After first hearing about Yogurt Mountain on the Rick and Bubba show, I had to check them out firsthand. Sounded like my kind of place. If you love sweet yogurt treats and all the toppings, you will be over the moon in this place. Apparently they are only here in Alabama, so for the rest of you, I’m so sorry. It’s a cute shop and easy to navigate. Grab a cup. Browse the many flavors on the wall that are available that day. Like Root Beer float. Watermelon Sorbet. And then go down the line, adding whatever toppings your little heart (and stomach desires). Careful, it can get out of control here. From cookies, nuts, granola, candy….
To fresh fruitsThere’s something for every taste at Yogurt Mountain. This was my cup. I had to try the Watermelon Sorbet. It was all very tasty and good. You just have to be careful about how much you pile up, or your cup will end up costing $10, since they weigh it and charge accordingly. Mine was about $6 something and it’s not that huge.
Fun place to check out! Maybe not an every week kind of thing, but we enjoyed our visit to Yogurt Mountain. Check them out if you live in the area. They are also in Tuscaloosa.
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Sharla Stockwell says
That looks like a special treat for sure! Wish they were in KS
I went to the one in Tuscaloosa. It cost us $18 for 3 people. It’s good but you don’t have any idea how much it will cost you until they weigh it. (The cup has a weight too.)
Hi!! Loved this post!! We don’t have Yogurt Mountain where we live BUT we have Cherry Berry!! It’s the same identical thing!! We are completely addicted to that place and eat there way tooooo often for our pocketbook!!!
Jaki @ Timeless Country Decor says
Yogurt Mountain and other similar franchises are the new craze, I think! Where I live in Oklahoma, just over the past year we had at least 5 new shops open up. My favorites are the ones where it’s self-serve: you truly get to create your own little work of yogurt art!
Traci B says
We have a couple of different yogurt parlors like that here in Baton Rouge. They are really good but you definitely have to be careful how much stuff you put in your cup!
When did “the customer is always right” no longer apply. I went to Edgewater Mall in Biloxi, MS for American Red Cross Blood Drive tonight. I scheduled my donation there because I wanted my new favorite frozen yogurt, original TART. There wasn’t any in freezer but I asked two cartons be made for me. I was told I could make my own. When checking out I was informed I would have to pay by weight, they couldn’t make a carton because they only prepare them after hours and would then have to throw out what I had prepared and could not sell them to me. I was VERY disappointed and upset because I went out of my way to donate, there was a drive in my community a few days before, so I could go to Yogurt Mountain for my favorite flavor.