What You'll Get
After jabbering all day, the best way to cool off tongues doused in a salivating mouth sweat is to slather them in a frosty layer of frozen yogurt or blue whale fur. Dabble in the more delicious option with today’s side deal: for $5, you get $10 worth of frozen treats at Fresh Cup Frozen Yogurt. Offering a wide range of delectable froyo flavors and toppings, Fresh Cup Frozen Yogurt’s lively confines welcomes droves of treat-seekers. The icy treat eatery offers a rotating selection of 12 flavors and 6 twists on a daily basis, allowing patrons to slurp up varieties such as green apple tart, N.Y. cheesecake, eurotart, pistachio, and cake batter while bolstering cupfuls with toppings such as Pop Tarts, cookie dough, Lucky Charms, and Andes chocolate mints. Pile on mountainous helpings at the self-serve stations and balance yogurt towers on the way to the register, where treats are rung up according to their weight ($0.39 per ounce). Fat-free, non-fat, and no-sugar-added options are available for discerning spoon wielders, and dairy-free frozen sorbet proves to be a tasty alternative to not eating at all.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 31, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Tax not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Fresh Cup Frozen Yogurt
Fresh Cup Frozen Yogurt does its part to keep Austin weird. A mural by a local artist graces a light yellow wall, and the fro-yo itself bursts with creative flavors. The constantly rotating selection includes tart yogurts such as green apple, mango, and green tea as well as sweet options such as dulce de leche, cinnamon bun, and red velvet cake. Once each customer has loaded up a cup, they add the tasty weight of more than 50 fruit, candy, and other toppings to their frosty concoction. Though that might sound decadent, the treats are health-friendly. Non-fat, sugar-free, and dairy-free options abound, and all yogurts include live and active cultures to contribute to healthy digestive and immune systems.