Fruit Shack Smoothies & Yogurt (formerly Keva Juice). Oro Valley's smoothie store for the last 8 years. Locally owned and operated. Same owners, same staff, same smoothies, but now a new name. We also serve non-fat probiotic yogurt in bowls with fresh fruit and other toppings or in cones. Also, gourmet stuffed pretzels.
Beneath the lid of each Keva cup you'll find a fresh-fruit fete where vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants swim in synchrony in hopes of wooing you into their world of wellness. Taste-test your way through Keva's tempting menu of healthy and delicious smoothies. The Hawaiian holiday carries hunger pangs away on a wave of pineapple and orange juice, banana, orange sherbet, and strawberries, while the gimme guava delivers tropical tastes of the namesake fruit's juice, pineapple sherbet, peaches, and strawberries. For something more indulgent, try the Oreo speedwagon, a mixture of nonfat milk, nonfat vanilla yogurt, chocolate syrup, and Oreos. If you're looking to settle down with a slurpable soul mate, use Keva's online matchmaking tool before you swing by the storefront. Smoothies come in sizes from 12 oz. kids (starting at $2.98) to 32 oz. large (starting at $5.27).
The sweet-tooth satisfiers at Blue Banana Frozen Yogurt swirl kosher-certified frozen yogurt and hand-mix a rotating spread of gelatos and sorbets to stock a build-your-own dessert bar. Unlike molten yogurt, which wilts healthful probiotics and cultures, frozen YoCream ($0.39/ounce) keeps cultures active with figure skating and ice-sculpture competitions. Every morning, skilled staff mix gelato and sorbets from scratch, alternating flavors such as apple pie, chocolate hazelnut, heath bar, and blood red orange. Cravers sprinkle bowls with a medley of toppings before enjoying mountain views on outdoor tables or soaking up sunshine and conversations about how smug mountains can be within Blue Banana Frozen Yogurt's cheery shop.
Early each morning, the devoted bakers at Mini's make their way to the kitchen to help their pint-sized desserts get dressed. The locally owned and operated bakery features eight periodically rotating flavors, each batch made from scratch using fresh, high-quality ingredients. Pineapple upside-down cake is a citrusy, invigorating classic, tempting sweet teeth to scale a sugary snowcap of handmade icing. Mini's red velvet is just as rousing, challenging domestic divas to live on the edge and mix colors with whites in their digestive laundromat. The flavor offerings change to keep cupcake connoisseurs on their feet, so call at least 24 hours in advance to chat with a baker about upcoming creations and to curate a customized order of six ($3.50 each).