The treat is made with Andy's vanilla custard, fresh strawberries, pretzels and a peanut butter "jackhammer," or peanut butter inserted in the center of the dessert. The "Evanston150" will be sold through the end of the year, with a portion of all proceeds going to support Evanston 150.
so pleased that Andy’s has created a unique treat to celebrate the 150th
steering committee member and Celebrate!2013 co-chair Lori Osborne said in a press release. “This creative frozen custard treat is
a fitting tribute to Evanston, home of the ice cream sundae.”
Andy's Frozen Custard president Andy Kuntz said his company was proud to support the community, and compared the taste of the Evanston150 to a peanut butter and jelly sandwich--with a crunch.
“This is an extraordinary
treat. I hope it’s a big hit,” he said.