you do not lose weight, consider yogurt a good source of calcium.
With yogurt providing paradise for your taste buds on a hot summer Singapore, this has already quietly becoming the next big trend in Singapore. Can you name any yogurt shops? The most prominent is likely to be Yami (not Yam Ah Mee), followed by Sogurt, Red Mango, BerryLite, Frolick and Yoguru. So which is your favourite?
And there is Swirl Art.
This store offers frozen yogurt by weight, and patrons can add a variety of toppings to the frozen treats. You can mix and match 10 flavours of non-fat frozen yogurt, and decorate your swirls with more than 30 toppings available. The number of DIY combinations? You do the Maths.
The flavours include cookies and cream, kiwi, passion fruit, blackberry, green tea, banana with my favourite being taro. Some of the more popular toppings include mochi, QQ balls, nata de coco and honey balls. Be warned that they help your yogurt (and you) weigh more.
I liked it that the yogurt is creamy yet light, sweet yet not too sour. And it does not melt that fast even under this weather. At $3 per 100g, it is easy to go ‘overboard’ because that would be about half a cup without the toppings. You do the careful estimation.
Good news. Swirl Art has a promotion now – If your yogurt is exactly 100, 200 or 300 g, your cup will be given to you absolutely free! Mine was 107 g, and so…
417 River Valley Road / 1 Liang Seah Street #01-13/14
Opening Hours: Sun-Thurs: 12pm – 12am; Fri-Sat 12pm – 2am
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