After nearly 4 years and a lot of requests, Dairy Queen is finally bringing back its popular Snickers Blizzard at participating locations nationwide.
The Fast Food Post has learned that Dairy Queen will launch the fan-favorite treat as August 2019’s Blizzard of the Month, and it’s going to make a lot of people happy.
Fans have been asking for its return since they took it off the menu back in 2016, with many even signing a petition urging the chain to reconsider.
The Snickers Blizzard features a blend of chopped Snickers and chocolate topping with creamy vanilla soft serve.
August will also see the launch of a new Peanut Butter Pie made with Snickers.
The Peanut Butter Pie made with Snickers features a Graham base, peanut butter topping, and chopped Snickers blended with creamy vanilla soft serve.
The chain is also adding new menu items at select locations for a limited time only. The new releases include the Zero Gravity Blizzard and the Sour Patch Kids Blizzard.
The Zero Gravity Blizzard, which is being launched to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 space mission, will be available for three days only starting on June 24, at participating locations in Austintown, Boardman, Canfield, Columbiana, and Cornersburg.
The Zero Gravity Blizzard features a blue glitter base, cotton candy topping, and Oreo pieces blended with creamy vanilla soft serve, garnished with blue glitter base, black glitter base, and galaxy sprinkles.
According to Dairy Queen, the Zero Gravity Blizzard will have a special price point and it will only be available while supplies last.
Dairy Queen’s new Sour Patch Kids Blizzard features Sour Patch Kids variegate and Sour Patch Kids Bitz blended with creamy vanilla soft serve.
Dairy Queen Snickers Blizzard (Small) Nutrition Facts
- 610 calories
- 189 calories from fat
- 21 grams of fat
- 11 grams of saturated fat
- 260 milligrams of sodium
- 92 grams of carbs
- 78 grams of sugar
- 14 grams of protein
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