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We All Scream for Fro Yo

Indulge in summer's slimmest sweet treat at five tasty locales


Menchie’s
To say Menchie’s is popular is an understatement. From Texas to Japan, the frozen yogurt shop boasts 180 stores worldwide. What do their 10,000+ Twitter followers think all the fuss is about? Could be their Smileage Club that offers one smile point for every dollar spent. Fifty smiles gets you $5 to spend. 644 Long Point Rd., Unit H-2, Mount Pleasant. (843) 654-9040, menchies.com
 

Sweet CeCe’s
Sweet CeCe’s may be a franchise, but they’re keeping it local, spooning up fro yo that melts you into Lowcountry living with flavors like Charleston Chocolate, Rainbow Row Tart, and East Bay Vanilla. 99 South Market St. (843) 277-2108, sweetceces.com  
 

Yogurt Mountain
Need another reason to look forward to your birthday? How about free frozen yogurt from Yogurt Mountain? Join the Birthday Club and get a free cup when your special day rolls around. Help yourself to their 40 rotating flavors and more than 62 toppings to find the perfect combination. 343 King St. (843) 937-9501, yogurtmountain.com
 

Yobe  
Whoever said dessert was unhealthy never stepped inside Yobe. They’re changing up sweets with options like cookies-n-cream, salted caramel, and peanut butter. Sound unhealthy? All of their flavors are a mere 25 calories per ounce! 975 Savannah Hwy. (843) 766-2701, myyobe.com
 

Tutti Frutti
Avoid post-dessert guilt with the delicious new soy bean frozen yogurt at Tutti Frutti. Non-fat, non-genetically-modified, and gluten free, it’s also charitable! Ten percent of the flavor’s proceeds are donated to the Nutrition and Education Institute, an organization helping fight hunger in Afghanistan. 903 Houston Northcutt Blvd., Mount Pleasant. (843) 654-9231, tuttifruttimtp.com  
 




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