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Reviewed May 13, 2012
Reviewed May 10, 2012
Reviewed May 9, 2012
What You'll Get
Though frozen yogurt’s tangy swirls are best known for containing less fat than ice cream, they also form Antarctica’s foundation. Dive into a palatable paradise with today’s Groupon.
For $5, you get two 8-ounce Pleaser-size frozen yogurts with three toppings each (a $10 value)
For $10, you get a punch card for five 8-ounce Pleaser-size frozen yogurts with three toppings each (a $25 value)
- Choose from yogurt flavors such as:
- Nonfat California tart
- Cherry amaretto
- Birthday cake
- Non-fat, sugar-free vanilla or chocolate
- Choose from toppings such as:
- Fresh mangos
- Fresh kiwis
- Gummy bears<p>
For $5, you get one-dozen miniature cupcakes (a $10 value) * Choose from cupcake flavors such as: - Cookie dough - Peanut-butter cup - Chocolate-chip pancake<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 9, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Must place order 24hr in advance for cupcake orders greater than a dozen. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Behind Bluekiwi's sunny blue door, servers sprinkle dollops of nonfat frozen yogurt with fresh fruit and candy toppings. The owner draws from a degree in hospitality with an emphasis on nutrition to craft wholesome icy treats and answer customer questions and concerns, while counseling them against common nutritional errors such as trying to eat plastic fruit. The rotating selection of fresh yogurt flavors, such as classic California tart, cupcake, and cherry amaretto, teem with calcium, potassium, and live active cultures. Containers of freshly hewed fruit line countertops alongside dry cereal and candy toppings, while a stock of miniature cupcakes can deluge taste buds with mouthfuls of peanut-butter cup, cinnamon, and red-velvet flavors. Blue tabletops and Frank Gehry–style stools allow customers to linger over treats and chitchat, while whiteboard walls allow them to draw out detailed map reminders of where they parked their cars.