If we all screamed at once for ice cream, the resulting sonic boom would destroy the sun, turning the entire solar system into a freezer in which we could store more ice cream. Warm up your shoutin' muscles with today's Groupon to Dairy Queen. Choose between the following options:
- For $2, you get a medium Blizzard with up to two toppings (up to a $4.38 value) at the 1725 SE 29th Street location.
- For $2, you get a medium Blizzard with up to two toppings (up to a $4.38 value) at the 2026 NW Topeka Boulevard location.
- For $2, you get a medium Blizzard with up to two toppings (up to a $4.38 value) at the 1700 SW Medford Avenue location.
- For $11, you get an ice-cream cake or Blizzard cake (up to a $20.95 value) at any of the three aforementioned locations.
Additional toppings are $0.69 each.
Since their debut in 1985, Dairy Queen's signature Blizzards and subsequent Blizzard and ice-cream cakes have treated taste buds to creamy layers of soft-serve amalgamated with myriad mix-ins. Chunks of Heath bars, Butterfingers, and Snickers tumble into tubs of vanilla or chocolate soft-serve in Candy Cravers Blizzards, and Fruit Fans Blizzards envelop cherries in the Choco Cherry Love or strawberries in the Strawberry CheeseQuake. In lieu of wearing cocoa-lined retainers, chocolate lovers can indulge their cravings with Chocoholic Blizzards such as the George Mud Fudge or the Chocolate Xtreme, which both boast brownie hunks swirling in a haze of sweet substance.
More brownie and drizzles of caramel top the vanilla, fudge, and chocolate foundation of the Ooey Gooey Caramel Brownie Blizzard cake, and portions of Reese's Peanut Butter Cup decorate the dome of the Reese's Peanut Butter Cup Blizzard cake. Fashioning the template for Blizzard cakes, DQ Round Cakes sandwich vanilla and chocolate soft-serve with a mediating layer of fudge in between and blankets of icing, coalescing into an ideal treat for anniversaries, retirements, or dragon-hatching parties.