Golden Spoon Frozen Yogurt has been here for years––30 years, in fact. At first Jeff Barnes began serving frozen yogurt as an offshoot of his health food store. Soon thereafter, he couldn't keep cups filled fast enough; so in 1983, he began serving the chilly delight exclusively. The rich flavors, which include pistachio, s'mores, pumpkin pie, and salted caramel, all made with real milk and real fruit and available in low-fat and nonfat options. The staff also works to be as eco-friendly as possible, which includes filling cups that bio-degrade within 21 days and spoons that self-destruct in 60 seconds.
One of Sugar and Spice Bakery's cupcakes is like an edible choose-your-own-adventure novel. The customer guides every step of its creation, starting by selecting mini, regular, or jumbo cupcakes. Next, they pick one of 11 flavors—such as spice or vanilla—and decide on fillings such as banana cream. They then opt for cream-cheese, peanut-butter, or housemade buttercream icing. Final touches might include sprinkles and slices of strawberry.
The talented bakers use the same ingredients to create round and sheet cakes, which present larger canvases for designs. Icing and fondant transform into superheroes, logos of favorite sports teams, or even a photograph of the birthday boy or girl.
And Sugar and Spice Bakery isn't limited to sweets. Customers can nosh on sandwiches such as hot meatball and mozzarella, corned beef on rye with swiss cheese and pickles, or the veggie sandwich, topped with avocado, mozzarella, and peppers.
Fresh fruit, nonfat yogurt, flavorful sherbets, nutrient-rich boosts, and other wholesome ingredients are mixed to create a menu of health-conscious smoothies at Juice It Up! Lime sherbet adds a tangy edge to the pineapple juice and peaches that anchor the Congo Lime, one of 18 Classic smoothies. Dollops of no-sugar-added yogurt add velvety texture to Juice It Up!'s Delightful blends, which boast fewer calories and carbohydrates.
Customers can enhance their beverages with seven boosts, which include ginkgo biloba for those in need of extra energy and soy protein for those trying to help their muscles recover after wrestling a family of infuriated blenders. Juice it Up! provides the nutritional info for every menu item, so guests know exactly what they are getting with their order.