Clipboard signs for each flavor explain if they contain gluten

A new gluten-free friendly shop has opened up in the North Metro of the Twin Cities. Even if you don’t live in the Twin Cities you might want to pay attention — especially if you have a child who does serious hockey, figure skating, soccer and perhaps a little baseball. If you do, you may someday come to the National Sports Center in Blaine, Minnesota.

Just a few short miles away you can stop by a new frozen yogurt place called Yogurt Sundae.  Not just any frozen yogurt place, the folks who work at this place KNOW about gluten-free diets and when crafting their blends of yogurt they were determined to ensure a wide selection of gluten free yogurt was available.

I brought my two daughters and a friend of theirs on Saturday and it was fun!  They had a total of 18 flavors of frozen yogurt, 14 of which were gluten free.  The company puts little “clip boards” above each flavor which states if there is gluten in them.  The staff was more than happy to show off their great new place.  And I have to tell you, this is a little slice of heaven since Blaine is not exactly known for being the hub of all things gluten free.  It may however be the hub of bar & grills– which most often are not overly gluten-free friendly.  So this is an exciting step for us!

All three girls liked Yogurt Sundae (Emma is pictured in the middle)

The company reports there are more than “45 super foods and nutrients in every yogurt serving”  including  broccoli, flax seed, quinoa, buckwheat and kelp, plus some probiotics as well.

Emma’s magical mixture included a blend of white chocolate and dark chocolate yogurts and she threw in Swedish Fish for good measure (which she then learned quickly froze and were hard to eat).  Whether you live in the northern suburbs or are just here for a weekend tournament, be sure to check out Yogurt Sundae for a yummy afternoon treat!

 

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2 Responses to “New Yummy Gluten Free Addition to Northern Twin Cities”

  1. Thanks for the review!!! I’m going to remember this when I’m out that way for soccer this summer/fall! I discovered last summer, a gluten free friendly bar and grill – with a gf denoted menu and gf buns!
    http://www.brickspub.com/images/article_images/menus/BricksFall.indd.pdf

  2. If you are a sports person then it is important that you must away from unhealthy foods which contain gluten, Because it can cause bad health and growing fat on body. And I appreciate your blog the gluten free frozen yogurt is not harmful for health.So I think that if you eat gluten free dessert then it will good for your health.

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