Thursday, October 28th is Miracle Treat Day at Dairy Queen nationwide.  A portion of sales from every Blizzard sold on Miracle Treat Day goes to the Children's Miracle Network.

Here is a great reason to treat yourself to a delicious Dairy Queen Blizzard.  Money raised here in North Dakota goes to the Sanford Children's Hospital in Fargo.  So you are helping children here in North Dakota.  If you ever needed a good reason to cheat on your diet or have a blizzard for lunch or supper or both...do it on Thursday, October 28th.

Most Dairy Queens will donate $1 from every blizzard sold.  The Mandan Dairy Queen does a bit more.  Mandan Dairy Queen will donate $2 from every blizzard sold on Miracle Treat Day.    Are you craving one yet?

And if you are wondering what the blizzard flavors are...here are just a few of the delicious ice cream creations.

Oreo, Cookie Dough, Reese, Turtle Pecan Cluster, Heath, M & M, my favorite is Chocolate Extreme, some of the fall flavors are Pumpkin Pie, Pecan Pie, Sea Salt Toffee Fudge, Chocolate Dipped Strawberry, and you can get Royal Blizzards too.  Royal New York Cheesecake and Royal Ultimate Chocolate Brownie are served with extra topping inside.

 

And with 4 different sizes, you are sure to find a blizzard just right for you.  Blizzards are served in Mini, Small, Medium, or Large.

Let's make a Chocolate Extreme Blizzard.  Start with Dairy Queen vanilla soft serve, then add the good stuff, I want a medium so add 3 scoops of brownie pieces, 3 scoops of chocolate chunks, a pump, and a half of cocoa fudge topping and blend.  It's deliciousness in a cup!

So treat yourself and help a child at the same time!  Buy a blizzard, or 4, (put them in the freezer for future snacking) treat yourself, your coworkers, your family, or your favorite DJ!

Buy a Blizzard for Miracle Treat Day, Thursday, October 28th.

 

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