Dairy Queens Zero Gravity Blizzard Celebrates American Moon Landing

first_img Dairy Queen (DQ) is celebrating the Apollo 11 mission upside down: The soft serve ice cream chain just unveiled its new “Zero Gravity Blizzard,” a cosmic-inspired frozen dessert that looks like a creamy galaxy.The DQ Zero Gravity Blizzard Treat, which honors the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing, brings together Oreo cookie pieces, shimmery swirls, and a sweet cotton candy topping with DQ’s famous vanilla soft serve ice cream and bright “galaxy” sprinkles, Space.com reported. The cool dessert will be available for a limited time at select DQ locations in the U.S.Explore the wonder of space and celebrate the Moon Landing’s 50th Anniversary with the all new #ZeroGravityBLIZZARD Treat– only here for a limited time and served upside down or the next one’s free.* Try one today! #HappyTastesGood pic.twitter.com/8Vqsxf9eXL— Dairy Queen (@DairyQueen) June 26, 2019Of course, DQ had to add some space fun to its new dessert: The DQ Zero Gravity Blizzard Treat is served to customers upside down, or the next one will be free.It’s the first day of summer and we’re flippin’ out #HappyTastesGood #FirstDayofSummer pic.twitter.com/PHpOKuHjvu— Dairy Queen (@DairyQueen) June 21, 2019DQ isn’t the only food chain to serve up “moon-themed” eats: Krispy Kreme is honoring the Apollo 11 anniversary with new doughnuts filled with cream, while Budweiser released a limited-edition brew that also pays tribute to America’s first trip to the lunar surface.More on Geek.com:Krispy Kreme Commemorates Apollo 11 Anniversary With New Filled DoughnutLimited-Edition Budweiser Brew Celebrates 50 Years Since Moon LandingNASA: Share Your Memories of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing Stay on target Elon Musk’s Cheeky ‘Nuke Mars!’ Post Is Taking Over TwitterA ‘Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge’-Themed Cookbook Is Coming This Fall last_img

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