Dairy Queen Blizzard® Prices and Flavors

Jill Caren

Dairy Queen Blizzards are a family favorite. Learn more about these versatile sweet treats.

Categories Desserts

Dairy Queen is an all American restaurant most well known for their ice cream. The Blizzard is an iconic wonder that fills all the senses with sweet scents of chocolate and flavors that will make your taste buds dance.

The Blizzard is so popular that Dairy Queen even made a fan club for it! Signing up is a great way to get special offers and be the first to know new flavors.

Dairy Queen Blizzard Prices

Pricing for Blizzards vary by location but range from $4-$8 in most areas.

I live in Central, New Jersey and here are the prices for a Snicker’s Blizzard:

  • Mini – $5.79
  • Small – $6.59
  • Medium – $7.39
  • Large – $7.99

Prices can also be affected by the flavors and mix-ins you ask for. You can add additional toppings for roughly .50 to .99 cents per topping.

Dairy Queen Blizzard Flavors

There are many Dairy Queen Blizzard flavors to choose from. Finding one you like shouldn’t be too difficult!

You can choose a standard Blizzard the way it is, or make your own. Choose your soft-serve flavor and the mix-ins you want to make your own perfect blend.

From traditional toppings to popular chocolates and candies, the choice is yours.

Dairy Queen Royal Blizzard

Royal Blizzards

Dairy Queen Royal Blizzards feature soft serve and mix-ins. What makes them different is the addition of a decadent center. Flavors include:

  • New York Cheesecake feature pieces of cheesecake blended with graham crackers and soft serve with a strawberry center.
  • REESE’s Fluffernutter features REESE’s cups blended with soft serve, topped with peanut butter and a creamy marshmallow center.

These change throughout the year, so grab then when you can!

Seasonal Flavors

Dairy Queen is always testing out new Blizzard flavors. They also have a variety of blends that are released throughout the year. Some are just for the holidays – others are summer or fall blends, but they are all pretty amazing. A few seasonal fan favorites include:

  • Frosted Sugar Cookie
  • Candy Cane
  • Pumpkin Pie
  • Snickerdoodle
  • Choco Dipped Strawberry
  • Cotton Candy

Candy Classic Flavors

Candy classic creations feature a traditional Blizzard with the most popular candies as mix-ins. Flavors include:

  • Oreo Cookies
  • M&Ms
  • Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups
  • Butterfinger
  • Heath
  • Snickers


Dairy Queen Blizzard Cakes

Another option for Blizzard lovers is a cake. Many Dairy Queen locations offer Blizzard cakes in 8″ or 10″ round sizes. Flavor options may vary based on location, but in New Jersey I found:

  • Chocolate Brownie Extreme
  • Oreo Blizzard
  • Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup
  • Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough

In Los Angeles and Miami areas I also found a New York Strawberry Cheesecake version.

Pricing varies around the country as well. Blizzard cake pricing is as follows:

  • Los Angeles, CA: 8″ round is $37.99 / 10″ round is $41.99
  • Union, NJ: 8″ round is $41.99 / 10″ round is $49.99
  • Miami, FL: 8″ round is $29.99 / 10″ round is $34.99
  • Shelbyville, TN: 8″ round is $29.99 / 10″ round is $33.99
  • Chicago, IL: 8″ round is $39.99 / 10″ round is $45.99

Some locations may also have a sheet cake option.

DQ Blizzard of the Month

A fantastic monthly special, DQ’s Blizzard of the Month ensures there is always a great seasonal treat available for each month of the year! These feature some of the most inventive DQ Blizzard flavors around, and you never know what new creation could be on the horizon! Dairy Queen also offers cakes, ice creams, and smoothies that you will surely love.

Check the Dairy Queens website or your local restaurant to find out about the DQ Blizzard of the Month!

There are times when we crave cold, sweet treats to quench our thirst or just to munch something delicious in our mouths. Here on our website, we give you different choices of stores that offer yummy cakes, ice creams, and sweet delights with detailed prices, locations, and corresponding menus. Check it out for yourself. Or you may just directly want to look for Dib’s Ice Cream.