Dairy Queen Gluten-Free Menu Prices

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Are you a fan of sweet treats but your celiac disease or gluten allergy have always stopped you from tasting those delicious sweet treats?

If yes, then I might have a solution to your problem. As you can guess from the title, I will tell you the Dairy Queen Gluten-Free menu of 2020. Dairy Queen is famous and named for their delicious ice cream and desserts, and there is a good amount of options here if you’re looking to satisfy your gluten-free sweet tooth.

But before knowing that, let’s check out some history of Dairy Queen.

Dairy Queen (sometimes referred to as DQ) is an American based ice cream serving and fast-food chain that was founded by the father-son duo of John Freemont McCullough and Alex McCullough who partnered with Sherb Noble. The first store of Dairy Queen was opened in Kankakee, Illinois on August 4, 1938.

John Freemont McCullough and Alex McCullough invented a formula for soft-serve ice cream and then they convinced Sherb Noble to sell those soft-serve ice cream in his ice cream shop. And the ice cream was a huge hit. Noble sold 1600 servings in the first two hours only.

After seeing this huge success, John Freemont McCullough, Alex McCullough, and Sherb Noble decided to open an entirely new store for it. And they named it Dairy Queen. The Dairy Queen menu is best known for serving tasty desserts all over the world.

Dairy Queen Gluten-Free Prices

Dairy Queen Gluten-Free menu

Dairy Queen Gluten-Free menu includes a variety of Patties, Blizzards, Soft Serve Ice Creams, Bars, Ice Cream Sundaes, Shakes, Soft Drink, and many more items.

But one thing that is clear that the Dairy Queen Gluten Free menu includes a large variety of sweet treats, but doesn’t have a ton of options when it comes to eating a fully gluten-free meal. There are only four food options available and those four are also patties because their buns are not gluten-free.

In the case of Blizzards, do request the staff member to clean the blizzard machine first before getting you your flavor because the mixer is used for all flavors so there is a chance of cross-contamination.

The Dairy Queen Gluten-Free menu prices are also very affordable as you can nourish your sweet-tooth here for around $5. So without waiting more, let’s check out the latest Dairy Queen Gluten-Free menu prices of 2020.

Food

Grilled Chicken Patty N/A
Hamburger pattyN/A
Grill Burger pattyN/A
Hot dog frankN/A

Note- Make sure to order patties without buns.

Blizzards

Blizzard Treat (Mini)$2.89
Blizzard Treat (Small)$3.69
Blizzard Treat (Medium)$4.09
Blizzard Treat (Large)$4.59
Blizzard Treat (Cone)$3.89
Add Extra Stuff$0.69

Flavors include Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup, Butterfinger, Heath, M&M’s, Banana Split, Hawaiian, and Tropical.

Soft Serve

Soft Serve (Small)$1.99
Soft Serve (Medium)$2.39
Soft Serve (Large) $2.69

Flavors include Vanilla and Chocolate.

Bars

Fudge bars$1.99
Orange bars$1.49
Dilly bars$1.49
Buster Bar treats$1.99
Starkiss bars$1.49

Sundaes

Sundae (Small)$2.69
Sundae (Medium)$2.99
Sundae (Large)$3.20

Flavors include Chocolate, Caramel, Hot fudge, Marshmellow & Strawberry.

Slushies

Arctic Rush (Small)$1.59
Arctic Rush (Medium)$1.89
Arctic Rush (Large)$2.19

Flavors include Cherry, Grape, Lemon Lime, Blue Raspberry, or Strawberry Kiwi.

Shakes & Malts

Shake (Mini)$2.99
Shake (Small)$3.29
Shake (Medium)$3.89
Shake (Large)$4.59

Flavors include Chocolate, Vanilla, Strawberry, Hot Fudge, Caramel, Banana, or Peanut Butter.

MooLatte

MooLatte (Small)$3.39
MooLatte (Medium)$3.89
MooLatte (Large)$4.49

Flavors include Mocha, Caramel, or Vanilla.

Soft Drinks

Soft Drink (Small)$1.59
Soft Drink (Medium)$1.79
Soft Drink (Large)$1.99

Dairy Queen Nutrition and Allergen Information

Nutrition & Allergen Informationdairyqueen.com/ca-en/Company/Nutrition/Food-Treats/

To check the nutritional and allergen guide of Dairy Queen, you can visit the link mentioned above.

How to order Gluten-Free at Dairy Queen

Many of you might be wondering how we can order Gluten-Free food from the Dairy Queen menu?

Firstly I want to clarify one thing that you’ll not find a different menu in Dairy Queen that says Dairy Queen menu. You have to order Gluten-Free products from their regular menu. If you’ve read this article carefully, then you must have known that what items in the Dairy Queen menu are Gluten-Free.

But if you are still confused, then you can just visit Dairy Queen and ask for help from the staff in categorizing Gluten-Free and Gluten products from their menu. Their staff is really friendly and supporting, they’ll surely help you.

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