$6 for $12 Worth of Frozen Custard, Espresso, and Baked Goods at Peaks Frozen Custard

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

$6 for $12 Worth of Frozen Custard

The menu includes a rotating selection of frozen-custard flavors served in homemade waffle cones or bowls ($3.85+) and crowned with 20 different toppings ($0.75 each), such as fudge or fresh strawberries. Two-scoop sundaes ($5.25–$5.75) and create-your-own shakes ($4.95–$6.50) are also available, as are new, seasonal hot-custard lattes and steamers. These toasty treats come in such flavors as pumpkin, eggnog, caramel, and hot-peppermint chocolate custard.

Peaks Frozen Custard

Locally sourced, high-quality dairy goes into each and every fresh-churned batch at Peaks Frozen Custard. Salted caramel cashew, banana chocolate chip, and cinnamon and honey are among the shop’s daily-changing flavors, scooped into homemade waffle cones and bowls or blended into create-your-own shakes and avalanches. Decadent two-scoop sundaes, such as the regionally-inspired Mount Rainier, feature a house fudge sauce, pecans, and an edible representation of the peak’s own crowning cherry. Slices of carrot and chocolate cake sate sweet-tooth cravings without the risk of head-freeze, and patrons can warm up with locally sourced Lighthouse espresso transformed into lattes and Americanos.

Reviews

Trust me when I say that whatever flavor combination you choose, you can’t go wrong with Peaks’ frozen custard.

A scoop of chocolate custard from the new Peaks Frozen Custard in Ravenna is the gateway for a lifetime of addiction.

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    Seattle

    1026 NE 65th St.

    Suite A101

    Seattle, Washington 98115

    206-588-2701

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In a Nutshell

Daily changing custard flavors, such as caramel Heath bar and mocha swirl, scooped into homemade waffle cones or blended into shakes

The Fine Print

Expires May 19th, 2013. Limit 1 per person. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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