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.




Ice Cream Fondue

Cold Stone Creamery Copycat Recipe

1 quart of your favorite Cold Stone Creamery ice cream flavor
4 bottles SMUCKER’S Magic Shell Topping
toothpicks to serve

chocolate chips
sprinkles or crushed OREO cookies

Prechill a large cookie tray in the freezer for 20 to 30 minutes. Working quickly, so the ice cream doesn’t melt, use a melon ball scoop to make small round scoops of the ice cream and place them on the cookie tray. Insert a large sandwich  toothpick into the top of each of the ice cream balls.
Place tray in freezer to freeze firmly (about 1 to 2 hours).

In a medium  bowl, pour in 4 bottles of SMUCKER’S Magic Shell Topping (about 21 ounces.). Leave at room temperature. On a plate or in a bowl, spread out about 4 cups (per quart) of desired toppings.

To serve the fondue, take an ice cream ball by the toothpick and dunk it in the Magic Shell. Hold ball over the bowl to let any excess chocolate drip off and wait about 10 seconds for it to start to harden. Roll the ball in the toppings to cover. Makes 8 to 12 servings.

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