5 Great Places to Cool Your Heads With Frozen Sugary Treats

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • September 7, 2009
1. IKEA – $1 is the total cost for their drippy-delicious non-fat frozen yogurt cone. There's no fresh fruit or cereal for toppings. What's more, IKEA's yogurt is squarely set on the sweet side of the spectrum, not the sour. But it's swirled by a...
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