Fat Free Fro-Yo Treat Offers Frozen Twist on Beloved Italian Dessert
A new addition that will delight fro-yo fans with heart for cake-inspired flavors, Tiramisu pairs the rich flavor of espresso-soaked ladyfinger cookies with perfect hits of vanilla and cinnamon. The new flavor pairs well with a variety of 16 Handles’ toppings including graham cracker crumbs, bananas and caramel or chocolate sauce. As with all 16 Handles’ flavors, Tiramisu is Kosher certified and carries The National Yogurt Association’s seal of approval. It is available starting Monday, April 15th, in all 16 Handles’ locations.
“Tiramisu means “pick-me-up” in Italian, and this new flavor is so delicious it will lift anyone’s spirits,” said Solomon Choi, 16 Handles founder and CE-YO!. “Fat free yet still full of flavor, this better-for-you treat evokes a feeling of sitting at café in Rome while indulging in this famous layered Italian dessert.”
16 Handles features 16 rotating “handles” of frozen yogurt, along with an endless toppings bar that includes fresh, hand cut fruit, nuts, candies, cakes, sauces and other exclusive, chef-inspired toppings. In addition, 16 Handles offers non-dairy sorbets, frozen yogurt cakes, and WhipUps—guest-inspired creations that blend premium frozen yogurt and toppings into one delicious frozen confection.
About 16 Handles
16 Handles is an innovative frozen yogurt and dessert brand that encourages guests to Flaunt Their Flavor™. Whether guests want a better-for-you snack or an indulgent frozen dessert, 16 Handles offers something for everyone. Founded in 2008 by foodservice industry expert Solomon Choi, 16 Handles was the first frozen yogurt brand to pioneer the self-serve concept in New York City. Today the company has grown to 34 locations across New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maryland, and Florida and forecasts that 50 stores will be open by the end of 2013. Committed to sustainability, 16 Handles uses biodegradable packaging and spoons; each store plants 16 trees per day through a partnership with Trees for the Future. For more information visit http://www.16handles.com.