Do you have a soft spot for frozen yogurt, along with a hard core belief in supporting local organics and real food? There are now options for those of us who love our frozen treats and want to eat healthy while maintaining an organic lifestyle.
Piccadilly Artisan Yogurt is unique because we use fresh, local milk to create our delicious, creamy, live-cultured yogurt - both dairy and vegan yogurt (which is made with organic coconut milk). Our old-world Amish partner farm is located 86 miles from Pittsburgh and uses traditional, sustainable and organic farming methods which have been passed down for generations. The herd is a heritage breed of Guernsey cows that produce A2 milk which tends to be gentler on the tummy and allows those with dairy issues an opportunity to enjoy a little bit of creamy heaven too. Our yogurt is full of nutritional benefits not generally found at typical yogurt shops and lacks all of the chemical fertilizers, dangerous pesticides, growth hormones and antibiotics, which makes it a better choice for everyone all around. Best of all - it tastes AMAZING!
Our shop located in the heart of the Mt Lebanon business district is open 7 days a week for self-serve fro-yo fun along with a large array of delicious (and some nutritious) toppings! We can take orders for handcrafted frozen yogurt cakes and pies. Our shop is a comfy place to hang out, enjoy your treats, play games, use free wifi and we have plenty of space for larger gatherings or private events!
Piccadilly can travel as well! If you are interested in having us come to
you - we offer our organic frozen yogurt "flash frozen" on the spot using
the magical properties of liquid nitrogen! This is an amazing spectacle that will marvel kids and adults alike and a fun science lesson as well!
Check out our website for my info www.piccadillypittsburgh.com.
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