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Oreo Blizzard Recipe (Dairy Queen Style)

This DQ Style Oreo Blizzard needs only 3 ingredients and results in a creamy, cool treat everyone adores. Whip it up in just 5 minutes.

Oreo Blizzard Recipe
Make your own Oreo Blizzards with only 3 ingredients.

Dairy Queen Style Oreo Blizzards

Many of you can relate to late night DQ runs back in the day. The Oreo Blizzard was and still is my all time favorite thing on the Dairy Queen menu.

Yeah, they now have grilled chicken salads and a whole slew of other current menu offerings. But my weakness will always be the good old Oreo Blizzard.

This DQ Style Oreo Blizzard is obviously a no brainer. It takes 3 ingredients and 5 minutes. If you’ve got a carton of ice cream and some leftover Oreo cookies, you’re in business…

Oreo Blizzard in a glass cup
Use your favorite vanilla bean ice cream to make Blizzards.

How to Make Oreo Blizzards

  • Get some of your very favorite vanilla bean ice cream. The better quality your ice cream, the better your Blizzard will taste.
  • Select 7 very lucky Oreo cookies. I realize 7 cookies sounds random, but we tried 6 and we tried 8. It turns out 7 was the magic number.
  • Add a bit of vanilla extract for a big boost of deliciousness. You already know it’s going to be incredible by now.
  • Important tip: you may need a double batch if you’ve got more than a couple of ice cream fans around.
Dairy Queen Oreo Blizzard Recipe
Homemade Oreo Blizzards are creamy, decadent, and SO worth it.

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Oreo Blizzard Recipe

DQ Style Oreo Blizzard Recipe (5-Minute)

4.80 from 5 ratings
This DQ Style Oreo Blizzard is creamy, decadent, and the ultimate warm weather treat. It's incredibly easy, fun, and worth every bite. 
Prep Time: 5 mins
Total Time: 5 mins
Servings: 4

Ingredients  

  • 2 cups vanilla bean ice cream
  • 7 Oreo cookies
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • Optional: Extra Oreo cookies for garnish

Instructions

  • Blend: Be sure your ice cream is fully frozen before starting. Press ice cream to the bottom of a heavy duty blender. Blend a few seconds, scraping sides down if needed; blend just until ice cream is creamy and smooth, but don't overdo it. 
  • Pulse: Press Oreo cookies into the ice cream; add vanilla extract. Pulse a few times until crumbs are mixed in, to your liking.
  • Serve: Divide into individual glasses and serve immediately. Garnish with additional cookies, if desired.

Notes

Much of the blending time will have to be done by eye, as every blender and ice cream brand is different. Take care not to over-blend. 
Feel free to switch up your add-ins. Try M&M's, frozen blueberries or strawberries, frozen cookie dough, or leftover brownies.
As for a heavy duty blender, This Ninja is what I've used for years to make Blizzards and smoothies.  

Nutrition

Calories: 262kcal | Carbohydrates: 33.4g | Protein: 3.4g | Fat: 12.5g | Saturated Fat: 5.2g | Cholesterol: 33.4mg | Sodium: 143.4mg | Fiber: 0.5g | Sugar: 24.9g
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Method: Mixing

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24 comments

    • anonymus

    hola hice una ventisca de oreo

    • Michael
    • 5 stars

    I found it difficult to blend the ice cream for some reason, but it turned out great if not better than DQ. I added a little chocolate syrup.

      • chewoutloud

      So glad it turned out great for you!

    • Glenda
    • 5 stars

    Can’t wait to make a mint one that cost almost $15 for 3 smalls at DQ. My sin saw the commercial for the girl scout cookie flavor.

      • chewoutloud

      This will cost you way less! 🙂

    • Jasmine Martin

    This looks so good. I am definitely going to have to make this. I love the Oreo blizzard!

      • chewoutloud

      Same, it’s my fave!

    • Ruth
    • 5 stars

    I made this with bluebell homemade vanilla ice cream, oreo double stuff cookies and Happy Home clear vanilla flavoring and I tell you it was awesome!!!!!!

      • chewoutloud

      So happy you all enjoyed this!

    • Anne
    • 4 stars

    Awesome copycat of a McFlurry….. kids loved it…. well me too … thx

      • chewoutloud

      Thanks, Anne! We love it here, too 🙂 🙂 Fun for summer!

    • Julia

    Beware overheating your blender!

    • Annabelle

    Yum looks delicious! Will definitely have to try this

    • Jithin

    Wow…Looks delicious. Am gonna try it at home. Will be great for summer. Thanks for sharing.

    • Jenn Mitchell (@comebackmomma)

    My daughter would DIE for this treat! What a fun recipe for summer!

      • chewoutloud

      LOL, my boys do flip when I break this out for them! 😉

    • ilke

    ıts look delicious. I want it 🙂

      • chewoutloud

      Glad you like it!

    • Keeping Up With Candy

    Oh my goodness Honey, you’ve got me wanting an Oreo shake now and it is WAYYY too early for one. Oreo shakes/blizzards are my favorite of them all. This looks really amazing! Guess I’ll be making one later this evening!

      • chewoutloud

      I got you, Candy…I could eat this before lunch, too! It’s milk, right?

    • Nati

    I know it will sound terrible, but I don’t like oreo cookies… there I said it! But I can totally picture my own version with other kind of chocolate cookies!

      • chewoutloud

      LOL, Nati! Yes’m you can absolutely use whatever add ins you like

    • Pammy

    Already drooling over these delicious desserts! Thanks for sharing the Oreo recipe! <3

      • chewoutloud

      You’re so welcome

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