Over the years, Carvel has created character cakes that are not only delicious but have
captured our guests' imaginations. Cookie Puss, Fudgie the Whale and Hug Me The Bear have become a tradition for many fans, who wouldn’t have a celebration without them.
Fudgie The Whale®
Born in 1977
FUDGIE THE WHALE
A Whale Of A Cake, SECRET SANTA
June 1, 1977
The Fudge Sea
Jimmy Fallon and Kelly Ripa
Fudgie the Whale is now over 40, but most people say he still has the energy of a fudge whale half his age. He is Carvel’s most popular cake and spokeswhale. His responsibilities at the office include leading The Fudgie Fanatics, celebrating events, birthdays and, of course, Father’s Day and all whale and aquamarine relations. During the Christmas season, the world’s most famous fudge whale also plays Santa at thousands of parties around Carvel’s many regions.
Fudgie The Whale Through The Years
As with any artist, the iconic Fudgie has grown and changed over the years
Fudgie is born on June 1st
Fudgie appears in his first commercial
Fudgie works the crowds at Mets and Yankees games
Homer Simpson gets Marge a “To a Whale of a Wife” Fudgie for his wedding cake
Fudgie becomes the official spokeswhale of Carvel®
On “The Office,” Andy requests a Fudgie the Whale® Cake
On the FX show Archer, Sterling Archer refers to Fudgie the Whale®
Fudgie turns 40.
Fudgie the Beer is released as a limited-time partnership with Captain Lawrence Brewery.
Cookie Puss®Born in 1972
CELESTIAL PERSON - C.P.
September 23, 1972
ALL OF THEM
Cookie Puss® has a long, storied history with Carvel®. Cookie Puss® was born on the Planet Birthday and came to Earth to spread birthday cheer. Old television commercials show Cookie Puss® flying through space in his saucer-shaped UFO. The television advertisements speak of him being an alien but very friendly. Even with all the tabloid reports, it is possible that Mr. Puss was developed by Carvel® to look like Carvel’s founder Tom Carvel.
Hug Me The Bear® CakeBorn in 1985-ish but it's hard to tell with bears
HUG ME THE BEAR® CAKE
1985-ish, BUT IT'S HARD TO TELL WITH BEARS
TOM CARVEL'S IMAGINATION
ALL OF THEM
Carvel’s Hug Me Bear® is shrouded in mystery. Nobody knows exactly where he came from or how he came to join Carvel’s cakes. Some believe he was a teddy bear that was left in a Carvel® freezer and magically turned into an ice cream cake. Others claim he is a rare breed from deep in the forests of New York state, where the bears are known for their crunchy coat, their clothing and their amazing taste.
Fun for kids
Fun For Kids
We make it just as easy to color our iconic characters as we do to customize the actual
cakes. Print out these coloring pages for a fun art project.
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