Dairy Queen brings back the Red Velvet Cake Blizzard

Patrons gather inside a Dairy Queen restaurant (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)
Patrons gather inside a Dairy Queen restaurant (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images) /

How do you know Valentine’s Day is in the air? Is it all the candy displays at the market? Is it the abundance of red heart-shaped balloons everywhere? Close but no cigar. We know because red velvet cake is making its way back onto menus everywhere, including Dairy Queen.

A week ago we reported how Steak n’ Shake was bringing back their popular Red Velvet shakes in honor of Valentine’s Day and it seemed most folks thought that was pretty good news. Well now we can also report that red velvet cakes are also making their way back to Dairy Queens everywhere, with a vengeance.

According to those romance loving foodies over at Chewboom, Dairy Queen is bringing back both their Red Velvet Cake Blizzard as well as their Red Velvet Blizzard Cupid Cake. Both will be making a limited return engagement thanks to Valentine’s Day.

The Red Velvet Cake Blizzard features pieces if red velvet cake and cream cheese icing mixed with Dairy Queen’s famous vanilla ice cream. Oh, and did we mention that it will be their February 2021 Blizzard of the Month? Well that it is.

The Red Velvet Blizzard Cupid Cake is back at Dairy Queen.

Maybe you want to get something special for desert? The Red Velvet Blizzard Cupid Cake includes a layer of vanilla ice cream topped with a layer of Red velvet Cake Blizzard with a center made up of red velvet cake pieces and cream cheese frosting. Perfect for you and your special someone.

As with all things red velvet, these two items will only be around for the month of February, and once they’re gone, they’re gone. So get your red velvet fix while you can and maybe share one with someone you care about.

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What do you think Guilty Eats Nation? Are you ready for your Red Velvet Cake Blizzard or will you be sticking with traditional chocolate, just with two spoons? Leave a comment below and let us know or join the conversation on our Twitter page.