Udderly Sweet hits the spot in Snohomish

Hypothetically, you might be out stretching your culinary experiences and find yourself with a bit of spicy flavor on your tongue. Or maybe you are in the mood for a little sweet treat.

If you happen to be at or near Snohomish Station when that happens, like I was, pop into Udderly Sweet for a frozen yogurt. With 12 self-service flavors to choose from, satisfying a sweet tooth is just the pull of a handle away.

Currently, Udderly Sweet has joined Seahawk mania and labeled their flavors, to name a few: beast mode banana, quarterback cheesecake, huddle up chocolate and go all the waaaaaay coffee.

They also have flavors like mango, cotton candy, vanilla and tart.

Preferences of all kinds can be fulfilled as two flavors are no sugar added, some are low fat and some are nondairy.

I tried raspberry and no-sugar added go all the waaaaay coffee. They were both delicious and a couple of ounces each in a small plastic cup was just over $2.

Mini tastes are available as are finishing touches of syrups and candy and fruit toppings.

There are a couple of sizes of cups, which are weighed at the checkout counter for 45 cents an ounce.

Several small cafe tables are available for casual yogurt eating inside.

Udderly Sweet

Snohomish Station, 2705 Bickford Ave, Snohomish; www.udderlysweetfroyo.com

Specialty: Frozen yogurt.

Hours: 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday through Sunday

Vegetarian options: Yes.

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