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Fro-yo girl here. This Tutti Frutti is at the Citadel Outlets in the food court area, so it benefits from a ton of foot traffic. It’s a smaller location and typical for a Tutti Frutti. There are 12 self-serve flavors and a limited selection of toppings and sauces for 57 cents an ounce. It’s more expensive but not surprising, since mall-based locations tend to be pricier. I was surprised by the wide variety of fresh fruit (grapes, mango, pineapple, strawberries, watermelon, pomegranate seeds, blueberries, kiwi). Other toppings include jellies, popping boba, mochi, nuts, sprinkles, candy, coconut, trail mix, chocolate chips, etc. Some of the toppings weren’t part of the toppings bar but you have to ask for them (e.g., bananas, cookie dough, whipped cream).
Start with a cup. They had different cup designs but all the cups were gigantic. I wasn’t offered any sample cups but in the past they’ve given others 1 sample cup or dispensed it themselves.
Froyo flavors of the day:
- Original tart: My go to flavor at Tutti Frutti, it’s tangy, creamy, smooth and flavorful
- Watermelon sorbet
- Cookies & cream
- Pistachio ice cream
- French vanilla
- Death by chocolate
- Splenda strawberry
In addition to yogurt, they sell hot chocolate, tea, water, soda, bottled drinks, bags of chips, and Pringles. The place looks somewhat junky with all the bottles of soda and snacks, including some right by the entrance. There are a few small tables inside and outside.
The credit card minimum is $5 or 30 cents if you want to use a credit or debit card and your purchase is under $5. I was surprised that they had cute Tutti Frutti fruit shaped spoons.
You know you love me. X0 X0, fro-yo girl.
3 out of 5 stars
By Lolia S.