Coffee & Treats in Frisco

40% Off Cinnamon Rolls

Allen

$14.99 $9

Guests chow down on jumbo or mini cinnamon rolls slathered in delicious glaze

Sugar Queen Cupcakes

Multiple Locations

$14.75 $12

Dig into cupcakes flavored like snickerdoodles, pancakes and bacon, birthday cake, or berry pecan—the official cupcake of Texas

Up to 52% Off Rum Balls or Cupcakes at In the Mix Baker

Plano

$59.98 $29

Made-from-scratch confections in 12 flavors, such as red velvet and italian cream

Ben & Jerry’s – Up to 50%Off Ice-Cream Treats

Multiple Locations

$14 $7

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Ben & Jerry’s iconic ice-cream flavors find their way to cones or into sweet cakes, great for any occasion

Up to 50% Off at Sweet Art Bakery

McKinney

$25 $15

Customers browse a variety of sandwiches, salads, holiday-themed cookies, cupcakes in a slew of creative flavors, and other treats

Half Off Bubble Tea and Coffee at Kaleo Cafe Bubble Tea + Coffee

Denton

$12 $6

Bubble-tea smoothies blend combinations such as Oreos and banana or lychee and honeydew; hot lattes and iced coffees sate caffeine cravings

50% Off at Yogurt Fusion

Denton

$8 $4

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Guests can indulge in sugar- and aspartame-free, kosher-certified fro-yo teeming with live and active probiotic cultures

$10 for Baked Goods at Hometown Cookie Co. & Bakery

Central Business Park

$20 $10

Made-from-scratch gooey cinnamon rolls, cookies, savory Texas muffins, and whole pies baked fresh daily

Half Off Gourmet Ice Pops at HipPop

Grapevine

$12 $6

Gourmet Ice Pops crafted from fruits in flavors such as blueberry-lemonade; fresh-fruit shaved ice with splashes of coconut cream

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Affectionately dubbed "a little piece of France" by Christina Rowland of Real Frisco, Cafe Trottoir et Patisserie transports taste buds with Parisian-style bistro fare for lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch. Dishes feature simple, elegant preparations, with numerous sauces and vinaigrettes drizzled across seared tuna steaks and roasted duck breasts. Mimicking money-booth contestants, pear and goat cheese step into a salad arena, where they compete to snatch the most pecans out of a slippery shower of lavender-honey vinaigrette. The steak frites' Black Angus terres major is pan-seared with red-wine pan jus and laid on a plate of pommes frites and baby greens.

Indoor meals unfurl under brass chandeliers bearing clusters of golden lamps. In fair weather, the sun-dappled outdoor terrace surrounds tables in tall trees bookended by stucco walls and a large outdoor fireplace.

6959 Lebanon Rd
Frisco,
TX
US

Touting more than 50 flavors of low-calorie, flavor-packed frozen yogurt, Tutti Frutti earned a feature on CNBC and has continued to expand since opening its first shop in 2007. Inside each store, self-service yogurt machines unleash velvety-soft yogurt into accommodating cups or empty purses. The constantly rotating flavors include royal red velvet, refreshing guava, and chocolate peanut butter. Most flavors fall within the range of 30–40 calories per ounce, with dairy-free options and no-sugar-added concoctions also available.

A toppings bar allows eaters to further customize yogurt creations with a spoonful of fresh fruits or a sprinkling of nuts. The flavors contain ample amounts of probiotics, known for potential health benefits that may include strengthening immune systems and lowering cholesterol and blood pressure.

3193 W Main St
Frisco,
TX
US

What do melt-in-your-mouth gourmet chocolates and sense-clearing, smooth, loose-leaf teas have in common? Besides indulging your senses, the two are both chock-full of health-enhancing antioxidants. Frisco’s HALO Tea Lounge & Chocolate Bar serves specialty teas and chocolates that are not just good, they’re good for you. With today's Groupon, you get $25 toward anything in the store for just $10—that's 60% off a delicious path toward antioxidized health.

6950 Lebanon Rd
Frisco,
TX
US

At Starwood Cafe, 6:30 in the morning might as well be time for dessert. The breakfast menu here doesn't shy away from sweet specialty dishes, including homemade french crepes stuffed with bananas and Nutella or pancakes with Oreo crumbles blended into the batter. But this family-owned restaurant does more than just churn out inventive sweets. The staffers also tip their collective hats to the classics. They serve biscuits with sausage gravy, farm-fresh eggs with grits, and skillets full of hash browns and toppings.

Once the day segues into lunchtime, the cafe composes sandwiches and wraps alongside gourmet salads. Grilled teriyaki-salmon stir-fry speaks to the kitchen's versatility, while tuna melts and deep-fried Atari games show the cooks' passion for nostalgia. And some entrees, such as the chicken-fried steak, are just as delicious in the afternoon as they are at sunrise. Regardless of what you order, almost everything that makes its way from the kitchen to the dining table abides by Starwood's strict philosophy, which prizes freshness and made-from-scratch quality above all else.

4851 Legacy Dr
Frisco,
TX
US

SmoothieZone mixes a fruity, frosty menu of smoothies using fresh juices, frozen yogurt, and powerful shots of vitamins and nutrients. Fruit smoothies such as the blueberry-banana cooler ($3.65–$5.85) inundate sippers with 18 grams of whey protein, and fresh-squeezed juices such as the organic carrot juice ($2.95–$4.95) spare teeth days of tedious crunching. A kids’ menu sneaks protein into diminutive bellies with treats such as the Chunky Monkey, a protein smoothie with peanut butter, milk, chocolate, and bananas ($4.35). Shots of vitamins and nutrients such as B-12 ($0.99) and muscle building creatine and glutamine ($1.49 each) bolster beverages and imbue drinkers with the energy open the doors at a grocery store without touching them. Patrons can also enjoy waffle cones or cups filled with vanilla, chocolate, or swirled fat-free frozen yogurt ($2.95–$3.95).

4971 Preston Rd
Frisco,
TX
US

After being widowed in 1982, Ruby Lorraine Feagan, better known as Tootie, began supporting her family one pie at a time, building her reputation as she won a succession of baking contests throughout Texas hill country. Investor Don Merrill came into the fold after reading a flattering article in Southern Living magazine and subsequently tasting one of Tootie's crusty, buttery, 6-pound apple pies. Today, Tootie and her daughter continue to ensure the quality of Tootie Pie Co. Gourmet Café's 13 signature pie flavors — which also include lemon velvet, coconut supreme, and the Rachael Ray–praised pumpkin pie — as they're carefully crafted and delivered to customers' homes nationwide. The bakery's burgeoning fame has extended to the Food Network's Kid in a Candy Store, which featured Tootie's pie-on-a-stick, slices of signature desserts skewered and dipped in chocolate.

Inside Tootie's café, the menu of gourmet sandwiches includes sweet chicken salad with red grapes and pecans and italian grilled chicken panini with roasted red pepper and pesto or chipotle mayo. Sips of house coffee and espresso-based Milan mochas clear palates between bites better than vigorously shaking them Etch A Sketch–style.

109 E Stacy Rd.
Allen,
TX
US