Today's deal puts a healthy twist on dessert: for $5, you get $10 worth of soft-serve yogurt, smoothies, and cakes at TCBY at Dingle Creek Crossing.
TCBY serves 96%–98% fat-free yogurt, which contains benevolent bacterial cultures that assist the body with digestion and nutrient absorption. Savor an assortment of silky soft-serve flavors, such as golden vanilla and white-chocolate mousse ($2.09–$3.99), or sip on a succulent smoothie—a coalesced concoction of real dairy and blended bushels of fruit ($4.50–$5.10).
Textured toppings ($0.75, $0.30 for each additional), such as M&Ms, sprinkles, and chocolate chips, add layers of edible nuance to cups, cones, and palates. Conjure sweet spells of creativity via TCBY's specialty menu of layered parfaits ($3.99) or yogurt shakes ($3.99–$4.89). Those with dairy aversions may opt for the spritely tickle of a sorbet fizz ($3.25–$3.55) or, if feeling generous, gift a friend with yogurt cake ($16.99–$ 31.45).
With more than 450 stores throughout the globe, TCBY has become synonymous with high-quality frozen yogurt since its humble inception in Arkansas in 1981. Known as The Country’s Best Yogurt, TCBY serves up frozen treats packed with benefits such as live active cultures and vitamin D while remaining lower in fat and calories than traditional ice cream. New additions to the menu include frozen greek yogurt, which swirls with twice as much protein as the regular frozen yogurt, giving customers a treat to look forward to after strenuous routines of bench-pressing dairy-farm equipment. Another new addition is chocolate Silk almond milk yogurt which happens to be free of dairy, soy, lactose, gluten, and cholesterol. Revamped store designs infuse each space with modern, colorful touches, such as bright-green chairs and hanging orange lights, reflecting the dessert emporium’s dedication to happily moving into the future with its customers.
1800 Hendersonville Rd.
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