Say Hello To Dairy Queen’s Reese’s Brownie Blizzard (Videos)

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By Cooking Panda

Dairy Queen killed it this summer with their outstanding Blizzards of the Month, and autumn is proving to be no different.

During the month of October, the ice cream chain will be serving up Royal Reese’s Brownie Blizzards, so grab your sweet tooth and get ready for a serious dose of chocolate-peanut butter perfection.

The best part? There’s an extra surprise nestled in the ice cream’s core.

“There’s something hiding inside the new Royal Reese’s Brownie BLIZZARD of the Month,” DQ wrote in a Facebook post. “Dig into a center of peanut butter surrounded by Reese’s cups and brownie pieces blended in world-famous vanilla soft serve. … Fans, this is not a trick. There is EVEN MORE peanut butter inside the NEW Royal Reese’s Brownie BLIZZARD of the Month.”

The company went on to say that the dessert should be served upside down. If not, the next one is free at participating locations.

Brand Eating notes that there are 850 calories in a small size, with 41 grams of fat, 562 milligrams of sodium, 105 grams of carbohydrates and 19 grams of protein — but hey, you weren’t planning on downing one of these for your health, were you?

Also headed to a DQ near you is the Honey BBQ Glazed Chicken Strip Basket, which has been around before but is coming back for a short time. With honey barbeque sauce-coated crispy chicken strips, fries, Texas Toast and ranch dip, these are sure to be a crowd pleaser.

“Our chicken strips are not ordinary,” Barry Westrum, executive vice president of marketing for American Dairy Queen Corporation, said in a statement when the chicken strips debuted in January, according to Meat and Poultry. “We hear over and over that we have the best chicken strips anywhere. Now we’ve added this incredible new flavor profile that is sure to be a huge hit with our fans. Nothing we do is ordinary.”

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Sources: Brand Eating, Meat and Poultry / Featured Image: m01229/Flickr

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