21 Choices (85 W. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena; 21choices.com): The Cold Stone of the frozen yogurt world, 21 choices offers around six yogurt flavors at a time. They are constantly alternating, and you can mix your flavor with the topping of your choice. The line is always out the door, which is a true testament to the fantastic quality and great service.

Pinkberry (pinkberry.com): Pinkberry holds a special place in my heart. Nothing compares to the tartly sweet original yogurt, the clean environment and the fantastic student discounts.

The Big Chill (10850 W. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles): With carbo-lite, dairy free and fat-free yogurt options, The Big Chill is frozen yogurt heaven for the health nut with a sweet tooth, yet it doesn’t lose its flavor in the process. Try the vanilla custard flavor; it will change the way you look at frozen yogurt.

Yogurtland (yogurt-land.com): Their Dutch chocolate is supreme to all other chocolate-flavored yogurt and their Madagascar vanilla makes my taste buds jump for joy. Since you pay by weight, you can mix as many yogurt flavors and toppings as you like.

Yoku Yoku (11146 Palms Blvd., Los Angeles): I recommend ordering a half-vanilla custard, half-cappuccino frozen yogurt with mochi, mochi and more mochi! Make sure to ask for a frequent buyer card.

Red Mango (redmangousa.com): Red Mango serves as the low key version of Pinkberry; it offers many of the same flavors and toppings, with a shorter line and a loyalty card for frequent customers. In addition, their yogurt is jam-packed with vitamins and contains fewer calories.

Twist (12105 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles): It’s self-serve and they have a loyalty card. Not to mention, Twist is the only frozen yogurt place I know of to offer flavored mochi. At only 28 cents per ounce, how could you not try it out?

Humphrey Yogart (4574 Van Nuys Blvd., Sherman Oaks; ircusa.com/yogart): Great frozen yogurt and a clever, classic Hollywood pun! Fat-free, sugar-free and soy options with a mélange of tasty toppings keeps the L.A. frozen yogurt crowd perfectly happy.

Snola (244 N. Beverly Drive, Beverly Hills; snolayogurt.com): Snola keeps it eco-friendly with organic gummy bears, organic granola, organic graham crackers galore! They don’t use any plastic materials; instead they opt for biodegradable, recycled materials. Plus, 1% of proceeds go to Slow Foods USA to support sustainable farming and 1% of chocolate cremita yogurt purchases go to the United Nations World Food Program to feed hungry children.

Studio Yogurt (12050 Ventura Blvd., # 105, Studio City): Studio Yogurt offers sugar-free, carb-free and non-fat yogurt and topping options. For one dollar, you can get an entire cup of toppings. The portions are gigantic, giving you a lot for a little, and the yogurt is old-fashioned, more like soft serve ice cream.