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 this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $9.99 for three Groupons, each valid for $6 worth of frozen yogurt with toppings ($18 total value)
- $15.95 for five Groupons, each valid for $6 worth of frozen yogurt with toppings ($30 total value)
Guests can fill a 12-, 16-, or 24-ounce cup, or waffle cone with self-serve frozen yogurt before piling on a rotating menu of toppings that include coconut, Snickers, M&M’s, and fresh fruit.
What started as a quest to find hope during the recession turned out to be an endlessly fun adventure for sweetFrog founders, Derek Cha and his wife, Annah Kim. Since opening their first sweetFrog in 2009, the frozen yogurt chain has grown to more than 100 stores in more than 15 states, and even one in South Korea. Regardless of what shop guests visit, the concept stays the same; Grab a cup or waffle cone and fill it with fresh milk-blended, soft-serve frozen. Then, hit up the toppings bar—which is stocked daily—and pile on spoonfuls of toppings such as fresh mangos and strawberries, granola, almonds, Oreos, Snickers, or strawberry syrup. Amid the bright pink and green colors often found inside the stores, flavors and toppings are always on rotation to ensure taste buds stay on their toes.
Along with offering guests an exceptional frozen yogurt experience, Derek, Annah, and the rest of sweetFrog’s store owners give back to their communities by donating a portion of their proceeds.
91% of 335 customers recommend
“Great deal, delicious treat, friendly service. ”
“Staff is very friendly, and the store offers a sugar free option which is great for kids with diabetes. only wish there were more flavors that were sugar free. Really...”
“Staff is very friendly, and the store offers a sugar free option which is great for kids with diabetes. only wish there were more flavors that were sugar free. Really enjoyed the yogurt. ”