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FoodDairy Queen Dropped Two Brand-New Fall Blizzards Including A Heath Caramel Brownie Flavor

22:05  26 august  2019
22:05  26 august  2019 Source:   delish.com

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Dairy Queen Dropped Two Brand - New Fall Blizzards Including A Heath Caramel Brownie Flavor . The other new option is a Heath Caramel Brownie Blizzard , which is exactly as decadent as it sounds. DQ took vanilla soft serve and swirled it with Heath bar pieces, brownie pieces, and

Dairy Queen welcomes the new , limited-time Heath Caramel Brownie Blizzard as the Blizzard of the Month for January 2020. The new Blizzard features Heath candy bars pieces, brownie pieces, and caramel mixed into vanilla soft serve. It's doesn't require any new or limited-time ingredients so

You may have already heard that Dairy Queen brought back its famed Pumpkin Pie Blizzard for the fall, but if that wasn't exciting enough, the chain just announced even more fall Blizzards to choose from.

Dairy Queen Dropped Two Brand-New Fall Blizzards Including A Heath Caramel Brownie Flavor© Dairy Queen Dairy Queen is releasing fall flavors Heath Caramel Brownie And Berry Pie Blizzards alongside its Pumpkin Pie Blizzards.

Yes, all you pumpkin spice haters can rejoice because you'll have plenty of options for fall flavors on your next DQ run, available now. First up are two new fall flavors this year: Harvest Berry Pie, which is vanilla soft serve swirled with raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, and pie pieces. A perfect option if you still want pie, but not, ya know, pumpkin pie.

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To celebrate the launch of Dairy Queen 's new Fall Blizzard Treat menu, the ice cream chain launched a free limited edition collection of Not only has the fast food chain released its new fall Blizzard Treat menu, which includes two new flavors and three returning favorites, but it also dropped a collection

DQ 's fall Blizzard menu is out now and it features two brand new flavors : Harvest Berry Pie and Heath Caramel Brownie ! I'm not sure if a "Harvest Berry Pie"

The other new option is a Heath Caramel Brownie Blizzard, which is exactly as decadent as it sounds. DQ took vanilla soft serve and swirled it with Heath bar pieces, brownie pieces, and caramel.

Some old favorites are also coming back alongside the Pumpkin Pie Blizzard. The Snickerdoodle Cookie Dough Blizzard, which is vanilla soft serve swirled with cookie pieces and cinnamon, and the Snickers Blizzard, AKA Snickers pieces, chocolate, and vanilla ice cream, will both be returning to menus thanks to fan demand. Good job, guys!

If you, too, get that sad feeling when you finish a Blizzard (I always want more!) DQ has made a way for you to keep that Blizzard feeling around all the time. For a limited time, they're giving out free candle sets inspired by these fall Blizzards. That means you can make your house smell like berry pie, pumpkin pie, or Snickers all day every day. Seems like a pretty sweet deal to me.

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