The popular frozen yogurt brand Yogurtland is ringing in the new year with a new vegan menu item, the Plant-Based Brown Sugar Vanilla yogurt.

The oat milk-based dessert is a creamy and sweet treat boasting brown sugar and rich vanilla flavors. It is only available for a limited time at select locations.

Brittany Knollmiller, Yogurtland’s Senior Marketing Manager, said, “With more people leaning into living a plant-based lifestyle and aiming to kick off 2022 with healthier food choices, we couldn’t be more thrilled to offer our newest oat milk-based option. We’re proud to ring in the New Year with a tasty vegan flavor that everyone can enjoy.”

 

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This new flavor joins Yogurtland’s other options of vegan frozen yogurt, giving vegan fans just one more delicious flavor to try. Other plant-based options that Yogurtland fans can enjoy are Plant-Based Cinnamon Oatmeal Cookie, Plant-Based Salted Chocolate Soufflé, and Plant-Based Piña Colada. 

Not only is this brand looking to offer more vegan options, but they are also healthier, giving people just one more reason to try them!

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