Dairy Queen Oreo Blizzard is a classic ice cream treat that has been around for years. The combination of soft-serve vanilla ice cream and Oreos is a match made in heaven. You can recreate this ice cream treat at home.
Over 100 million Blizzards Sold
This ice cream treat was first created in 1985. Other chains have tried to put their own spin on this frosty treat, but it was the DQ that first originated this sublime dessert. These soft-serve ice cream treats are so thick that they are turned upside down just to show you how thick your Blizzard is! Favorite flavors are Reeses Pieces, Butterfinger, Oreo, Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, and M&M’s.
What goes in a Blizzard?
You are going to find lots of different ingredients in a Blizzard. When I worked at a local Dairy Queen in Texas when I was in high school we offered about 30 different blizzards. Blizzards are combinations of Sundae toppings and candies, and so much more. The possibilities are endless!! One thing that should not go into a Blizzard is any milk. This confection is ice cream and toppings only!
Variations on Blizzards
- Chocolate Chip Blizzard – Add two tablespoons Magic Shell Ice Cream Topping
- M&M Blizzard – Add two tablespoons of M&M’s and a teaspoon or two of chocolate syrup
- Butterfinger – Add two tablespoons of Butterfinger, and 1/2 a tablespoon of hot fudge
Love the DQ? Enjoy these Dairy Queen copycat recipes
- The Dude – A chicken fried steak sandwich
- 3 cups vanilla ice cream softened
- 6 Oreo cookies crushed
Allow the ice cream to soften at room temperature until it just begins to melt.
Place ice cream into a blender, and puree until it becomes "liquified". Add half of the oreo cookies, and pulse once or twice.
Pour ice cream into a glass, and sprinkle the remaining cookie crumbs on the top of the Blizzard.
Dairy Queen Oreo Cookie Blizzard
Make your own homemade Dairy Queen Oreo Cookie Blizzard at home.
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