Mixx and Match

Funky frozen yogurt with self-serve toppings

JadeBrewer_Mixx2Photo: Jade Brewer

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ith more than 40 flavors on a weekly rotation, from green tea to lychee to red velvet, Mixx also has 60 toppings, from standard choices like fruit and fudge to mochi balls and popping boba. And it’s all self-serve, which makes your treat stuff as much fun to make as it is to eat. Just think of the potential combinations. Okay, sorry, we didn’t mean to make you do math. Warne

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Like all good things, frozen yogurt got its start in New England, where H.P. Hood introduced Frogurt in the 1970s. In 1978, Boston-based Brigham’s brought out the first packaged frozen yogurt, which it called Humphreez Yogart.

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