Ice cream is a fickle dessert—it keeps its cool when faced with an army of screaming spoon holders but melts instantly when greeted by a smiling sun. Explore ice cream’s elusive nature with today’s Groupon to Maggie Moo’s Ice Cream and Treatery.
- For $5, you get $10 worth of frozen treats.
- For $14, you get an ice-cream cake or ice-cream pizza (up to a $29.95 value).
- For $23, you get an ice-cream sheet cake (up to a $46.95 value).<p>
Each day, Maggie Moo’s scoopers mix up batches of ice cream in-house to dish out a range of inventive frozen cakes and treats. More than 50 flavors, including classic vanilla bean and custom blends such as peppermint and Cinamoo Bun, ease the complaints of underfed sweet teeth. Patrons can enhance creamy cones ($4.19 for a small, $5.79 for a large) with one of 30 mix-ins, such as almonds, cookie dough, or corduroy trousers. Snackers can also indulge in one of Maggie Moo’s specialty treats, such as a Zoomer real-fruit smoothie ($4.75 for a small, $5.75 for a regular), or an ice-cream sundae bedecked in hot fudge ($4.99 for a regular, $5.99 for a large), which merges cool and hot more effectively than a flamethrower made of ice.
Sweet-loving customers can also rally around communal desserts including ice-cream-filled round cakes, sheet cakes, and pizza. Maggie’s Mud Cake combines chocolate ice cream and Reese’s peanut butter cups for a decadent delight that doubles as a secret weapon in Capture the Flag interrogations. Rectangular sheet cakes arrive dressed in regular cake clothing, but reveal their melty center with the cut of a serving knife. Kids’ cakes burst with color, displaying tots’ interests such as dinosaurs, comic book heroes, and nanotechnology, and are embedded with classic or candy-loaded flavors of ice cream. Or give the cold shoulder to pepperoni with the specialty ice cream pizza, which adorns a bed of ice cream with crimson icing, flakes of white chocolate, and optional toppings of cherry disks, mashed toffee bars, and M&M’s.