We are thrilled to have stumbled across an amazingly healthy yet super tasty frozen delight. The Soft Serve Fruit Co. offers guilt-free frozen treats with only 3 simple ingredients: fruit, water and a touch of organic cane sugar.
That means these soft serve fruit treats and smoothies are completely free of dairy, gluten, fat, preservatives, high fructose corn syrup, sodium, cholesterol, and all 8 major allergens. We LOVE the dark chocolate soft serve fruit (above) as it is made with Ecuadorian cacao fruit, which contains more antioxidants than both goji berries and acai and has been shown to lower blood pressure and repair damaged skin.
Soft serve fruit comes in a selection of other varieties including banana, blueberry, tangerine, pumpkin, apple, and mango to name a few. These can be topped with any of the 25 toppings, blended into a smoothie or enjoyed in the form of a refreshing popsicle. Our favorite combination is the dark chocolate soft serve fruit with fresh banana topping. We are also excited to try some of their new breakfast options which include steel-cut fruit infused oatmeal, soft serve fruit parfaits, hot vegan waffles, and a superfood bowl with goji berries, almonds, cacao nibs, granola and fruit.
Check out their two locations in Manhattan and at Hampton Coffee Company in Water Mill. Delivery is available within Manhattan and they just launched national shipping!
Union Square 25 East 17th St, NYC
Upper East Side 1371 Third Ave., NYC
Hamptons 869 Montauk Hwy, Water Mill, NY
Data Sources: Flavanols and procyanidins of cocoa and chocolate inhibit growth and polyamine biosynthesis of human colonic cancer cells.; Chocolate: food as medicine/medicine as food.; Cocoa flavanols: effects on vascular nitric oxide and blood pressure.; Cacao seeds are a “Super Fruit”: A comparative analysis of various fruit powders and products. Naturalnews.com; drweil.com; doctoroz.com
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