Six Frozen Yogurt Spots in NH
Cool down this summer with excellent frozen yogurt.
Euro Tart yogurt with a variety of self-serve toppings at Toot Berry on Hanover Street in Manchester.
photo by susan laughlin
What do Peru, Abu Dhabi, Canada, Egypt and New Hampshire have in common? A love for frozen yogurt. While the famous Pinkberry chain has opened throughout the world to rave reviews, we are waiting for ours. Until then, we have alternatives that buffet bar fanatics, kids and sophisticated palates love for the variety of flavors and toppings on offer. The mix-and-match, self-serve, weigh-and-pay variety are the most fun.
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Swirl n’ Serve
483 Amherst Street
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Owner Henry Nguyen will greet you and show you around. Self-serve over 14 exciting flavors, all gluten-free. Loads of fresh toppings and drizzles.
Tip: Five new flavors debut each week.
Yolo Frozen Yogurt
12 Gilbo Avenue
Light and refreshing with an authentic tropical vibe (or swoon for the raspberry and load it with chocolates and walnuts).
Tip: Pick up a Yolo rewards card to earn a free one.
Yogurt-Licious Frozen Yogurt
1465 Woodbury Avenue
Cherry good. Toppings buffet bar with everything from gummy bears to hot fudge, and waffle cones, brownies or cookies to load it all onto.
Tip: Great location for a kid’s birthday party.
9 Madbury Road
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As close as you can get to Pinkberry, flavors on the tart side. Sorbets, no-sugar-added, no-fat, live cultures, toppings galore (including cheesecake cubes) and drippings.
Tip: Free samples flow freely.
Orange Leaf Yogurt
1 Brickyard Square
It really does taste like carrot cake. Huge selection of flavors and toppings.
Tip: International chain with its own smartphone app constantly updating flavors, nutritional information and new locations.
73 Hanover St.
Another Pinkberry-like option. Slightly tart and low in sugar, this flavor is a great base for the plethora of toppings. Also consider the Red Velvet Cake. Just like the real thing, but without the crumbs.
Tip: Open late nights for a quick bite after a Palace Theatre performance.