Cameez: Frisco's Frozen Yogurt and Coffee

Caramel Apple
Very Berry

Caramel Fudge Eclair
Cake Batter
Peanut Butter


Cameez To Go Menu

Curbside Coffee at Cameez

Frozen Yogurt Coupons in Frisco, Colorado



Visit Cameez Frozen Yogurt & Coffee! Located just across the street from Walmart in Frisco, CO. [map] 821 Summit Blvd, Frisco, CO 80443

*WiFi available! *
(970) 368-6071
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Daily Store Hours: 7:00am - 10pm
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Frisco's Self-Serve Frozen Yogurt Bar
New changes are happening at Cameez! Our famous frozen yogurt and coffee bar is now expanding into a "Crepe Cafe". You can enjoy the Cameez experience all day with hot breakfast crepes, lunch crepes, and of course, dessert crepes. Sit down and enjoy your meal by the big screen tv, or snuggle up by the fire. Cameez is still delighting our guests with amazing espresso drinks. And the main attraction is still center stage with our self-serve frozen yogurt bar, where there is a “no scale zone.” Yes, we do not weigh your dessert creation, you just pay one flat rate. Whaaat . . . can’t believe it? Then you must come in and experience what the locals say: “Word on the street - Cameez is the place to meet!”

White Bean Chicken Chili
Lentil Soup
Baked Potato

All soups are gluten free and most important - "Cameez-Made".

New ITEM:  pretzel rolls, add these to your soup, great treat


Caramel Apple Latte


Do you remember bobbing for apples?  We did it as kids but now when I think about all the slobber that was spit into the water bucket of apples I think I will never do that again.


But the caramel apple latte is a drink that will make your mouth water. 


Try it for $2.25 




December 7: Cameez will be participating in the Soup Cup Classic at the Frisco Adventure Park


Wassail Days:  Come into Cameez and try our Wassail.




Although today at Cameez was very quiet - in sales that is - it was not short in "life." Let me share: the morning started out with a rather serious conversation with a 23 year old young man who has been homeless for quite some time, we talked like he was one of my own and we discussed some life stuff. Not long after, Captain Jim (as we like to call him) stopped in for coffee and shared with me some tidbits of what makes a healthy marriage since he has 52 years of experience. Then in walked a dear friend who wanted to share news of her lost friend, Paul, the man who disappeared at the Bronco game. I promised to pray for her and her son and his family. We shared some tears together. Another friend came in for a business meeting and after shared with me what was happening in her world. This may sound backwards - but I was thankful that it wasn't a great "sales" day, because it allowed me to have time to listen, to share, and to pray. Isn't that what life is all about?