Whereas frozen yogurt is a byproduct of milk, which is milked from cows, sprinkles are a byproduct of dreams, which are milked from fairies. Spoon your dreams with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of frozen yogurt at YoCo (formerly The Yogurt Company) in Scottsdale. This Groupon can be redeemed over multiple visits.
Creamy frozen yogurt swirls from YoCo's self-serve stations in 12 all-natural flavors. Dessert artisans decorate frozen peaks of oatmeal-cookie, cake-batter, red-velvet, and greek honey yogurt with the topping bar's 36 trimmings, including mixed berries, Nutella, and a kaleidoscope of candy ($0.39/oz.). For less conventional fare, YoCo's culinary creatives can fill Oreo and graham-cracker-crust pies ($12.95), ancient porcelain vases, and tart smoothies ($3.25) with freshly churned frozen yogurt. Start the day on a high note with baked-to-order belgian waffles ($0.39/oz.) and a cup of hot java ($1.95 for 12 oz.). Clean lines and stark white furnishings compose YoCo's minimalist environs, alive with the sounds of the Disney Channel on TV and tiny yogurt warriors exchanging mortar rounds of blueberries.
Made from all-natural ingredients, YoCo's 12 regularly rotating frozen yogurt flavors run the gamut from a non-dairy mango sorbet to a low-fat dolce de leche. After selecting their favorite yogurt variety, which may include a sugar-free option such as chocolate or ice vanilla, guests festoon their creation with toppings from a 36-item bar that includes mixed berries and Nutella. For less conventional treats, YoCo staffers can combine their yogurt and fixings to create shakes, smoothies, frozen yogurt pies with Oreo crusts, or toppings for baked-to-order Belgian waffles. YoCo also offers Boba drinks, a smoothie-type beverage with cooked tapioca caramel balls at the bottom, available in flavors such as mango, honeydew, and watermelon.
In the dining room outfitted with stark white furnishings, a flat-screen television always shows the Disney Channel, creating a wholesome alternative to less family-friendly yogurt shops that keep their TVs tuned to the Profanity Channel.