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Three generous scoops of Vanilla Custard, topped with slices of ripe Banana, Banana Cream and Chocolate Cream, and sprinkles of Chocolate Flakes and French Pastry pieces.
Caramel flavored custard, loaded with pecans and swirls of caramel and fudge
A light chocolate malt flavor with chunks of malted milk balls
A mint flavored custard with dark chocolate chunks
Blue Moon Custard + Golden Oreo®
A natural raspberry flavor with sweet, tart berries
A chocolate,caramel flavor with coconut, fudge and walnut pieces
A butterscotch flavor and whole roasted pecans
Frosty, wild cherry custard swirled with our rich, creamy vanilla custard. This great flavor in honor of a great hometown company, Harley Davidson.
A classic cocktail made into a classic flavor with a fudge accent
To an old-fashioned custard flavor of butterscotch, we
sprinkle in a crunchy brickle, rich with real butter, brown sugar and almonds
Tastes like chocolate chip cookie dough! Made with Hershey's chocolate chips and cookie dough chunks
What do you get when you cross a peanut butter cup with Kopp's Frozen Custard? You guessed it!
A classic Italian dessert of espresso-flavored custard, ribbons of fudge and ladyfinger morsels
You've had the pie. . . . . we've made it into a tropical custard treat
Our own caramel with special roasted cashews
We are still uncertain as to the origin of this rich and delicious cake with it’s dark red coloring. Some say it originated in the south and others are giving credit to the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York.
The passion of this renowned dessert has now moved to the Midwest where Kopp’s will again revive it’s popularity.
Bob bounced into my life as a two year old pup in 1992; an adventurous, rambunctious little dog. In desperate need of rescue from the Phoenix Animal Protection Agency, he was bailed out by Janis, my friend and sympathetic animal lover. Despite all the tender loving care he received, or maybe because of it, Bob developed a most reckless independent spirit.
Somehow he lost a chunk of his ear that he never could quite explain. One exhilarating day Bob even lost his tail when he decided to jump over a razor wire fence in hot pursuit of a four legged enemy of the feline persuasion. Needless to say, my admiration grew in direct proportion to his exploits.
On another wonderful day full of adventure and excitement Bob was on the third floor of a building under construction when he spotted a pigeon. With no time to waste he dashed after the bird, failing to realize that as he leapt through an open window, ground level was three stories below. Sailing through the air, the windshield of a car finally broke his fall. The bird got away, and poor little Bob broke his front legs which required an emergency vet visit and permanently implanted steel rods in both legs.
Janis again was his savior and nursed him back to complete health, carrying him in a sling when his legs were just too tender to be used. I think he took advantage of that as he enjoyed being carried around long after his legs had healed. Bob acquired a military gait in remembrance of his greatest escapade and once again we were off to explore the many thrilling alleys and pathways on our long walks.
Although he never received an Oscar for his doggie stunts (however well deserved an Oscar may be), he was made a star by famed photographer Christopher Makos when he was photographed for the ARCOS art fair in Madrid.
Our relationship continued to grow stronger as I spoiled him day after day with juicy steak bones and a comfortable bed. Bob passed this year at the ripe old age of 20. A day does not go by that I don’t think of Bob. His loyalty to Janis and me was unsurpassed and absolute. And yes, Bob did like frozen custard.