Summertime heat got you beat? Head to Twisted Peaks Frozen Yogurt—the coolest spot in Cranbrook

Close-up of frozen yogurt with colourful toppings.

Mmmmm! Your taste buds are in for a treat at Twisted Peaks Frozen Yogurt, located on Baker Street in downtown Cranbrook. — Image courtesy Twisted Peaks Frozen Yogurt Facebook page

As temperatures peak outside, Cranbrook’s newest addition to the downtown core—Twisted Peaks Frozen Yogurt—offers up tasty yogurt treats with a twist.

Froyo lovers rejoice! With five self-serve yogurt machines churning out a mouth-watering selection of constantly changing flavours, there’s a delectable combination to tantalize every taste bud. To truly customize your froyo, there’s a topping bar filled with an ever-changing assortment of yummy ingredients—everything from salty nuts and mini-pretzels to cookie crumbs, gummy bears, chocolate chips and fresh fruit.

Selection of topping bar ingredients.

A little sprinkle of everything? The topping bar features so many yummy selections, it's hard to choose. — Image courtesy Julie Matchett

Close-up of colourful spoons.

Twisted Peaks Frozen Yogurt store has a rainbow of colourful spoons to choose from. — Image courtesy Julie Matchett

You can also find freshly baked cookies, delicious frozen yogurt floats and six different varieties of smoothies. Yogurt is available in both sugar-free and dairy-free flavours. And just in case a sudden froyo craving hits, you can also buy frozen pints to take home. Future plans for the popular and busy store include simple and convenient lunches to go.

And as if having a fabulous frozen yogurt shop in downtown Cranbrook isn’t enough, they also have awesome colourful spoons that are sturdy enough to reuse at home.

“Yes,” said co-owner Robyn Hansen, “people love our spoons!”

Twisted Peaks Frozen Yogurt is located at 40-1114 Baker Street. Current hours are from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday to Saturday, and 11 a.m to 5 p.m Sunday.

Twisted Peaks Frozen Yogurt sign.

Twisted Peaks Frozen Yogurt is located on Baker Street in downtown Cranbrook. — Photo courtesy Julie Matchett

Julie Matchett

Julie Matchett is a writer and content coordinator for KPI Media. She ranks as a 7 on the Introversion vs. Extraversion scale out of 100, which might help to explain why she chose a career of quiet contemplation as opposed to public speaking. View all of Julie Matchett’s articles

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