The Dairy Queen secret menu makes an already delicious treat even better. I’m always impressed with the thickness and creaminess of the fabled Blizzard and my kids absolutely love them. So I figured it was time to uncover the popular items on their secret menu. Be aware that not all DQ employees have heard of these, so I’ve added the ingredients for each in case you need to tell them how to make the concoction. Enjoy all of these Dairy Queen blizzard flavors that’re not on the menu.
The Dairy Queen Secret Menu:
Banana Creme Pie Blizzard
Some Dairy Queen employees will know this secret menu item by name, some won’t.
So if you get a blank stare, just ask for a Vanilla Blizzard with pie pieces, sliced banana, and whipped cream.
If you love the pie…you’ll love the Blizzard.
Banana Split Blizzard
Most DQ employees will know this one by name.
But if you get a rookie employee, just order a “Banana Split Fixins swirled into a blizzard”.
Man, I love a banana split and this blizzard treat is a perfect Summer day replacement to the hot fudge.
Butter Beer Blizzard
To order the Butter Beer Blizzard ask for Butterfingers, Vanilla flavoring, and butterscotch (or caramel if there isn’t any butterscotch).
Thanks to current DQ Employee Trixy for dropping the 411 on this tasty concoction.
She HIGHLY recommends it and any Harry Potter fan would definitely get a kick out of it.
Love chocolate? Gotta try this one.
To make it happen you start with a Vanilla Blizzard and add brownie dough, Chocosauce, hot & cold fudge, and cocoa fudge.
Not done yet.
Then you add Heath bar, Reese’s, M&M’s, Oreo, Butterfingers and top it off with whip topping.
Wow, that sounds a little too rich for my blood but I’d give it a taste.
Thanks to current DQ employee Jesse for this great concoction.
Cinnamon Toast Crunch
If you’re a fan of the cereal, you’re gonna want to try this one.
Order a Snicker-doodle blizzard and have them add in pie chips.
Caramel Delight Pie
If you love caramel, check out this Blizzard.
It comes with pie pieces, choco chunks, and of course caramel syrup blended in.
It was once a limited time Blizzard, so most employees are versed in how to make it.
Choco Cherry Love
This one is also simple and sure to be a fave among cherry lovers.
It’s just a Vanilla Blizzard with chocolate chunks and cherries blended in.
Chocolate Chip Blizzard
Order this and you’ll get chocolate chips added to the regular Vanilla Blizzard.
Why this Dairy Queen secret menu item is NOT on the regular menu is a complete mystery to me.
Choco Covered Strawberry
If you love chocolate and the taste of a strawberry milkshake, you’ll love this one.
It’s simply a Vanilla Blizzard with chocolate cone dip and strawberries blended in.
Another blizzard flavor not on menu is the “Coffee Blizzard”.
If you’re a fan of a coffee milkshake (kinda like a Starbucks Frappuccino), ask to have coffee syrup added to any Blizzard.
The “coffee blizzard” is the result and it’s a treat sure to excite any coffee connoisseur.
Cookie Jar Blizzard
Ask for for an Oreo Blizzard then get cookie dough mixed into it.
Sounds amazing, thanks to a RBS commenter for the tip.
Frozen Hot Chocolate
This consists of a Misty base, cocoa fudge and ice cream blended together then topped with some whipped cream.
Think of it like a chocolate freeze or even a Fudgsicle.
This DQ secret menu item is terrific treat for a hot summer day.
Georgia Mud Fudge
This “chocolate lover” Blizzard is made up of brownie pieces, cocoa fudge and pecans.
Thanks to DQ employee Maddy for the tip, it sounds amazing!
Apparently this Blizzard treat used to exist on the menu so many employees are still familiar with it.
Bring home the flavor of the islands and order a Hawaiian Blizzard.
This delicious concoction consists of coconut, banana, pineapple and sounds amazing.
This one is pretty simple.
If you’re a fan of marshmallow, simply ask for marshmallow creme on top of any frozen dessert that Dairy Queen offers.
Guessing you can easily make some type of “S’Mores treat” with a little imagination.
Mocha Heath Treat
This is my favorite Dairy Queen secret menu item.
Order a Vanilla Blizzard and add coffee syrup, chocolate syrup, and Heath bar.
Blend it all up and the result is pure magic.
Ooey Gooey Caramel Brownie
Another limited edition Blizzard that you can still order from the “secret menu”.
It’s a Blizzard with caramel sauce, choco chunks, and a brownie blended in.
Sounds amazing. Just make sure you run a mile on the treadmill before you put one in your gullet.
Oreo Brownie Sugar Rush
This one is fairly self-explanatory.
It’s just a blizzard with Oreo, brownie, and hot fudge blended in.
Throw some marshmallow creme on top and you got your MEGA sugar rush.
This one sounds really yummy.
Simply order an Oreo Blizzard and ask them to blend cheesecake into it.
Thanks to DQ employee Sierra for this one.
It’s her favorite and consists of 1 pump of peanut butter, strawberry toppings and pie chips.
Mix it up and ask for harvest berry instead of the strawberry.
Peanut Butter Crunch
Did you know you can get whole peanuts added to any Dairy Queen item?
Not many people do.
Throw some hot fudge and peanuts on top of anything and you’ll get a crunchy treat that’ll soon be your go-to DQ treat.
The PB Crunch Blizzard consists of peanut butter sauce and crunch pieces (not actual peanuts).
This was created by Ray, a DQ employee so you might have to order it by ingredients.
You simply ask for a Twix Blizzard and add chocolate cone dip and coconut.
Great way to satisfy your Girl Scout “Samoa cookie” cravings.
Order this DQ secret menu favorite and be immediately transported to the islands.
It’s a Blizzard with banana, coconut, pineapple, and guava blended in.
The guava is not needed to make this one magical if you’re on the fence about it. Apparently this treat is called the Hawaiian Blizzard when the guava is excluded.
Ask the Reader: Any Dairy Queen secret menu items that I missed? Let me know and I’ll sacrifice my waistline to give it a try.
Also, if you’re a current or former Dairy Queen employee I’d LOVE to hear from you.
Let me know in the comments of any items I’m missing, or feel free to correct the information I do have. I’m all about “getting it right”, so please leave a comment!
By Kyle James
Photo credit to Mike Mozart.