Five of the best and latest fro-yo options.
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
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
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.