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Can we have it?

I have heard both yes and no.

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Some of it we can....take a look on their website they have info on what is gluten free.

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I've checked the site too. However, I'd be careful about getting some gluten-free ice cream and having it topped with your favorite gluten-free topping. I remember going there before the girls were diagnosed and the spoon that scoops the oreos is sometimes the spoon that goes into the butterfinger toppings.

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I spoke to a nutritional rep from Dairy Queen and she reassured me that their vanilla and chocolate soft serve icecreams are gluten free.

Their Website: (Dairy Queen)

You can click that and go to Menus and Nutrition, then to Special Dietary Needs and that will give you a listing of the items we can have.

We can have the following (according to the website)

-Vanilla and chocolate soft serve

-Misty slush

-lemon Freez'r

-cherry-line freez'r

-DQ Fudge Bar

-DQ vanilla orange bar

-DQ vanilla fudge bar

-DQ raspberry vanilla bar

-Cherry, Grape and Lemon lime Starkiss Bars (only does not include the red, white and blue starkiss bars).

:rolleyes: I eat their icecream all the time, and top it with my gluten-free toppings at home just to be safe... and I feel great.

Hope this helps.

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I didn't realize that the Red, White, and Blue Star Kiss bars were not included in the gluten-free list. This concerns me. I have the Gluten Free Dining Guide and all it said was "Star Kiss" nothing about not including the Red, White, and Blue ones... My daughter loves the Star Kiss Bars, and had a Red, White, and Blue one last week. This explains why she's had a tummy ache for a week now. <_<:angry:

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How about milk shakes? And baskin robbins milk shakes?

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Thanks, are Diary Queen chocolate/vanilla shakes gluten-free?

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Thanks! THis is my first gluten-free summer and we often go to DQ!

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