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Christmas M&M's Delights at Dairy Queen

Christmas is definitely in the air as Dairy Queen introduces its special Christmas Blizzard treats: your favorite creamy DQ soft serve with M&M's Red and Green.


These mouthwatering M&M's flavors are Double Fudge, Strawberry Banana, and Pistachio. Of course, these are all mixed with red and green M&M's.


Binibing Pilipinas beauties graced the exclusive launched last November 16 at The Oasis- the first and only open-air floating garden restaurant located in Gateway Mall, Araneta Center.


The Christmas M&M's Blizzard are available from November 15 to January 16, 2017 in all participating Dairy Queen stores. Of course, aside from our favorite Blizzard, there's also the Christmas Dilly Bars.


And to spread the love and cheer this Christmas, there's also the Santa Reindeer Ice Cream Cake that's available at participating DQ stores. This yummy ice cream cake is bound to be a sure hit at Christmas parties and even on Noche Buena.




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