Featured Business Post: Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt + a Giveaway!

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This featured business post is brought to you by Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt. All opinion are our own.

Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt POP-UP PARTY | Des Moines Moms Blog

My eldest’s birthday is in June, and I’m always looking for fun and creative birthday party ideas. As he turns five this year, one of his favorite things in the whole world is frozen yogurt. So when we were contacted by Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt about trying out their pop-up party concept for the DMMB team, I was stoked! (Do people still say stoked or am I just a big dork?) Frozen yogurt and toppings delivered directly to my door — yes, please!

Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt Pop-Up Party | Des Moines Moms Blog

Orange Leaf makes ordering super easy. First off, contact your local Orange Leaf store. These are the Des Moines area locations:

  • 1905 Ingersoll Avenue; 515-369-5323
  • 4650 NW 86th Street; 515-727-5323
  • 6630 Mills Civic Parkway; 515- 273-5323
  • 1350 NW 18th Street, Ankeny; 515-963-1857

There are three options you can choose:

  • 12 cups with 3 toppings
  • 25 cups with 5 toppings
  • 50 cups with 10 toppings

Pick your frozen yogurt flavors (three) and your toppings, then pick your date and time for delivery and it’s delivered right to your door! How much easier could it possibly be? They include napkins and spoons, basically everything you need for a party!

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To make life a little sweeter, Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt is giving away four $25 gift cards to you sweet readers! Click on over to Des Moines Moms Blog Facebook page to enter to win.

Good luck!

Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt Pop-Up Party | Des Moines Moms Blog

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Kara originally hails from northwest Iowa where she met her husband, Lance, through a 4-H fashion show. After a decade of living in central Iowa, Kara is still figuring out which way is north. Wearing the hat of “wife, mommy, employee, chef, ribbon tie-er and family calendar organizer,” Kara knows a bit about juggling life and work. Kara became a boy-mom in June of 2011 to Lucan and a girl-mom to Gracelyn in December of 2014. Most days you can find her mixing up metaphors and oversharing life’s moments via social media. Kara enjoys yoga, reading, gardening, cooking, sewing in straight lines and singing along to musicals. A spender by nature, but thrifty by necessity, Kara is always in hunt of a bargain. She’s an active member of Northpoint Church and a resident of Grimes. Her vision for life includes “doing the best we can with what God gives us.”

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