The staff at VeggieFruit Revolution JuiceBar has a simple yet inspired mission: to reduce the amount of artificial foods and additives consumed in America. To do this, they equip customers with raw juice smoothies, raw juice cleanses, and healthy meals, all of which are vegan, organic, and gluten-free. For everyday nourishment, they cook up items such as multigrain berry pancakes, veggie wraps, and raw ice cream. The healthy edibles, especially when paired with fresh-pressed juices, aid in detoxification and energy restoration, ridding the body of heavy metals, toxins, and magic school buses that have gotten lost in the circulatory system.
Tropical Smoothie's thick beverages are chock-full of fresh fruit, juices, non-fat yogurt, and healthful supplements. Sip from more than 30 custom blends, such as the antioxidant-rich Pomegranate Plunge, a super-fruit synthesis of pomegranate, banana, strawberries, and cranberries ($4.99). Or break in a new crazy straw by asking it to take the Wonderlic test or by sipping a Peanut Butter Cup, a thick and creamy blend of peanut butter, banana, and chocolate ($4.99). Coffee smoothies perk up morning routines with a hybrid of coffee, nonfat yogurt, and cappuccino ($4.99), or replace alarm clocks by hiring a strongman to pour a protein-packed Muscle Blaster on your face at sunrise ($4.99). Customers also have the option of supercharging a smoothie with one of eight supplements, such as soy protein and vitamin C ($0.99 each).
The gourmet treats at Häagen-Dazs delight discerning palates with a variety of frozen goodies in indulgent flavors. Made from top-quality ingredients, Haagen-Dazs ice creams and sorbets confidently fill cups and top cones ($3.69–$5.59) or blend into shakes ($6.15) and smoothies ($6.15) in an attempt to lose taste-bud tails. Each Dazzler's three scoops of ice cream settle under whipped-cream peaks, with flavors including Dulce Split, Mint Chip, and Rocky Road ($6.34). Patrons select toppings, sauces, and ice-cream flavors to form customizable sundaes ($4.69–6.59), or deploy straws to taste a Sorbet Sipper ($6.15), which is made of sorbet and then sipped.
Employing time-honored techniques and high-quality natural ingredients, the frozen fanatics at Gelato Grotto prepare fresh batches of creamy Italian ice cream each day. Peer amorously into the colorful case of more than 27 enticing flavors, each of which offers a lower-fat, lower-calorie alternative to more common American ice cream concoctions such as loaded hot-fudge sundaes and blended bacon malts. Tiramisu Di Tosacana loosens up the clenched lady fingers of the namesake cakey dessert with a splash of marsala wine, and pistacchio positano inspires opera nuts to burst into arias celebrating the international appeal of green-hued seeds. Flavors are served by the coppette (cup) and cono (cone) in three appetite-accommodating sizes: piccolo ($4.20), medio ($5.20), and grande ($6.20).
When Stacey Skinner realized her oldest son had a severe intolerance to gluten, she didn’t want to deprive him of his favorite pizza and pasta meals. Instead, she started whipping up her own renditions of these dishes with gluten-free flours and organic ingredients. Her friends and family marveled at her healthy creations, and Stacey started up her own catering company to distribute the freshly cooked, gluten- and peanut-free meals to households throughout Palm Beach County.
In her expansive kitchen and bakery, the skilled chef folds organic ingredients into dishes ideal for family dinners, children's school lunches, and attempts to make a stolen picnic blanket look used. Her oven spills rippling warmth and aromas that hint at a variety of breads, custom cakes, and desserts. Though the menu rotates, it has included coconut-encrusted flounder, spice-rubbed beef medallions, and fritters made with freshly shredded zucchini. In addition to gluten- and peanut-free options, the chef can also craft selections without dairy, eggs, or casein.