Lo­cal food:

Five of the best and lat­est fro-yo op­tions.

Sunday Tasmanian - Tassie Living - - LIVING -

Yo-gurt COOKIE DOUGH

The new­est kid on the froyo block, Yo-gurt has only been open for a cou­ple of weeks but is al­ready mak­ing a big splash on the Ho­bart food scene. Cookie dough is one of the more gourmet op­tions on the ever-chang­ing flavour line-up. The flavours for the next day are rou­tinely an­nounced on Yo-gurt’s Face­book page. 74a Liver­pool St, Ho­bart

White Cow MANGO & TURMERIC

When White Cow opened in 2014, it be­came the first frozen yo­ghurt re­tailer in Tas­ma­nia. It uses Westhaven Greek yo­gurt in what is an­other con­stantly chang­ing flavour range to max­i­mum ef­fect. The mango and turmeric flavour is a healthy op­tion, but if you’re not af­ter the health ben­e­fits the su­per sweet op­tion nev­er­the­less still tastes fan­tas­tic. 70 Mur­ray St, Ho­bart

123YO NUTELLA

A delicious self-serve bar, 123YO of­fers a great va­ri­ety of tasty frozen yo­gurt op­tions. Not overly nutty or strong, Nutella is 123YO’s most pop­u­lar flavour, and goes well with just about any com­bi­na­tion of the store’s vast range of top­pings. It is a hit par­tic­u­larly among the younger cus­tomers, but adults can en­joy it too. 147 Bris­bane Street, Launce­s­ton

Wendy’s VANILLA

For a rel­a­tively cheap, con­ve­nient no-fuss frozen yo­ghurt, look no fur­ther than your lo­cal Wendy’s. There is only one flavour, vanilla, avail­able at the mo­ment, but it can be com­bined with mixed berry, straw­berry, or mango puree, or en­joyed with a smoothie. You can get frozen yo­gurt at any of Wendy’s stores across the state, in­clud­ing at New Town, North­gate, and East­lands.

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