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Dairy Queens special cotton candy blizzard. Is it gluten free?

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So as most of you probably know, Dairy Queen has a small menu for us gluten free dieters. (I have celiacs myself.)  

But, while I was there yesterday, my boyfriend got the cotton candy blizzard. It's a limited time one I'm pretty sure so it's not on their perminent menu. So I was wondering what it was made out of? And also, is it gluten free? Have any of you had issues with it?

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4 hours ago, PurpleKhajiit said:

So as most of you probably know, Dairy Queen has a small menu for us gluten free dieters. (I have celiacs myself.)  

But, while I was there yesterday, my boyfriend got the cotton candy blizzard. It's a limited time one I'm pretty sure so it's not on their perminent menu. So I was wondering what it was made out of? And also, is it gluten free? Have any of you had issues with it?

I would say that none of the Blizzards are gluten-free at Dairy Queen as they use the same mixer without thoroughly washing it between flavors.  Some of the flavors have gluteny cookies in them that could still be stuck on the mixer.  

As a side note - I am extremely surprised that a "Super Sensitive" such as yourself would even consider eating anything at any restaurant, much less a fast food place.

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