Andy’s Frozen Custard Menu With Prices

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Ashwi Mahajan
Ashwi is an enthusiast foodie from the land of spices. Born in India and settled in the Aussies, her passion is to visit different restaurants to try different foods and explore their menus. She loves to share her personal experience related to restaurants and their food with other people.

If you love to have frozen desserts, then Andy’s Frozen Custard is the perfect place for you to visit. But before you plan to visit them, make sure you know about their latest menu, which I will be sharing below.

Andy’s Frozen Custard menu is all about delightful desserts. Their menu includes pints, quarts, custard bars, Italian ice, shakes, malts, freezes and drinks. They also have sides on their menu. 

I hope you got an idea about their menu, but this was just a brief introduction to their menu. The complete menu is mentioned below. Apart from the menu, I have also shared some other useful information such as nutritional, contact and franchise information. But before jumping to the menu, let’s have a quick look at their history.

Andy’s Frozen Custard is a frozen-custard chain located in the U.S.A. The company was founded by John and Carol Kuntz in 1986 and its first store was opened in Osage, Missouri. Since 1986, the brand has managed to open more than 45 locations in America, including states like Missouri, Texas, Arizona, Colorado, Arkansas, Kansas.

Andy’s Frozen Custard Menu Prices

Andy's frozen custard menu

Andy’s Frozen Custard is best known for its wide range of frozen desserts like custard, cones, or concretes.

You can try out their hand-dipped custard bars & Italian ice, which includes andy’s frozen custard bar, Zarlengo’s Italian ice and more. If you didn’t like this, then you can also order their shakes, malts, freezes and shakes.

The frozen custard itself is freshly made on an hourly basis and the ingredients are also carefully chosen for their fine and fresh quality. This is the reason why Andy’s frozen custard tastes even more and tastier every single time.

So without further ado, let’s check out Andy’s Frozen Custard Menu Prices.

Pints, Quarts & Quart Combos

Specialty Pints$5.99
Pints & Quarts$5.09
Pints & Quarts$8.49
Quart Combo$14.79

Hand-Dipped Custard Bars & Italian Ice

Andy’s Frozen Custard Bar$3.99
4-Pack of Andy’s Frozen Custard Bars$13.79
Zarlengo’s Italian Ice$2.99
4-Pack of Zarlengo’s Italian Ice$9.99

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Shakes, Malts, Freezes & Drinks

Shakes, Malts, Freezes & DrinksSmallMediumLarge
Old-Fashioned Freezes$5.49N/A$6.64
Old-Fashioned Sprecher Soda Draft$2.39$2.89$3.49
Andy’s Float Pack$10.49N/A$16.99
Large Fresh Brewed Iced Tea$1.99
Bottled Sprecher Soda$2.79
4-Pack of Bottled Sprecher Soda$8.99
Soft Drinks$1.99
Bottled Water$1.99

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Single Portion$1.00
Quadruple Portion$3.50

Andy’s Frozen Custard Nutritional Information

Nutritional Information

So to check the nutritional information of the items on the Andy’s Frozen Custard menu, visit the link mentioned above.

Andy’s Frozen Custard Franchising Information

Andy's frozen custard franchise

Andy’s Frozen Custard has more than 45 locations in different parts of the United States including Missouri, Texas, Arizona, Colorado, Arkansas, Kansas, Illinois, Oklahoma, North Carolina, and Tennessee.

The brand has shown interest in opening new stores in different parts of America and this is how much it will cost you to open one Andy’s Frozen Custard franchise.

Initial Franchise Fee $32,000
Total Investment  $622,000 to $1,490,500
Work Capital $1,000 to $80,000
Royalty6% of Gross Sales

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Andy’s Frozen Custard Contact Information

Andy’s Frozen Custard Office Address– 211 E. Water Street
Springfield, MO 65806

Andy’s Frozen Custard Phone Number–  417-881-3500

You can also contact the team of Andy’s Frozen Custard using the contact form on their website.

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