Remember when frozen yogurt shops were all the rave? Almost a decade ago, it seemed like there was one on every corner. The most last one to open in Wichita was Pippy’s Frozen Yogurt back in 2016. Once the fad faded, only two remained open: Yo-B and Peachwave which will be the focus of our first frozen yogurt review in three years.
10096 E 13th St
Wichita, KS 67206
Sunday – Thursday: 12pm – 9pm
Friday – Saturday: 12pm – 10pm
If you’ve ever been to a frozen yogurt shop, the layouts are all the exact same. The first step is to grab a cup or cone.
The next step is to head over and choose the flavor(s) that sound best to you. At Peachwave, they have some small cups you can use to sample some of the flavors.
Once you choose the flavors, the next step involves adding in all the toppings you want. There are over forty sweet and savory options to choose from. Just be careful because I have always found it to be way too many options for any of the kids in my family. It feels like an eternity waiting on them to choose. On top of that, the toppings can really drive up the price of the frozen yogurt.
After you’ve filled up your cup, the cashier then weighs everything. It’s 59 cents an ounce at Peachwave. I’m not sure what the prices are at Yo-B since it’s been many years since my last visit but intend on returning soon for comparison. The two cups below cost us $9 and change.
We’ve always enjoyed any of our visits to frozen yogurt shops. You know exactly what you’re getting. Place was extremely clean. Being able to sample the flavors has always been a huge plus. The biggest thing from preventing us going often is the prices can add up quickly at these type of establishments and the kids prefer ice cream and shaved ice these days.
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