$14 for Six Regular Yogurts with Toppings at Golden Spoon Frozen Yogurt ($28.50 Value)

Calabasas

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Some things are better when frozen, such as yogurt or any creature that could eat you. Be the eater, not the eaten with this Groupon.

The Deal

  • $14 for a punchcard for six regular yogurts with toppings (a $28.50 value)
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Golden Spoon Frozen Yogurt

When Jeff Barnes acquired a health-food store in 1980 called Yogurt and Things, he decided within a year to ditch the "things" and focus on the "yogurt." His goal was to create a healthier, more appealing frozen dessert than what was available at the time, which led to the birth of Golden Spoon Frozen Yogurt in 1983. Barnes strove through the years to perfect the company's promise of being the "ice cream lover's frozen yogurt" by translating various flavors. Eventually, Golden Spoon had compiled a list of more than 50 custom varieties such as pumpkin pie, chocolate malt, and simply tart. The low-calorie frozen treat, a natural source of protein and calcium, also contains probiotics and has been known to combat ice-cream-headache epidemics. All flavors are made with real fruit and milk and are available in nonfat and low-fat options.

Reviews

I love their flavors: try root beer and 50/50. Their yogurt is creamy, but not too sugary.

S M., Yelp, 7/11/12

The staff is nice, but the yogurt is top notch. Peanut Butter Cup and Chocolate Malt are my favorite.

Alex F., Yelp, 1/10/13
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    Calabasas

    22259 Mulholland Hwy.

    Calabasas, California 91302

    818-222-5260

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In a Nutshell

Full-service frozen yogurt in flavors such as cake batter, mango, and graham cracker

The Fine Print

Expires 90 days after purchase. Limit 4 per person. May redeem up to 2 yogurts per visit/day. Not valid with other promotions. Only valid at Calabasas location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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