As the temperatures begin to drop across the midwest, some people might think that this week before Christmas is a time of big pots of soup and staying inside. Not everyone, however, wants to hunker down just because the weather is getting cold. In fact, no matter how cold the temperature is, some people still want to make sure that they get their daily serving of frozen yogurt and ice cream, even if it means going out of the house to get it.
Whether you are a college student home for break or you are a parent of little children, you understand the thrill of going out for a frozen treat. The process of asking for a tasting spoon size sample of the flavor of the day at least once, if not twice, and making the final selection. From the adorable paper ice cream cups to the tasting spoons that y