Fro-yo on the 'Geaux'
Two major food trends that have taken over Baton Rouge in the last year are food trucks and frozen yogurt. Geaux-Yo, a frozen yogurt food truck, combines the best of both worlds. Owners Steven Edwards and Dennis Morazan originally intended to open a brick-and-mortar shop, but abandoned the idea when they realized "Everywhere we looked, a fro-yo place was already popping up nearby," Edwards laughs. They decided instead of waiting and hoping, why not bring their product to the people? Geaux-Yo serves two flavors at a time, owing to the cramped quarters of the truck, but offers dozens of mix-ins, from chocolate syrup to Fruity Pebbles cereal. The yogurt is as rich as ice cream but nonfat—a medium bowl is only 200 calories—and loaded with probiotic bacteria, which is said to be good for health and digestion. The truck also dishes up signatures smoothies, frozen coffee and milkshakes for those who prefer their snacks even more on the go.Follow them and find out more at geauxyo.com.
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