Dairy Queen Is Making a Brand-New Pumpkin Cookie Butter Shake for Fall

We're FALLing for DQ's pumpkin treats!

We don’t know about you, but we’ve been indulging in Dairy Queen all season long thanks to the lineup of summer Blizzards. As much as we crave the Frosted Animal Cookie Blizzard, though, fall is right around the corner.

Move over, Starbucks, because Dairy Queen is getting the jump on fall with the debut of a brand-new pumpkin treat and a returning favorite. We’re ready to head to DQ.

It’s Like a PSL, But So Much Sweeter

You don’t have to wait long to get the first taste of fall, thanks to Dairy Queen. This year, the ice cream giant is bringing back the Pumpkin Pie Blizzard along with a new addition to the pumpkin-y roster—a Pumpkin Cookie Butter Shake! Both treats mix the pumpkin flavor we all crave into Dairy Queen’s vanilla soft serve for the perfect autumn sipper.

What’s the difference between the Dairy Queen pumpkin treats? The Pumpkin Pie Blizzard locks in the basic flavors of pumpkin and ice cream, whereas the Pumpkin Cookie Butter Shake amps it up with mixed-in cookie butter made from indulgent ground spice cookies. Both are topped with a decadent dollop of whipped cream.

Psst: Do you think butterscotch-dipped cones will be back at DQ this fall?

When Will DQ Have Pumpkin Treats?

The treats won’t be officially rolling out until August 31. Both treats will hit stores nationwide, and while we’re not sure how much these will go for, we imagine a medium will cost somewhere around $4, like most Dairy Queen Blizzards. The Pumpkin Pie Blizzard and the Pumpkin Cookie Butter Shake should be available in mini, small, medium and large—though we suggest a large if you really want a dose of spooky season early.

We’ll be lining up at the drive-thru for these DQ pumpkin treats! Will you?

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Laurie Dixon
Having a passion for writing her whole life, Laurie joined the Taste of Home team to bring together her two favorite things—creative writing and food. She spends most of her time playing with her dog, drafting up short stories and, of course, trying out new recipes.