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HUB’s ‘Cow & Cookie’ Stand To Offer Blizzard-Like Desserts

Update, March 21: The HUB’s new “Cow & Cookie” stand has officially opened. The stand, made possible by a partnership between the Berkey Creamery and Penn State Bakery, is now offering soft-serve ice cream treats mixed with fruit or baked goods.

Each dessert, dubbed “Quakes,” will run you $4.99 or $5.99. Ordering is available through only the Penn State Eats app.

According to Penn State Eats, Cow & Cookie will serve treats from 11 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Original Story: Penn Staters will get to try a new frozen treat once the HUB’s “Cow & Cookie” stand opens later this month.

Through a partnership, the Berkey Creamery and Penn State Bakery plan to unveil “the Quake” — a new treat that will combine soft-serve ice cream with bakery treats like cookie crumbles, cheesecake pieces, brownie bites, and more. On paper, it sounds like a Creamery-branded Dairy Queen Blizzard.

James Brown, the Creamery’s sales and marketing manager, said the two departments have worked together for years and jointly sell nearly 2,500 treats every month. The Quake originated through customer input, surveying, and sampling last fall.

“Spring is the perfect time of the year to offer the Quake, this new blended dessert,” Brown said in a release. “Plus, we are seeking to build upon the menu as we gain more customer feedback at Cow & Cookie.”

The new stand, which is located near the HUB’s Sbarro

Cow & Cookie will accept orders through only the Penn State Eats mobile ordering app. The Creamery and Bakery say they’ll announce an official Cow & Cookie opening date, expected later in March, on their social media platforms.

The new stand, which is currently set up inside the HUB’s Sbarro, will bring a true Creamery experience to the HUB. Vince Raco, Penn State’s interim retail dining director, said bringing a Creamery-Bakery partnership to the HUB was an easy choice.

“The HUB is a great retail location to introduce the exclusive dessert,” he said. “With more than 14,000 daily customers weekdays seeking food and beverages, there always is a continuous demand by customers for variety and unique choices found nowhere else on or off campus.”

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