So, we had just finished dinner in Plano & saw "Spoonfull" Grand Opening. And there were tons of people inside-like at least 20! This place has something to be proud of, a very smart concept,
Do It Yourself (DIY) Yogurt:
1. Grab a cup "the size of a bucket!"
2. Choose from about 10 flavors- because you are serving yourself, here is your chance to mix & match, take your time, taste a flavor with a tester cup first. Traditional flavors like chocolate & vanilla & fun flavors like raspberry & cappuchino, or cookies & cream.
3. Move to the toppings bar- also self serve. 4 kinds of syrup, tons of toppings- again some very traditional like chocolate sprinkles & M&M Candy and creative toppings like marshmallows, fresh fruit-strawberries, blackberries, kiwi, mango, or cereal: cocoa puffs or fruity pebbles, also had granola, coconut, the list goes on & on.
4. Move up to the cash register where they weigh your yogurt creation by the ounce- $.35 cents/oz. My husband & I's creations were right around $6 total.
I asked the store employee if this new store was a franchise? He said, "No, private store, this is the first one." I told him that they had a great concept- he thanked me. People love taking their time, not feeling rushed & customizing things their way.
My creation: 1/2 chocolate & vanilla swirl, 1/2 cappuchino & raspberry swirl with strawberries, marshallows, mini chocolate chips & chocolate fudge syrup.
Hubby's creation: Cookies & Cream & Cappuchino plus mini chocolate chips, chocolate fudge syrup, & oreos (everything chocolate in the store).