Andy’s Frozen Custard

Over thirty years ago, John and Carol Kuntz established Andy’s Frozen Custard in Osage Beach, Missouri. The company has been in operation ever since. Since then, the company has spread to thirteen states where it operates free-standing restaurants with a retro motif. These restaurants are either owned by the company or franchised by companies.

On Thursday, August 8th, the day is set. Andy’s Frozen Custard is celebrating National Custard Day by selling cones for 86 cents each, whether they are chocolate or vanilla. This offer is valid throughout the entire day.

At both of the Tennessee sites, which are located at 2262 Memorial Blvd. in Murfreesboro and 4941 Main St. in Spring Hill, the hours of operation are from 11 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.

Andy Kuntz, the president and owner of Andy’s Frozen Custard, had this to say about the company: “At Andy’s, we are committed to providing the exceptional handcrafted frozen treats.” We are looking forward to celebrating National Frozen Custard Day with both new and existing customers, and we will be raising our cones in celebration.

While celebrating National Custard Day, you do not need to place an order for a cone. Kuntz mentioned that the creamy custard from Andy’s may be found in a variety of other products that are available on the main menu.

You can enjoy Andy’s throughout the year by using the walk-up windows, which provide covered patio seating outside, or by using the rapid drive-through window, which tries to serve guests in less than two minutes.

Andy's Frozen Custard
Andy’s Frozen Custard

Or custard, if you prefer.
It is important to understand the distinction between ice cream and custard.

The ingredients milk, cream, and sugar are used in the production of both ice cream and frozen custard. The smooth texture of frozen custard, on the other hand, is achieved by adding an additional ingredient: egg yolk.

In addition, Andy’s is produced using a machine that has been modified to meet the original “gold” standard. This standard was established by Leon’s, a frozen custard establishment based in Milwaukee, which began serving frozen custard for the first time in the 1940s.

The owner of the franchise that operates the Murfreesboro and Spring Hill stores, Brad Feuerbacher, stated that the custard that they serve is produced fresh on an hourly basis. Also, we select only the most recently harvested components.

Feuerbacher noted that the custard machine churns the mixture slowly, and that it is served at a temperature that is greater than that of ice cream. He said that this results in a creamier texture for the dish.

Furthermore, Andy’s only uses hormone-free r-BST milk that is sourced solely from Meadowvale, which is located in the northern part of Illinois.

You have the option of selecting from thirty toppings that have been combined with either chocolate or vanilla frozen custards for the Concrete, or you can go for the Jackhammer, which involves drilling the Concrete and filling it up to the center with another topping.

Depending on the time of year, you will be able to indulge in delectable delicacies. Made with an entire piece of freshly baked pie, Summer’s Key Lime Pie Concrete is a delicious treat. Peaches, blackberries, and raspberries are some of the summer fruits that are currently available.

Take advantage of the pumpkin flavor by include an entire slice of pie in your dessert during the autumn season. In the latter part of the year, you can anticipate the appearance of peppermint candy canes, eggnog, and apple pie.

Andy's Frozen Custard
Andy’s Frozen Custard

Listed on the menu
In order to create your own Concrete or Jackhammer, you can construct your own version. On the other hand, there are also beverages such as banana splits, sundaes, shakes, malts, custard bars, floats, and freezes, as well as traditional cold beverages. Also, make sure to get quarts and pints of the custard for your home.

Here are some of the most popular dishes on the menu that you might wish to try:

The original Straw-Ana is a parfait made of custard that is topped with sliced bananas and strawberries.
Triple Chocolate Concrete is a dessert consisting of chocolate custard, chocolate chip cookie dough, and chocolate chips that have been melted.
The Brownie, James Cooking custard with peanut butter and brownies, followed by filling it with hot fudge, is the recipe for the Funky Jackhammer.

The BootDaddy Concrete is a mixture of Oreo cookies, caramel, and hot fudge that is combined with vanilla or chocolate custard.
The Tin Roof Sundae is a dessert consisting of custard spread on top of chocolate syrup and Spanish peanuts.
Custard and a baked brownie topped with hot fudge, toasted nuts, and a cherry are the components that make up the Stolen Brownie Sundae.
Freezes were made by combining custard and soda.

It is traditional. The sodas consist of scoops of custard that are blended with seltzer and flavored with cherry, chocolate, raspberry, strawberry, or key lime syrup, depending on your preference.

What else to be aware of
Participating in the YUM SQUAD loyalty program is something you should do if you happen to be a fan of Andy’s. Emails containing information about special deals and promotions are sent to members of the reward program. On top of that, you can accumulate points that can be used to get free custard. There is a point awarded to you for each dollar that you spend. When you reach fifty points, you will be eligible to win a reward of up to five dollars worth of a treat of your choosing.

Any Andy’s location will provide you with a loyalty card, or you can choose to receive a virtual replica of the card via email.

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