Coffee & Treats in Madison

$12 for Three Groupons, Each Good for $7 Worth of Treats at Sub Zero Ice Cream and Yogurt ($21 Value)

Sub Zero Ice Cream and Yogurt

Madison

Customized ice cream, yogurt, gluten and dairy-free or vegan desserts are flash-frozen right in front of the customers

$7 $4

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$12 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $12 Worth of Frozen Yogurt and Desserts at The Chill Factory ($24 Total Value)

The Chill Factory

The Chill Factory Frozen Desserts- Huntsville

More than 80 fresh toppings and 21 rotating flavors of yogurt, gelato, custard, sorbet, and Italian ice

$12 $6

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Small Ice-Cream Dream Cake or $6 for $10 Worth of Frozen Treats at MaggieMoo's Huntsville

Maggie Moo's Huntsville

Huntsville

Dozens of ice-cream flavors churned fresh each day and used to create custom ice-cream cakes and treats

$10 $6

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Cookie Decorating Class for Adults and Children at Nestlé Toll House Café (Up to 43% Off). 4 Options Available.

Nestle Toll House Cafe

Athens

Learn to decorate a cake made from a Nestlé Toll House cookie

$37 $22

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Smoothies and Sandwiches at Mango Tango Smoothies & Grill (50% Off)

Mango Tango Smoothies & Grill

Birmingham

Cafe fare such as paninis and rice bowls, or customizable smoothies made with a choice of base, fruit, and add-ins

$12 $6

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Baked Goods and Cafe Cuisine at Boro Town Cakes (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Boro Town Cakes

Murfreesboro

Huge selection of baked goods such as fruit pies, cupcakes, and brownies match with grilled paninis and breakfast sandwiches

$20 $11

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$10 for Four $5 Vouchers to Schakolad Chocolate Factory ($20 Value)

Schakolad Chocolate Factory

Franklin

Factory offers more than 70 chocolates prepared on site, as well as truffles, custom chocolate bars, and more

$20 $10

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Mini Donuts and Coffee or Donut Bucket at Monkey Town Donut Company (Up to 44% Off)

Monkey Town Donut Company

1st Tennessee Pavilion

Mini donuts made fresh each Sunday at Chattanooga Market

$6 $3.50

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$4 for $10 Worth of Ice Cream, Sundaes, and Shakes at The Whole Scoop Ice Cream

The Whole Scoop Ice Cream

Hoover

Local ice-cream spot accommodates walk-ins, large groups, and kids with 32 different hand-dipped flavors

$10 $4

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Founded by ice cream enthusiasts Burt Baskin and Irv Robbins in 1945, Baskin-Robbins now serves tasty cold treats at more than 6,700 retail shops spread out over 50 countries. Customers glance through the glass at flavors of all color and texture, including standard bearers as well as the always-changing flavor of the month. Servers transform scoops into the classic banana split or a towering peanut-butter-cup sundae, decorated with hot fudge and Reese's peanut-butter sauce. Soft serve takes the form of cakes, parfaits, and 31 Below mix-in treats, while drinks such as strawberry-citrus Fruit Blast cools down mouths with a sweet yet icy embrace. Baskin-Robbins also offers ornate ice-cream cakes to celebrate an anniversary or successfully forging a college diploma.

7830 Highway 72 West
Madison,
AL
US

Billed as "America's ice cream co-op," KaleidoScoops began doling out its signature hand-dipped ice cream at the turn of the millennium. The co-op, formed by a group of independent-minded former franchisees, now boasts several locations, reflecting the co-op's diversity with dozens of varied ice-cream flavors that include such no-sugar-added selections as amaretto almond, chocolate mint, and coffee fudge. Customers can combine flavors in specialty sundaes and banana splits or shakes, malts, and KaleidoChill coffee drinks. The shop's staff also creates supreme ice-cream cakes, and members of the KaleidoScoops' birthday club receive discounted cake rates and space-age party hats certified by NASA to prevent brain freeze.

300 Hughes Rd.
Madison,
AL
US

Ice cream with a side of science. That's the specialty at Sub Zero Ice Cream and Yogurt, where the treat-makers use -321-degree nitrogen to instantly freeze liquid into frosty scoops of ice cream or misshapen snowmen.

Each Sub Zero location specializes in completely customizable treats. Guests start by picking their premium and low fat ice cream base, custard, yogurt, non-dairy, or vegan?and then move onto flavors. Visitors choose from multiple flavors to blend together like hazelnut, Irish cream, and coffee, though specialty flavors rotate in each month as well, with mix-ins such as fresh fruit, nuts, and candy. Finally, Sub Zero makes your treat as soft or hard you please, thanks to its hand-freezing method using liquid nitrogen.

12100-B County Line Rd.
Madison,
AL
US

Gleaning her baking skills from her mother and grandmother, Gigi's Cupcakes' eponymous owner opened her first cupcake hub in 2008, drawing upon her entrepreneurial spirit and gift for crafting beautifully topped cupcakes. The franchised cupcakery now has 50 locations, each of which churns out 12 daily-rotating flavors that are made fresh every morning. The shop's selection of more than 40 flavors includes Canadian Maple, Southern Comfort, and Champagne—a bubbly-flavored base topped with an edible pearl. Patrons can pick out sweet treats from the daily selection or preorder them at least one day in advance online, by phone, or via singing telegram.

51 Nance Road
Madison,
AL
US

At Tea With Thee By Victoria, it's hard to decide on the main attraction: it could be the teas themselves, the gourmet food, or the elegant atmosphere. The teas are eclectic, ranging from a fruity cherry-ginger-orange brew to a Cold Comfort blend, designed to neutralize sniffles. The food consists of soups and salads, as well as tearoom classics: scones, finger sandwiches, and dainty sweets, which range from cupcakes to tea-infused chocolates. And the shop's flower-patterned china and three-tiered trays add a touch of understated glamour, which is only enhanced by the shop's decorations, including wintertime's Christmas trees.

181 Hughes Road #6
Madison,
AL
US

Armed with just a single, generations-old cookie recipe, Great American Cookies opened its first store in 1977, and the rest is history. Today, the franchise boasts locations in malls across the country and nabbed a coveted spot on Entrepreneur magazine?s 2012 list of Top 500 Franchises in the baked-goods category. The shop?s reputation grew, and so did its menu as chefs churned out a mouthwatering roster of gourmet-cookie recipes, each created and carefully tested in Atlanta. The tempting options now include snickerdoodle, peanut butter with M&M?s, and chewy pecan supreme, as well as freshly baked fudge and cheesecake brownies and cookie sandwiches stuffed with frosting. The real showstoppers, however, are the giant chocolate-chip cookie cakes, which can be customized with sweet, celebratory messages or shopping lists penned in colorful icing.

1801 Beltline Rd.
Decatur,
AL
US