You’re already obsessed with Pinkberry’s frozen yogurt for dessert, and now, the dessert chain wants to serve you breakfast, too.
According to a report in the Boston Globe, Pinkberry is testing a pilot program that will take a spin on the Greek yogurt trend, offering the item on a new breakfast menu.
Pinkberry Greek, a thicker, less-sweet yogurt that packs 3 grams of protein into every ounce. Customers can customize it with honey, fresh berries, chocolate granola, shaved almonds, and other mix-ins. The shops are also adding a morning necessity — coffee.
Three stores in Boston – Newbury Street, Prudential Center and Harvard Square – will be opening at 8 a.m. for the pilot run of Pinkberry Greek. Additionally, the Pinkberry locations in Hingham, Wellesley and the South Shore Plaza in Braintree will also be offering the breakfast options. Later this year, the Greek yogurt is expected to be implemented nationwide into the menu of 170 Pinkberry stores.
Also, starting tomorrow, June 27, Pinkberry is offering free Greek yogurt and coffee to all customers every Wednesday from 8 a.m. – 10 a.m. through July 25th.
Along with Pinkberry Greek, the frozen yogurt chain is also offering new menu items like a yogurt base with cucumber, sesame nuggets, and red and yellow peppers, and Greek yogurt, basil, tomatoes, olive oil, and a balsamic glaze. Interesting, considering I mostly think of Pinkberry yogurt adorned in strawberry, chocolate chips and other sweet flavors. But I’m willing to give anything a try once.
Will you be dining on Pinkberry Greek for breakfast?
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