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  • Location: Atlanta, GA
Blizzards! Sat, 07/29/06 11:20 PM (permalink)

Blended ice cream with mix-in or topping is called a Blizzard by Dairy Queen. What is that ice cream specialty called at other ice cream shops? It is a flurry? a Shiver? a Freeze? a Concrete? A Blast? What should I call it????

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    RE: Blizzards! Sun, 07/30/06 12:52 AM (permalink)
    I don't believe there's any set name for ice cream blended with a topping. The names vary from place to place. I guess the basic name would be a 'Parfait'. If you're asking because you have your own shop and need a name for that speciality, try something creative. If you're just curious to know, again, it depends where you are.

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      RE: Blizzards! Sun, 07/30/06 1:11 AM (permalink)
      Maybe you could call it a Jumble, a Tornado, a Hodgepodge, a Scramble, a Chaos, a Pandemonium or a Creamy Confusion.

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        RE: Blizzards! Sun, 07/30/06 5:38 PM (permalink)

        Yes, I have an ice cream shop and I think I am going for a "Shiver" as the name. By the way, a Parfait is actually a french dessert consists of multiple of layers of ice cream with fruit topping or nuts served in a special parfait cup.
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