The Red Velvet Cake Blizzard Treat and Red Velvet Cake Blizzard Cupid Cake are available starting Jan. 29
Love is in the air at Dairy Queen.
DQ announced that it will be bringing back its Red Velvet Cake Blizzard Treat and Red Velvet Cake Blizzard Cupid Cake — two red and pink-themed desserts — for Valentine’s Day starting on Jan. 29.
DQ’s Red Velvet Cake Blizzard features red velvet cake pieces, cream cheese icing topped off with the company’s soft serve which seeks to bring a “luxurious and velvety smooth experience” to customers celebrating the season of love.
The Cupid Cake is a trendy, heart-shaped cake with a base layer of DQ’s vanilla soft serve, a center of red velvet cake pieces and cream cheese icing. It's topped with a layer of Red Velvet Cake Blizzard.
The cake is "perfectly sized for two" so you can share with your significant other.
Dairy Queen has another treat geared towards couples. Recently, a wedding planner on TikTok shared the little-known fact that some branches of Dairy Queen offer a Blizzard bar for weddings as part of their catering services.
Couples taking the next big step in their relationship can get a basic package that includes the fast food chain's staff coming to their wedding with the ice cream, the Blizzard machine, four to five of pre-selected toppings, plus the spoons, napkins and varying sizes of cups that guests need to enjoy their ice cream.
A representative for Dairy Queen told PEOPLE in a statement that the chain is happy to provide the iconic treat to newlyweds and their loved ones on their wedding days.
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"Dairy Queen is the ultimate way to make a special occasion even sweeter. In fact, we’ve seen a lot of Blizzard Treats served at weddings over the years. Through pre-arranged orders and delivery, our fans have a way to get their favorite DQ treats on their special day. While DQ soft serve machines are not typically mobile, our fans have a way to get their favorite DQ treats on their special day through pre-arranged orders and delivery," a DQ spokesperson said.
While prices vary, some clients have paid a $150 delivery fee, a staffing fee and then the individual Blizzards range from $4.50-$6.50 depending on the cup sizes.
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