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Dairy Queen’s new Mini Blizzard Treat Flights let you try 3 flavors at once

Steven Adams
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Dairy Queen is offering three-cup flights of Mini Blizzard Treats.

If picking a Blizzard flavor is too much of a commitment, Dairy Queen has a sweet solution.

The Mini Blizzard Treat Flights combine three different flavors of the blended ice cream treats in a handy tray.

The flights are available only for the month of May but these six flavors are available all summer, according to a press release:

Caramel Cannonball: The Caramel Cannonball Blizzard Treat is made with sweet caramel coated truffles, crunchy toffee pieces and caramel topping.

Oreo Cookie Jar: Features Oreo cookie pieces, chocolate chip cookie dough and fudge.

Brownie Dough: This new creation includes brownie dough pieces, choco chunks and cocoa fudge.

S’mores: A cool twist on a campfire favorite, the returning S’mores Blizzard Treat includes a delectable blend of marshmallow filled chocolates and graham.

Cotton Candy: DQ is bringing back the flavor inspired by the classic fair food, with pink and blue sprinkles layered through soft-serve.

Summer Berry Cheesecake: This returning favorite features a blend of raspberries, blackberries, blueberries with cheesecake pieces.

Steven Adams is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Steven at 412-380-5645 or [email protected].

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