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Ben & Jerry's sells both ready to go and custom ice cream cakes. Each cake and design is made by one of the two on staff cake decorators.
Traditionally, Ben & Jerry's ice cream cakes come with two layers of ice cream and two layers of either brownie or cookies, although this year there are some new and exciting options. Each custom cake still comes in any flavor (or two flavors) that are available at the local scoop shop in Davis. However, you now have more filling options. Not only can you choose between cookies and brownies, but you can also choose between fudge, caramel, peanuts, crushed oreos, sprinkles ( chocolate or rainbow), and poundcake.
We can also make sorbet cakes, frozen yogurt cakes, gluten free cakes, and nut free cakes, as well.
The cakes are frosted and can be decorated with cookies, candies, brownies, chocolates, candy bars, caramel drizzles, chocolate drizzles, drawings, fudge. You name and it and we are pretty sure we'll be able to do it.
It is best to give us a three to five day notice on cake orders, but just in case, ready to go cakes are available for pickup. We often have a full freezer of ready to go cakes, made with popular flavor combinations. Although short notice is not recommended, cakes can be made be made to order if at least a 24 hour order notice is given by calling 530-756-5964, or by stopping into place the order in person.
Here are some sample custom designs:
Here are some samples of ready to go designs:
These are the prices for our ready to go cakes. Any custom orders are an additional $5.00
Cakes are usually round but with a special order they can be heart shaped or square. (The Sheet is always rectangular.)
Photos and custom cake designs by Brittney McClain
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2005-03-24 03:16:38 I want one for my birthday! —MarieHuynh
2005-06-29 19:52:32 Agh! My birthday's tomorrow and I don't know which one I want! —MarieHuynh
2005-07-15 00:07:56 My family got me the Oreo Cookies and Cream one (not pictured) and omg.. mmm delicious! —JoAnnaRich
2005-10-29 16:21:48 The best cake I ever had was a frozen yogurt cake I bought from TCBY. You'll never want to go back to the fluffy type again. (p.s. Does this page seem a little commercial to you or is it just me? I guess it's just me.) —SteveDavison
2005-10-29 17:21:37 Well Steve, have you ever had a Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream Cake because it is not the "fluffy tpe." We use dense chocolate brownies on the base of the cake, and a layer in the middle as well. As far as the "commercial" aspect of this page. The wiki will only get better when local businesses get involved. Ben & Jerry's is just on the forefront. —RobRoy
2005-10-29 17:28:49 Plus, TCBY closed anyway. I'm totally down for B&J's cake. And I think the Davis ben and jerry's is actually better than most. —JaimeRaba
2005-10-29 17:30:46 Does B&J have non-ice cream (frozen yogurt, sherbet, or ? something low/non-fat?) I've never had one, but they look great. Actually, I'm an evangelist for non-fluffy cakes -I really think your type are SO much classier. —SteveDavison
2005-10-29 17:32:18 RE: Commercial aspect. That thought had definitely occurred to me, so it was meant as a 'request for comment' and not in any way a criticism. —SteveDavison
2005-10-29 17:35:48 TCBY used to be next to the N.Davis Dos Coyotes. That particular location closed, I do believe. —JaimeRaba
2006-03-29 03:24:56 I ... I want one now ... *looks tearfully at cake pictures at 3am* —TusharRawat
2006-03-29 19:28:05 Didn't we have a war over weather or not one can post these pictures? —JamesSchwab
2011-08-02 21:36:15 The mint oreo cake rocks. —CovertProfessor
2011-08-13 05:59:54 Woah. These are some wildly colorful new designs. I like the adventurous spirit. A piece of advice for the coral cake. You can use the fish from the Phish Food by fishing out a few fudge fish with a popsicle stickle, putting the fish on a piece wax paper in the freezer for a 15 minutes and then running very cold water over the fish to clear of the little bits of ice cream still stuck the them. It is rather easy to do. Keep it up. —RobRoy