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DQ Blizzard Maker

Nov 14, 2010

Ice cream addicts rejoice! The DQ Blizzard Maker is here – just in time for holiday cheer! No more running to Dairy Queen to feed your Blizzard fix – now you can use this machine to make your very own DQ-style Blizzards at home!


What You Do

The first thing you gotta do is put the Blizzard maker together – it’s pretty easy. Then, fill the outer canister with crushed ice sprinkled with some salt. Next, mix half and half cream with one of the ice cream dessert mix packs and put that mixture into the middle canister. Put the top on the machine and start mixing (for 10-15 minutes). When your Blizzard’s done, you can sprinkle the candy that it comes with on top or get creative and use your own toppings!


What You Get

Besides delicious ice cream Blizzards you make yourself, the DQ Blizzard Maker comes with:

  • Blizzard machine
  • Three ice cream dessert mix packs
  • Three candy topping packs
  • Blizzard cups and spoons
  • Idea/recipe book
  • Ice cream pour-y thing-y

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