Three Vouchers for Ice Cream and Bakery Goods at The Apple Valley Creamery ($30 Value)

Sevierville

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Ice cream, like revenge, is best served cold and at a birthday party. I scream, you scream with this Groupon.

Three $10 Vouchers for Housemade Ice Cream and Bakery Goods ($30 Value)

Sample one of the more than 50 flavors of housemade ice cream, such as caramel turtle fudge, Smoky Mountain fudge, butter pecan, and french vanilla bean, or opt to take home loaves of the shop’s signature apple-cinnamon bread ($17.94/three loaves) or one of its bread mixes ($8.95). Groupon customers can redeem their $10 vouchers over three separate visits.

The Apple Valley Creamery

Mornings are a busy time at The Apple Valley Creamery. That’s because the staff has to rise as soon as the sun peeks over the horizon in order to prepare the day’s stock of housemade ice cream, fluffy loaves of bread, and vintage-inspired bakery goods. From the shop’s backroom, staff watch over ice-cream makers that churn out as much as 1,000 gallons per week of more than 50 flavors of ice cream, including customer favorites such as butter pecan, caramel turtle fudge, and french vanilla bean. The creamy scoops that result can be paired with chunks of the house’s signature apple-cinnamon bread or scrumptious bakery goods.

Reviews

The ice cream was rich, but not overly sweet. And the texture was creamy, not gelatinous like commercial stuff!

Chad B, TripAdvisor, 11/8/12

Awesome Icecream shop with plenty of flavors. The banana split was fabulous, fun waffle cones.

Michelle M, TripAdvisor, 4/5/13
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    Sevierville

    230 Apple Valley Rd.

    Sevierville, Tennessee 37862

    865-429-4113

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In a Nutshell

50 flavors of ice cream made in-house, chewy loaves of bread, and freshly prepared bakery goods

The Fine Print

Expires 120 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Must purchase 1 food item. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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