Braum’s is a 3-in-1 company that includes a grocery store, an ice cream parlor, and a fast-food restaurant. This American grocery and fast-food restaurant chain is well-known for its frozen yogurt and ice cream.

Braum’s menu includes a wide variety of food items you can choose from including breakfast meals and combo dishes for dinner and lunch such as chicken strips, burgers, salads, and chicken sandwiches.

In the table below you will find the latest Braum’s menu prices.



Country Fried Steak Breakfast $5.89
Big Country Breakfast with Gravy $5.19
Hot Cakes & Sausage $3.59
Breakfast Burrito $2.59
Grande Burrito $3.19
Biscuit & Gravy $3.19
Biscuits & Gravy 2 Pc. $4.19
Biscuit & Sausage for Egg $2.39
Biscuit, Ham & Egg $3.19
Biscuit, Bacon, Egg & Cheese $3.49
Cinnamon Roll or Muffin $2.89
Fruit and Yogurt Swirl $3.49
Oatmeal $3.19
Hash Browns Regular $2.59
Hash Browns Large $2.89
Bagel $2.59
Bagel Omelette $3.59
Bag of Breakfast Burritos (Limited Time) 5 Pc. $7.19

Breakfast Combos

Includes Choice of Bagel, Biscuit or English Muffin & Small Coffee & Hash Browns
Sausage, Egg & Cheese Biscuit – Combo $5.19
Biscuit & Sausage Gravy – Combo $4.19
Biscuit & Sausage Gravy Double – Combo $6.19
Breakfast Burrito – Combo $4.79
Grande Burrito – Combo $5.19
English Muffin, Ham, Egg & Cheese – Combo $5.19
Bagel Omelette – Combo $5.39

Combo Meals

Includes Medium Fries & Medium Drink
Third Lb. Cheeseburger $4.59
Third Lb. Cheeseburger – Meal $6.59
Third Lb. Bacon Cheeseburger $5.59
Third Lb. Bacon Cheeseburger – Meal $7.59
Third Lb. Jalapeno Pepper Jack Cheeseburger $5.59
Third Lb. Jalapeno Pepper Jack Cheeseburger – Meal $7.59
Double Third Lb. Cheeseburger $6.19
Double Third Lb. Cheeseburger – Meal $8.69
Chicken Sandwich (Grilled or Crispy) $4.49
Chicken Sandwich (Grilled or Crispy) – Meal $6.89
Chicken Club Sandwich (Grilled or Crispy) $5.59
Chicken Sandwich (Grilled or Crispy) – Meal $7.59
Chicken Strips 4 Pc. $4.19
Chicken Strips 8 Pc. $5.49
Chicken Strips – Meal $6.69
Chili $3.59
Chili – Meal $5.59
Steak Sandwich $4.69
Steak Sandwich – Meal $7.19
Sixth Lb. Deluxe Hamburger $3.19
Sixth Lb. Deluxe Hamburger – Meal $5.19
Jr. Burger $2.19
Jr. Burger -Meal $4.59
Jr. Chicken Strips 2 Pc. $2.69
Jr. Chicken Strips – Meal 2 Pc. $4.79
BBQ Bacon Cheeseburger (Limited Time) $5.59
BBQ Bacon Cheeseburger – Meal (Limited Time) $7.59

Ice Cream & Sundaes

Jr. Cone Soft Serve Ice Cream $2.29
Jr. Cone Ice Cream $2.29
Fat Free Sundae $3.79
Sundae Small $2.89
Sundae Large $4.59
Hand Packed Ice Cream Pint $4.19
Ice Cream Toppings $2.69
Single Dip Sundae $2.89
Double Dip Sundae $3.79
Fancy Sundae $4.19
Banana Split $3.79
Mixes Small $3.39
Mixes Large $3.89

Soft Frozen Yogurt Cone

Chocolate, Vanilla or Twist Small $2.49
Chocolate, Vanilla or Twist Large $2.49

Ice Cream or Frozen Yogurt

Waffle or Cake Cone
Ice Cream or Frozen Yogurt Single Dip $2.49
Ice Cream or Frozen Yogurt Double Dip $3.19
Ice Cream or Frozen Yogurt Triple Dip $3.19


Chicken Strip Dinner $5.89

Crinkle Cut French Fries

French Fries Small $2.39
French Fries Medium $2.89
French Fries Large $3.19


Garden Salad $4.59
Grilled Chicken Salad $6.19
Strawberry Poppy Seed Chicken Salad $6.19

Kid’s Meal

Includes Kid’s Fries, Kid’s Drink & Toy
Kid’s Meal $3.39


Soft Drinks Junior $1.59
Soft Drinks Small $2.29
Soft Drinks Medium $2.69
Soft Drinks Large $3.09
Milk O.J. Junior $1.59
Milk O.J. Small $2.29
Milk O.J. Medium $2.69
Milk O.J. Large $3.09
Coffee or Hot Chocolate Small $1.29
Coffee or Hot Chocolate Medium $2.59
Coffee or Hot Chocolate Large $2.79
Malts & Shakes Small $3.09
Malts & Shakes Medium $3.79
Malts & Shakes Large $4.99
Sherbet Freezes Small $3.09
Sherbet Freezes Medium $3.79
Sherbet Freezes Large $4.99
Float $3.39
Old Fashioned Soda $3.99

Brand History

The history of Braum’s starts back in 1933 with Henry H Braum who bought a butter processing business in Emporio, Kansas, and his son, Bill Braum, who started to learn how to run the family business. Their little business was booming by 1957 and they had their own distribution chain where were sold their own brand products “Peter Pan Ice Cream Stores”. Bill and his wife Mary purchased the brand from his father the same year. They continued to expand and solidify the company’s reputation.

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After ten years, in 1968, Mary and Bill sold the “Peter Pan” stores and founded their own chain called Braum’s. This new business was a real success and they opened 24 locations in the first year of activity. Braum’s food philosophy is “If you want something done right…do it yourself” and this is what led to their vertical integration concept. Braum’s company is involved in every aspect of production, from the cow milk to the ice cream cone.

The main family farm is located in Tuttle, Oklahoma on an area of 10,000 acres, but they have multiple farms. At the Braum’s family farm you can find a processing plant, a dairy herd, a bakery, a fleet of trucks, and a vehicle maintenance facility. Moreover, most of the feed is homegrown and they guarantee that the dairy herd is not fed with antibiotics or other growth hormones.

Braum’s success was ensured by the founder’s implication in the whole production process. All Braum’s stores are located within a 300 miles radius of the farm, so their products are always fresh. Today there are more than 300 locations all over the United States.

Our review

Braum's Menu ItemsOver time, Braum’s company has grown from an ice-cream production and distribution chain to much more than that. Each of their locations includes a grocery store, a grill, a soda foundation, and an old-fashioned ice cream. Braum’s stores will bring you back to a 1950’s dinner with old-fashioned booth seating, happy and smiling staff, and muted, simple, and well-lit interior design.

The grill-style menu includes the traditional fast-food items such as the fried chicken, burgers, chilis, fries, a breakfast range, salads, and soft drinks. The store also offers a large variety of frozen yogurts, ice cream cups and cones, ice cream mixes, frozen yogurt cups and cones, shakes, splits, malts, sundaes, sherbet freezes, and floats.

Braum’s grocery stores are a mix of dairy and grocery stores and a bakery where from you can purchase fresh vegetables and fruits, breads, muffins, cakes, and a large variety of homemade dairy products.

If you are going for the first time to a Braum’s and you don’t know what to order, you should try their “4 cheese burgers” which contain 1/3-pound 100% beef patty, Parmesan, Provolone, melted American cheese, pickles, a special sauce, Pepper jack, onions, tomatoes, and lettuce. As for dessert, you should order the hot caramel vanilla ice cream, which contains cherries, 2 halves of a banana, whipped cream, almonds, a creamy homemade vanilla ice cream, and a hot caramel sauce.

Even though, Braum’s is committed to quality their prices are affordable and reasonable. For instance, the combo meals cost anywhere between $5 and $9, while for the breakfast selection you will have to pay $3 to $8, and for a frozen treat $2 to $6.

So, Braum’s is the place for you if you are looking for something fresh, tasty, and affordable when it comes to food.

Braum’s FAQs

At what time does Braum’s open?

Braum’s opens at 06:00 a.m. every day. However, it may vary from one location to another, so it is recommended to verify this information on their official website.

At what time does Braum’s close?

Braum’s closes at 10:45 p.m. every day, but it depends on the day of the week and location. You should check the closing hours of the location you are interested in on Braum’s official website.

Does Braum’s make their own ice cream?

Yes, Braum’s makes their own ice cream. Moreover, they bake the cones that come with the ice cream.

Who owns Braum’s?

Braum’s is owned by the Braum family.

Where does Braum’s meat come from?

Braum’s meat comes from their own cow herds from the farms in the rural Shattuck and Tuttle areas.

What is Braum’s sauce made of?

Braum’s sauce is made of fresh sour cream, onions, tangy garlic, and a variety of spices and herbs.

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