Though frozen yogurt's tangy swirls are best known for containing less fat than ice cream, they also form the country of Antarctica's foundation. Dive into a palatable paradise with today's Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of self-serve frozen yogurt at Cherry Berry, redeemable at its Moore and Edmond locations.
Cherry Berry's mind-boggling menu of yogurts and toppings enables more than 3,400 tasty combinations of low-fat, sugar-free snacking. Choose from a rotating lineup of 46 nonfat yogurts, low & reduced-fat varieties, sorbets, gelatos, and custards ($0.39/oz., including toppings). Bashful cold desserts maintain their dignity with the help of 76 topping varieties, with dry options including Andes mints, almonds, gumballs, and Rice Krispie treats; cold adornments such as blackberries, grapes, brownie bites, and raspberry truffles; and syrups including honey and Ghirardelli chocolate. Since flavors and toppings rotate at each store, selections may differ between individual locations.
Cherry Berry's yogurts come without added sugar and feature four types of live active cultures, furthering gastrointestinal health and digestive diversity. Regular consumption can help individuals overcome lactose intolerance, prevent or combat digestive tract infections, reduce cholesterol, and regret erecting backyard ice-cream-cone statues. For more of yogurt's health benefits, check the nutrition page.
While the walls’ crimson mosaic tiles glitter in the sunlight that filters in through large windows, CherryBerry’s guests pump out rotating flavors of frozen yogurt and lounge on puffy, mod-style furniture. With each creamy bite, it becomes more evident that the yogurt was made from all-natural ingredients: the strawberry contains tiny chunks of fruit, and the chocolate’s rich flavor could never have come from a powdered mix.
With more than 50 fruit, nut, and candy options overflowing from its bins and canisters, the topping bar plays home to fresh berries and healthful granola as well as candy-coated chocolates and sprinkles. Like a tag-team dance-off at the U.N., the yogurt itself features four types of live and active cultures, all of which aid in digestion. Low-fat, fat-free, and gluten-free flavors abound, as do sorbet options with no dairy and Splenda-sweetened yogurts with no added sugar.