Your orthodontist has told you time and time again that sugar is not good for your teeth or your braces. While this is absolutely true, we understand that a life completely devoid of sweets is next to impossible! If you’re craving some dessert, we recommend choosing ice cream or frozen yogurt. While these treats still contain sugar, dairy also contains nutrients like calcium and probiotics that your body needs. Here are some of our favorite ice cream and yogurt spots in Johns Creek!
Freeze Cream is a local favorite that offers fresh, made to order rolled ice cream flavored with fresh ingredients like chocolate or your favorite fruits mixed right in! In addition to their classic milk base, Freeze Cream also offers dairy-free, gluten-free, vegan friendly coconut bases. They even cater for events!
Where’s the Scoop
Where’s the Scoop serves Thai-inspired rolled ice cream made from scratch daily, along with a variety of bubble tea and coffee selections. They offer a variety of flavors, from classics like vanilla to more unique options like lavender honey. All of their creations come with Instagram-worthy presentation!
SweetFrog Premium Frozen Yogurt
SweetFrog is a self-serve frozen yogurt chain with a location right here in Johns Creek! They have tons of delicious toppings, from fresh fruit to candies to cookie pieces to flavored syrups. Their self-serve model means you can mix and match as many flavors as you want and also control your portion size. Frozen yogurt has the added benefit of live cultures and probiotics that support good gut health!
Cold Stone Creamery serves hand scooped ice cream cups and cones with toppings mixed in fresh when you order. You can choose from any of their specialty creations or come up with your own! They even have ice cream cakes and cookie sandwiches you can take home for later.
Next time you’re craving something sweet, try some ice cream or frozen yogurt. Just be sure to enjoy these treats in moderation, and promise us you’ll brush your teeth after! Do you have any other favorite ice cream spots in Johns Creek? Tell us about them in the comments below!