Carvel Menu Prices

Last Updated on August 4, 2022
Written by CPA Alec Pow | Content Reviewed by Certified CFA CFA Alexander Popinker

Carvel is an American ice cream store chain, famous for its ice cream cakes, which have a layer of unique “crunchies, and for their soft-serve ice cream. They also offer a wide range of ice cream sandwiches and novelty ice cream bars.

This company has always been and continues to be dedicated to offering the best quality products. They make and provide a great range of flavors and aromas, to make happy everyone. The chain set itself apart from other competitors by dedicating to producing superior quality products and a family oriented, fun atmosphere.

In the table below you will find the latest Carvel menu prices, so you can get an idea about how much you should budget if you want to try their ice cream.



Mixes: M&M’s, Cookie Dough, Oreo, Reese’s & Chocolate Crunchies
Carvelanche® Small $5.99
Carvelanche® Medium $6.79
Carvelanche® Large $7.99
Extra Topping $0.99

Sundae Dashers

Popular Choices: Bananas Foster, Fudge Brownie, Mint Chocolate Chip, Oreo, Reese’s Peanut Butter or Strawberry Shortcake
Sundae Dashers® Small $5.99
Sundae Dashers® Medium $6.79
Sundae Dashers® Large $7.59

Thick Shakes

Flavors: Vanilla, Chocolate, Strawberry, Black & White, Oreo or Coffee
Shake Small $4.79
Shake Medium $5.49
Shake Large $5.99

Classic Sundaes

Sundae Small $5.49
Sundae Medium $5.99
Sundae Large $6.39
Banana Barge $6.99
Extra Topping $0.99


Square Small $14.99
Square Medium $25.99
Sheet Small $32.99
Sheet Medium $39.99
Sheet Large $57.99
Round 8″ $21.99
Round 10″ $29.99

Soft Serve Ice Cream

Cone or Cup Kids $2.49
Cone or Cup Junior $3.49
Cone or Cup Small $3.99
Cone or Cup Medium $4.39
Cone or Cup Large $5.39


Flying Saucers 6 Pack $8.99

Brand History

The history of Carvel starts back in 1929 with Tom Carvel and a loan truck. He began to move from one location to another and sell a various range of hard serve items and frozen custard. On one of his many trips, in 1934, Tom had his truck broken on the roadside, but he managed to transform a bad experience into an opportunity. He sold his entire stock of products in only two days and this inspired him to transform his truck business into a fixed store.

The first official location was opened in 1937, in Hartsdale, New York. The frozen custard and the ice cream were very popular among customers and during the 1940s Tom Carvel continues to travel all over the country to sell his ice cream from the truck, while his wife Agnes stayed at their fixed location to manage the business. In 1947 Tom started to sell his own designed freezer the “Custard King” to different other companies.

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After inspecting the state of these other companies which were using his freezer concept, Tom found out they were not managing their businesses with the same uprightness he intended. So, in 1949 Carvel started franchising, with Tom making sure that every new location respected the same high standards. He was always very involved in all aspects of the business. During the 1950s Tom even recorded most of the company’s radio commercials.

After 60 years at the helm of the company, in 1989 Tom sold the Carvel business to Investicorp, which continued to develop while staying true to the founder’s original dream. Nowadays, there are more than 300 Carvel locations all over the United States.

Our review

Carvel Menu ItemsWhen going to Carvels you will not be delighted only by their tasty products, but also by the way the restaurants are decorated, in cute, pastel colors. Also, this restaurant is famous for its great customer service with smiling, personable staff greeting every client as soon as they walk in.

Carvel has a very expansive frozen menu which includes treats, novelties, sandwiches, soft serve, shakes, sundaes, and hand-dipped products. All of these come in a wide range of flavors such as peach marshmallow, banana fudge, maple walnut, chocolate coffee, black raspberry, and many more. Also, they offer their special range of Carvelanches, which are a mix of Carvel ice cream and various toppings like Oreo’s, Reese’s, and M&M’s.

This chain is an artist when it comes to ice-cream cakes, so you should go directly to them for your next special occasion. The most popular product sold by Carvel is Reese’s Sundae Dasher, but you should also definitely try their Chipsters ice cream sandwiches, that is a mix of ice cream, chocolate chips, and cookies.

Carvel’s menu prices are really affordable. The price of a cake starts at around $15, while a Carvelance is priced at around $8 and for a normal soft serve, you will have to pay anywhere between $4 and $7. Periodically, the chain also offers promotional deals, making sure that its clients are getting the best value for their money.

Carvel has stayed at the forefront of the ice cream industry for more than 80 years and continues to do it by consistently creating high-quality products and a welcoming environment.

Carvel FAQs

At what time does Carvel open?

Carvel opens every day at 12 p.m., but it varies from one location to another. It is recommended to check the opening hours of the location you are interested in on their official website.

At what time does Carvel close?

Carvel closes at 09:00 p.m. every day. However, it may vary from one location to another and you should verify the closing time of your nearest location on their official website.

Is Carvel ice cream made with milk?

The majority of Carvel’s products are made with milk and may contain wheat, eggs, soy, peanuts, and tree nuts.

What is the Carvel icing made of?

Carvel icing is made of a powdered mix, vanilla ice cream in liquid form, and water.

Are dogs allowed to eat Carvel ice cream?

Dogs cannot eat Carvel ice cream or any other ice cream because these products contain the artificial sweetener xylitol, which may cause a surge of insulin to be released.

What are Carvel crunchies made of?

Carvel crunchies are made of chocolate cookie pieces that are covered in a rich chocolate bonnet shell.

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