Pumpkin spice season has already kicked off this August, and quick-service chains are capitalizing on the ubiquitous fall flavors. But just because colder temperatures are soon upon us doesn't mean ice cream is off the table. Au contraire—the ice cream chains want in on the fun, too!
To celebrate the impending season, Dairy Queen just launched its fall Blizzard menu, which features three brand new flavors and three returning favorites.
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The first new item on the menu is the Cinnamon Roll Centers Blizzard, which marries the elements of the beloved breakfast treat with Dairy Queen's classic flavors. Made with the chain's vanilla soft serve, the fall-themed Blizzard is blended with soft cinnamon roll pieces and sprinkled with a brown butter topping.
Then, there's the Reese's Take 5 Blizzard, which includes vanilla soft serve, Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, peanuts, pretzels, and a caramel topping. The Snickers Brownie Blizzard is also packed with sweet add-ins, featuring vanilla soft serve, Snickers and brownie pieces, and a caramel topping.
The remaining three Blizzards are oldies but goodies. The Pumpkin Pie Blizzard pays tribute to the classic fall dessert by combining vanilla soft serve with pumpkin pie pieces. It's then finished with a whipped topping and a sprinkle of nutmeg. The Oreo Hot Cocoa Blizzard elevates the traditional cold weather beverage by blending together vanilla soft serve, Oreo cookie pieces, and cocoa fudge before being capped with whipped topping.
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And finally, rounding out the lineup of frosty treats is the Very Cherry Chip Blizzard, which is made with vanilla soft serve and chocolate and cherry chunks.
The fall Blizzards are limited-time menu items so be sure to head over to the soft serve giant to get your frozen dessert fix.
The release of Dairy Queen's fall menu also coincides with the debut of the chain's throw pillow collection, which is available in two sets of three pillows inspired by—and scented as—the new Fall Blizzard Treat menu.