Summer’s ICEE Guide: Auntie Anne’s Pretzels

Auntie Anne’s Pretzels is a soft-pretzel chain (duh) that offers up the standard soft pretzels (garlic parmesan is my fav), pretzel-covered hot dogs, pretzel bites, and yummy dipping sauces for it all.  And while Auntie Anne’s boasts their lemonade and lemonade “freeze” things, some locations like our local kiosk in Post Oak offer something even better: ICEE!

Summer's ICEE Guide: Auntie Anne's Pretzels

The ICEE machine at Auntie Anne’s Pretzels in Post Oak Mall


Post Oak Mall (Kiosk 12), 1500 Harvey Rd, College Station (map)

Sizes & Costs

Auntie Anne’s offers up two sizes of ICEE, regular and large.  From the size of the cup, regular is basically medium.  They are cheaper than the other mall ICEE dealer, but still $1 more than the usual prices one would expect to pay.

Medium $2.59
Large $2.89


Auntie Anne’s has a two flavor machine and seems to regularly change out their flavors, though I don’t go to the mall often enough to pin down what the rotation schedule might be.

When I went in July 2016, they had watermelon and Dr. Pepper.  I’m pretty sure I’ve seen Coke and pink lemonade there before, and their website seems to indicate they also have Coke, Wild Cherry, and Blue Raspberry at times.


I have gotten an ICEE from Auntie Anne’s once, maybe twice.  Both times it was good, but I can’t fully remember the consistency.  Whenever I have gone there for pretzels, the machine appeared to be in good working order, so I presume they are good quality ICEEs.

Auntie Anne’s uses its own branded cups (but ICEE straws).  The cups seem fairly consistent in size to the regular ICEE fair though so you won’t leave feeling shorted if you do get one.