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Twisted Frozen Yoghurt

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by Sarah Han (subscribe)
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Published April 27th 2011
Twisted Frozen Yoghurt at Bondi Beach is a froyo place that sets itself apart. No other Sydney frozen yoghurt outlets offer flavours that are twisted into each other. With its yummy toppings and cleverly picked twists of flavours, you can't go wrong at Twisted.

There are three sizes available from which you can enjoy 98% fat free froyo. With its 25 rotating flavours, Twisted has a lot of offer. There are always six flavours and three twists in store, so to get through all the flavours I'll have to make many more visits. Flavours change every Friday.

Even though it's called Twisted Frozen Yoghurt, you can also have the flavours on their own, non-twisted. The flavours are divided into tart and mild. Most fruity flavours are tart and flavours like Chocolate or Vanilla are mild - they don't have that tartness.

During my visit to Twisted Frozen Yoghurt, I had a taste of the Twisted Sista (Chocolate and Caramel), Strawberry Twist of Fate (Original and Strawberry), and Well Twisted (Vanilla and Blueberry). But those are only six of the 25 flavours that Twisted has in its range. I'm drying to try Goji Berry, Acai Berry, Lemon, and Coconut on my next visits.

The health factor is also important when it comes to frozen yoghurt. Twisted takes this to another level with super food flavours like Green Tea, Acai Berry, and Goji Berry. And if you twist them together you get super food galore (like the Power Berry Twist which combines Acai Berry and Goji Berry). I like how Twisted comes up with creative, fun names for their twists. Take, for example, the Skinny Flat White, which is a mix of Original and Coffee.

My favourite that day was Vanilla, especially because it has little black specks in it, meaning that Twisted used real vanilla beans. I topped it with strawberry coulis and raspberries. Delicious. And I'm loving the fact that Twisted not only uses real fruits and real yoghurt, but also creates real flavours.

And on top of these appetising flavours, you can choose your own toppings (95 cents each). On offer are favourites like fresh fruit and shaved chocolate, but also more exotic ones like coconut flakes and mochi (Japanese rice cakes). Twisted is very kid-friendly - they have colourful toppings like gummi bears and 100s & 1000s too.

Bio degradable cups

What I like about Twisted Yoghurt is that it's big on sustainability. The store tries to be as eco-friendly as possible - for instance, the cups are bio-degradable. On top of that, you could opt for a cone instead of a cone. Most other froyo places don't offer cones, only cups.

Delicious frozen yoghurt in cones

Twisted also has other things on the menu. For example, there are probiotic smoothies and froyo cake, which are just like ice cream cakes but made of frozen yoghurt instead. A much healthier option for a birthday cake! There are also some upcoming things to get excited about. A menu of special smoothies and warm desserts are amongst them. I can't wait to try them during my next visit.

The decor in the store is cute - it's colourful and rainbow-like, matching the Twisted concept. The furnishings, however, have a white theme, creating a clean and simple look.

Take home tub

If you just can't get enough, there are take-home packs in prepackaged tubs. But of course Twisted Frozen Yoghurt is best enjoyed in store. Situated a stone's throw away from Bondi Beach, Twisted is just the thing you need on a hot summer's day. The website claims that Twisted is "Health and Happiness twisted together in a cup!" and I think they got it right.
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Why? Delish frozen yoghurt - what more do you want?
When: Everyday
Where: Twisted Frozen Yoghurt at Bondi Beach
Cost: From $4
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