On the icy tundra, frozen yogurt is simply known as “yogurt,” and regular yogurt is known as “sunblock.” Enjoy a delicious treat that you don’t have to smear with this Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of frozen yogurt at Seaside Yogurt in Del Mar.
Seaside Yogurt's creamy, frozen flavors ($0.38/oz.) flow from self-serve stations, offering patrons a refreshingly healthy treat with less than 140 calories per half cup. Tasty toppings of candy, cereal, and fruit sprinkle over original tart and alpine vanilla's white ripples, and swirls of belgian chocolate, peanut butter, and pomegranate sorbet add color to each cup. Flavors of the week, such as strawberry banana and red velvet cake give regulars fresh canvases to coat in spoonfuls of more than 30 toppings, such as strawberry, graham cracker, and coconut. Seaside's yogurts come packed with high levels of live natural cultures, which may help strengthen the immune system, aid in digestion, and ensure ice cream is only used around the house to lubricate door hinges.
Though dessert has a reputation for ruining diets, Seaside Yogurt’s kind of frozen treats boasts a slew of health benefits. Each frosty swirl packs a calcium- and protein-loaded punch that works to fortify the immune system, lower cholesterol, and improve digestion. At the self-serve stations, customers can pump their own yogurt and crown it with toppings from a buffet-style topping bar. Flavors rotate regularly, though classics such as cookies 'n' cream, Euro tart, peanut butter, and The Grapes of Wrath are always available. Once yogurt is pumped and topped to a guest’s specifications, a Seaside Yogurt staff member rings up the masterpiece by weight.