Ice cream can be served any number of ways—in a cone, as a sandwich, or just scooped right into your mouth by some guy in a truck. Have it your way with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $7 for $14 worth of ice cream, sorbet, and fro-yo at Häagen-Dazs
- $10 for $20 worth of baked goods at Annie's Euro American Bakery
- $15 for one dozen cupcakes at Annie's Euro American Bakery (a $30 value)
Counter attendants scoop up Häagen-Dazs flavors straight from the case and put them in cups ($4–$7.50) or blend them into specialty shakes ($6.95 for a large). Individual desserts line the shelves of Annie's Euro American Bakery, desserts such as the two-layer orange-creamsicle cake ($5) and David's Cookies single-serving cheesecakes ($3.50). Annie’s cupcakes come in such tempting flavors as red velvet and gourmet brownie.
Annie's Euro American Bakery and Häagen-Dazs Shop
A division of David's Cookies, Annie's Euro American Bakery shops tantalize taste buds with freshly baked goods ranging from petit cakes, such as a bourbon-infused chocolate genoise, to fire-roasted apple cobblers drizzled with caramel. The chefs at Annie's Florida headquarters perfect each recipe individually, favoring natural, kosher ingredients and paying particular attention to texture.
The leaders behind Häagen-Dazs also place an emphasis on natural ingredients, sourcing produce such as fresh fruit, dutch cocoa, and vanilla beans for their ice creams, sorbets, and frozen yogurts. They use their proceeds to help preserve the sources of these ingredients through projects such as Häagen-Dazs loves Honey Bees. This particular venture protects dwindling honeybee populations so they can continue pollinating and saves the government from having to invent robot bees.