Frozen Yogurt Bar At Home

Frozen yogurt, more affectionately known as froyo, has taken the sweet market by storm popping up in every city lately.  We got our first froyo bar about two years ago and now we have three in my little city.  Visiting a froyo shop costs our family close to $20.  That can get pricey when you love it as much as we do.  Last year for my birthday I got a Cuisinart Frozen Yogurt Maker (<—Amazon affiliate link) and have been making frozen yogurt at home ever since.  It is so simple to make and is a fun way to spruce up dessert when guests come over. 

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I was recently contacted by Better Homes & Gardens to try their new porcelain white dishes from Wal-Mart.  I adore white dishes and use them solely in my home.  So I picked up a few from their collection that I will be showing you today to set up my froyo bar.

The little circle and square bowls are $1.98.  The bamboo tray was $15.88.  In the little bowls we put our favorite toppings.  I personally love chocolate frozen yogurt with Oreos and Reese’s cups with a little Reese’s Peanut Butter Topping drizzled on it.  Yum-O!

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The waffle bowls and the mini cones are on the rectangle dishes.  And I put the frozen yogurt into the porcelain footed serving bowl for $5.88.

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Who said you had to use the gravy boats for gravy?  How about some peanut butter and chocolate topping.  Much better wouldn’t you agree?

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Everyone loved it!  There is something so thrilling for kids to scoop their own toppings into frozen yogurt.

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I will be sharing my favorite frozen yogurt recipes on the blog soon.  Meanwhile, here is the entire Better Homes & Gardens porcelain collection available at your local Wal-Mart.

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Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Better Homes & Gardens, all opinions are mine.