New York, NY (RestaurantNews.com) Move over Pumpkin Spice Latte:
There is some creamy competition in town that will have you saying, “Oh My, Pumpkin Pie.” 16 Handles is bringing back it’s popular pumpkin frozen yogurt and it’s unlike any other pumpkin soft serve. The Artisan creation is made at 16 Handles creamery with real pumpkin, delightful hints of cinnamon, clove, ginger, and nutmeg and actual bits of freshly baked graham cookies. It’s as if the popular fro-yo chain took your grandmother’s classic homemade pumpkin pie recipe and turned it into a creamy frozen yogurt treat.
16 Handles founder/CEO Solomon Choi says, “We know pumpkin’s popular and we got tired of tasting all the artificial flavorings out there. Nobody could get pumpkin right?—?so we decided to perfect it!”
The team worked closely with their chef to create the best tasting pumpkin flavor on the market. “Compare ‘Oh my, Pumpkin Pie’ to any of our competitors and I guarantee you’ll be coming back for more!,” says Choi.
This classic fall tradition pairs perfectly with graham cracker crumbs and cheesecake bites. Also try these combinations:
Torte Tease: Caramel Sauce & Chopped Almonds
Tiramisu Twist: Chocolate Chips & Whipped Cream
Hey, Muffin: Maple Glazed Pumpkin Seeds & Raspberry
“Oh My, Pumpkin Pie” is now in stores for a limited time.
About 16 Handles
Founded in 2008, 16 Handles is New York City’s first self-serve frozen yogurt shop and is currently the number one frozen yogurt business in the city. It has since grown to 40 locations across six states, and is now expanding internationally. 16 Handles sets itself apart with unique store design, innovative marketing, artisan flavors, and over 50 toppings to choose from, including your favorite candy, fresh fruit, sauces, and more. They highlight individuality and customization, encouraging fans to “flaunt their flavor” both in their cups and their lives. Committed to sustainability, 16 Handles uses biodegradable packaging and spoons and the brand plants 16 trees per day through a partnership with Trees for the Future. For more information visit http://www.16handles.com, Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/16Handles) or Twitter (@16Handles).