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Dairy Queen Unveils Sour Patch Kids Blizzard

With the summer temperatures breaking records across the country, more and more people are indulging in their favorite desserts like ice cream. Dairy Queen is a well-known ice cream restaurant in the United States, which specializes in ice cream milkshakes called Blizzards, which include all types of ice cream flavors and toppings.

In addition to popular flavors like chocolate, vanilla, strawberry, Oreo and many more, the ice cream chain introduces new Blizzard flavors each month. These limited edition Blizzards tend to follow food trends, commemerate special occasions and combine outrageous flavors together. This month’s new Blizzard flavor is a kid-friendly concoction with a sugary sweetness.

A new month means a new Dairy Queen blizzard flavor. And this July, the new flavor is the Sour Patch Kids Blizzard, which will be available in all sizes and at all participating locations. The new concoction has a raspberry flavored soft serve base. The dessert is sprinkled with bits of different Sour Patch Kids throughout, so it looks a bit like a rainbow in a cup.

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In addition to Sour Patch Kids, the well-known ice cream chain has a number of other limited edition Blizzard flavors. Some other choices that customers can expect are Oreo Cookie Jar, Brownie Dough, Summer Berry Cheesecake, Caramel Cannonball, S’mores, and Cotton Candy Blizzards. A retail price for this new Blizzard has not been announced.

The ingredients of this new blizzard are artificially flavored vanilla reduced fat ice cream, milkfat and nonfat milk, sugar, corn syrup, whey, mono and diglycerides, artificial flavor, guar gum, polysorbate 80, caraageenan, vitamin a palmitate, sour patch raspberry variegate, powdered sugar, soybean oil, sugar, citric acid, coconut oil, red 40 lake, natural and artificial flavor, mono and diglyceride, soy lecithin, sour patch kits bits, sugar, invert sugar, corn syrup, modified corn starch, tartaric acid, citric acid, natural and artificial flavor, yellow 6, red 40, yellow 5,  and blue 1.

Source: foodandwine.com