Strickland's Frozen Custard

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Strickland's Frozen Custard was established in 1936 by Bill and Florence Strickland in Akron, Ohio and now also has locations in California and South Carolina. This award-winning company offers goods such as sundaes, banana splits, milk shakes, fountain soft drinks, ice-cream pies and more. It is based in a fair-sized building with a small parking lot for customers. You will enjoy everything Strickland's has to offer, so feel free to stop by and order one or more of their specials.
2629 Bailey Rd, Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221
(330) 929-8498
  • Hours: By appointment
  • Hours: Daily, 11am - 11pm
  • Accessible: no
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Michael Dougherty July 9, 2013 at 08:34 pm
I am not sure if these comments actually post. It is ice cream and not custard as it has no egg inRead More it. Stricklands will be happy to tell you that. The original Stricklands stores have been grandfathered in and can still call themselves custard as they did so before the law on what can be called custard went into effect. Their product used to have egg in it but it was taken out of the recipe during the war when eggs were rationed.
Michael Dougherty July 9, 2013 at 08:42 pm
The Stricklands franchises call their product ice cream as they are not grandfathered in. SomeRead More competitors call their product soft serve because they aren't legally allowed to call it ice cream as their product does not have enough cream in it. So, while Stricklands is ice cream it is still quite unique to other ice cream products. You may not know that air is an ingredient to ice cream. The texture of the product is impacted by the air content. Many of the ice cream packages in the supermarket are half filled with air. Stricklands has a low amount of air in it and thus most of your cone is filled with product and not air.
Jimm Motyka July 10, 2013 at 08:44 am
Thank you for the clarification. And you are correct about eggs being essential in making custardRead More the product that it is.
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