Dairy Queen’s new ‘Jurassic World’-themed Blizzard has massive pieces of candy mixed in

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Do you think dinosaurs would dig ice cream? Probably, at least if the ice cream in question was Dairy Queen’s new Jurassic Park-themed Blizzard.

The treat, dubbed the Jurassic Chomp Blizzard, comes in anticipation of this summer’s blockbuster sequel “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.” The movie, which sees “Jurassic World” stars ‎Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard teaming up again, hits theaters on June 22.

So what’s in a Jurassic Chomp Blizzard? It’s made with creamy vanilla soft serve and has “colossal” chocolate-dipped peanut-butter bites, which Dairy Queen says are its largest pieces of mix-in candy ever! Then, it’s all blended with fudge topping.

Sounds good enough to tempt even a leaf-eating brontosaurus!

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The Jurassic Chomp Blizzard is part of Dairy Queen’s Summer Blizzard Menu.

Also on the new menu is the Summer Berry Cheesecake Blizzard, which is made with vanilla soft serve, cheesecake pieces and real summer fruits such as raspberries, blackberries and blueberries, as well as a Twix Blizzard, which is made with vanilla soft serve, Twix cookie bar pieces and caramel topping.

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The new summer menu also brings back a couple classic Blizzards, due to popular demand. The S’mores Blizzard and Cotton Candy Blizzard are back!

What’s your go-to Blizzard at Dairy Queen?

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