Frozen yogurt is used to delight taste buds, unlike boiling yogurt, which is used to stop invaders from scaling gingerbread castles. Harness the benefits of this powerful treat with today’s Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of frozen yogurt at Frogurt in Winston-Salem.
Frogurt's self-serve frozen-yogurt machines and 75-topping menu fill the sweet space between its neon-yellow-green walls with a customizable dessert experience. Pick up a bowl and harvest an outpouring of one of Frogurt's 10 constantly changing flavors ($0.41/oz, including toppings). Embellish a cup of Tahitian vanilla with mandarin-orange slices, or spill an alabaster avalanche of coconut flakes and lychee boba onto a rosy mountain of pink-lemonade sorbet. Adventurous dessert designers visiting the sweetness studio might becrackle their creamy cups of cake-batter and banana-pudding yogurts with Cap'n Crunch and Fruity Pebbles. Drench a bowl with a lustrous heaping of crimson strawberries in syrup, or glamorize Reese's Peanut Butter yogurt with a speckling of pretzels and crumbled salty language. Most flavors are fat-free, and there is always at least one sugar-free and one nondairy option.
Like a good book, the frozen-yogurt flavors at Frogurt can transport you to another time and place: there are flavors from exotic locales, such as Hawaiian pineapple and Tahitian vanilla. There’s a hint of summertime in their pink-lemonade sorbet, too, and it’d be easy to imagine celebrating your birthday in a cryogenic chamber with the birthday-cake-flavored frozen yogurt. Every day, 10 of these flavors occupy self-serve machines set against Frogurt's colorfully tiled walls. Many of them are sugar-free, low-fat, nonfat, or dairy-free and provide a healthy boost of probiotics. Feel free to personalize each serving with any of 95 kinds of toppings, such as peanuts, fruit boba, berries, and even breakfast cereals; at the register, you’ll be charged by the ounce.
1263 Creekshire Way
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27265