Dairy Queen has been supplying brain-freezes for a long, long time. The company is a leading franchisor of frozen treat stores with more than 5,900 quick-service restaurants, most of which operate under the Dairy Queen banner. Popular DQ ice cream treats include Blizzards, sundaes, and cones. Many of the stores also serve burgers, fries, and other items. In addition to its flagship chain, has about 700 Orange Julius locations offering blended fruit drinks and a small number of Karmelkorn stands that feature popcorn snacks.

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Turtle Waffle Bowl Sundae




Vanilla soft serve inside a waffle bowl coated in chocolate covered with caramel topping and pecans.


TURTLE WAFFLE BOWL SUNDAE
Dairy Queen Copycat Recipe

store bought waffle cones
Magic Shell chocolate sauce
vanilla ice cream
milk
caramel ice cream topping
chopped pecans

To make the soft serve:  Decide how many sundaes you want to make and put the desired amount of ice cream needed into a bowl.  Allow this to sit out on the counter top to thaw for 10 - 15 minutes.  Add a small amount of milk to the ice cream and stir until you get the right consistency.

Chocolate coat the bowls:  Smucker's makes a product call Magic Shell which magically hardens to whatever you put it on.  All you have to do is drizzle it onto the waffle cones and it dry in seconds.

Assembly:  Put your ice cream into to prepared waffle bowls then top with caramel sauce and pecans.





Notes:  The Joy Cone company sells these waffle bowls nationwide and can be found at your local Walmart.  The Magic Shell and Caramel Sauce will be found in the ice cream toppings section.









The Magic Shell can also be used to make Dairy Queen Chocolate Coated Cones.


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