Natural ingredients turn into fresh custard every hour before eaters gobble it plain or create concretes or sundaes with array of toppings
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Frozen custard is used to delight taste buds, unlike boiling custard, which is used to stop invaders from scaling gingerbread castles. Harness the benefits of this powerful treat with today's Groupon: for $4, you get $8 worth of goodies at Goodberry's Frozen Custard. This Groupon is valid at all nine locations.
Goodberry's Frozen Custard blankets tongues in sub-zero sumptuousness by assembling all-natural ingredients into fresh, creamy treats. Batches of the spoon-wooing bounty are created every hour, made with eggs, natural cane sugar and imported vanilla and cocoa flown in on the backs of sweet-tooth fairies. Spoons plunge into chocolate, vanilla, and the flavor of the day, which include the likes of hazelnut, pumpkin, and sweet cream. Build your own Carolina concrete ($3.79–$5.29), a classic Goodberry staple, by choosing fresh fruits, nuts, and syrups to accent a cup's toothsome cargo. Cones and cups fight bottom-to-bottom battles over holding a solo scoop of orange cream ($2.99 for one scoop), a duo of chocolate and vanilla ($3.59), or a triple-decker stack of coconut ($4.19). Customers can also add an avalanche of toppings to scoops for a scalable sundae ($3.79–$5.29).