Dairy Queen’s Snickerdoodle Blizzard Is Back for November!

November's Blizzard of the Month? SNICKERDOODLE.

We’re crazy about fall’s seasonal flavors, like apple cider and pumpkin spice. Today, snickerdoodle is officially joining that list! On a chilly day, warm and cinnamony snickerdoodle cookies fresh out of the oven are exactly what we need to get cozy. Dairy Queen is bringing this iconic cookie back to their menu in the form of a Snickerdoodle Blizzard.

It’s the Blizzard of the Month for November, and we think this sweet treat definitely deserves the extra attention.

Snickerdoodle Lovers, This One’s for You

Even in freezing weather, it’s somehow hard to resist a thick, creamy Blizzard. The Snickerdoodle Cookie Dough Blizzard combines festive and comforting holiday vibes with DQ’s most well-known treat. It has a sweet vanilla soft serve base and is filled with bites of snickerdoodle cookie dough. To make this treat even sweeter, the Blizzard has extra cinnamon sugar blended in with the ice cream. So good!

Psst: If you love this combo of ice cream and cinnamon cookies, try a mini snickerdoodle ice cream sandwich.

Does DQ Have Any Other Holiday Blizzards?

The Snickerdoodle Blizzard has been out for a few months, but now, the spotlight is on this treat since it’s the Blizzard of the Month. It’s a limited edition flavor and comes in four sizes: mini, small, medium and large. Dairy Queen’s menu has other seasonal Blizzards, too. For example, there’s a Harvest Berry Pie Blizzard right now, and it features fresh berries with vanilla ice cream.

In December, we hope Dairy Queen brings back its festive Candy Cane Chill Blizzard. For now, though, we’ll be heading to DQ to pick up the Snickerdoodle Cookie Dough Blizzard before it goes out of season.

Craving DQ right now? You can bring the store to your kitchen with a Dairy Queen copycat recipe, whether it’s recreating a juicy DQ burger or a classic S’mores Blizzard.

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