Though frozen yogurt’s tangy swirls are best known for containing less fat than ice cream, they also form the country of Antarctica’s foundation. Dive into a palatable paradise with today’s Groupon to Sweet n Swirly. Choose between the following options:
- For $12, you get a five-visit punch card for up to $5 of frozen yogurt per visit (a $25 value).
- For $5, you get $10 worth of frozen yogurt.<p>
At Sweet n Swirly, self-serve yogurt machines churn out 10 frozen flavors and wall-scaling canisters dispense more than 50 decadent toppings. Customers can follow the shop’s “start here” sign and unleash plumes of vanilla, strawberry, or apple-pie yogurt into bowls or empty shirt pockets. Tall, clear tubes filled with bountiful toppings rest against the shop’s bright green, purple, and pink walls, enticing eaters with treats such as gummy bears, Skittles, and M&M’s for spattering atop the edible tundras. A helpful troupe of staffers operates a station stocked with more treat toppers, such as chocolates and maraschino cherries. Customers can pile on yogurt and toppings to their stomachs’ content, with each helping costing $0.45 per ounce.
Sweet n Swirly
When the Perry and Burke families joined forces to open Sweet n Swirly, they shared a vision of promoting a healthier alternative to ice cream. Neither family could have predicted, however, how quickly that vision would catch on.
Today, visitors stream into a trio of cheery, welcoming locations in Kentucky and Indiana, eagerly sidling up to self-serve stations that protrude from walls painted in vibrant pinks and purples. These stations pump out 10 creamy flavors at any given time, including no-sugar-added options and nondairy sorbets.
The ever-changing lineup of flavors runs the gamut from refreshing to decadent. On one side of the spectrum are tart, summery variations such as blueberry, ginger lemonade, and non-dairy sorbet, whereas choices inspired by more traditional desserts include peanut butter and root-beer float. A candy wall proffers toppings such as jellybeans and chocolate sunflower seeds.