Katy and I are trying to bring more focus to the businesses in Mashpee, and we have decided to do a “Spotlight On…” blog entry one to three times a week. Each one of these entries will focus on one business and I will write about what this business does and why you should go/shop/eat there. The first entry will be on Sweet Waves in the Mashpee Commons, next to Panera on 10 Steeple Street. Sweet Waves is open throughout the winter, so you have an opportunity to go year-round!
The owners of Sweet Waves wanted to bring together the fascination with frozen yogurt and the atmosphere of Cape Cod. So both of those together is what make Sweet Waves so great. There are eighteen yogurt flavors to choose from as well as over fifty options for toppings. With all of this, you can definitely choose something that suits your taste buds.
The only rule of Sweet Waves: follow the recommendation on their wall when you serve yourself. After all, these guys know what they’re talking about. The yogurts consist of actual fruit puree, delicious cocoa, vanilla beans, coffees, cookies, marshmallow, and a lot of other flavorings. There are also several categories of frozen yogurt, such as non-fat, no sugar non-fat, sorbet (non-dairy) and low fat. On the Sweet Waves website, they recommend you try the Popping Boba or the cookie dough bites for something even more special.
Sweet Waves is open every day: Sundays-Thursdays from 11 am to 10 pm, and Fridays-Saturdays from 11 am to 11 pm.
My recommendation is waiting for a crisp, cold day. You know, the day where you just want some ice cream or something cold, despite the fact it’s in the 20s. In my opinion, cold treats taste better then. And you don’t have to worry about it melting quickly.
Here are a couple pictures from the Sweet Waves Facebook page and their website.